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" The suffering that followed the women and children is indescribable. They had to drive their own teams, take care of the little ones, travel through the storms, exposed to it all without a man to help them, nor could they hear a single word of comfort... "
A History of Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas: Being an Account of ... - Page 88
by William Monks - 1907 - 247 pages
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The First Two Years of Kansas, Or, Where, when and how the Missouri ...

George Washington Martin - Kansas - 1907 - 30 pages
...did n't leave, they would be forced to do so, if they had to arrest them and carry them out. . . . The suffering that followed the women and children...drive their own teams, take care of the little ones, and travel through storms, exposed to all without a man to help them. On reaching the federal lines...
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Quantrill and the border wars

William Elsey Connelley - History - 1909 - 542 pages
...taking all classes of property that they might see proper to take, without any restraint whatever. The suffering that followed the women and children...shelter were soon filled, and they were known and styled as refugees. Many of them went into soldier huts, where the soldiers had wintered and covered the tops...
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