The Battle of Kirksville

Union

The Fallen Union Identified

Soldiers:
Killed or DOW (Died Of Wounds)
     Asbury
     Bush
     Cookwell
     Ferguson
     Huber
     Itstein
     Mayne
     Mead
     Perkins
     Witham

Other:
    
Sweikert

Wounded - Coming Soon

Confederate

Confederate Memorials

Soldiers:
Killed or DOW - Coming Soon
Executed - Coming Soon
Wounded - Coming Soon

Poter's Retreat from Kirksville

Official Reports

Newspaper Articles:
Anzieger-St Louis
Burlington Daily Hawk-Eye
Canton Press
Davenport Daily Democrat and News
Davenport Daily Gazette
Liberty Tribune - Clay County
Macon Gazette
Missouri Republican - St Louis
Quincy Herald
Quincy Whig
Rolla Express
 St Louis Daily Missouri Democrat
Missouri Statesman-Columbia   
Kirksville Journal St. Louis, Mo. August 4, 1887
Kirksville Daily Express 1912   

Kirksville Daily Express July 2002

Pictures:
Battle of Kirksville painting. It is a copy from an original oil painting by Prof. Allen T. Towne of the Kirksville Normal School Facility.
Adair Courthouse -  from 1852 to 1865.
The original Adair Court House,  burned down in 1865.  To see more pictures of the Adair Courthouse, (coming soon) click here. 
General McNeil
Parcell's Place
William T. Baird's Home
Dr Dickinson's Letter   

HISTORY OF MONROE, SHELBY, and MARION COUNTIES, MISSOURI

Scotland County History

Outside Links

Thanks again Craig, for all the work you have done on the Battle of Kirksville. 

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