This cemetery is the site of the celebrated Confederate cavalryman Gen. J.O. Shelby's heroic stand that saved Price's army. A large Confederate monument in the cemetery is surrounded by graves of the Confederate dead, including Shelby's.
Lecompton, Kansas | Artifacts on display in the museum include those from the 1856 Battle of Ft. Titus, the first "Bleeding Kansas" battle where deaths occurred between proslavery and free state combatants.
Kansas City, Missouri | The Battle of Westport, fought October 21-23, was the largest battle west of the Mississippi River and the decisive battle of Confederate Gen. Stirling Price's 1864 Missouri campaign.
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