the people of a less haughty spirit than in Missouri
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wone when he marched the Kansas brigade through Missouri to join General Fremont's army at Springfieldsatisfaction to the two political factions in Missouri.
The people of Missouri and Kansas, I thiMissouri and Kansas, I think, as a general thing, feel kindly towards General Curtis since he won the great battle of Pea Ridgthe noncombatant classes of this state, as in Missouri.
This may be due to the fact that — there was much less wealth and luxury here than in Missouri before the war. We nowhere see in this section fbeen seen in most of the western counties of Missouri a few years ago. The people of Missouri, withMissouri, with their slave labor and abundance of everything, acted as if they felt their superiority to the peoplur detachments which have just come down from Missouri and Kansas, say that the season is nearly twoxas, is the leader of the party.
He lived in Missouri at the breaking out of the war, and moved to