Library Journal - Library Journal``Superbly researched in all of the appropriate archives, personal papers, and secondary sources, this is a well-written account of the genesis, organization, activities, and corporate character of the famous Seventh Kansas Volunteer Cavalry of the Union Army'' (LJ 7/74). The text profiles such individuals as Jennison, John Brown Jr., and ``Buffalo Bill'' Cody, among others, who looted and pillaged their way across Kansas. A fine addition to Civil War collections.
- Louisiana State University Press
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