The James Boys in Missouri

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Links:  
1. When The James Boys Rode
2. Jesse James - Wikipedia
3. St. Joseph History - Jesse James
4. Jesse James Farm
5. Jesse James Biography

6. Frank James - Wikipedia
7. Frank James : Biography
8. Outlaw Frank James born in Missouri History.com
9. Frank James . Jesse James . WGBH American Experience | PBS
10. Frank and Jesse James Family Outline

11. Pinkertons maim Frank and Jesse James' mother History.com
12. Missouri Digital Heritage: Frank & Jesse James Court Documents
13. Zerelda James - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

14. Jesse James - Missouri Attractions
15. Kearney, Missouri - Wikipedia
Photos:    
1859 Marshal's House and Jail
Archie Samuel Grave
Bloody Bill Anderson
Civil War in Independence
Clay County Savings Bank
Dimmitt Home
Dr. Reuben Samuel Grave
Frank James's Cell
General Thomas Ewing   2
George Caleb Bingham     Home
Glendale & Alton Train Robbery
Henry Clay
James Family Farm   2
Jesse James Grave
Mount Olivet Cemetery

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Richmond Cemetery
Robert "Bob" Ford Grave
William Clarke Quantrill
William Jewel College
Zerelda James Grave
Zerelda Samuel Grave
     

(October 2011) Enlarge The James Family Farm - Kearney, Missouri
 
The house started with the purchase of the 1822 log cabin by Jesse and Frank's father, Robert, in 1845. Their mother, Zerelda, bought the addition from Sears as a kit in 1893. Frank was born at his grandparents' farm in 1843. Jesse was born in the log cabin in 1847 and a sister, Susan, was born here in 1849

Links
1. Jesse James Farm

2. Jesse James - The State Historical Society of Missouri
3. Jesse James Farm & Museum - Clay County, Missouri
4. City of Kearney, MO - Official Website
5. Kearney, Missouri - Wikipedia

6. Clay County, Missouri - Wikipedia

 

(October 2011) Enlarge Reconstructed Slave Cabin

Links
1. Slavery in Clay County, Missouri
2. African American Walking Tour

3. African-American Family History Research-Missouri

     

(October 2011) Enlarge Slave Cabin interpretive sign

 

(October 2011) Enlarge The Smokehouse and Carriage House

      

(October 2011) Enlarge The Plow and Jesse's experience

 

(October 2011) Enlarge The 1822 cabin exposed beneath the siding

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