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They called him Bloody Bill

Donald R. Hale

They called him Bloody Bill

the life of William Anderson, Missouri guerrilla

by Donald R. Hale

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Published by Printery] in [Clinton, Mo .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • West (U.S.),
  • Missouri
    • Subjects:
    • Anderson, William T.,
    • Quantrill, William Clarke, 1837-1865.,
    • Guerrillas -- Missouri -- Biography.,
    • Soldiers -- Missouri -- Biography.,
    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Underground movements.,
    • West (U.S.) -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Underground movements.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementby Donald R. Hale.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE470.45.A53 H35 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 122, 12 p. :
      Number of Pages122
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1477427M
      LC Control Number93142935

      -William T. Anderson, They called him Bloody Bill Attachment Brutal men in brutal times. There had existed on bloody Missouri border, a state of open warfare, long before the actual United states Civil War began. It began around Belligerents from Kansas Territory and Missouri duked it out. They call me Bloody Bill." With this line the legend was re-born for an entire generation of Americans. Anderson is the subject of numerous books and a character based on him appears in the Clint Eastwood movie The Outlaw Josey Wales. Further Highlights of the auction include, but are not limited to: "The Union Is Dissolved!".

      9. Bloody Bill His parents didn’t name him that. When they had him in , they called him William T. Anderson. Bill, as he preferred, worked on the Confederate side of the Civil War. He was a leader of the Quantrill’s Raiders, a band of guerrillas who went rotten. His band targeted Union loyalists in Missouri and Kansas. In September , in Centralia, Missouri, Bill’s band . long patrol to search out people or things. The “Bloody Scout” was a campaign of assassina-tion and revenge that lasted several months in It was conducted by a Loyalist Regiment commanded by William Cunningham who was also known as “Bloody Bill”. This group com-mitted massacres and murders throughout the state of South Carolina.

      THEY CALLED HIM WILD BILL By: Phillip E. Bayston On all multiple items after the first, you will receive a 10% discount. Postage will be combined and. "I asked him one time, 'Dad, how come some of these people call you Bloody Bill?' and he just sort of laughed and then he said, 'That wasn't my blood they were talking about.' He was a noted fighter as he grew up." Mickey began writing the page book soon after his father's death in and it took him basically two years to complete it.


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Hale (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Donald R. Hale. They called him Bloody Bill: the life of William Anderson, Missouri guerrilla.

[Donald R Hale] -- Shortly after the Civil War began, all over Missouri the Southern sympathizers organized into guerrilla bands to oppose the Federal occupation forces.

They called him Bloody Bill — First published in Subjects Biography, Guerrillas, History, Soldiers, Underground movements, United States Civil War,West (U.S.) Civil War, Pages: Bibliographic information.

Title. They Called Him Bloody Bill: The Life of William Anderson, Missouri Guerrilla. Author. Donald R. Hale. Publisher. Printery, Original from. They called him Bloody Bill by Donald R. Hale; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Biography, Guerrillas, History, Soldiers, Underground movements, United.

This may help as far as relatives of Bloody Bill Anderson,who was William on born ,son of William Anderson and Martha Thomasson. They may be found on the Census of Randolph County,MO. and also on the Agnes City Census of Kansas in Excerpt from the book "They Called him BLOODY BILL" by Donald copyrite This tragedy drove Anderson to the acts that earned him the moniker "Bloody Bill." Quantrill was known to spare numerous men, yet "Bloody Bill" never showed any mercy.

Anderson carried a silken cord which displayed a knot for each Yankee life he took. By the time of his death, it purportedly displayed 53 knots. “Bloody Bill” Anderson Born in Kentucky in before moving to Missouri and eventually living in Kansas when the Civil War started, Bill Anderson soon earned the nom de plume “Bloody Bill.” An unusual event made a guerrilla out of William Anderson.

His family had been living in Council Grove, Territory of Kansas at the start of the war. They called him Bloody Bill: The life of William Anderson, Missouri guerrilla by Donald R Hale Wildwood Boys: A Novel by James Carlos Blake Character description.

They called him Bloody Bill: the life of William Anderson, Missouri guerrilla. [Donald R Hale] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for # Blue & Grey Book Shoppe\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n wdrs. Bloody Bill’s what they call me.” For myriad Americans this laconic introduction, plucked from the opening moments of The Outlaw Josey Wales (), has constituted the first and only encounter with the figure Civil War historians and western enthusiasts know well as William “Bloody Bill” Anderson.

Bates, whose Indian name is believed to have been White Owl, along with Chickamauga Indians led by Dragging Canoe attacked and captured Gowen's Fort in Whites at the fort who were seized as prisoners are said to have given him the epitaph"Bloody Bill" because of his native skill in "Indian techniques of captivity and torture.".

The Last of the Quantrill's Raiders The Life, Times and Treacherous Death of Jesse James The Man Who Shot Quantrill The Outlaw Youngers: Confederate Brotherhood They Called Him Bloody Bill Three Years with Quantrill Warren Welch Remembers We Rode With Quantrill. There are several sworn expert witness statements to this affect.(The sworn statements are all listed in Donald R.

Hale's book,"They Called Him Bloody Bill". When the prison collapsed, Bill Anderson's 14 year old sister, Josephine was killed, 10 year old Jennie was injured and 16 year old Mary was badly wounded. bloody bill anderson was by far probably one of the most feared bushwacker in Missouri.

It was a completely different war in Missouri. Bloody bill went around killing and sluaghtering pro-unionist and sometimes pro southerners on mistake due to the fact him and his band wore federal jackets. They Called Him Bloody Bill. p (17) Kansas City Star.

Interview with Harvey C. (Harry) Hoffman. February (18)Cottrell, Steve & Steele, Phillip. Civil War in the Ozarks.

Pelician Publishing Co. Gretna. (19)Triplett, Frank. The Life and Times & Treacherous Death of Jesse James. Long Meadow Press. p First published inthis book focuses on guerrilla activity in Kansas and Missouri and features the notorious William Quantrill and "Bloody" Bill Anderson.

Buresh, Lumir F. October 25th and the Battle of Mine Creek. Kansas City, Mo.: Lowell Press, “Bloody Bill, Noted Guerrilla of the Civil War,” Trail Guide 1 (December ): 17–28; Castel, “They Called Him ‘Bloody Bill,’” Journal of the West 3 (April ): –42; Donald R.

Hale, They Called Him Bloody Bill: The Life of William Anderson, Missouri Guerrilla(N.P.: privately printed, ). The Hale publi. Castel, Albert & Thomas Goodrich, Bloody Bill Anderson, The Short, Savage Life of a Civil War Guerilla().

I've not read this yet, but both authors are excellent historians. From Donald Hale's book " They call him Bloody Bill" it stated that Cox had sent a Lt.

Baker to act as bait to lure Bill & his troops into an ambush. I have also read it was several Cavalry troopers, but that is another story. He would later be given the nickname “Bloody Bill” when he massacred 23 off-duty union soldiers. When Union forces came after him, “Bloody Bill” staged a successful ambush and killed another soldiers.

“Bloody” Bill Anderson – Confederate Fighter. The Bible is full of bloody and gruesome portrayals, many of which are carried out at what appears to be the direct command of God. One atheistic author has written an entire book about these many thousands of passages in the Bible in which God blesses, causes, commands, or sanctions violence against human beings (Steve Wells, Drunk with Blood: God’s Killings in .