Union Men and Their Sufferings in North-Western Missouri

Title: Union Men and Their Sufferings in North-Western Missouri
Alternate title: Union Men and Their Sufferings in North-Western Missouri. The Remedy. Secrets of Rebels Exposed.
Creator: J.M. Bassett
Description: This 1864 pamphlet, entitled “Union Men and Their Sufferings in North-Western Missouri,” was written by Major J.M. Bassett, former Provost Marshal-General of the Northwest District of Missouri. Bassett provides a “glance at the history of the Rebellion in Northwest Missouri,” admitting “it may be that my hatred for rebels is too intense, my sympathy for loyal men too strong, to make every sentence I write acceptable to all.” The pamphlet, which features several black-and-white illustrations, was published by the Press of Wynkcop, Hallenbeck, and Thomas in New York, with proceeds from its sale given to The Ladies’ Aid Society of St. Joseph, Missouri.
Date original: 1864
Owning organization: St. Joseph Public Library
Document Type: pamphlet
Publication Statement: "Union men and their sufferings in Northwestern Missouri," 1864
Organization location: For more information on using this image, contact the St. Joseph Public Library at: 927 Felix Street, St. Joseph, MO 64501, Phone: (816)232-8151, E-mail: cstuck@sjpl.lib.mo.us Publication, commercial use, or reproduction of this image or the accompanying data requires prior written permission from the St. Joseph Public Library. Use of this image also requires that credit be given to the St. Joseph Public Library.
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