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Feather Duster of Death for Jesse James

Feather Duster of Death for Jesse James

“The Deserter’s fate.” A Union deserter executed by firing squad is posed on his coffin as a line of Union soldiers pose in the background, c. 1861.

“The Deserter’s fate.” A Union deserter executed by firing squad is posed on his coffin as a line of Union soldiers pose in the background, c. 1861.

Confederate Guerilla. Caption Reads "John Nichols Executed at Jefferson City, Mo. Oct. 30th, 1863"

Confederate Guerilla. Caption Reads "John Nichols Executed at Jefferson City, Mo. Oct. 30th, 1863"

A photo of John L. Burns, a veteran of the War of 1812, sitting in the rocking chair outside of his cottage, with gun and crutches nearby.

A photo of John L. Burns, a veteran of the War of 1812, sitting in the rocking chair outside of his cottage, with gun and crutches nearby.

Museum of the Confederacy, Appomattox, one of many Civil War treasures on display http://www.amazon.com/Journal-Cavalry-Bugler-Georgiann-Baldino/dp/0985912332

Museum of the Confederacy, Appomattox, one of many Civil War treasures on display http://www.amazon.com/Journal-Cavalry-Bugler-Georgiann-Baldino/dp/0985912332

Civil war uniform , worn by William francis Oakes . killed in battle 1864 . Blanket uniform by Andrew Delaney

Civil war uniform , worn by William francis Oakes . killed in battle 1864 . Blanket uniform by Andrew Delaney

JereMiah James May 2003 Great-grandson of Jesse W. James alias Jere Miah James

JereMiah James May 2003 Great-grandson of Jesse W. James alias Jere Miah James

Jim Cummings, 1866. He was James Robert Cummings of Clay County, Missouri, and a Confederate guerilla under William C. Quantrill. He was also a member of the Jesse James gang post war. My great great uncle.

Jim Cummings, 1866. He was James Robert Cummings of Clay County, Missouri, and a Confederate guerilla under William C. Quantrill. He was also a member of the Jesse James gang post war. My great great uncle.

A rare cabinet photo of Jesse James dressed as a Quantrill Guerilla, taken on July 10th, 1864.

A rare cabinet photo of Jesse James dressed as a Quantrill Guerilla, taken on July 10th, 1864.

This flag was dropped by one of Quantrill's Raiders during the Sept 7, 1862 raid on Olathe, KS. The article also calls into question the unsubstantiated stories about the black flag with the misspelled "QUANTRELL" emblazoned across it.

This flag was dropped by one of Quantrill's Raiders during the Sept 7, 1862 raid on Olathe, KS. The article also calls into question the unsubstantiated stories about the black flag with the misspelled "QUANTRELL" emblazoned across it.