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"The Narrows" at Black Jack, KS
Located 3 miles east of Baldwin City, Kansas (history by Jensen)

Looking at ruts near Black Jack

Ruts are visible and marked in the field behind Black Jack Park

Also see: the Ivan Boyd Prairie Preserve (L.H. Nelson)

Friends of the Battle of Black Jack (1856)

The Civil War Began in Kansas 80 Years Ago, by Harold C. Place (see the Battle of Black Jack

DUTCH HENRY'S CROSSING, BLACK JACK, AND OSAWATOMIE. (Chapter 8 from Kansas: The Prelude to the War for the Union by Leverett Wilson Spring)

The Pottawatomie Killings - It is Established Beyond Controversy That John Brown Was the Leader. Statement of James Townsley.

Black Jack & Old Black Jack Cemeteries. Town of Black Jack platted 1 m. northwest in 1858. Black Jack was P.O. 1858-95, Algernon F. Powell, postmaster. USGS Edgerton Quad. (KPO p. 13 & 177) (from Emigrant Graves and Cemeteries, by Morris W. Werner

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