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Artistic interpretations of Quantrill's Raid

Lawrence massacre-inspired artwork ranges from thoroughly researched historical representations to juxtaposition of characters from the day into modern scenes. In nearly all interpretations, mayhem, blood and fire reign supreme. Take a look at this gallery of different artistic depictions of Quantrill's Raid.

Image courtesy of KansasMemory.org, Kansas State Historical Society. Quantrill's Raid on Lawrence, pencil on wood pulp paper, by Sherman Bronson Enderton, circa 1868-1880. Enderton was a private in Company E, 11th Kansas Volunteer Cavalry, during the Civil War.

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