The QSCR 's goal to educate and lend a hand to teachers and educators is further enhanced by the many lesson plan and curriculum books and guides that are provided within the collection. It is the purpose of these many resources to allow teachers to convert or adapt the many known Civil War events specifically to the Kansas-Missouri border war events and people. For example, instead of asking and researching how Atlanta was rebuilt after Sherman's raid, how was Lawrence, Kansas rebuilt after Quantrill's raid?


















* "The Great Courses: The American Civil War (Parts 1-4 on 24 cassette tapes)" by Gary W. Gallagher
* "Rifles for Watie" by Harold Keith
* "The 50 Greatest Letters from America's Wars" by David Lowenherz
* "Across Five Aprils" by Irene Hunt
* "Guide for using Across Five Aprils" by Dona Herweck Rice
* "The Civil War Sourcebook" by Phillip Katcher

* "Chart History of the Civil War 1861-1865" by J. W. Gibson
* "20 Good Reasons to Study the Civil War" by John Waugh
* "Homework Helpers: U.S. History (1492-1865)" by Ron Olsen
* "Civil War Films for Teachers & Historians" by William B. Russell III
* "Great Civil War Projects You Can Build Yourself" by Maxine Anderson
* "Hey! History Isn't Boring Anymore!" by Kelly Butterbaugh
* "Guide to Genealogy Research in the National Archives"
* "All In One Teaching Resources: Crisis, Civil War and Reconstruction (1846-1877)" by Prentice Hall
* "The Civil War: A Scholastic curriculum guide" by Linda Beech
* "Legacies of the Civil War: Blood and Ashes" by Johnson County, Kansas Public Library
* "American Kids in History: Pioneer Days" by David King
* "Teaching the Civil War with the Internet: Grades 4-12" by Michael D. Headings
* "Outlines & Highlights for This Terrible War: The Civil War and it's Aftermath" by Michael Fellman, Lesley Gordon and Daniel Sutherland
* "The American Civil War" with six (6) overhead sheets
* "Read Aloud Plays: Civil War (Five (5) Short Plays)" by Timothy Nolan
* "Story Starters on the Civil War / Old West" by Steven Henrich & Jean Henrich
* "The Civil War Telecourse Student Guide" by Ken Burns
* "The Civil War - II 1863-1865" by The Milliken Company
* "Civil War: The War Between the States (Social Studies Activity Book)" by George Lee & Roger Gaston
* "Civil War Thematic Unit: 5-8 Grades" by Teacher Created Resources
* "Multimedia CD: The Civil War (with one (1) CD)" by Teacher Created Resources
* "History Pockets: The American Civil War, Grades 4-6" by Evan-Moor
* "Eyewitness: Civil War" by John Stanchak
* "Spotlight on America: Civil War (4-8 Grades)" by Teacher Created Resource
* "Civil War for Kids: A History with 21 Activities" by Janis Herbert
* "Civil War (Primary Sources Teaching Kit, Grades 4-8)" by Karen Baicker
* "Easy Simulations: Civil War, A Complete Tool Kit......" by Tim Bailey
* "The Boys War" by Jim Murphy

NOTE: Some of these titles have more than one copy

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