|Since May 8, 2001
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|Lone Jack Historical Society
P.O Box 34
Lone Jack, MO 64070
Alinda M. Miller, President, Webmaster
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|The Lone Jack Historical Society's
mission is to support, protect, and
preserve the unique history of the
Lone Jack area. The primary focus is
on the Civil War Cemetery and
adjoining grounds, and the Civil War
Museum. The desire is to ensure the
future education of our children, to
go forward while remembering our
very important past.
|SCHEDULE FOR THE 151th LONE JACK
Battle of Lone Jack contains the article "Shot all to Pieces", Rosters, 1st hand
accounts, Obituaries and other battle and soldier related information.
History of Lone Jack contains Photos, Obituaries, Cemetery Records, 1860
Census and much more about the community of Lone Jack.
|The town of Lone Jack took
it's name from a lone Black
Jack Oak tree, which stood
where the present Soldier's
Cemetery is now located.
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