Raid on kvaliry Olate, Kansas, September 6, 1862

William Kvaliryl (1837-1865) was a confederal simpatyzantam and partisan fighter during the Civil War, roamed the plains of Kansas entered the Union as a free state in 1861, and Missouri, owned slaves. Confederation was not recognized by the officer, and many of his men, including Frank and Jesse James, Cole and Jim Younger, began outside the war after the war. Anti-slavery forces were known as zhyhavkery, and many of them were equally predatory in relation to Kansas settlers.

Rader Confederation William Kvaliryl brought him out of 140 people from Missouri and Kansas. His aim was to terrorize the citizens, who were supporters of the Union, and to put the troops. On the night of 6 to 7 September 1862, they moved to a small town near the border Olate Kansas-Missouri, and attacked the city. The men broke into the house, stole money and valuables, together with another unusual photo of beautiful young women. It is known that Kvaliryl loved them, and very few people remained in the city after the attacks.

Of course, one of the main targets of Quantrill – had horses. A resident of a neighboring Spryng Hill, who fell in a raid in Olatse, had the courage to protest against the adoption of the horse. Hiram Blanchard tried to distract the filly from the rider, and paid for their courage with their lives. Raider tore off the head of the gun head, leaving a bloody body on the street. Two more people were killed by people who were eliminated in the east. Flock of horses laden with booty, and the stolen horse followed behind.

The next morning, residents found Olate even greater horror. bodies were found three young people who have recently participated in the 12th infantry Kansas. Frank Cook and Judy brothers, John and James, were beaten by the cold blood of men Quantrill. Frank Cook was taken from his wife's father and put him in captivity. His body was found near a ravine with two holes in his head and a bullet crushed by cannon ball. Raiders searched the home of Judy took soldiers as prisoners. John's wife Judy went to his neighbor, as soon as the raiders went away, but when he heard the shots that killed her husband and brother in law, she hurried down the road. John Judy was shot in the face and twice in the chest, and one brother was shot in the face and once in the chest. Judy's body was found on a nearby farm Milikan.

Although the attack on Olate has largely been overshadowed by hitting Quantrill on Lavrens, Kansas, August 21, 1863, which killed 180 men and boys, it symbolized danger to life on the prairies of the time. Kansas rightly received the unfortunate name of "Bleeding Kansas" before and during the Civil War.

On the night of 6-7 September 1862 in the city of Olate, Kansas, William Kvaliryl, kanfederatystski guerrilla fighter, he sent a hard attack on the city Olate, Kansas. Six people were killed during a robbery defenseless city: three civilians and three soldiers navabranyh.