The Quantrill Reunion is a tradition that dates back to 1898 when, at the call of Frank James, some 37 or 38 veterans of Quantrills command met at BlueSprings for a day of remembering their part in the local civil war.


To this day, The William Clarke Quantrill Society conducts an annual Quantrill Reunion usually in the fall of the year. A popular part of these annual reunions has been historical bus tours of sites associated with Quantrill and his men.


All have been well attended and well appreciated.

 We have an unwavering philosophy of caring for the past.


We respect and preserve as much original information as possible. 

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AND THE PRESERVATION OF RELATED HISTORY

Reunions & photographs

Preservingour history is what we are about

Travel back in time as you are taken to some of the most forgotten places in history today. Become immersed in the stories of the past, walk the hallowed ground, hear for the first time, tales of bravery and honor.

Become a member of the William Clarke Quantrill Society and never miss out!

Reunion& remembrance

The William Clarke Quantrill Society, Inc. is a Missouri Not-for-Profit corporation dedicated to the study of the Border War and the War of Northern Aggression on the Missouri-Kansas border with an emphasis on the lives of Quantrill, his men, his supporters, his adversaries, and the resulting historical record.


We also collect and disseminate genealogical information about Quantrill, his men and their descendents.