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Blood On The Border
Posted by: Danette Robinette (ID *****6893) Date: June 11, 2009 at 18:44:57
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I have finally completed my book entitled "Blood On The Border!" It is the culmination of almost 20 years of research and explores the blood feud that occured in the 1880's in Carroll County, Arkansas and Stone County, Missouri. This feud engulfed many families in the Arkansas/Missouri border and has been called by the "Ambrose/Terry Feud"; "The Terry/Ambrose War"; and "The Ambrose/Terry/Waggoner Feud." Although these were some of the prominent names involved, many, many more residents of the area were drawn into the conflict. Some of the family names mentioned in the book are: Morris, Davis, Williams, Peters, Mitchell, Denney, Karnes, Wilder, etc. This book is over 300 pages in length and includes actual court documents and numerous photographs of those involved as well as photos of the actual sites of some of the battles.

I hope that people find this book entertaining and enlightening. I know I enjoyed the years of research and the wonderful people I have met through this endeavor.

The cost for the book is $29.95 + $3.50 shipping and handling. If anyone is interested, you can email me at or and will give you more information.

I look forward to hearing from you!

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