Marais des Cygnes massacre
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The Marais des Cygnes massacre (/
Hamilton and his gang returned to Missouri. Only one man was ever prosecuted for the crime. William Griffith of Bates County, Missouri, was arrested in the spring of 1863 and hanged on October 30 of that year. Charles Hamilton returned to Georgia, where he died in 1880.
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- Kansas State Historical Society: Marais Massacre
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