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Contains names of crew and mentions previous vessel name as being Bark Zoe. The free-soil settlers asked for guns for themselves, and the Massachusetts Emigrant Aid Company promptly began smuggling Sharps Rifles to Kansas. (The Company falsely claimed that while some of its members might be sending rifles, the armament program was not officially run by the Company.) The Sharps were high-tech rifles, incorporating the new breech loading design (as opposed to loading from the muzzle). (310) The rifles did their job and rapidly evened the balance of power in Kansas.

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Publisher: Children's Press(CT) (September 1, 2005)

ISBN: 0516251295

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