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Lyon allied himself with Missouri Congressman Frank Blair and anti-slavery German immigrants in St. State Guard authorities also worked to manage the large numbers of volunteers who flooded into Jefferson City to protect the state capitol from Federal attack that Jackson's supporters believed were imminent. A semi-formal truce was negotiated between General William S.
Four battles were fought at Boonville during the Civil War: the first battle forms the main subject of this article, while the others are described below under other battles at Boonville.
At the onset of the Civil War, Missouri, like many border states in the Union, was deeply divided over whether to support the United States under Abraham Lincoln, or join the nascent Confederacy under Jefferson Davis. Jackson, the pro-Southern governor, wanted his state to secede, but Missouri's overall sentiment was initially neutral.
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