A classic image from Zazzle's extensive collection of over 3,200 panoramic photographs, depicting iconic scenes from all fifty states. This commemorative poster print features a reproduction of an original panoramic photograph of survivors of the Civil War's worst civilian massacre, taken in 1913. Prior to the war, Lawrence was the unofficial Free State Capital, a liberal bastion in the territory. Just months before the Civil War. A band of about 500 guerillas, led by rebel leader William Quantrill, then stormed Lawrence in 1863 and slaughtered one hundred fifty men and boys.