217 N Main St
Independence, MO 64050
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The Marshall's home is prominent on Main Street, with the two-story 1859 Jackson County Jail, its barred windows, and double iron doors adjoined in the rear. The museum features exhibits on Civil War and border warfare, frontier justice, the James Gang and artifacts from the westward migration on the trails. Also on display are artifacts of Kansas City's Priests of Pallas Ball.
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