- THE ACCURACY OF THE INFORMATION:
To avoid disappointment, the information in the Civil War Missouri Passport Book (Passport Book) should be confirmed before visiting each site by reviewing the website listed on the information page for each site, or by calling the site. The information published in the Passport Book was provided by the separate sites before the date of publication. After the date of publication, individual sites are responsible for maintaining accurate information concerning their facility on their website listed in their visitor information section of the Passport Book. They are also responsible for providing accurate information to visitors who call the phone number listed on that page. The maps in the Passport Book are only a representation of the information available to the Foundation concerning the local conditions that existed circa 1861 (Source: Lloyd’s Official Map of Missouri 1861, Library of Congress).
- FRY’S LYON FOUNDATION, INC. RESPONSIBILITY:
Fry’s Lyon Foundation, Inc. is responsible for accurately inserting the information provided by the sites before the date of publication. After the date of publication, advising the public of changes to what is in the Passport Book becomes the responsibility of the different sites through their website and phone number listed on the information page for their site.
- SAFETY OF VISITORS TRAVELERS, AND TOURISTS:
All users of the Civil War Missouri Passport Book should use caution when traveling to and from the listed sites and while visiting the sites. It is the visitor’s responsibility to always use caution and comply with all the local and federal driving rules. Fry’s Lyon Foundation, Inc. assumes no responsibility for any problems or accidents occurring while traveling to or visiting any site listed.
Do not use 1860 county maps for navigation; many roads and towns no longer exist. See below for a modern highway map.
* The term “site” refers to all of the locations listed in the Table of Contents under “Passport Site” of the passport book. When the term “site” is used it is used as a collective word, referring to each location separately and all of the locations at the same time. Each location listed is a separate and unique place, facility, sign, or activity.