After the war Charles Fletcher Taylor spoke publicly about his guerrilla experience, wrote letters, gave interviews, and etc. Since he was also a businesss owner and legislator, the media enjoyed getting his views and Taylor enjoyed talking about his war adventures.
My sources for his legislature service are:
Donald Hale, "We Rode With Quantrill," Clinton, MO: The Printery, 1974, 149-150 (citing newspaper interviews, it appears);
F. A. North "The History of Jasper County, Missouri," Des Moines, Iowa: Mills and Company, 1883, reprinted in Duenweg, Missouri by Jasper County Missouri Historical Society, 1979, 591-2.
Since Taylor was such a public personality, I'm sure there are other sources, but these are mine.
Does that clear it up?