One Summer In Arkansas

Author: Marcia Kemp Sterling
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ISBN: 0988376814
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This is a story of place, in the tradition of Southern fiction, with vivid images of Arkansas and the values of small-town life.

The Impact Of The Civil War And Reconstruction On Arkansas

Author: Carl H. Moneyhon
Publisher: University of Arkansas Press
ISBN: 9781557287359
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THIS HISTORY OF ARKANSAS DURING THE CRITICAL YEARS of 1 850
through 1 874 began in the summer of 1977 during an NEH Summer Teaching
Seminar with the late Bell I. Wiley at Emory University. That seminar provided me
with the opportunity to explore the literature on the interaction of war and society
and first work with some of the ideas that are a part of this book. In the intervening
years I have incurred many debts to individuals who encouraged and supported
this ...

Arkansas And The New South 1874 1929 P

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Publisher: University of Arkansas Press
ISBN: 9781610750288
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Bibliographic Essay A considerable amount of material has been published on
the history of Arkansas during the period considered by this study, but the topical
treatment is uneasy and weighted toward political works. There is no study of the
era that has attempted to ... For similar reactions in an earlier period see C. Fred
Williams, "The Bear State Image: Arkansas in the Nineteenth Century," AHQw (
Summer 1980): 99-111. Michael Dougan, Arkansas Odyssey (Little Rock: Rose
Press, ...

Arkansas Made Photography Art

Author: Swannee Bennett
Publisher: University of Arkansas Press
ISBN: 9781557281838
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A photograph (figure Ph-29) of Arkansas Confederate Simeon McCown reflects
the popularity of such amenities, which remained an important part of the
photographers' art regardless of the photographic medium. When the Federal
forces began their conquest of Arkansas during the summer of 1863 at Helena,
numerous photographers recorded the subsequent events. Like their famous
eastern counterparts Matthew Brady and Alexander Gardner, they followed the
advancing Union ...

Summer Of My German Soldier

Author: Bette Bette Greene
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1453225854
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This ebook features an illustrated biography of Bette Greene including rare photos and never-before-seen documents from the author’s personal collection.

Lawrence Co Ar

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Publisher: Turner Publishing Company
ISBN: 9781563117534
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Later, he attended at Black Rock and was in the graduating class of 1932. ln the
summer of 1932, he met Syble, who was here with her parents, Homer and Annie
Boatenhammer Casper of Wauchula, Florida. They were visiting her
grandparents, Jake and Emma Casper of Lynn. Dennis and Syble fell in love.
She returned to finish her last year of high school, to return again the following
summer to once again visit relatives. Syble had lived her younger years in
Arkansas and attended ...

Arkansas Birds Thier Distribution And Abundance C

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Publisher: University of Arkansas Press
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As many as five have been reported on the Christmas Count at Arkadelphia (
DeGray Lake), and a similar number has been reported on Beaver Lake in the
western Ozarks. However, in some years the numbers are low: only three were
reported on the Christmas Bird Count statewide in 1984. The distinctive calls of
these birds are sometimes heard during winter in Arkansas. spring and summer:
Small numbers of Common Loons are present until the last regular spring date,
often in the ...

Indian Summer

Author: Samuel F. Pickering
Publisher: University of Missouri Press
ISBN: 9780826264817
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In January I won a fellowship to attend the Writers' Colony at Dairy Hollow in
Eureka Springs, Arkansas. The fellowship paid for a month's room and board. In
March I ate lunch with a poet who had grown up in southwest Missouri, thirty
miles from Eureka Springs. She spent her honeymoon at the Crescent Hotel in
Eureka. “When I told mother where Jake and I were going, she burst into tears,”
the poet re- counted, “and said, 'I had hoped for so much more for you.'” Twenty-
ive years had ...

An Arkansas History For Young People

Author: T. Harri Baker
Publisher: University of Arkansas Press
ISBN: 9781557287236
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Revered as "The Dean of American Negro Composers," William Grant Still's
music transcended mere labels. He developed a primal understanding of blues,
rhythms, and spirituals, and raised them to classical heights. Wireless: Arkansas'
Radio Magazine: Women in Arkansas. Audiocassette, 30 inin. This program
explores the past, present, and future of women in Arkansas, focusing on the
economic and political roles of women. FICTION Summer's End. VHS, 30 min.
This is a story of ...

Windchill Summer

Author: Norris Church Mailer
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 0375505725
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It was a great car—still painted its original green, and it had a radio that worked
and a heater that blew full blast all the time, summer and winter, although in an
Arkansas summer the car's heater felt cool compared to the air outside. Baby had
one just like it—same color, same year: '56. What is really freaky is that we got
them on the same day, and neither of us knew the other one had it until we talked
on the phone that night. I almost think sometimes that we were twins in a previous
life, ...