Arkansas Made Volume 1

1860, stoneware, 3 1/8 × 21/8 × 2 in.; 31/8 × 2 1/8 × 2 in.; 3 × 2 1/8×17/8 in., collection of Historic Arkansas Museum, Arkansas Made Gala Fund Purchase, 2016.18.4 During the Civil War, both Union and Confederate forces actively ...

Arkansas Made  Volume 1

"The second edition of Arkansas Made focuses on decorative, mechanical, and fine arts, continuing the Historic Arkansas Museum's mission to document, interpret and preserve the state's creative legacy. The Arkansas Made publications are part and parcel of this mission and of the museuem's exhaustive investigation into the history of the state's material culture past"--

Arkansas Made

ARKANSAS MADE A SURVEY OF THE DECORATIVE , MECHANICAL , AND FINE ARTS PRODUCED IN ARKANSAS THROUGH 1950 SECOND EDITION | VOLUME 1 | PHOTOGRAPHY AND FINE ART e SWANNEE BENNETT , JENNIFER CARMAN , AND WILLIAM B. WORTHEN , HISTORIC ...

Arkansas Made

"The second edition of Arkansas Made focuses on decorative, mechanical, and fine arts, continuing the Historic Arkansas Museum's mission to document, interpret and preserve the state's creative legacy. The Arkansas Made publications are part and parcel of this mission and of the museuem's exhaustive investigation into the history of the state's material culture past"--

Arkansas Made Photography art

In this second volume of Arkansas Made the authors have continued their artifactual and historical survey of the fine and decorative arts in Arkansas prior to 1871. While volume one focused entirely upon the considerable accomplishments ...

Arkansas Made  Photography  art

-- 1993 Award of Merit, American Association for State and Local History

Arkansas Forgotten Land of Plenty

See also: Josiah Shinn, Pioneers and Makers of Arkansas, 66–67. 23. Swannee Bennett and William B. Worthen, Arkansas Made—A Survey of the Decorative, Mechanical, and Fine Arts Produced in Arkansas 1819–1870, Vol. 1 (Fayetteville: ...

Arkansas  Forgotten Land of Plenty

In the first decades of the 1800s, white Americans entered the rugged lands of Arkansas, which they had little explored before. They established new towns and developed commercial enterprises alongside Native Americans indigenous to Arkansas and other tribes and nations that had relocated there from the East. This history is also the story of Arkansas's people, and is told through numerous biographies, highlighting early life in frontier Arkansas over a period of 200 years. The book provides a categorical look at commerce and portrays the social diversity represented by both prominent and common Arkansans--all grappling for success against extraordinary circumstances.

A History of the Ozarks Volume 1

J. L. Dickson, a partner in the successful mercantile firm of Stirman and Dickson in Fayetteville, Arkansas, made a three-month buying trip in the spring of 1855. The journey's most trying section, the nineday stagecoach ride up the ...

A History of the Ozarks  Volume 1

Geologic forces raised the Ozarks. Myth enshrouds these hills. Human beings shaped them and were shaped by them. The Ozarks reflect the epic tableau of the American people—the native Osage and would-be colonial conquerors, the determined settlers and on-the-make speculators, the endless labors of hardscrabble farmers and capitalism of visionary entrepreneurs. The Old Ozarks is the first volume of a monumental three-part history of the region and its inhabitants. Brooks Blevins begins in deep prehistory, charting how these highlands of granite, dolomite, and limestone came to exist. From there he turns to the political and economic motivations behind the eagerness of many peoples to possess the Ozarks. Blevins places these early proto-Ozarkers within the context of larger American history and the economic, social, and political forces that drove it forward. But he also tells the varied and colorful human stories that fill the region's storied past—and contribute to the powerful myths and misunderstandings that even today distort our views of the Ozarks' places and people. A sweeping history in the grand tradition, A History of the Ozarks, Volume 1: The Old Ozarks is essential reading for anyone who cares about the highland heart of America.

Ozark Country

( in Arkansas Made , vol . 1 , p . 13 ) . However , throughout the nineteenth and the first quarter of the twentieth centuries , rural residents of the Ozarks usually got their furniture from local craftsmen or made their own .

Ozark Country


Legislative Documents Comprising the Department and Other Reports Made to the Senate and House of Representatives of Pennsylvania During the Session of

1 vol . ( 5. ) EXCHANGES RECEIVED . Alabama : Reports of Cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of Alabama ... Montgomery , 1877 , Acts of Alabama , 1876-7 , Arkansas : Pomeroy , James M. The Constitution of the State of ...

Legislative Documents  Comprising the Department and Other Reports Made to the Senate and House of Representatives of Pennsylvania During the Session of


Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Upper Arkansas Planning Unit

Reference is made to that in Volume 1 , on page 8 , but I think more could be said relative to the obo taining of riprap for Mt. Elbert Forebay from one common source , and the specific plans which were finalized for Land Use around ...

Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Upper Arkansas Planning Unit


Encyclopaedia Britannica Volume 1

March 2 , 1819 , Missouri became a state , The petrifactions are of all sizes and colors , and and the present state of Arkansas was made a terriwir hin the largest logs valuable crystals are found . tory , with the same name that it ...

Encyclopaedia Britannica Volume 1


The Ranger Ideal Volume 1

The same day, McCulloch was ordered to Fort Smith, Arkansas to assume command of the Indian Territory.135 Arriving in ... He made himself acquainted with every road or passage through which an army with trains could pass or operate in.

The Ranger Ideal Volume 1

Established in Waco in 1968, the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum honors the iconic Texas Rangers, a service which has existed, in one form or another, since 1823. They have become legendary symbols of Texas and the American West. Thirty-one Rangers, with lives spanning more than two centuries, have been enshrined in the Hall of Fame. In The Ranger Ideal Volume 1: Texas Rangers in the Hall of Fame, 1823-1861, Darren L. Ivey presents capsule biographies of the seven inductees who served Texas before the Civil War. He begins with Stephen F. Austin, “the Father of Texas,” who laid the foundations of the Ranger service, and then covers John C. Hays, Ben McCulloch, Samuel H. Walker, William A. A. “Bigfoot” Wallace, John S. Ford, and Lawrence Sul Ross. Using primary records and reliable secondary sources, and rejecting apocryphal tales, The Ranger Ideal presents the true stories of these intrepid men who fought to tame a land with gallantry, grit, and guns. This Volume 1 is the first of a planned three-volume series covering all of the Texas Rangers inducted in the Hall of Fame and Museum in Waco, Texas.

A List of the additions made to the Library of the London Institution during the years 1859 and 1860 etc During 1861 to March 1862 During 1862 to March 1863

The Second Part of a Geological Reconnaissance of the Middle and Southern Counties of Arkansas , made during the Year 1859 ... Volume 1. Containing “ De Rebus à Se Gestis , ” libr . II . “ Invectionum " libellus . “ Symbolum Electorum .

A List of the additions made to the Library of the London Institution  during the years 1859 and 1860  etc   During     1861 to March 1862  During     1862 to March 1863


The Banjo

For the James Davis narrative, see Rawick, American Slave, Vol. 8, Arkansas Narratives Parts 1 & 2, Part 2, p. 109–111. ... Arkansas also remembered how slaves had made their own fiddles and banjos; see Rawick, The American Slave, vol.

The Banjo

American slaves drew on memories of African musical traditions to construct instruments from carved-out gourds covered with animal skin. Providing a sense of rootedness, solidarity, and consolation, banjo picking became an essential part of black plantation life, and its unmistakable sound remains versatile and enduring today, Laurent Dubois shows.

Blount County Alabama Confederate Soldiers Volume 1 Cavalry

The 1900 Yell County, Arkansas Federal Census recorded Jerry M. Curl was born in Alabama in May 1844; Rebecca S. was born in Alabama ... Curl reported he owned a little mountain home and 120 acres, but he didn't make a living from it.

Blount County  Alabama Confederate Soldiers  Volume 1  Cavalry


The Journal of Negro History Volume 1 January 1916

Book. Reviews. The Aftermath of the Civil War, in Arkansas. By Powell Clayton, Governor of Arkansas, 1868 to 1871. ... The writer made use of certain documents in the Library of Congress and had frequent recourse to the Arkansas Gazette ...

The Journal of Negro History  Volume 1  January 1916


United States Congressional Serial Set

Resolution of the legislature of Louisiana , in favor of the establishmentot a foundry and armory at 1 46 1 Appropriations made during the second session of the thir . tieth Congress , & c . Statements of the amount of 1 65 1 Ardent ...

United States Congressional Serial Set


An American Dilemma Volume 1

45 A recent evaluative summary of such research has been made by Robert S. Woodworth, Heredity and Environment (1941). ... by Isabella C. Wilson which indicates that about 50 per cent of the deaths of Negroes in Chicot County, Arkansas, ...

An American Dilemma  Volume 1

This landmark effort to understand African-American people in the New World provides deep insight into the contradictions of American democracy as well as a study of a people within a people. The touchstone of this classic is the jarring discrepancy between the American creed of respect for the inalienable rights to freedom, justice, and opportunity for all and the pervasive violations of the dignity of blacks.

State Constitutions for the Twenty first Century Volume 1

In contrast, the Arkansas proponents never successfully translated the dry abstractions dealing with the structure of state and local government into terms the voters could understand. They never made the voters see that the new ...

State Constitutions for the Twenty first Century  Volume 1

The first systematic analysis of the obstacles to state constitutional reform.

The Enduring Vision A History of the American People Volume 1 To 1877

Consisted of Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Arkansas, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Before Turner, white Virginians had spent little ... 12-1. King. Cotton. What. made. the. South. distinctive.

The Enduring Vision  A History of the American People  Volume 1  To 1877

THE ENDURING VISION's engaging narrative integrates political, social, and cultural history within a chronological framework. Known for its focus on the environment and the land, Boyer, et al's text is also praised for its innovative coverage of cultural history, public health and medicine, and the American West -- including Native American history. The ninth edition maintains these strengths while enhancing coverage of women's history and incorporating new scholarship. A thoroughly redesigned last chapter discusses topics such as income inequality and mass incarceration, while bringing the discussion up to date with coverage of the 2016 presidential campaign. The ninth edition also incorporates new features that support learning. Each section begins with a historical question; new conclusions include summaries organized around each of the chapter questions. Available in the following split options: THE ENDURING VISION, 9th Edition Complete, Volume 1: To 1877, and Volume 2: Since 1865. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.