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An Arkansas Planter By Jacquelyn Guccione
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Story of early Arkansas written by prolific writer and humorist Opie Read.
Arkansas In The Confederacy By Col. John Harrell
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This is a reprint of book 10 of the Confederate Military History series detailing all of the action and events that happened in Arkansas during the Civil War.
Arkansas in the Confederacy By Col. John Harrell
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This is a reprint of book 10 of the Confederate Military History series detailing all of the action and events that happened in Arkansas during the Civil War.
Arkansas in the Confederacy By Col. John Harrell
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This is a reprint of book 10 of the Confederate Military History series detailing all of the action and events that happened in Arkansas during the Civil War.
Mysterious Arkansas By Branda Blakley
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United states of America's real history has been hid for decades. Arkansas and the south play a very special role in our true but hidden history. You may never have known about the part Arkansas... More > plays in reveling our true past.< Less
An Arkansas Planter By Opie Percival Read
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Opie Percival Read (born December 22, 1852, Nashville Tennessee;... More > d. November 2, 1939, Chicago Illinois) was a prolific American journalist and humorist. His bibliography lists 60 published books.Prior to 1887, Opie Read edited five separate newspapers, all in the U.S. South: the Statesville Argus (KY), the Bowling Green (KY) Pantograph, the Louisville Courier-Journal, the Little Rock (AR) Evening Post, and the Little Rock Gazette, ancestor of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. In 1882, Read founded his own humor magazine, the Arkansas Traveler, which he carried on after leaving newspaper journalism in 1887.Read brought the Arkansas Traveler, a flowing pen, and a command of Southern dialect to Chicago in 1887. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opie_Read< Less
FRIDAYS OF ARKANSAS By Bill McDonald
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A family history of Henry Fridays family. Settled in Fouke, Arkansas.
Arkansas Indians By Budd Alveshire
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Who were the Native Americans?? How did they live? Where did they go? Enjoy my book! Filled with pictures.
Arkansas Indians By Budd Alveshire
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Who were the Native Americans?? How did they live? Where did they go? Enjoy my book! Filled with pictures.
Arkansas Bankruptcy Handbook for Non-Members By Arkansas Bar Association
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The Arkansas Bankruptcy Handbook has been designed as a practical tool to introduce Arkansas attorneys to issues encountered in an Arkansas bankruptcy practice. The Handbook does not take the place... More > of a lengthy, in-depth treatise, but has been written to provide basic, practical information relevant to Arkansas attorneys. Attorneys unfamiliar to the bankruptcy area or with limited bankruptcy experience should find the Handbook particularly helpful as a starting point for understanding bankruptcy concepts.< Less