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The Taylor Family Cookbook By Jacquelyn Guccione
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Collection of family recipes with notes. Included are family photos.
An Arkansas Planter By Jacquelyn Guccione
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Story of early Arkansas written by prolific writer and humorist Opie Read.
Where is Grandmother Linder? By Jacquelyn Guccione
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Second Graders draw and color their answer to “Where is Grandmother Linder?” It is a colorful and imaginative book children will enjoy reading over and over.
The Linder Lagacy Part 1 By Jacquelyn Guccione
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The Linder Lagacy Part 1 By Jacquelyn Guccione
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Linder Legacy II By Jacquelyn Guccione
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History of the V.A. & Maggie Linder family; starting in the 1930's as each of the none children marry and have families.
Pirates, Patriots, Prospectors and Preachers By Jacquelyn Guccione
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Family History of Robert Harrison
Let Them Speak, Slave Narratives Arkansas Volume I By Jacquelyn Guccione
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A Folk History of Slavery from interviews with Former Slaves living in Arkansas during the 1930's. Includes indexes of slave owners, places of origins as well as the person being interviewed. The... More > stories are told in THEIR OWN WORDS! Inteviews were conducted by the WPA's Writer's Project. Volume I is A to B< Less
A Thousand Voices...A Single Story By Jacquelyn Guccione
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The Family History of Luanne Montgomery Barner Franks Includes: Montgomery, Johnson, Clark, Reese, Monday, Kelley, Staggs, Patterson, Nichols, Cooper, Pyle and Barner Families
Let Them Speak Volume IV By Jacquelyn Guccione
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A Folk History of Slavery from interviews with Former Slaves living in Arkansas during the 1930's. This Genealogist’s Edition includes indexes of slave owners, places of origins as well as the... More > person being interviewed. The stories are told in THEIR OWN WORDS! Interviews were conducted by the WPA's Writer's Project. Volume IV is J to L< Less