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Volume XXIV Number I (2001) Boone County Historian Volume XXIV Number I (2001)
Volume XXIV Number I (2001)
President’s Column 3
Sammie Rose Resigns as Head of Museum 4
Boone County Pioneer and Confederate Veteran Jefferson Fowler, by Joseph M. & Robert J. Taylor 5-11
Youngbloods in the Civil War Years, submitted by Larry Pyshny, from material collected re: the Youngblood family 12-13
Boone County Arkansas Civil War Artifact in Springfield, Illinois? A Historical Question Mark, by Joseph M. Taylor 14-15
Museum Activities 16
Orphan Train Rider: George Hanson Baughman 17
Boone County Marriage Index: Book 1 (1869-1940); Young through Zurga. Transcribed and Submitted by Virginia Phillips 18-19
Boone County Pioneers: T. W. Johnson, from a series of articles reprinted from A Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region (1894) 20
Artifacts Loaned and Donated to the Museum 21-22
Books for Sale at the Museum 23
Queries (REYNOLDS; ROBERTSON) 24
Volume XXIV Number II (2001) Boone County Historian Volume XXIV Number II (2001)
Volume XXIV Number II (2001)
President’s Column 27
A Pilgrimage To Some Local Places Connected To The History Of The Mountain Meadows Massacre In Boone And Carroll Counties, by Roger V. Logan, Jr. September 9, 2000. In conjunction with a meeting of the Mountain Meadows Asscoiation at Harrison, Arkansas. 28-40
Boone County Pioneers: William P. Cantrell & Kenner F. Cantrell, from a series of articles reprinted from A Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region (1894) 41-42
Annual Railroad Day Announcement – October 13, 2001. Guest Speaker: Alvin “Boomer” Simpkins – Carlin, Nevada   43
Museum Open House – March 4, 2001 44
Lifetime Memberships 45
Artifacts Donated to the Museum 46
Books for Sale at the Museum 47
Monthly Programs 48
Volume XXIV Number III (2001) Boone County Historian Volume XXIV Number III (2001)
Volume XXIV Number III (2001)
President’s Column 51
Queen Anne House of Harrison 52-53
Henry Fick, Original Land Owner & Founder of Harrison 53
Will of Henry W. Fick 54-55
George Washington Coker and His Family: Early Area Pioneers, by Jerry Young 56-63
     George Washington Coker 57-58
     Short Bios of GWC Children: Joel Cebern Coker 58
     Short Bios of GWC Children: Frances Coker 58-59
     Short Bios of GWC Children: Mary Jane Coker 59-60
     Short Bios of GWC Children: George Washington Coker II 60-61
     Short Bios of GWC Children: Nancy Emeline Coker 61
     Short Bios of GWC Children: Margaret E. Coker 61
     Short Bios of GWC Children: Elizabeth W. Coker 61
     Short Bios of GWC Children: Joseph Calvin Coker 61
     Short Bios of GWC Children: Martha Ann Coker 61
     Short Bios of GWC Children: Missouri Amanda Coker 61
     Short Bios of GWC Children: Barnett B. Coker 62
     Jerry Young 62-63
Boone County Pioneers: Robert W. Harrison, from a series of articles reprinted from A Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region (1894) 64-65
New Artifacts at the Museum 66
Methodist Episcopal Church 67-68
Artifacts Donated to the Museum 69-70
Books for Sale at the Museum 71
Harvest Homecoming Nears 72
Volume XXIV Number IV (2001) Boone County Historian Volume XXIV Number IV (2001)
Volume XXIV Number IV (2001)
President’s Column 75
Long Time Bergman Merchant, John Beaton Cook, by Juanita Kirk Butler and Daphne Hobson Haworth 76-83
Boone County Pioneers: J. W. Brady, from a series of articles reprinted from A Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region (1894) 84
1916-1917 Harrison City Directory (Part 1: A-G) 85-91
In Remembrance – Willard W. Phillips (1922-2001) 92
In Remembrance – Hugh Cotton (1918-2001) 93
Artifacts Donated to the Museum 94
Books for Sale at the Museum 95
 
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