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Volume XXIII Number I (2000) Boone County Historian Volume XXIII Number I (2000)
Volume XXIII Number I (2000)
President’s Column 3
Family Record of James E. Graham & Mary E. Robinson Graham 4-5
Four Generations of Auctioneers (The Graham Family) 6-7
Monthly Presentations 8
A Remarkable Escape From Death, by S. C. Turnbo 9-10
Eleventh North Arkansas Ancestor Fair: June 1-3, 2000 10
Boone County Pioneers: Col. Eli Dodson, from a series of articles reprinted from A Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region (1894) 11
Contributions and Support 12
Artifacts Loaned and Donated to the Museum 13
Boone County Marriage Index: Book 1 (1869-1940); Watkins through Wilkinson. Transcribed and Submitted by Virginia Phillips 14-17
In regards to the book, Cemetery Records of Boone County, Arkansas 18
Letter by J. W. Miller dated 2/15/1916 18
1916 Real Estate listings from Christian & Taylor Land Dealers, Harrison, Boone County, Arkansas 19-21
Books for Sale at the Museum 22
Letter of Thanks to the Heritage Museum Staff from Mel Waltrip, Powder Springs, GA 23
Queries (THOMASON; TRIMBLE) 23-24
Volume XXIII Number II (2000) Boone County Historian Volume XXIII Number II (2000)
Volume XXIII Number II (2000)
President’s Column 27
From the Ozarks and Back to the Ozarks, by Leland Smith 28-35
Women of World War Two, by Daphne Haworth 36-38
In The Tracks of Great Grandpa, by James E. Nichols 39-40
Artifacts Loaned and Donated to the Museum 41
Monthly Presentations 41
Boone County Pioneers: John A. Bunch, from a series of articles reprinted from A Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region (1894) 42
Books for Sale at the Museum 43
Preliminary of My Work at Rally Hill; Reflections of Professor J. W. Blankenship – January 3, 1887 44-45
Boone County Marriage Index: Book 1 (1869-1940); Wilkinson through Williams. Transcribed and Submitted by Virginia Phillips 46-47
Queries (Willie A. CLARK; EVANS-FULTS Family; MATLOCK) 48
Volume XXIII Number III (2000) Boone County Historian Volume XXIII Number III (2000)
Volume XXIII Number III (2000)
President’s Column 51
America’s Ethnic Cleansing: The Trail of Tears, by Dr. Paul Dewayne Bryant 52-54
Movies Come to Spring Valley (aka Valley Springs), by John C. Hicks (excerpted from the Joplin Globe – 1910) 55-57
Museum Contributions 57
Boone County Pioneers: A. C. Hull, from a series of articles reprinted from A Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region (1894) 53-60
Walt Mason Prescribes For A Doc, from Every Week Magazine, 2/28/1916 (3 cents per copy) 61
Harrison Rotary Club, Early 1930′s (Photo) 62
Books for Sale at the Museum 63
Boone County Marriage Index: Book 1 (1869-1940); Williams through Wright. Transcribed and Submitted by Virginia Phillips 64-67
Boone County Heritage Museum Docents 68
Methodist Episcopal Church 69-70
Artifacts Loaned and Donated to the Museum 71
Queries (PETTY-EOFF; PICKARD; DAVIS, CAGLE, COKER, SMITH) 72
Volume XXIII Number IV (2000) Boone County Historian Volume XXIII Number IV (2000)
Volume XXIII Number IV (2000)
President’s Column 75
Pioneer Education In Boone County, Arkansas, by Roger V. Logan, Jr., from a speech delivered to the Harrison Colony Chapter DAR, March 21, 2000 76-89
     Beginnings 76-77
     Boone County 77
     Sixteenth Section Lands 77
     The Act of 1843 77
     Poor Support 77-78
     Early Schools in Crooked Creek Valley 78
     The School at Lead Hill 78-79
     Civil War 79
     Community in Ruins 79
     Act 160 of 1867, the foundation 79-80
     Alonzo S. Prather 80-81
     Early Harrison 81
     Baines School 81-82
     Rally Hill Academy 82
     College Meeting 82-83
     The Methodist Church Burns 83
     United States Military Academies 83
     Valley Springs Academy 83-84
     Cumberland Presbyterian High School 84
     Harrison College and Normal Institute for Ladies 84-85
     The One Room School in Boone County 85-86
     “Normal Schools” 86-87
     The Hill Top Academy (Center Ridge School) 87
     Consolidation 87-88
     Lead Hill 88
     W. E. Halbrook 88-89
     Conclusion 89
Boone County Marriage Index: Book 1 (1869-1940); Woods through Young. Transcribed and Submitted by Virginia Phillips 90-91
Boone County Pioneers: William Harrison Cecil, from a series of articles reprinted from A Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region (1894) 92-95
Rushing School District No. 91 1901-1902 Pupils 95
Boone County Historical Society Programs 96
 
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