formats

1998

Published on May 18, 2012 by in Publications
Volume XXI Number I (1998) Boone County Historian Volume XXI Number I (1998)
Volume XXI Number I (1998)
Cover picture : Melody Four – Hugh Taylor, Clay Richesi, Everett Cone and Tildon Dart 1
President’s Column 3-4
Pictures : Harvest Homecoming (October 1997) 4
The Melody Four and Singing Convention Days, by Sue Barger 5-10
     Picture : Albert E. Brumley, Hugh Taylor, Clay Richesin, Everett Cone and Tildon Dart 5
     Picture : Agnes Cone 6
     Picture : Families of the Melody Four 6
     Picture : Terry Pillow 7
     Picture : Anna Taylor, widow of Hugh Taylor 7
     Picture : Hugh Taylor, Herman Paden, Everett Cone, Warren Ryan and Terry Pillow 8
     Picture : The Ozark Quartet – Arthur Shelton, Ward Shelton, Ira Farr and Terry Pillow 9
     Picture : Harrison Stamps Quartette 10
Monthly Presentations 11
Artifacts Loaned & Donated to the Museum 12
Boone County Marriage Index: Book 1 (1869-1940); Stonecipher through Sypes. Transcribed and Submitted by Virginia Phillips 13-15
Picture : Boone County Teachers around 1925 or 1927 15
Boone County Pioneers: Dr. George W. Floyd, from a series of articles reprinted from A Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region (1894) 16
Books for Sale at the Museum 17
Boone County, Arkansas Family History Book 18
Memories of the Civil War, by Joe M. Bailey 19
Hudson Receives Chamber Award 20
Picture : Boone County Historical & Railroad Society Officers for 1998 – Fred Hudson, Virginia Phillips, Bob Vinyard, Steve Davis and James Troy Massey 20
Duggar Cemetery (sometimes called Slover Cemetery) 21-22
New Books at the Boone County Library 22
Queries (SMITH; RAYNOR; FEATHERSTON; OLIVER; HAGGARD; BAKER; REEVES; CARUTHERS; HOPPER; McCORMICK 23-24
Volume XXI Number II (1998) Boone County Historian Volume XXI Number II (1998)
Volume XXI Number II (1998)
Cover picture : The Harrison Republican newspaper, Vol. XVIII No. 12, Wednesday, June 26, 1912 25
Presidents Column 27,46
The Harrison Republican newspaper, Vol. XVIII No. 12, Wednesday, June 26, 1912 28-32
“Boone” or “Boon” County? – Journal of the Arkansas House of Representatives Seventeenth Session, November 17, 1869 33-39
Boone County Pioneers: Ben M. Estes, from a series of articles reprinted from A Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region (1894) 40-41
     Picture : Ben M. Estes (1844-1934) 41
Picture : Kirby Cowan (Monthly Museum Program) 41
Books for Sale at the Museum 42
Artifacts Loaned & Donated to the Museum 43
Liberty lives on in Boone County, by James Ernest Nichols 44
Boone County Marriage Index: Book 1 (1869-1940); Taber through Taylor. Transcribed and Submitted by Virginia Phillips 45-46
Memories of the Civil War, by Joe M. Bailey 47
Queries (ROSS; MAYES; ROARK; DREWRY; BUELL; BELL; CARTER; MORRIS) 48
Volume XXI Number III (1998) Boone County Historian Volume XXI Number III (1998)
Volume XXI Number III (1998)
Cover picture : William Samuel “Sam” Tarver at the water station on the east side of the tunnel at Cricket, Arkansas – Mile Post 431.9 49
Presidents Column 51, 62
Cricket, Arkansas – Mile Post 431.9, by Judy Roberts 52-56
     Picture : Missouri-Pacific Lunch Room at Cricket, Arkansas 52
     Picture : Missouri-Pacific Tunnel B at Cricket, Arkansas 53
     Picture : Missouri-Pacific 140 foot trestle at Cricket, Arkansas, filled in the late teens 54
     Picture : Missouri-Pacific Depot at Cricket, Arkansas 55
     Picture : Students at Cricket School in 1923 56
Teacher’s contract for Miss Ruby Fowler, dated July 9, 1923 57
Family group record of William Samuel Tarver and Nancy Jane Mattingly 58
Memories of Cricket, Arkansas about 1912 as told to me by my father Ray Carl Tarver, by Nancy Tarver Schlegel 59
     Picture : William Eugene Tarver, Nancy J. Mattingly Tarver, William Samuel Tarver, Ray Carl Tarver and baby Scott Sam Tarver, about 1912 59
M&A Railroad Day announcement 59
Picture : Cricket Depot, 1957 60
Construction work on U.S. 65 61
Memories of the Civil War, by Joe M. Bailey 63
Artifacts Loaned & Donated to the Museum 64
Boone County Pioneers: Daniel N. Fulbright, from a series of articles reprinted from A Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region (1894) 65-68
     Picture : Daniel N. Fulbright 65
Advertisements from the 1915 Parcel Post Harrison City Directory 68
Books for Sale at the Museum 69
Boone County Marriage Index: Book 1 (1869-1940); Taylor through Threet. Transcribed and Submitted by Virginia Phillips 70-71
Queries (OLIVER; HAGGARD; LENARD; BAKER; REEVES) 72
Volume XXI Number IV (1998) Boone County Historian Volume XXI Number IV (1998)
Volume XXI Number IV (1998)
Cover picture : Southeast corner of the Harrison Square in 1895, scene of the Pace-Aderholt shooting in 1898 73
Aderholt-Pace Gunfight 1898, by Roger V. Logan, Jr. 76-80
     Picture : Frank Pace 76
     Picture : Old Boone County Courthouse 77
     Picture : Looking North Toward the Northwest Corner of the Harrison Square, 1890s 78
     Picture : Judge B. B. Hudgins 79
     Picture : Judge E. G. Mitchell 79
     Picture : Judge Ben F. McMahan 80
Captain William Fletcher Pace: Pioneer Boone County Attorney, by Roger V. Logan, Jr. 80-82
Frank Pace, Jr.: Former Secretary of the Army Has Boone County Roots, by Roger V. Logan, Jr. 82
The Fourth of July Flood of 1894, by Roger V. Logan, Jr. 83
Carry A. Nation, Former Boone County Resident, by Sammie Cantrell Rose 84-86
     Picture : Carry A. Nation at 26 years of age 84
     Pictures : Home of Carry A. Nation 85, 86
Pictures : Harvest Homecoming 1998 87
Picture : Harrison High School Class of 1948 50th reunion 88
Monthly Presentations 88
Books for Sale at the Museum 89
Boone County Pioneers: Col. J. N. Coffey, from a series of articles reprinted from A Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region (1894) 90
Artifacts Loaned & Donated to the Museum 91
Picture : Lick Branch School, 1902 92
Boone County Marriage Index: Book 1 (1869-1940); Thomas through Townsley. Transcribed and Submitted by Virginia Phillips 93-95
Queries (HUNTER; GOINS; MAYES; DREWRY; ROSS; HALL; COLBURN; JONES; EVANS; STRIPLIN; GRAMBLING) 96
 
 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Reddit Share on LinkedIn
1 Comment  comments 

One Response

  1. Mark D. Budka

    Is XXI No.3 still available or can I obtain a photocopy? I am a native of Omaha, Nebraska and had grandparents who lived in Aurora, Missouri from 1963 to 1992. Cricket (Omaha) as you know is on the MoPac White River Line between Kansas City and Memphis and once hosted the SOUTHERN SCENIC a train that has always fascinated me. Just before I was born, you could still travel Omaha to Memphis with several train changes via this route. I love the Aurora depot, I would like to get some views of the Cricket depot. Thank you. MD Budka

Leave a Reply to Mark D. Budka Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

* Copy This Password *

* Type Or Paste Password Here *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>