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Volume XX Number I (1997) Boone County Historian Volume XX Number I (1997)
Volume XX Number I (1997)
Cover picture : Henry Starr in an advertisement for one of the movie based on his notorious life of crime 1
Presidents Column 3
The Outlaw, Henry Starr (Part Two in a Series of Articles), by Shelley Dirst and Sammie Rose 4-11
     Picture : Elgin watch given to W. J. Myers for his role in Starr’s capture in Harrison 7
     Picture : Cartoon depicting Myers’ swift action against Starr and his gang 7
     Picture : 1921 reward ad from the Harrison Daily Times 8
     Picture : Plate from Starr’s autobiography Thrilling Events, originally published in 1914 8
     Picture : Stroud National Bank and First State Bank in Stroud, Oklahoma which were robbed by Starr’s gang 9
     Picture : A wounded Henry Starr after the attempted robbery in Stroud, Oklahoma 9
     Picture : The People’s National Bank in Harrison, location of Henry Starr’s final crime 10
     Highlights in the career of Henry Starr 11
Features at the Museum 12
Memories of the Civil War, by Joe M. Bailey 13
Boone County Pioneers: Major John P. Clendenin, from a series of articles reprinted from A Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region (1894) 14
Artifacts Loaned & Donated to the Museum 15
Books for Sale at the Museum 16
Boone County Marriage Index: Book 1 (1869-1940); Sharpensteen through Smith. Transcribed and Submitted by Virginia Phillips 17-21
Picture : Bellefonte University of Arkansas Extension Class circa 1935 23
Queries 23-24
Volume XX Number II (1997) Boone County Historian Volume XX Number II (1997)
Volume XX Number II (1997)
Cover picture : Surveyor for the Missouri Pacific Railroad working at Cheatham Creek near Bergman, where Horton Camp was located during the building of the railroad 25
Presidents Column 27
Diary of Horton Camp, by Eleanor Holbrook with photos courtesy of Barbara Morrison 28-35
     Picture : The Park Hotel in Harrison, located on the corner of Central and Spring 29
     Picture : The Horton home 29
     Picture : Mr. and Mrs. Harrie G. Horton at home in Horton Camp, located west of Bergman on Cheatham Creek 31
     Picture : Annie Vaughan Horton on horse 31
     Picture : Drawings of Horton Camp illustrated in 1903 by Eleanor Holbrook 33
     Picture : An early Missouri Pacific Railroad train, probably taken in the Bergman area 35
Memories of the Civil War, by Joe M. Bailey 36
Features at the Museum 37
Collections on Display in the Museum : Antique Pencil Sharpeners, Music Box Decanters 38
Boone County Pioneers: David A. Eoff, from a series of articles reprinted from A Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region (1894) 39-40
Jefferson Hall – As I Remember, by Willis P. McMindes 41
Picture : Jefferson Hall Canning Factory 42
Picture : Jefferson Hall School about 1925 42
Books for Sale at the Museum 43
Artifacts Loaned & Donated to the Museum 44
Boone County Marriage Index: Book 1 (1869-1940); Smith through Stanard. Transcribed and Submitted by Virginia Phillips 45-47
Queries (MORRISON; WALKER; CROSSWHITE; MANLEY) 48
Volume XX Number III (1997) Boone County Historian Volume XX Number III (1997)
Volume XX Number III (1997)
Cover picture : Batavia store and post office 49
Presidents Column 51
The Batavia Community, by Shelly Dirst and Sammie Rose 52-64
     Picture : Map of Batavia, Arkansas 52
     Picture : Walter Markley Canning Factory at Batavia 53
     Picture : Markley Sawmill at Batavia 54
     Picture : Morgan Redden Store 54
     Picture : Batavia Depot 55
     Picture : Audrey Fields at age 94 56
     Picture : Louis Raynor, Hattie Raynor, Ida Raynor and Bessie Raynor 57
     Picture : Bertie Raynor, Henry (Doc) Raynor, Janie Raynor and Audrey Raynor 57
     Picture : Batavia School 1916-17 58
     Picture : Fields family portrait 59
     Picture : Clyde and Audrey Raynor Fields on their wedding day, June 25, 1921 59
     Picture : Audrey Fields making apple-butter in the backyard of her home in Batavia 60
     Picture : The Clyde and Audra Fields family 60
     Picture : Smyrna Church 61
     Pictures : The old Routh house in Batavia 63
Books for Sale at the Museum 65
Memories of the Civil War, by Joe M. Bailey 66
Artifacts Loaned & Donated to the Museum 67
Boone County Pioneers: Charles R. Fulbright, from a series of articles reprinted from A Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region (1894) 68-69
Boone County Marriage Index: Book 1 (1869-1940); Stancoff through Stephenson. Transcribed and Submitted by Virginia Phillips 70-71
Queries (STINE; SPINKS; WAHL; MATLOCK; GLOVER; OGLE; COKER; HOBOCK; ROBINSON) 72
Volume XX Number IV (1997) Boone County Historian Volume XX Number IV (1997)
Volume XX Number IV (1997)
Cover picture : Pleasant and Martha Fowler 74
Presidents Column 75
Searching for His Roots, by Pat Christensen 76-89
     Picture : Pleasant Fowler’s military marker at Maplewood Cemetery in Harrison 79
     Picture : The Everton Hotel, now a private residence 81
     Picture : William “Billy” Ryals 81
     Pictures : Remains of the old Pleasant Fowler home at Rally Hill 82
     Picture : Doyne Trueblood and Howard Jones 86
     Picture : Headstone of William “Billy” Ryals and wife Elizabeth 86
     Picture : The Everton Hotel, 1911 89
Features at the Museum 90
Memories of the Civil War, by Joe M. Bailey 91
Artifacts Loaned & Donated to the Museum 92
Boone County Pioneers: John H. Gass, from a series of articles reprinted from A Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region (1894) 93
Books for Sale at the Museum 94
Boone County Marriage Index: Book 1 (1869-1940); Steidley through Stonecipher. Transcribed and Submitted by Virginia Phillips 95
Queries (BARNETT; CURNUTT; FARMER; VILLINES; MAXWELL) 96
 
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