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Volume XV Number I (1992) Boone County Historian Volume XV Number I (1992)
Volume XV Number I (1992)
Cover picture : James B. Frew 433
Cover picture : headstone of James B. Frew 433
Cover picture : Camp Red Cloud (now Ft. Robinson, Nebraska) 433
President’s Column by Roy L. Baker, Jr. 435
Index 435
Picture : Sammie Rose award 435
Frontier Log Cabin, by John Riddlesperger 436
     Picture : John Henry Riddlesperger (1832-1913) 436
     Picture : Log cabin built by John Henry Riddlesperger in 1878 436
Boone County Arkansas Marriage Index Book No. 1, [Hewitt-Holmes] 1869-c1940 437-438
Recent Donations 439
Third Annual Reunion of Alpena Alumni, Saturday, May 23, 1992 439
Books for Sale at the Museum 439
Private James B. Frew’s Diary and Letters from the Great Sioux War of 1876 440-443, 448-455
Dry Jordan Homesteader Thomas Lamb, by Julie Marie Hoberock 444-447
     Picture : Thomas Lamb’s 1856 homestead certificate 444-445
     Picture : Dianna, Julie and Dr. Thomas Hoberock, with cistern top at Thomas Lamb homestead 446
     Picture : Dr. Thomas Hoberock, Julie and Dianna at built-up grave of Thomas Lamb 446
New Books by Marilyn Smith 447
Picture : James Barcas Frew, his father George Frew, and other sons in Frew Saddlery in Harrison 454
Picture : J. B. Frew and his dog “Bess,” whose head was used as a saddle pattern 455
Picture : Peggy Reeves, Frew’s granddaughter, with leather beaded Indian horse tack 455
Picture : James Barcas Frew family (Nellie Frew, Jennie Frew, Isa Frew, J. Bentley Frew, James Barcas Frew, Abigale Frew, Charley Frew, George W. Frew and George M. Frew) 455
Queries 456
Volume XV Number II (1992) Boone County Historian Volume XV Number II (1992)
Volume XV Number II (1992)
Cover picture : Bower Brothers Manufacturing Company on the corner of Central, Walnut and Stephenson streets in Harrison 457
President’s Column by Roy L. Baker, Jr. 459
Index 459
Recipe for Consumption 459
Vachel Hickman, by David A. Matthews 460
     Picture : Vachel Hickman 460
Recollections of Past Fourth of July Picnics, by June Hutcheson 461-463
     Picture : Lead Hill Picnic, 1906 461
New Books by Marilyn Smith 464
Books For Sale at the Museum 464
Boone County Arkansas Marriage Index Book No. 1, [Holliday-Hudson] 1869-c1940 465-467
Artifacts Loaned and Donated 468
The Bower Family – Pioneers of Boone County, by Maryetta Bower McGaughey 469-479
     Picture : Sons of Mr. and Mrs. George Bower – Edwin (Ned) Bower, Harry Bower, Herbert Alexander Bower, George Bower, Frankland Bower and William Adam Bower 469
     Picture : Daughters of Mary Roberta Frankland and George Bower – Lillian, Lena Margaret, Mabel and Madalene 470
     Picture : Wilma Bower Taylor and her gray kitty “Buster” riding bareback on horse “Snowball” in 1916 477
Queries 479-480
Volume XV Number III (1992) Boone County Historian Volume XV Number III (1992)
Volume XV Number III (1992)
Cover picture : Joe Middleton house at Burlington 481
Cover picture : Wash Middleton 481
Cover picture : James L. Holt 481
President’s Column by Roy L. Baker, Jr. 483
Index 483
Jim Holt’s Arrest Attempt Ends in Wash Middleton’s Death at Parthenon, by Sammie Rose and Pat Wood 484-488
     Picture : The spring behind the general store at Parthenon 484
     Picture : The general store still stands in Parthenon 484
     Picture : Little Buffalo Cemetery 487
     Picture : Fieldstone head stone thought to be the marker of Wash Middleton 487
New Books by Marilyn Smith 489
Books for Sale at the Museum 489
Artifacts Loaned and Donated 490
Boone County Arkansas Marriage Index Book No. 1, [Hubbard-Hyser] 1869-c1940 491-493
Recent Donations 493
Mt. Range Divides Huzzah Prairie and Crooked Creek Valley, by anonymous author, late 1930s – submitted by Mike Holt 494-497
     Picture : Overlooking Gaither and the Crooked Creek Valley from Gaither Mountain 494
     Picture : Vikki, Linten and Walter McElroy at a log house near Doss Spring on their farm in what was Huzzah Prairie 494
     Picture : Paul Turney and one of his dogs at his home in the 1930s on the left of Doss Spring 495
     Picture : June Young, daughter of Paul and Mildred Turney at Doss Spring 495
     Pictures : Cabin of John McCager Jones, built after the Civil War at the base of Sulphur Mountain 496
Blazing a Trail from Swan Creek to Carrollton, from the Harrison Times, January 20, 1883 498-499
     Pictures : Centennial Observance marker & a stately old chimney at Old Carrollton 498
Index to Boone County Probate Court Records, Volumes A to HC (1869-1943) [Smith-White] 499-501
Newspapers Wanted 502
Missing Boone County Newspapers 502-503
Queries 503-504
Volume XV Number IV (1992) Boone County Historian Volume XV Number IV (1992)
Volume XV Number IV (1992)
Cover picture : Col. George J. Crump, Judge Issac Parker, and the Old U. S. Jail, Fort Smith, Arkansas 505
President’s Column by Roy L. Baker, Jr. 507
Index 507
Picture : Museum volunteer Tessa Chamas-Bacha 507
Museum Docents (pictures) 508-509
Recent Donors 510
Books for Sale at the Museum 510
Lifetime Members of Boone County Historical & Railroad Society, Inc. 511
Financial Report – Boone County Historical & Railroad Society, Inc. 512
Artifacts Loaned and Donated 513
Keepers of “The Gates of Hell”: A Narrative on George J. Crump, U. S. Marshal, by Sammie Rose & Pat Wood 514-519
     Picture : The hanging of Cherokee Bill on the Fort Smith gallows 514
     Picture : George J. Crump family circa 1919 – Mintie Helen Crump Garvin, Josephine, B. Wright Crump, Josie Crump Trimble, George J. Crump, Jr., Arch Crump, Col. George Crump, Lulu Greenlee Scott 516
     Picture : House built by Col. George J. Crump in 1874 517
Boone County Arkansas Marriage Index Book No. 1, [Iness-Jolly] 1869-c1940 520-524
Our Town (Harrison, Arkansas), poem by Audra Milum 524
Museum Programs & Railroad Day pictures 525
Index to Boone County Probate Court Records, Volumes A to HC (1869-1943) [White-Zeigler] 526-527
Picture : Boone County Heritage Museum float in the annual Northwest Arkansas District Fair Parade 527
Queries 528
 
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