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Volume XIII Number I (1990) Boone County Historian Volume XIII Number I (1990)
Volume XIII Number I (1990)
Cover picture : Cecils 1840-1990 (Henry Harrison Cecil, Ed Walter Cecil, Ernest Harvey Cecil) 241
President’s Column by Dr. H. V. Kirby 243
Index 243
Cecils 1840-1990, by Ernest H. Cecil 244-246
     Picture : Mary L. (Polly) Cecil and Henry Harrison Cecil 244
     Picture : Ed, Ernest, and Ola Cecil, 1908 244
     Picture : Viva, Ernest, and Travis Cecil, 1941 246
     Pupils of New Home School, District No. 5, Green Forest, Carroll Co., Ark., 1926-1927 246
Alpena High School Diploma of Ernest H. Cecil 247
Alpena High School Graduating Class of 1927 (includes pictures) 248
Alpena High School 1927 – A Backward Look, by Ernest H. Cecil 249-250
Pupils of Flat Rock School, Boone County, Ark., 1907 250
Alpena High School Catalogue, 1925-1926 251-252
History of the Olvey School, by Glenda Johnson Owens 253
Exquisite Historical Structure, by Mike Nabors 254-257
     Picture : “No Ordinary Barn” in the process of being dismantled on the Bill Ozier farm 254
     Picture : Mike and Karin Nabors and children Lauren and Cary sit on porch of Mountain Pines Cabin, bed and breakfast 256
Picture : Bellefonte School Students 1932-1933 257
Boone County Arkansas Marriage Index Book No. 1, [Gadd-Gilbert] 1869-c1940 258-259
Boone County Confederates and Cemetery 260
New Books by Marilyn Smith 261
Boone County Historical Railroad Society Meets 261
In Retrospect, by Mrs. J. E. Dunlap, Jr. 261
Artifacts Loaned and Donated 262
Books for Sale at the Museum 263
Queries 263-264
Volume XIII Number II (1990) Boone County Historian Volume XIII Number II (1990)
Volume XIII Number II (1990)
Cover picture : Home of the Stephen Cantrell family (L to R: Stephen, Martha Jane, and daughter Mary E. Cantrell) 265
President’s Column by Dr. H. V. Kirby 267
Index 267
Senior Volunteer of the Year – Virginia Phillips, by Sarah Quattlebaum Eslinger (includes picture) 268-269
J. Sam Rowland : “Self-Made Man”, by Mrs. Lena Moore (includes picture) 269
Boone County Historical Railroad Society Meets 270
Baker Prairie Topic for Boone Historical Group 270
Boone Historical Society Meets 270
Lifetime Member Subscribers to the Boone County Historian 271
New Member Subscribers for Period March 1989 – May 1990 271
Memorials 272
Boone County Confederates and Cemetery (continued) 273
Artifacts Loaned and Donated 274
New Books by Marilyn Smith 275
Books for Sale at the Museum 275
Cantrells and Sullivans, by Jerry Young 276-282
     Picture : George David Cantrell 277
     Picture : The Cantrell Crest 277
     Picture : Margaret Caroline Sullivan and daughter Julia Ann Sullivan 277
     Picture : Uriah William Sullivan and Mary Texanna Cantrell family 281
     Picture : Eli and Rebecca Sullivan 282
Other Days 282
Boone County Arkansas Marriage Index Book No. 1, [Gibbs-Greenhaw] 1869-c1940 283-286
The Blue Goose, from the Jim Bennett Collection (includes picture) 287
Queries 287-288
Volume XIII Number III (1990) Boone County Historian Volume XIII Number III (1990)
Volume XIII Number III (1990)
Cover picture : Natural bridge under football field in Harrison (aka Capt. Hoppers Spring, aka Natural Bridge Park) 289
President’s Column by Dr. H. V. Kirby 291
Index 291
New Books by Marilyn Smith 292
Lifetime Member Subscribers to the Boone County Historian 292
New Member Subscribers for Period June 1990 – August 1990 292
Boone County Arkansas Marriage Index Book No. 1, [Green-Guynn] 1869-c1940 293-294
Come Celebrate Our Heritage 294
Memorials 294
Artifacts Loaned and Donated 295
Boone County Confederates and Cemetery (continued) 296
70 Year Old Quilts, by Sammie Rose 297-298
     Picture : Dorcas Byrne Gilliam Jones 297
     Picture : Frankie Rose, Teresa Rose Parker, Sammie Cantrell Rose, and Grace Cantrell 297
Sons of Confederate Veterans 298
Homesteaded in 1893 – Same Family for Over 100 Years, by Sammie Rose 299-304
     Picture : Floyd W. Price Family, about 1896 299
     Picture : Albert Davis Family, about 1912 302
     Homestead Act 302
Annual M&NA Railroad Meeting 304
Pierce’s Memorandum and Account Book, 1887, provided by J. J. Johnson, Dealer In Drugs, Medicines, Paints and Oils, Harrison, Ark. 305-310
Books for Sale at the Museum 311
Queries 311-312
Volume XIII Number IV (1990) Boone County Historian Volume XIII Number IV (1990)
Volume XIII Number IV (1990)
Cover picture : Harrison’s First Public Library (1903-1968) 313
New Books by Marilyn Smith 315
Index 315
Boone County Arkansas Marriage Index Book No. 1, [Grubb-Hanston] 1869-c1940 316-318
Tribute to Lena A. Moore (includes picture) 318
Picture : Former Boone County Library building (1968-1986) 319
Picture : Present Boone County Library building (1986-present) 319
List of Boone County Post Offices and postmasters 320-323
New member Subscribers for Period September 1990 – November 1990 324
Picture : Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Heath on motorcycle 324
Picture : Frank Watkins and prized fox hounds 324
Christmas Dinner Menu, U. S. Army Post Hospital, Jefferson Barracks, Missouri, December 25, 1917 324
Lifetime Member Subscribers to the Boone County Historian as of November 30, 1990 325
Picture : M&NA Railroad brakemen Otho Dickson, George Kirkham and Bill Mays, circa 1915. 325
Picture : President Henry V. Kirby 325
Artifacts Loaned and Donated 326
Picture : J. K. Jones Ford Agency, around 1915-1920 327
Picture : Inside the J. K. Jones home on Willow Street in Harrison 327
John Homer Coatney : A Story, by John H. Coatney 328-331
Picture : The Old Mill at Marble City, Arkansas 331
Picture : Doc G. M. Keef (aka Doc Gillum) 331
Crooked Creek : The History of an Early Baptist Church, by Jim Lair 332-335
Picture : Caldwell House, Harrison, Arkansas, 1912 335
Queries 336
 
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  1. Bill B. Burris, Sr.

    I would like very much to obtain a copy of the article on J. Sam Rowland “Self Made Man” by Mrs. Lena Moore that was published on Page 269 of Vol. XIII, No. II (1990) of Boone County Historian. Sam was a brother of my grandmother Kate (Rowland) Montgomery. He was an attorney in Harrison and a very tall man (had an extra long bed). He had a sister, Mary, who taught school. (Please send me a bill for cost of providing a copy of the story.) Thank you! Bill Burris, Sr., 15592 Garland Circle, Westminster, CA 92683-7548

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