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Volume IV Number I (1981) Boone County Historian Volume IV Number I (1981)
Volume IV Number I (1981)
Cover picture : Threshing with steam engine near Capps Road, Harrison, 1918, for Willis Jones. Dewey Erwin on engine. Bill Taylor and David Fearnside i
Seventeenth Annual Catalogue of the Harrison Public Schools, Harrison, Arkansas, 1910-1011, General Information and Course of Study 1-9
     School Board 1
     High School Faculty 1
     Grammar School Faculty 1
     Calendar (1910-1911) 1
     General Information 2-3
          Attendance 2
          General Course of Study 2
          School Work 2
          Library 2
          School Building & Grounds 3
          Conduct 3
          Societies 3
          Attendance 3
          Bells 3
     Course of Study 3-5
          Grammar School (First Grade – Seventh Grade) 3-4
          High School (First Year – Fourth Year) 5
     Roll of Students (First Grade – Tenth Grade) 5-7
     Alumni Association & List of Alumni 7
     Local Ads 8-9
Reminiscences, from the Fayetteville Sentinel, January 23, 1884 9
From The Harrisonian, by the Senior Class of Harrison High School, 1923 10-17
     Picture : Harrison High School 10
     Board of Directors (1922-1923) 10
     Picture : Harrison Grammar School 10
     Pictures : Harrison High School Faculty (1922-1923) 11
     Pictures : Harrison High School Seniors (1923) 12
     Pictures : Harrison High School Juniors (1923) 13
     Pictures : Harrison High School Sophomores (1923) 14
     Harrison Rotary Club Roster & Picture (April 1923) 15
     Roll of Mother’s Club Roster & Picture (1923) 16
     Activities of the Mother’s Club for the Past Two Years 17
Boone County Records on Microfilm (as of July 23, 1980) – data from the State History Commission 18-19
     Marriage Records 18
     Will and Probate Records 18
     County Court Records 18
     Deed Records 19
     Circuit Court Records 19
     Miscellaneous Records 19
Marriages in Boone County, Arkansas (from the Index Boon, page 2) : Acuff through Addington 20-21
Queries 22
Volume IV Number II (1981) Boone County Historian Volume IV Number II (1981)
Volume IV Number II (1981)
Cover picture : Valley Springs Academy, Established in 1870 25
Picture : Allbright Hall, Valley Springs, Arkansas, built in 1928 26
Fifth Annual Catalogue of the Valley Springs Academy for the year ending May 29, 1891 27-31
     Faculty 27
     School Board 27
     Roll of Students 28-29
     Music Class 29
     Course of Study 29
     Expenses – Tuition 30
     Apparatus 30
     Location 30
     Building and Grounds 30
     Preparing Teachers a Specialty 30
     Moral Surroundings 30
     History 31
Seventh Annual Catalogue of the Valley Springs Academy for the year ending June 2, 1893 31-33
     Faculty 31
     School Board 31
     Board of Visitors 31
     Roll of Students 32-33
Eighth Annual Catalogue of the Valley Springs Academy for the year ending June 1, 1894 33-35
     Faculty 33
     School Board 33
     Board of Visitors 33
     Roll of Students 34-35
     Local Ads 35
Tenth Annual Catalogue of the Valley Springs Academy for the year ending June 29, 1896 36-38
     Faculty 36
     School Board 36
     Roll of Students 36-37
     Local Ads 38
Eleventh Annual Catalogue of the Valley Springs Academy for the year ending May 28, 1897 38-40
     Faculty 38
     School Board 38
     Roll of Students 39-40
Boone County Teachers’ Association (1890 announcement) 40
Twelfth Annual Catalogue of the Valley Springs Academy for the year ending May 25, 1898 41-42
     Faculty 41
     School Board 41
     Roll of Students 41-42
Thirteenth Annual Catalogue of the Valley Springs Academy for the year ending May 26, 1899 43-44
     Roll of Students 43-44
Fifteenth Annual Catalogue of the Valley Springs Academy for the year ending May 3, 1901 44-46
     Faculty 44
     School Board 44
     Roll of Students 45-46
     Valedictorians (1887-1900) 46
Corrections for the Crossroads Cemetery list from the Boone County Historian, Vol. III No. II and Boone County Historian, Vol. III No. IV 46
Thomas Finley Allbright – picture and family history 47
Corrections for the Elmwood Cemetery list from the Boone County Historian, Vol. III No. II 48
Volume IV Number III (1981) Boone County Historian Volume IV Number III (1981)
Volume IV Number III (1981)
Cover picture : Jersey Roller Mills calendar, 1914 49
Boone County, Arkansas Marriages (Index Book, pages 3-9) – Addington through Ayers 51-64
Queries 65
The Hugheys of North Carolina, Tennessee and Arkansas, by Dolores Raines Sutton 66-69
     Ezekial Hughey 66
     Henry Hughey 66
     William Brice Hughey 66
     Alford Wilson Hughey (Dick) 66-67
     Mary Louisa Hughey 67
     James P. Hughey 67
     Albert A. Hughey (Tobe) 67
     Robert Henry Hughey 67
     Margaret A. Hughey 67
     Martha Elizabeth Hughey (Liz) 67
     Minerva Ann Hughey (Nervy) 67
     Camila Estella Hughey (Cammie) 68
     Lavena Laura Hughey 68
     James Langston (Lank) Hughey 68-69
     Columbus Harrison Hughey (Clum) 69
     Loda Hughey (Lodie) 69
     Henry Brice Hughey 69
Correction : Pioneer Life and Pioneer Families of the Ozarks, page 297, Jacob Jerome Shook 69
Records of the Boone County Tax Collector’s Office, 1880, Lead Hill, Arkansas 70
Request for Incorporation, Town of Lead Hill, Arkansas, January 1873 71
Announcing Pioneer Life and Pioneer Families of the Ozarks, by Earl Berry 72
Volume IV Number IV (1981) Boone County Historian Volume IV Number IV (1981)
Volume IV Number IV (1981)
Cover picture : John Woody (1792-1881) – North Arkansas Pioneer 73
Travis Graveyard on Jamestown Island, Virginia 74
John Woody: Veteran, Battle of New Orleans; Pioneer Resident of Pulaski, Washington, Boone and Newton Counties before 1850; One of the commissioners who located and named Fayetteville, Arkansas, by Roger V. Logan, Jr. 75-79
Some Descendants of William Woody of Virginia and Lincoln County, Tennessee, Including Genealogies of parts of the McDonalds, Capps, Hankins, and allied families of North Arkansas, by Roger V. Logan, Jr. 80-91
Picture : Thomas Scott Capps family, about 1907 91
Picture : Boone County Hardware Store, about 1910 91
Boone County, Arkansas Marriage Index Book #1 (continued) – Babbitt through Ballard 92-95
Queries 96
 
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