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2003

Published on May 18, 2012 by in Publications
Volume I Number I (2003) Boone County Historian / Oak Leaves Volume I Number I (2003)
Volume I Number I (2003)
President’s Column 3
The Family of Thomas Jefferson Hathcoat, by Gene Hathcoat – Coweta, OK 4-8
Martin Mortimer Hathcoat and His Descendants, by Marie Griever, with additional facts from Caryl Ann Hathcoat and Ralph Lewis Thomason 9-13
New Hope School – 1905 14
Potts School – October 1, 1897; Laura Pitts, Teacher 15
Boone County Pioneers: Captain Oliver E. Hindes, from a series of articles reprinted from A Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region (1894) 16-17
Thank You – Indoor Yard Sale 17
Local Happenings – 1929, from The Harrison Times 18-19
Obituary: John C. Fite – December 16, 1929, from The Harrison Times 19
Photos from the Archives 20-21
Monthly Museum Programs 22
Artifacts Donated to the Museum 23
Books for Sale at the Museum 24
Oak Leaves 25-40
     Cover Picture: M&A #43 on turntable at Harrison 25
     Kansas City Southern depot at Neosho, Missouri during filming of railroad scenes for the movie Jesse James, September 3, 1938. 26-27
     Report On The Arkansas and Ozarks Railway (Part II), by H. C. Lamberton, Kansas City, Missouri, April 1961 28-37
     The Old Photo Album 38-39
     M&A #51 heads up freight at Tipton Ford, Missouri – September 1939 (Picture) 40
Volume I Number II (2003) Boone County Historian / Oak Leaves Volume I Number II (2003)
Volume I Number II (2003)
President’s Column 3
The Barhams of Boone County and of Zinc, by Nita Gould with special thanks to Mae Etta Moore Roberts 4-12
Growing Up In Zinc, by Treva Pauline Barham Campbell 13-17
Barham Family Photos 18
Local Happenings – February 20, 1928, from The Harrison Times 19-20
Boone County Pioneers: James S. Hudson, from a series of articles reprinted from A Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region (1894) 21
Photos from the Archives 22
Monthly Museum Programs 23
Books for Sale at the Museum 24
Oak Leaves 25-40
     Cover Picture: M&A Local Xtra South near Green Forest, Arkansas in 1943. 25
     Come See Where Went My Way – Gilbert, Arkansas / Buffalo River bridge 27-36
     Camp Cars and Cooking on the Missouri and North Arkansas, by George C. Migliore 37-38
     Gilbert Pictures 39
     M&A bunk cars and work train on siding at Eureka Springs, 1946 (Picture) 40
Volume I Number III (2003) Boone County Historian / Oak Leaves Volume I Number III (2003)
Volume I Number III (2003)
President’s Column 3
My Wilson Family Line, by Bobby Joe Wilson, 2003 4-17
     William Wilson 4
     George Wilson I 4
     George Wilson II 4
     Abraham Wilson 4
     Andrew Wilson 4
     Robert Wilson 5
     Thomas Edward Wilson 6-12
     Francis Joseph Wilson 13
     Francis Renaud Wilson 13-14
     Bobby Joe Wilson 15-16
     Nancy Ruth Wilson 16-17
     Julie Ann Wilson 17
Local Happenings – 1931, from The Harrison Times 18
Photos from the Archives 19-20
Boone County Pioneers: Dr. James M. Robinson, from a series of articles reprinted from A Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region (1894) 21-22
Artifacts Donated to the Museum 23
Books for Sale at the Museum 24
Oak Leaves 25-40
     Cover Picture: M&A Engine #50 on April 18, 1942, withe the results of a rear-end collision with Kansas City Southern freight near Joplin, Missouri in February 1942. 25
     Aerial views of the former Harrison railroad shops and yard area, 1968 26-27
     Fallen Flags (M&NA/M&A interchanges that have disappeared) 28-29
     Flags Still Flying (M&NA/M&A interchanges still operating) 29
     Ozarka Name Lives On 29-30
     New Managers Gain Valuable Experience on DK&S, by Dave Lancaster, MTO 32-33
     Diagram of the DK&S Railroad (Doniphan, Kensett & Searcy) 34
     Citizens Are Still At Work; Co-operating With Grand Jury-Guards Are Kept On Streets. From The Harrison Daily Times, January 19, 1923 36
     Leslie Has Been Cleaned Up; Twenty Strikers Whipped By Men Who Returned From Harrison. From The Harrison Daily Times, January 19, 1923 36
     Gregor Interred Today At Fremont, MO. From The Harrison Daily Times, January 19, 1923 36
     Wise And Orr Have Confessed; Sentenced To Seven Years In Pen For Everton Bridge Outrage. From The Harrison Daily Times, January 19, 1923 37
     Troops Will Not Be Sent Up Here; Governor Rescinds Order, But Legislature Wants ‘Investigation’. From The Harrison Daily Times, January 19, 1923 37
     Brotherhoods Offer Reward Of $5,000 For Slayers Of Gregor; Grand Chief Stone Issues Statement for Press Flaying Our People for ‘Continued Lawlessness’. From The Boone County Headlight, May 24, 1923 37
     Rex & Mandy Younes Owned The 1st Livestock Auction In The State of Arkansas 38-39
     M&A Engine #50 with K.C.S. ‘big hook’ #03, cleaning up after #50 rear-end collision with K.C.S. freight, near Joplin, Missouri February 1942 (Picture) 40
Volume I Number IV (2003) Boone County Historian / Oak Leaves Volume I Number IV (2003)
Volume I Number IV (2003)
President’s Column 3
The Garner Family 4-20
     Charles C. & Mettie E. J. Garner 4-5
     Hugh Garner & Family 6-7
     Daniel Howard Garner 8
     Ardith Mae Garner Taylor, by Jonnie Chitwood 9
     Hazel A. Garner 10-11
     Janie Faye Garner Mathis 12-13
     Conrad R. Garner & Family 14-15
     Jonnie Venita Garner Chitwood 16-17
     Jimmie Lou Garner Bradley 18-19
     Garner Family Reunion – 2000 20
County Happenings – 1933, from The Harrison Times 21-22
Photos from the Archives 23-24
Monthly Museum Programs 25
Boone County Cemetery Clean-Up Project 26
Artifacts Donated 27
Books for Sale at the Museum 28
Oak Leaves 29-44
     Cover Picture: Jim Wakefield, Dr. James R. Fair, & Tim Kubat at the Annual Railroad Day, October 11, 2003, Boone County Heritage Museum in Harrison. 29
     Annual Railroad Day – October 11, 2003 31-33
     The Official Railway Equipment Register – September 1912 34
     M&NA Passenger Cars – Some Second Thoughts, by Jim Wakefield 35-38
     Identification of M&NA Passenger Cars in Published Photographs, by Jim Wakefield 39-42
     Riding the M&NA, by Richard Allin. From the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, November 9, 2003. 43
     M&A #50 Baldwin 2-8-2 shown at Harrison December 22, 1945 (Picture) 44
 
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