Historical Journal

South Arkansas Historical Journal Contents

South Arkansas Historical Journal Contents

South Arkansas Historical Journal

CONTENTS, Volumes 1-8 (2001-2008)

Volume 1, Fall 2001
Contents

El Dorado’s Two-Year Colleges
By Dr. Ben Whitfield

Shuler Drilling Company
By John G. Ragsdale

Mayhaw Jelly
By John G. Ragsdale

The Busey
By Don Lambert

Roaring Twenties
By Hazel Sample Guyol

In the Footsteps of Ed Bearss
By Phillip Arndt

Volume 2, Fall 2002
Contents


Movie Theaters in El Dorado    
 By Richard Mason
  
From Honduras to Smackover: The Cynthia Cooper Tate Dees Story 
 By Jeanne Clements

Those Cotton Picking Shoes    
  By Marzell Smith

The Sparta Aquifer in Union County    
 By Robert Reynolds

Court of Inquiry  
 Adapted by Daniel G. Ford

Health Sciences Education in South Arkansas  
 By Jacob P. Ellis, M.D.

The Choctaw and Cherokee in Union County  
 By Worth Camp, Jr. 

Reflections of the Past
 

Volume 3, Fall 2003
Contents

Editorial Note

Contents

On Parlait Francais Ici: French Affairs in Louisiana Before the
Purchase
 By Sara Teague

El Dorado’s Vision for Education, 1909
 By Bart Reed

Oil Development in South Arkansas, 1921-2001
 By John G. Ragsdale

The Governor of Mount Holly: Thomas Chipman McRae
 By Ken Bridges

The W. H. Allen Homeplace, Spotville, Arkansas
 By P. Sue Allen

Depression Memories
As recalled by Eva Goza

“Munna”
 By Susan Whatley


Volume 4, Fall 2004
Contents

Editorial Note

Contents

Celebrating Union County: A Chronology of 175 Years
 By Ken Bridges

By the Sweat of Their Brows: A Brief History/Memoir of Reed’s Body Shop in El Dorado
 By Bart Reed

Choctaw on the Ouachita – The Forgotten History
 By Worth Camp, Jr.

Portrait of a Pioneer Family: The Lacys of Union County
 By M. Angela Crawford

Hunter and Dunbar on the Ouachita, 1804
 By Worth Camp, Jr.

El Dorado’s First Congressman: Albert Rust
 By Ken Bridges

Steele Shadows: Thirteen Days of the Civil War in Camden
 Excerpt from the novel by Bill Crumpler


Volume 5, Fall 2005
Contents
 
Editorial Note
 
Contents
 
Uncle Sam Needs Your Resources: A History of the Ozark Ordnance
Works
 By Carolyn Kent
 
100 Years of Public Service: The 1905 Junior College Building in El
Dorado, Arkansas
By Phillip Ballard

Spudnuts: A South Arkansas Breakfast Legend
 By Joan Hershberger

An Uncommon Woman: Remembering Blanche Parnell Wade
 By Judge Edwin Alderson
 
"Wildcat:" Over There: A Union County Doughboy in the 81st “Wildcat”
Division, 1917-1919
 By Bart Reed  

The Choctaw Trail of Tears Across South Arkansas
 By Kitty Sloan

The Bringing in of “Busey One”
 A Poem By Bill Crumpler

South Arkansas Historical Notes


Index for Volumes 1-5 (2001-5), Fall 2006

South Arkansas Historical Journal
INDEX, VOLS. 1-5      FALL 2006
 
Contents

Editorial Note
 
Contents

Journal Contents and Acknowledgements for Volumes 1-5

Index for Volumes 1-5

 

Volume 6, Fall 2006 
Contents

Editors’ Note

Contents

A Survey of Architecture in Union County, From the Mid-1800s to World War I
 By John B. Abbott

Clothing Confederate Arkansas
 By David Sesser

Water, Water Everywhere: A History of the El Dorado Water Company
 By Bob Lee Rimmer, Glenn Holmes, and Worth Camp

A Living Tribute to the Journal’s Founder: John G. Ragsdale
By Phil Ballard

Cecil Kellum: A Place in Time, The El Dorado Boy’s Club
 By David Wood

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Volume 7, Fall 2007
Contents

Editors’ Note

Contents

A Historical Survey of Architecture in Union County: After World War
One to World War Two

 By John B. Abbott

The Lost Colleges of South Arkansas
 By Ken Bridges

The Life of Miles C. Hogan
 By Jessica Pepper

The Bobby Bird Story
 By Bobby Griffith

The Boom!
 An Interpretive Essay by Richard H. Mason

The Wondrous Porchia Family
 By Jacqueline B. Holmes

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Volume 8, Fall 2008 
Contents

Editors’ Note 

Contents

A Historical Survey of Architecture on Union County from the Beginning
of World War II to 2008

By John B. Abbott

Henderson: The War Years
By Gene Mueller and Robert Greene

Miss Jo
By Natalie Culbreth

Historic Hauntings
By Rev. Phil Pinckard

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