One Summer in Arkansas

One Summer in Arkansas Author Marcia Kemp Sterling
ISBN-10 9780988376816
Release 2013-01-01
Pages 350
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This is a story of place, in the tradition of Southern fiction, with vivid images of Arkansas and the values of small-town life. It is 1990, the stock markets are soaring and Lee Addison is on a fast track to success in Silicon Valley. Just out of law school with a job lined up at one of the best firms in the Bay Area, he is positioned to join the ranks of young elites who will shape the 21st century. But standing between him and his shining future is a promise to his mother to spend the summer back home in Riverton, Arkansas. He is unprepared for the siren pull his hometown still holds on his heart, as he grapples with his sister’s troubled adolescence, ethical questions relating to the drowning death of a black youth and the weight of his ancestral legacy. To make matters worse, the allure of a rekindled relationship with Annie Rayburn threatens to disrupt his carefully planned future. It is a tale of crisis and survival and the universal struggle to tap into values that will hold fast against the uncertainties of time.



Summer of My German Soldier

Summer of My German Soldier Author Bette Bette Greene
ISBN-10 9781453225851
Release 2011-09-27
Pages 240
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In Bette Greene’s award–winning debut novel, a young Jewish girl in the postwar South finds herself drawn to a German prisoner of war When the Army delivers a batch of Nazi prisoners of war to an internment camp in Jenkinsville, Arkansas, Patty Bergen is as anxious as any of her neighbors to get a glimpse of the monsters. The eldest child in the town’s sole Jewish family, Patty is lonely and isolated, spending most of her time in the company of Ruth, her parents’ black housekeeper. Then she meets Anton Reiker, an inmate in the camp. Even though he fought against the Allies, Anton seems to understand Patty in a way even her parents never have. When Anton escapes from the camp, Patty risks everything to keep him safe—but following her heart may come at a terrible price. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Bette Greene including rare photos and never-before-seen documents from the author’s personal collection.



Summer Session Bulletin

Summer Session Bulletin Author University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
ISBN-10 UIUC:30112111518277
Release 1952
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Arkansas Birds Thier Distribution and Abundance c

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ISBN-10 1610750314
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Fryingpan Arkansas Project

Fryingpan Arkansas Project Author
ISBN-10 NWU:35556031250475
Release 1975
Pages 4
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Catalogue of the University of Arkansas

Catalogue of the University of Arkansas Author University of Arkansas (Fayetteville campus)
ISBN-10 UOM:39015065271952
Release 1894
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Old South Frontier Cotton Plantations and the Formation of Arkansas Society c

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ISBN-10 1610752880
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Arkansas and the New South 1874 1929

Arkansas and the New South  1874   1929 Author Carl Moneyhon
ISBN-10 9781610755528
Release 2014-03-01
Pages 204
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This study is the first published in the Histories of Arkansas, a new series that will build a complete chronological history of the state from the colonial period through modern times. Under the general editorship of noted historian Elliott West, this series will include various thematic histories as well as the chronologically arranged core volumes. In Arkansas and the New South, 1874–1929 Carl Moneyhon examines the struggle of Arkansas’s people to enter the economic and social mainstreams of the nation in the years from the end of Reconstruction to the beginning of the Great Depression. Economic changes brought about by development of the timber industry, exploitation of the rich coal fields in the western part of the state, discovery of petroleum, and building of manufacturing industries transformed social institutions and fostered a demographic shift from rural to urban settings. Arkansans were notably successful in bringing the New South to their state, relying on individual enterprise and activist government as they integrated more fully into the national economy and society. But by 1929 persistent problems in the still dominant agricultural sector, the onset of the depression, and heightening social tensions arrested progress and dealt the state a major economic setback that would only be overcome in the years following World War II. Expanding upon scholarly articles that merely touch on this era in Arkansas history and delving into pertinent primary sources, Moneyhon offers not only an overall look at the state but also an explanation for the singular path it took during these momentous years.



Civil War Arkansas

Civil War Arkansas Author Anne Bailey
ISBN-10 1610750993
Release 2012-02-01
Pages 304
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This collection of essays represents the best recent history written on Civil War activity in Arkansas. It illuminates the complexity of such issues as guerrilla warfare, Union army policies, and the struggles hetween white and black civilians and soldiers, and also shows that the war years were a time of great change and personal conflict for the citizens of the state, despite the absence of "great" battles or armies. All the essays, which have been previously published in scholarly journals, have been revised to reflect recent scholarship in the field. Each selection explores a military or social dimension of the war that has been largely ignored or which is unique to the war in Arkansas—gristmill destruction, military farm colonies, nitre mining operations, mountain clan skirmishes, federal plantation experiments, and racial atrocities and reprisals. Together, the essays provoke thought on the character and cost of the war away from the great battlefields and suggest the pervasive change wrought by its destructiveness. In the cogent introduction Daniel E. Sutherland and Anne J. Bailey set the historiographic record of the Civil War in Arkansas, tracing a line from the first writings through later publications to our current understanding. As a volume in The Civil War in the West series, Civil War Arkansas elucidates little-known but significant aspects of the war, encouraging new perspectives on them and focusing on the less studied western theater. As such, it will inform and challenge both students and teachers of the American Civil War.



Arkansas Wildlife a History p

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ISBN-10 1610750381
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Southern Arkansas University

Southern Arkansas University Author James F. Willis
ISBN-10 9781441553638
Release 2009-10-28
Pages 447
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History of Southern Arkansa University, 1909-2009.



Varieties of Fruit for Arkansas

Varieties of Fruit for Arkansas Author Hartley Eugene Truax
ISBN-10 UIUC:30112019416038
Release 1914
Pages 590
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The Red River Valley in Arkansas

The Red River Valley in Arkansas Author Robin Cole-Jett
ISBN-10 9781625846280
Release 2014-02-25
Pages 144
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The Red River's dramatic bend in southwestern Arkansas is the most distinctive characteristic along its 1,300 miles of eastern flow through plains, prairies and swamplands. This stretch of river valley has defined the culture, commerce and history of the region since the prehistoric days of the Caddo inhabitants. Centuries later, as the plantation South gave way to westward expansion, people found refuge and adventure along the area's trading paths, military roads, riverbanks, rail lines and highways. This rich heritage is why the Red River in Arkansas remains a true gateway to the Southwest. Author Robin Cole-Jett deftly navigates the history and legacy of one of the Natural State's most precious treasures.



Flood Summer

Flood Summer Author Trenton Lee Stewart
ISBN-10 UOM:39015062861094
Release 2005
Pages 323
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In Trenton Lee Stewart’s debut novel, a young man holed up in a decrepit trailer in tiny Lockers Creek, Arkansas, considers himself a failure. Abe Pittenger has spent the last few years doing roof work, the last month enduring a ceaseless rain, and the last few days on a desolate trip to the Gulf, saying goodbye to his oldest friend. Abe has bad knees, flat tires, a dying cat, and no plans. When the rain becomes a brutal storm and a flood claims the countryside, he unexpectedly finds himself in haunted territory that will shadow him the rest of his life. Marie Hamilton, meanwhile, has arrived in the pouring rain, knocking on the door of a middle-class Hot Springs home—that of her father, whom she has not known since she was a child. Bringing all her possessions in the trunk of her car, leaving her troubled history on the road behind her, Marie has one goal: to begin her life anew. When Abe and Marie meet and fall into a tumultuous relationship, they are forced to rethink their respective pasts—uncovering and confronting secrets they would rather not disturb.



Cemeteries of Benton County Arkansas

Cemeteries of Benton County  Arkansas Author Northwest Arkansas Genealogical Society
ISBN-10 OCLC:967960164
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A sanctioned project of of the Benton County Genealogical Society.



The Impact of the Civil War and Reconstruction on Arkansas

The Impact of the Civil War and Reconstruction on Arkansas Author Carl H. Moneyhon
ISBN-10 155728735X
Release 2002-09
Pages 288
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This groundbreaking study, first published in 1994, draws on a rich variety of primary sources to describe Arkansas society before, during, and after the Civil War. While the Civil War devastated the state, this book shows how those who were powerful before the war reclaimed their dominance during Reconstruction. Most importantly, the white elite's postwar commitment to a cotton economy led them to set up a sharecropping system very much like slavery, in which workers had little control over their own labor. In arguing for both change and continuity, Moneyhon reconciles contemporary accounts of the war's effects while addressing ongoing debates within the historical literature.



Arkansas Made Photography art

Arkansas Made  Photography  art Author Swannee Bennett
ISBN-10 1557281831
Release 1991
Pages 229
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-- 1993 Award of Merit, American Association for State and Local History