3 edition of Pioneer tales of Eureka Springs and Carroll County found in the catalog.
Pioneer tales of Eureka Springs and Carroll County
Cora Pinkley Call
in Eureka Springs, Ark
Written in English
|Statement||by Cora Pinkley-Call.|
|LC Classifications||F419.E8 C15|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||116 p. incl. front., illus. (ports.)|
|Number of Pages||116|
|LC Control Number||30016590|
History of Caroll County, Arkansas Family History Library Periodical Source Index (index to million articles in historical and genealogical publications) FindMyPast. Pioneer Tales of Eureka Springs and Carroll County Ancestry. Early Pioneers of Carroll County Prior to the formation of Carroll County in , a number of early American pioneers had already established their homes in the untamed Ozark wilderness. Barney Cheatham established an early settlement in Izard County called "Stiffler Springs", and he built the first mill on T.W. Hopper's Spring Branch known as.
New book shows, tells Eureka tales. Monday, July 9, Special to Carroll County News. EUREKA SPRINGS -- The Fayetteville Public Library will host an artist's reception to honor artist Sean Fitzgibbon on Thursday, July 12 at pm in Walker Community Room for a sneak peak at his upcoming graphic novel "What Follows Is True: The Baker Years. The county of Carroll was established in , and the county seat is the most current listing of resources for this location, and from additional publishers, please visit the Carroll County page in the Live Roots catalog.
When he was 7 years old his father (who had returned from the Civil War in one piece) was murdered by a horse thief on his Carroll County farm. After that, Murrell bounced around living and working for various people. He married Nancy Johnson in and farmed south of Eureka Springs after homesteading acres in the Buck Mountain area. Reserve A Book: Mission Statement: Library Board: Library Staff: History: Hours and Location: Eureka Springs Historical Museum: Carroll County Historical Society: Madison County Historical Society: Carroll County: Arkansas Health Connector: Library Staff: April Griffith, Library Director.
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Pioneer Tales of Eureka Springs and Carroll County Paperback – Febru Author: Cora Pinkley-Call. Pioneer Tales of Eureka Springs and Carroll County - Kindle edition by Pinkley-Call, Cora, Hensley, Scott.
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City of Publication: Eureka Springs, Ark. Publisher: unknown Date: c Page Count: Some names in this book are: W.H. Strong, J.W. Holder, Isaac Clark, Charles, Hussey, W.F.
Davidson, Newt Fortner, Jonathan Stites, Mrs. Annie House and brother Dixie A. Ross, J.A. Lundy, S.D. McCollister, J.C. Davenport, Mrs. Pioneer tales of Eureka Springs and Carroll County. [Cora Pinkley Call] Home.
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Uncle Jap's Whiskey Coup. The following "Hog Scald" story, written by John Jennings, appeared in the book by Cora Pinkley-Call titled Pioneer Tales of Eureka Springs.
It has become something of a local Ozark legend over the years. Her books include Pioneer Tales of Eureka Springs and Carroll County (n.p.
), From My Ozark Cupboard (Kansas City, Mo.: Allan Publications, ), and True Stories of Birds and Animals (Berryville, Ark.: Braswell Printing Co., ). Pioneer Tales of the Oregon Trail and of Jefferson County Cox Library county, state & local histories: Prairies and Plains region Genealogy & local history Issue of Travels in the West and Southwest Western Americana, frontier history of the trans-Mississippi West, Author: Charles Dawson: Publisher: Crane, Original from 5/5(2).
Pioneer tales of Eureka Springs and Carroll County, by Cora Pinkley-Call. Pioneer Tales of Eureka Springs and Carroll County Call, Cora Pinkley Eureka Springs, Arkansas, Somewhere Apart: My Favorite Place in Arkansas University of Arkansas Press, Tales Along Kings River, Guessey Creek, and Beyond Fancher, Burr Inkwater Press, Filed under: Carroll County (Ark.) -- History.
Early Days at Eureka Springs (Monett, MO: Free Will Baptist Gem, c), by Nellie Alice Mills (page images at HathiTrust) Life and adventures of John Gaskins, in the early history of northwest Arkansas. By John Gaskins. ([Eureka Springs, Ark. Pioneer tales of Eureka Springs and Carroll County: Featured Carroll Data Collections.
Pioneer tales of Eureka Springs and Carroll County: Arkansas, Northwestern Counties History, 1, View all Carroll data collections. Call, Cora P. Pioneer Tales of Eureka Springs and Carroll County. F E8 C15 and Microfiche CS G46x LH Lair, Jim.
An Outlander's History of Carroll County, Arkansas, Marceline, MO: Walsworth Pub. Co., F C4 L35 Chicot County. Her first book, Pioneer Tales of Eureka Springs and Carroll County (), recounted tales from Call’s ancestors plus profiles of Eureka Springs’ founding fathers, descriptions of early businesses, and Call’s “preachment” against the evils of divorce and the modern “pursuit of pleasure.”.
Her books include Pioneer Tales of Eureka Springs and Carroll County (n.p. ), From My Ozark Cupboard (Kansas City, Missouri: Allan Publications, ), and True Stories of Birds and Animals (Berryville, Ark.: Braswell Printing Co., ). Ellen Maria Harrell Cantrell Manuscripts ; 4. No Jacket.
Photos (illustrator). 14th Edition. 40 pp, , black-and-white pictorial SC wraps. The author provides a brief history of Eureka Springs, Arkansas. She describes the early Indian settlers, the naming of Eureka Springs, information from early day settlers, information about the springs, her story, and the story of some of the outlaws.
Eureka Springs, Carroll County, Arkansas. Sign up to receive The Genealogy News Pioneer tales of Eureka Springs and Carroll County; Libraries. Submit Libraries; Cemeteries. I.O.O.F. - Odd Fellows Cemetery this location, and from additional publishers, please visit the Eureka Springs page in the Live Roots catalog.
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Carroll County has two county seats--Berryville for Eastern District and Eureka Springs for Western District. Eureka Springs courthouse is built of native stone. [Source: Excerpts from PIONEER TALES OF EUREKA SPRINGS AND CARROLL COUNTY, by Cora Pinkley Call, c.p. 7].Flickering Tales Address: 75 Prospect Phone: FLICKERING TALES – genuine Ozark stories of witches, monsters, spook lights and ghosts, delivered by trained storytellers around the fire at our outdoor theatre.- November 1, Carroll County was created.
s - William and Charles Sneed were the area’s first settlers. s - In the county’s early years, lumber mills appeared, farmers grew sustenance crops, and an abundance of game made for good hunting.