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Links 1 through 10 of 24 by themabeesimpsonlibrary tagged Regional Studies

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Ms. Glenn has complied an impressive list of resources for research into local history. Her family have long been leaders and teachers in Batesville and at Lyon College.

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Has indexes to Independence County Chronicle from 1959 to now.

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Welcome to the Website of the Regional Studies Center's oral history project chronicling the genesis and early years of the Arkansas Folk Festival and the Ozark Folk Center, both located in Mountain View, Arkansas.

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The study of folk architecture is still in its infancy in America. It is a broad field, with many directions wide open for research. The term “folk architecture” includes both processes and products, how to build and what to build.

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The collection consists mainly of correspondence between Wolf and other folklorists or folk arts and music demonstrators. Correspondents include Alan Lomax, Jimmie Driftwood, and Almeda Riddle. The collection also includes other miscellanea, such as flyers, clippings, song lyrics, and photographs.

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The Stroud Collection consists of photocopies and transcripts of a variety of historical documents (deeds, receipts, court papers, letters, etc.), the originals of which are in the possession of Robert Stroud, a local historian and collector in Desha, Arkansas.

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The Smithee Papers consist of four letters and other items once belonging to Margaret Smithee of Jackson County, Arkansas, great grandmother of the donor. Among the other items are two oaths of allegiance to the U.S. government signed by Richard Smithee, one dated 1862 and the other 1864.

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The First Presbyterian Church of Batesville, Arkansas was established in 1842 and has functioned continuously since that date. (Note: For more information on the history of the congregation see Virginia Fitzhugh Jeffery and Lucy Jeffery Yeager, A Rich and Lasting Blessing: A 150 Year History of the First Presbyterian Church of Batesville, Arkansas.)

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John P. Morrow Sr. (1877-1965) was a prominent citizen, merchant, and planter in Batesville throughout the first two-thirds of the 20th century. An 1896 graduate of Lyon (then Arkansas) College, Morrow served his alma mater as trustee for almost four decades and was president of the board during the last nine years of his life.

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