Arkansas History, 2017: A Selected Bibliography

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Arkansas History, 2017: A Selected Bibliography


Razer, Bob, The Arkansas Historical Quarterly


In an effort to be Inclusive, Arkansas history has been broadly defined in the compilation of this bibliography. Some materials, such as genealogical articles, government documents, and non-print productions have been omitted, however. Selected articles published in county historical society journals are included. Some older material that did not appear in previous bibliographies is also included here. The Arkansas Historical Quarterly is cited as A HQ.

Books

Alison, Charles Y. A Brief History! of Fayetteville, Arkansas. Charleston, SC: History Press, 2017.

Arnold, Morris S. The Arkansas Post of Louisiana. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 2017.

Campbell, Dencle. Murder in the County: 50 True Stories of the Old West. CreateSpace, 2017. [colorful history of Washington County]

Clinton, Hillary Rodham. What Happened. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2017.

Coon, Ken. Heroes and Heroines of the Journey: The Builders of the Modern Republican Party of Arkansas, 1964-2014. Little Rock: Arkansas Republican Party, 2017.

Demirel, Evin. African-American Athletes in Arkansas: Muhammad Ali 's Tour Black Razorbacks & Other Forgotten Stories. Self-published, 2017.

Devlin, Erin Krůtko. Remember Little Rock. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 2017.

Duckworth, Charles A. Down the Iron Mountain Route: A Pictorial Railroad History through Arkansas. Brookfield, MO: Donning Company Publishers, 2017.

Finney, Gladys Turner. Joseph Carter Corbin: Educator Extraordinaire and Founder of the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. Little Rock: Butler Center Books, 2017.

Gleason, Mildred Diane. Dardanelle and the Bottoms: Environment, Agriculture. and Economy in an Arkansas River Community, 1819-1970. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 2017.

Hibblen, Michael E. Rock Island Railroad in Arkansas. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2017. [Images of Rail series]

Hill, Elizabeth Griffin. Faithflil to Our Tasks: Arkansas 's Women and the Great War. Little Rock: Butler Center Books, 2017.

Lancaster, Guy, ed. Bidlets and Fire: Lynching and Authority in Arkansas, 1840-1950. Fayetteville: Lhiiversity of Arkansas Press. 2017.

Mahan, Russell. Abby Guy: Race and Slaveni on Trial in an 1855 Southern Court. Santa Clara, UT: Historical Enterprises, 2017. [Arkansas slave sues for her freedom]

McDonough, Jimmy. Sold Survivor: A Biography of Al Green. New York: Da Capo Press, 2017.

McKinnon, Duncan P. The Battle Mound Landscape: Exploring Space, Place, and History of a Red River Caddo Community in Southwest Arkansas. Fayetteville: Arkansas Archeological Survey, 2017.

McNeely, Robert. The Making of Hillary Clinton: The White House Years. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 2017.

Parrish, Susan Scott. The Flood Year 1927: A Cultural History. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2017.

Perkms, J. Blake. Hillbilly Hellraisers: Federal Power and Populist Defiance in the Ozarks. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 2017.

Randolph, Vance. The Ozarks: An American Survival of Primitive Society. Robert Cochran, ed. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 2017. [reprint]

Roth, Don. General J. O. Shelby at Clarendon. Arkansas: The Capture and Destruction of the U.S.S. Oueen Citv. Iowa City. IA: Camp Pope Publishing, 2017.

Rowe, Erin. An Ozark Culinary History: Northwest Arkansas Traditions from Corn Dodgers to SquirrelMeatloaf Charleston, SC: The History Press, 2017

Shannon, Jeff, ed. Shadow Patterns: Reflections on Fay Jones and His Architecture. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 2017.

Simons, Don R. Mount Magazine. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2017. [Images of America series]

Smith, Edwin. An Arkansas Florilegium: The Atlas of Botanist Edwin Smith Illustrated by Naturalist Kent Bonar. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 2017.

Sorenson, Brian. Arkansas Beer: An Intoxicating History. …

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