Arkansas: A Guide to the State

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ARKANSAS A GUIDE TO THE STATE

Compiled by Workers of the Writers' Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Arkansas

AMERICAN GUIDE SERIES ILLUSTRATED

Sponsored by C. G. HALL, Secretary of State, Arkansas HASTINGS HOUSE · Publishers · NEW YORK MCMXLI

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Illustrations xiii
  • Maps xvii
  • General Information xix
  • Calendar of Events xxv
  • Part I Arkansas: Past and Present 1
  • Arkansas Today 3
  • Natural Setting 6
  • Resources and Conservation 18
  • Archeology and Indians 25
  • History 34
  • Government 44
  • Transportation 50
  • Agriculture 58
  • Industry, Commerce, and Labor 67
  • Recreation 76
  • Religion 83
  • Education 87
  • Newspapers and Radio 93
  • Folklore and Folkways 97
  • Architecture 103
  • Literature 108
  • The Theater 115
  • Music 119
  • Handicrafts and Painting 124
  • Part Ii Cities and Towns 129
  • Blytheville 131
  • El Dorado 136
  • Fort Smith 142
  • Hot Springs 153
  • Jonesboro 164
  • Little Rock and North Little Rock 168
  • Pine Bluff 189
  • Texarkana 196
  • Part III Tours 201
  • Tour 2 220
  • Tour 3 238
  • Tour 4 255
  • Tour 5 268
  • Tour 6 285
  • Tour 7 289
  • Tour 8 296
  • Tour 9 306
  • Tour 10 324
  • Tour 11 331
  • Tour 12 *
  • Tour 12b 355
  • Tour 13 360
  • Tour I4 367
  • Tour 15 375
  • Tour 16 379
  • Tour 17 381
  • Part Iv Appendices 389
  • Chronology 391
  • Bibliography 397
  • List of Consultants 408
  • Map of Arkansas in Six Sections 413
  • Index 425
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