1 edition of Early history of Pike County, Arkansas found in the catalog.
Early history of Pike County, Arkansas
Includes bibliographical references (p. 230) and indexes.
|Statement||compiled by Pike County Heritage Club.|
|Contributions||Pike County Heritage Club (Ark.)|
|LC Classifications||F417.P5 E27 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||262 p. :|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||92160734|
The Gems of Pike County, Arkansas Pike Co gems v; Pike Co gems v; The Randolph County review v. 2, no. 1 (Jan. ) v. 2, no. 2 (June ) v. 2, no. 3 (Dec. ) The Saline The Saline: the quarterly publication of the Saline County History and Heritage Society. The Saline began publishing in and continued through Early history of Pike County, Arkansas: the first one hundred years / Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and indexes. Date: Book/Printed Material.
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Clark County, at its formation, embraced all of what is now Pike, Dallas, Hot Spring, Garland and part of what is now Saline and Montgomery Counties, but it has been divided and sub-divided until there is only square miles in the county, and that is one township larger than it was before the days of “Reconstruction” in the South. This book was written about the early settlers in what is now North Carolina. It seems that a Robert and Lillias Johnston moved into Salisbury, Rowan County, North Carolina in the same time frame that our Thomas Johnson would have been there. Kentucky. He is believed to be buried on Long Fork-(Pike County). The Will is located in Book A.
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An informative and historical overview of Pike County, Arkansas with 48 pages including 71 family biographies plus 36 different Pike County communities on 4 different maps.
Includes history and genealogy for the cities of Murfreesboro, Bills, Gentry, Nathan Village, New Hope, Rock Creek, Royston, Star of the West, Stellville, Wolf Creek, AR. The Pike County Archives & History Society.
The Pike County Archives and History Society was founded in and is a C3 tax-exempt, non-profit organization. The organization is dedicated to collecting and preserving materials which brings together the unique history of Pike County, Arkansas.
In Arkansas County, among the early prominent men who were active in the county’s affairs were Eli I. Lewis, Henry Scull, O. Thomas, T. Farrelly, Hewes Scull, A. Thetford and Lewis Bogy. The latter afterward removed to Missouri, and has permanently associated his name with the history of that State.
Pike County Arkansas' 25th county, it was formed on November 1, out of Clark and Hempstead counties. It was named for explorer, Zebulon Pike, who discovered Pike's Peak in Colorado. The first known residents of the area were the Native American tribes of Quapaw, Kadohadacho, and Cahinnio.
Pike County sports a greater geological diversity that any other part of the United States. It is also home to the Crater of Diamonds State Park, an ancient volcanic crater and the eighth largest diamond deposit in the world. This is the only site where the public can search and keep what they find.
Pre-European Exploration through Early European Exploration About million years ago, during. Glenwood (Pike County), on U.S. Highway 70 west of Hot Springs (Garland County), is nestled in a bend of the Caddo River with a spectacular view of Arkansas’s Ouachita lies in what was once rated as the “best timber country in western Arkansas” and was the home of Arkansas poet, journalist, and humorist, Graham Burnham, publisher of the Glenwood Newspress and the Houn’Dog.
Rosboro is an unincorporated community located in the northeastern corner of Pike County. It is five miles west of Amity (Clark County) and six miles east of Glenwood (Pike County).
During its heyday, Rosboro was a major operational center for the Caddo River Lumber Company in the Ouachita Mountains, placed in an area that was a vast virgin forest of short-leaf pine trees. The Arkansas State Archives has a wide variety of types of records. From this page you can search for county records, military records, maps, newspapers, land records, church records, manuscript materials on microfilm, and the State Archives' vertical and printed ephemera files.
Early History of Pike County, Arkansas the First One Hundred Years Hardcover – January 1, by Pike County Heritage Club (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Price: $ What Pike County, AR census records are available.
There are many types of census records for Pike County guide you in researching your family l Population Schedules are available for, (free index), (fragment),and Pike Co. Slave Schedules can be acquired for & Pike Co. Mortality Schedules can be obtained for. History of Pike county, Illinois; together with sketches of its cities, villages and townships, educational, religious, civil, military, and political history; portraits of prominent persons and biographies of representative citizens.
Van Buren County Historical Society. Groom's Marriage Index for Van Buren County, Arkansas LLS "A History of Van Buren County (Arkansas)." Ruby Neal Clark, Mae Shull Holloway, Eleanor Bowling Ryman, Alma Dean Stroud, River Road Press, Conway, Arkansas Description: General history of Van Buren County, Arkansas.
I also own the surname. Historical Maps of Arkansas are a great resource to help learn about a place at a particular point in as Maps are vital historical evidence but must be interpreted cautiously and carefully.
Arkansas Map Collections. The Arkansas State Highway Commission, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, prepared a complete set of Arkansas county maps entitled General. Get this from a library. Early history of Pike County, Arkansas: the first one hundred years.
[Pike County Heritage Club (Ark.);]. History Timeline [edit | edit source]. Emphasis for this timeline is on events that affected migration, records, or record-keeping. Unless otherwise mentioned, the events below were taken from the Pope County page on the website, The Encyclopedia of Arkansas History and Culture.
-- A temporary county seat was established at the home of John Balinger on the Arkansas River. The county was created by the act of November 1,out of territory taken from the counties of Clark and Hempstead. It was named for Lieut. Zebulon M.
Pike, who led an exploring expedition into the Southwest in the early part of the Nineteenth Century and discovered Pike. Pike County is a county located in the U.S.
state of of the census, the population The county seat is Murfreesboro. Pike County is Arkansas's 25th county, formed on November 1,and named for Lieutenant Zebulon Pike, the explorer who discovered Pikes is an alcohol prohibition or dry countyCongressional district: 4th. An informative and historical overview of Howard County, Arkansas with 77 pages including family biographies plus 34 different Howard County communities on 4 different maps.
Includes history and genealogy for the cities of Nashville, Mineral Springs, Dierks, Antimony City, Centre Point, Center Point, Picayune, Saratoga AR. Pike County Assessor's Office Beckie Alden Murfreesboro Office () Fax () "THE EARLY HISTORY OF PIKE COUNTY ARKANSAS" "The First One Hundred Years" This book contains over pages and has many photographs and interesting facts about early life in Pike County.
Now fully indexed. Price is $ and all proceeds got to PCAHS. The $ price includes postage. Don't miss this great bargain!. History. Pike County was made from part of Monroe County in It was named after Zebulon Montgomery Pike, explorer and army officer.
Geography. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of square miles ( km 2), of which square miles ( km 2) is land and square miles ( km 2) (%) is water. The entirety of Pike County is located in the Upper Congressional district: 3rd.The territory now comprehended in Scott County began to receive some of these squatters as early 16 asalthough it, had doubtless been visited by hunters from the settlements at Ft.
Smith, Dwight, Little Rock, and other points along the Arkansas River several years before.Diamonds in Arkansas A Brief Account of the Discovery and Investigation and the Official Reports on the Occurrence of Diamonds in Pike County Arkansas (Source: Google Books) Mines, Mining and Mineral Resources (Source: - the mineral and locality database).