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Arkansas -- History

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Albert Pike family papers, 1872-1901

Identifier: 2003-001
Scope and Contents Consists of 53 autograph and typescript letters and a variety of autograph and printed documents generated and/or received by the heirs of Albert Pike (Yvon and Lilian Pike) in their effort to receive monetary compensation for services rendered by Albert Pike in his capacity as legal counsel for the Choctaw Nation. Correspondents include Green McCurtain (Principal Chief of the Choctaw Nation), James K. Jones (U. S. Senator of Arkansas), Archibald S. McKennon (U. S. Department of the Interior,...
Dates: 1872 - 1901

Martin L. Goddard ephemera, 1851-1932

Identifier: 2004-003
Scope and Contents The Martin L. Goddard ephemera consists of account books, receipts, hand bills and product advertisements relating to a general merchandise store owned and operated by Goddard in Dutch Mills, Arkansas. Most of the material is addressed to Goddard; later receipts and bills of sale (c1920-1930) are addressed to C.W. Messicks, also of Dutch Mills, Arkansas. Among the papers is correspondence to Goddard from family members, friends, and colleagues.
Dates: 1851 - 1932