1. January 12 Eastern Star, D.C.
2. January 13 Breakfast Club
3. January 25 Vienna, Virginia Lions Club Ladies Nite [sic]
4. February 3 ICL luncheon
5. February 6 Burrall Claas
6. February 7 FOA Conference – Land Grant College
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville -- Newspapers; African American newspapers -- Arkansas -- Fayetteville; Student newspapers and periodicals -- Arkansas -- Fayetteville; Fayetteville (Ark.) -- Newspapers; Washington County (Ark.) -- Newspapers
Billet; Duchassin; De Clouet; Francoeur; Imbeau; Lajeunesse; Marchand; Perthuis
Grand Prairie Historical Society Bulletin article focused on the Imbeau family, including Anselme Billet dit Lajeunesse and Louise Marchand. Further examines Jean Baptiste de Lajeunesse and other early Arkansas Individuals.
Photocopy of original 1723 Census of Arkansas Post. Town identified as Osotehouy, Arkansas; lists the workers of the Concession formerly under the leadership of John Law. Dorothy Jones Core's notes and handwritten transcriptions of the names are...
Photocopy of transcription of the 1723 Census of Arkansas Post. Town identified as Osotehouy, Arkansas; lists the workers of the Concession formerly under the leadership of John Law. Dorothy Jones Core's notes and handwritten transcriptions of the...
Barthelemias; Douy; Du Fresne; Le Houx; Le Long; Mignon; Montpierre; Nogues; Poitevin; Thomas
Segment of original 1726 Census of Louisiana which has been transcribed into a separate logbook. Segment is devoted to Arkansas Post as listed by Sieur Du Fresne, the Director. Document also contains information on the Black River inhabitants.
Baron; Baudoin; Bonnefont; Carignan; Duchassin; Cheval; Colleret; La Fleur dit Emmanuel; Flamant; Francoeur; Giscard dit Benoist; Grossilon dit Tourangeau; Guillaume Bienvenue; Imbeau; Lajeunesse; Mignon; Montcharvaux; Petit de Coulange; Le Pine;...
Grand Prairie Historical Society Bulletin article focused on miscellaneous documents of Arkansas Post from 1743. Numerous family names are revealed that otherwise would be absent given the lack of a 1743 census.