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Conservation of natural resources - Arkansas - Buffalo National River - Citizen participation; Environmental protection – Arkansas
Flyer created by the Buffalo River Improvement Association, proponents of damming the Buffalo River, describing an incident at the old Maumee Ferry site on the Buffalo River in April 1964, and listing six points about the Buffalo River dam issue
L'Alemant; Baudoeun; Bauné; Billet; Bonnefont; Bontemps; Boury; Boutin; Boyer; Brindamour; Carignont; Caune; Des Cauttraux; Cronier; Dauberville; Delino de Chalmette; Flamant; Francoeur; La Froray; Gagnette; Gaura; Guillaume; Jafrillon;...
Typed transcription and, in some parts, translation of the 1749 census. Document stems from the Loudon Papers at the Huntington Library. Document also refers to other Fench Lower Mississippi Valley events.
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Hays, Brooks; Hays, Brooks--Oratory; Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963--Correspondence;
Gebhardt & Kiefer Law Offices 21 Main Street Clifton, N.J. July 11,1962 Hon. John F. Kennedy President of the United States The White House Washington, D.C. Dear Mr. President: At a church service on a recent Sunday morning, I had the great...
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.