St. Louis, Iron Mountain, and Southern Railway Company; Little Rock & Fort Smith R.R. Co; Advertisements; Agriculture; Railroads; Arkansas
Advertisement, the broadside advertising lands owned by St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Railway and Little Rock & Fort Smith Railways for use in agriculture, specifically fruit-growing. Chromolithographic illustration depicts a hand holding...
Fruit varieties catalogs; Flower varieties catalogs; Trees varieties catalogs; Nurseries (Horticulture) catalogs;
Green cloth back boards portfolio in three parts, accordion folded, plates held together with pink cloth banding. Item illustrated with 144 colored plates, including 16 pouchoir, many chromolithographs (some finished by hand), some handcolored...
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...
Barthelemias; Douy; Du Fresne; Le Houx; Le Long; Mignon; Montpierre; Nogues; Poitevin; Thomas
Photocopy of transcription of a segment of the Louisiana Census of 1726 devoted to Arkansas Post by Sieur du Fresne, the Director. Document also contains information on the Black River, Mobile, Balize and Natchitoches inhabitants.
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.
Grand Prairie Historical Society Bulletin article that focuses on the Catholic Records of 1831-1853 in reference to Arkanasas Post. Numerous individuals related to the early Arkansas Post ancestors are listed.