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    • Arkansas Through the Looking Glass of 1743 Documents

    • 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.
    • Census of Arkansas Post - 1723 (Transcription)

    • Barthelemy; Bourgais; Cantrelle; Code; Conard; Contanso; Couginart; Darabi; D’Arclon; D’Ovido; Dugué; Gabignon; Hachet; Hommar; Michel; Le Moine
    • 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...
    • Jonathan Apple

    • Apples; Fruit trees; Orchards; Plant varieties
    • Fruit medium, roundish conical; skin smooth, thin, tough, clear yellow almost completely covered with red, often dark red in the sun; dots small and inconspicuous; stem slender, medium to long in a deep, wide cavity; calyx closed; basin deep and...
    • Gideon, Lady Apple, and Jonathan Apples

    • Apples; Fruit trees; Orchards; Plant varieties
    • Gideon: "Fruit above medium to large. Form roundish sometimes inclined to conic, often slightly oblate, elliptical or broadly and obscurely ribbed; sides sometimes unequal, uniform in size and shape. Stem medium to rather long, curved towards one...
    • Gideon, Ben Davis, and Gano Apples

    • Apples; Fruit trees; Orchards; Plant varieties
    • Gideon:"Fruit above medium to large. Form roundish sometimes inclined to conic, often slightly oblate, elliptical or broadly and obscurely ribbed; sides sometimes unequal, uniform in size and shape. Stem medium to rather long, curved towards one...
    • Gano, Longfield, and Pewaukee Apples

    • Apples; Fruit trees; Orchards; Plant varieties
    • Gano: "Fruit medium to large, roundish to slightly oblong, slightly conical; skin smooth, yellow mostly covered with dark solid crimson; dots numerous (also said to be few), small, yellow or gray; stem medium length and slender in a wide, deep,...
    • Fameuse Apple

    • Apples; Fruit trees; Orchards; Plant varieties
    • "Fruit medium, roundish oblate; skin smooth, pale greenish yellow with faint red streaks in the shade but a deep red blush in the sun; stem quite slender and rather short in a narrow cavity, basin narrow, shallow; flesh very white, sometimes...
    • Fall Pippin Apple

    • Apples; Fruit trees; Orchards; Plant varieties
    • "Fruit large or occasionally very large, roundish to roundish oblate, sometimes slightly oblong, conical; skin thin, smooth, becoming clear yellow when ripe, sometimes faintly blushed; dots numerous (Downing says few), small, pale gray or russet,...
    • Twenty Ounce Apple

    • Apples; Fruit trees; Orchards; Plant varieties
    • "Fruit very large, roundish, sometimes slightly conical; skin thick, tough, greenish yellow washed and splashed with red (sometimes purplish red) and striped with carmine; dots small to large, grayish or russet; stem short to medium in a very deep,...
    • Talman's Sweet Apple

    • Apples; Fruit trees; Orchards; Plant varieties
    • "Fruit below to above medium, round; skin whitish yellow, sometimes faintly blushed, often roughened with faint russet, often with a suture line from the cavity to the basin; dots small, inconspicuous, pale yellow or russet; stem rather long and...
    • Suwanee Apple

    • Apples; Fruit trees; Orchards; Plant varieties
    • "Suwanee: Ripe Oct. Large size, pale yellowish green with russet dots. Flesh yellow, sub-acid, very good. Tree a vigorous grower. Originated in North Georgia." from transcript.
    • Stark, Wealthy, and Stayman's Winesap Apples

    • Apples; Fruit trees; Orchards; Plant varieties
    • Stark: "Fruit medium to large, roundish or oblong, conical, ribbed; skin yellowish green overlaid with dull red or purplish streaks and splashes, sometimes almost entirely red, often with a bloom; dots numerous, light brown and whitish; stem medium...
    • St. Lawrence Apple

    • Apples; Fruit trees; Orchards; Plant varieties
    • "Tender, fine-grained white flesh stained with red. Very good for eating; has a mild, pleasant flavor." Calhoun, Creighton L. Old Southern Apples. Blacksburg, Va: McDonald & Woodward Pub. Co., 1995. Print.

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