Integration; Blacks; African-Americans; Education; Little Rock Central High School; Orval Faubus; Violence
Chronology, originally appearing in the Arkansas Gazette, of the events preceding the calling out of the Arkansas National Guard to escort the nine African American students into Central High School. This chronology was included in the FBI report...
Integration; Desegregation; Little Rock Central High School; African-Americans; Blacks; Little Rock (Ark.); James Karam; Margaret Jackson; Mrs. Clyde Thompson; T.J. Thornton; Bert F. Wallace; Arthur J. Bickle; H.J. Caldwell; Wesley Pruden; Osro Cobb
Copy of memorandum issued by US Assistant Attorney General Warren Olney III calling for investigation of allegations made by Little Rock Mayor Woodrow W. Mann.
Integration; Desegregation; African-Americans; Blacks; Little Rock Central High School; Little Rock (Ark.); Emmett E. Miller; White Citizens Council; Hugh Lynn Adams; Mississippi County; Crittenden County; Amis Guthridge; William S. Clark; Ott...
FBI interview with Emmett E. Miller, president of Crittenden County White Citizens Council, regarding the actions of both he and his organization in the events surrounding the integration of Little Rock Central High School.
Integration; Desegregation; African-Americans; Blacks; Little Rock Central High School; Little Rock (Ark.); Judge Ronald N. Davies; Osro Cobb; Aaron v. Cooper
FBI report regarding hearing in Judge Davies' court that resulted in issuance of restraining order preventing Governor Orval E. Faubus from using Arkansas National Guard troops to bar black students from entering Little Rock Central High School.
Integration; Blacks; African-Americans; Education; Little Rock Central High School; Violence
FBI report summarizing the events from September 6 to October 2, 1957, relating to the first few days after nine black students integrated Central High School, with particular emphasis on threats and violence aimed at the students.
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.