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                                                               on state defense council (WWI), 2:117
P                                                              and visit of W. J. Bryan (1909), 11:333
                                                            Page, John Herbert, papers of, noted, 39:115n
P. G. T. Beauregard: Napoleon in Gray, by T. Harry
                                                            Page, John M., paper by, 55:320
           Williams, revd., 15:94–96
                                                            Page, Neal, Harrison, 8:286n
Pacaha (Indian village), visited by De Soto expedition,
                                                            Page, Otis D. (state land commissioner), Little Rock,
           2:144, 49:303–4, 306
                                                                       1:188
Pacaha Club, Helena, 55:76
                                                            Page, Mrs. Otis D., 9:223
Pacana (Miami leader), at Ark. Post (1789), 49:247
                                                            Page, Tate C. "Piney," Russellville, 42:393
Pace, Frank, Little Rock, 2:116, 7:177–78, 36:284
                                                               book by, noted, 36:97
   picture of, facing 36:288
                                                            Page, Thomas, Grant Co., 7:318
Pace, Jack (Ft. Smith mayor), 19:75, 175
                                                            Page, Walter Hines, 53:205
Pace, Kelly, Cummins Prison, 56:210–11, 214–15, 223,
                                                            Page, Will, Garland Co., 59:416–17
           224–25, 228–29
                                                            Page's Ferry, on Poteau River, 26:268
Pace, Lawrence, 56:228
                                                            Pague, Wilson, Union Co., 12:49
Pace, Lyda Winn, book by, noted, 45:357
                                                            Pagues, Delloss C. (CSA), 5:406
Pace, Thomas N. (USA)
                                                            Paheka (Quapaw leader), and hist. of Quapaw migration
   at battle of Helena (1863), 20:283, 286
                                                                       to Ark., 43:201
   at Pine Bluff, 23:292, 294, 298, 306
                                                            Paige, John, book by, noted, 47:389
Pace, Capt. W. F., Boone Co., 13:68
                                                            Paine, Capt. (CSA), 42:143–44, 147, 149
Pace, W. W., Ouachita Co., 22:112
                                                            Paine, David, 18:46
Pace Recording Co., 53:47
                                                            Paine, Jesse A., Jacksonport, 9:243
Pacific and Great Eastern Railway Company, 7:160
                                                            Paine, Thomas, 37:46
Pacific Coast Express, 34:248
                                                            Pain in Prevention: A History of Public Health in
Pacific Hotel, Little Rock, 35:6n
                                                                       Arkansas, cited, 59:324–25
Pack, John (CSA), Saline Co., 18:97
                                                            Painting (in Ark.), 3:325–37, 13:373–74, 53:33-41
Packer, Alfred, of Colo., 1:75
                                                            Paisley, Clifton, "The Political Wheelers and Arkansas'
Paddock, Dr. Charles (son of Dr. Charles B.),
                                                                       Election of 1888," 25:3–21
           Fayetteville, 10:376
                                                            Paisley, D. L. (ed., Ark. Teacher), 19:336
Paddock, Dr. Charles B., Fayetteville, 10:376
                                                               purchases Auvergne Acad., Jackson Co., 5:182
Paddock, Nancy (auth.), 46:376
                                                            Paisley, Emma Butler (Mrs. William Paisley), 44:182,
Paddock, Dr. Samuel F., Washington Co., 10:370–71,
                                                                       293, 45:175–76
           375–76
                                                               book of letters, noted, 44:182, 293
Paden, A., Ft. Smith, 29:250
                                                            Paisley, Mrs. Tom, Fayetteville, 37:105, 115, 117, 128
Paden, Thomas, Ft. Smith, 29:250
                                                            Paisley, William, 45:175–76
Padgett, W. B., Batesville, 11:21
                                                               book of his letters, noted, 44:182, 293
Padgett, W. R., Batesville, 13:142, 149
                                                            Pakenham, Thomas, books by, noted, 52:98
Pagan, Cheryl, Little Rock, 45:186
                                                            Pakis, George, Garland Co., 59:416
Pagan, John, quoted, 55:49
                                                            Palace Theater, Fayetteville, 31:183
Pagan, Mrs. Muggie, Union Co., 12:237n
                                                            Palarm, Faulkner Co., 48:153
Page, Earl, Little Rock, 1:90, 24:212, 26:49, 34:263
                                                               origin of name, 19:205
Page, Henry (state treas.), Pulaski Co., 1:72, 8:9n,
                                                               RR station at, 4:138, 15:149
           36:111
                                                            Palarm, Pulaski Co., 47:134
   and Ark. Deaf Mute Inst., 5:195
                                                            Palarm Creek, Faulkner Co., 4:278, 19:205, 42:28,
Page, James R. (prosecuting atty., 9th Circuit, 1871),
                                                                       48:153
           13:137n
                                                               attack on Hallie at (1874), 4:38, 14:191, 15:149–50
Page, John, Cushman, 36:140–41, 143, 153
                                                               early settlement along, 10:127, 130, 133
   picture of, facing 36:288
                                                               Lake Conway on, 12:107–8, 110
Page, John, Indian Terr., 57:335–36
                                                            Palestine, St. Francis Co.
Page, John, Warren, 46:60, 62, 64
                                                               art. on consolidated sch. at, 27:59–67
Page, Mrs. John, Warren, picture of, facing 36:136
                                                               pictures of sch. at, facing 26:60, 64
Page, John H., Little Rock
                                                            Palmer (steamboat capt. on White River), 8:141
   Jacksonport publisher, 9:241–42, 256
                                                            Palmer, A. Mitchell (U.S. atty. gen.), 37:106
   picture of, facing 36:288
                                                               and Ark. riots (1919), 33:177–78
   and state convicts, 8:185
                                                            Palmer, Clayton, Washington, 42:98
   state agriculture commissioner, 26:49
                                                            Palmer, Clyde Eber, Hot Springs, 36:184


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                                                   1942-2000
Palmer, Edward (Smithsonian archeologist), 3:304,                     Civil War: The Memoirs of W. G. D. Hinds,"
            47:193                                                    13:325–37
    cited on Ft. Desha, 26:8                              Panther Bluff, on Saline River, Howard Co., 2:341
    describes Turner Place (1891), 2:153                  Panther Creek, Newton Co., 37:211
    exploration of, in Ark. (1882), 3:305                 Panthers (in Ark.), 6:420, 11:218
    on location of Ark. Post of 1765, 2:154–55            Pantograph. See Little Rock Pantograph
    visits Toltec Mounds (1882), 13:228                   Panton, William, 56:144–45
Palmer, Mrs. Elno, Washington, 39:92                      Panttz, Henry, Bradley Co., 12:228
Palmer, George, 51:137–38                                 Pape, Ada, Ft. Smith, 9:316
Palmer, Dr. H. H., Helena, 51:145                         Pape, Annie. See Davis, Annie Pape (Mrs. T. C. Davis)
Palmer, H. K. (surgeon, Freedman's Hosp.), 1:72           Paper, Presses, and Profits: A History of the E. O.
Palmer, Capt. Henry A. (USA), at battle of Cane Hill                  Painter Printing Company, by Sidney Philip
            (1862), 46:270, 56:40, 55                                 Johnston, noted, 57:366
Palmer, Dr. Henry S., Osceola, 24:126                     Paper mills, at Crossett, 44:159, 48:34–56
Palmer, J. L. (mgr., Anthony House), Little Rock,         Papers Concerning Robertson's Colony, 42:303–4
            7:124, 23:264                                 Papers of Andrew Johnson: Volume 9, September 1865–
Palmer, Joe, 56:424                                                   January 1866, ed. Paul H. Bergeron, noted,
Palmer, John C., Helena, 34:129                                       51:99
    and Ark. Midland RR, 7:114                            Papers of Andrew Johnson: Volume 11, August 1866–
Palmer, John J., and Sulphur Rock Acad., 5:89–90                      January 1867, ed. Paul H. Bergeron, revd.,
Palmer, Dr. Marcus (Indian missionary), in Ark., 16:178               54:385–86
Palmer, Paul C., 33:60                                    Papers of Andrew Johnson: Volume 12, February–
    "Miscegenation as an Issue in the Arkansas                        August 1867, ed. Paul H. Bergeron, revd.,
            Constitutional Convention of 1868," 24:99–                56:108–9
            119                                           Papers of Andrew Johnson: Volume 16, May 1869–July
Palmer, Potter, Chicago, Ill., 38:23                                  1875, ed. Paul H. Bergeron, noted, 59:468
Palmer, Robert (AHA speaker), 47:366                      Papers of David Settle Reid, ed. Lindley S.Butler,
    picture of, facing 47:366                                         noted, 53:112
Palmer, Will, 15:213                                      Papers of Jefferson Davis, vol. 10, ed. Lynda Lasswell
Palmer's Arkansas Partisan Company, 25:63n                            Crist, Kenneth H. Williams, and Peggy L.
Palmetto, Ark., 35:239                                                Dillard, noted, 59:229
Palnik, Rabbi Elijah "Zeke," 57:58                        Papers of John C. Calhoun, vol. 1, ed. Robert Lee
Palo Pinto County, Tex., 38:181                                       Meriwether, revd., 19:184–86
Paltz, Mr., 48:146                                        "Papers of Samuel Evans of Ozark," ed. W. J. Lemke,
Pamplin, Robert, 44:167, 171–73                                       13:278–300
Panama, proclaims independence, 38:338–39                 Papers of William Alexander Graham, ed. Max R.
Panama Canal, 38:339, 39:152                                          Williams and Mary R. Peacock, noted,
Pancake, John S., 1777: The Year of the Hangman,                      52:200
            revd., 36:361–63                              Papers of Zebulon Baird Vance, ed. Joe A. Mobley,
Pane, Lt. (CSA), of Mo., buried at Fayetteville, 5:406                noted, 54:234
Pane, Thomas (CSA), of Mo., buried at Fayetteville,       Papili, Adele, 45:32
            5:406                                         Papili, Patricio, 45:31
Panel of American Women, 57:53–54                         Papillon, Jacques, 48:162
Pánfil de Narváez, 51:307                                 Papillon Creek, Crawford Co. (old name for Lee Creek,
Pangburn, Richard, book by, noted, 55:348                             according to A. Pike), 48:162
Pangburn, Searcy Co., 26:30, 286, 32:367                  Paquette, Robert Louis, book by, noted, 59:346
    and M&NA RR, 33:275                                   Paraclifta, Sevier Co., 10:60, 13:391, 14:159, 339,
Panic of 1837, 52:115                                                 17:58. See also Forks
Panics. See Depressions                                      AMA freedmen's sch. at, 30:254
Panimates (Chickasaw), 49:247                                book on, noted, 46:396
Panis Indians, 2:51                                          P. Clayton's militia in (1868), 20:346
Pankhurst, Emmeline, 15:38                                   early travels in, 30:167
Panola, Ark., 32:5                                           and Freedmen's Bureau, 50:158, 160, 163, 166–67,
Panorama Bluff, on White River, Benton Co., 13:157                    177, 194, 195
Panser, Nelson, of Earle, 47:210–11                          as Sevier Co. seat, 12:272
Panter, Bill, ed., "True Stories of Adventures of the     "Paraclifta to Marks' Mill: The Civil War


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            Correspondence of Lieutenant Robert C.          Paris, Logan Co., 3:193, 195–96, 5:313, 14:109, 111,
            Gilliam," ed. James J. Hudson, 17:272–302                   399, 32:354, 45:6–7, 47:278–79, 286
Paradox of Southern Progressivism, 1880–1930, by               coal mining near, 32:141–42
            William A. Link, revd., 52:350–52                  and RRs, 8:162
Paragould, Greene Co., 27:23, 32:213, 43:89                    seat of Sarber Co., 13:96
   African American pop. of (1940), 8:120                      telephone line at, 14:401
   banking restrictions in (1933), 39:255                      Claude Williams at, 32:366
   Crossing (early name of), 13:60                          Paris, Subiaco, and Eastern Railroad, 38:186
   factories in, 14:126                                     Paris and Dardanelle Railroad, Ft. Smith and, 7:162
   as Greene Co. seat, 13:61–62                             Paris Express-Progress, 4:80
   origin of name, 7:162, 184                               Parish, Louisa, Pine Bluff, 47:259
   and RRs, 7:162–63, 185–86, 31:282, 287                   Parish, Samuel C., Mt. Ida, play by, noted, 22:72
Paragould and Buffalo Island Railroad, 31:282, 287          Parish, W. N. (CSA), 4:113, 7:322
   J. B. Boykin (surveyor and atty. for, 1887), 31:282      Parish, W. N., Little Rock, 46:324
Paragould Daily Press and Soliphone, 11:140                 Park, Dewey, Dallas, Tex., 33:336
Paragould Pilgrim's Progress, 11:140                        Park, Elizabeth Allean (Mrs. S. J. Park), Cauthron,
Paragould Soliphone, 11:140                                             33:334
Paragould Southeastern Railway, 7:169, 185, 31:282,         Park, Faye (second wife of Hugh Park), Van Buren,
            287                                                         33:336
Parakeet, Carolina, 51:345                                  Park, Hugh, Van Buren, 11:221, 33:340, 39:184,
Parallel. See Fort Smith Parallel                                       43:282, 48:263
Paramore, J. W., St. Louis                                     and AHA, 3:93, 12:177, 20:192, 25:94–95, 26:189,
   and Ark. RRs, 7:156, 162, 183–84, 31:279–80, 282                     30:72, 267–68, 34:179
   locomotive named for, picture of, facing 31:278                  speaker, 23:189
Parchman, Lula, 47:201, 207–9, 211, 228                             permanent member, 33:340–41, 34:80, 35:93
Pardew, Kate (Ft. Smith city librarian, 1942), 1:99            AHQ printer, 27:261, 32:379, 55:169–70, 171
Parette, Bill (AHA permanent member), Fayetteville,            Ark. Hist. Comm. member, 31:77
            39:184                                             "The Arkansas River Floods of 1943," 2:202–13
Parette, Bob (AHA permanent member), Little Rock,              art. on, 33:334–36
            39:184                                             awarded AHA Certificate of Distinguished Service,
Parette, Charles, 25:180                                                32:375
Parette, Elmer E., Morrilton, 36:295, 37:85                    "The Birthplace of Cyrus Adler Is Marked," 26:301–
   and AHA, 29:377, 32:23, 33:255, 340, 35:188,                         9
            37:358, 41:191, 344                                book by, noted, 36:76–77, 97–98
        board member, 31:376, 38:279–80, 379, 39:89,           Cephas Washburn's Reminiscences of the Indians,
            181, 263, 336, 354, 43:91                                   ed., 14:183–84
        permanent member, 28:194                               "Clara Bertha Eno," 10:113–15, 26:188–89
   Conway Co. Hist. Soc., 24:187                               Crawford Co. Heritage, resigns as ed. of, 20:197
Parette, Howard P. (AHA permanent member), Pine                and Goodspeed's History of Green County, reprints
            Bluff, 39:89                                                of, 23:86
Parham, Antigone, Dallas Co., 42:77                            "James Harris Atkinson," 32:370–80
Parham, Dr. E. H. M., Dallas Co., family of, 42:53, 55,        letter to, from W. L. Brown, 26:193
            65, 72, 82, 138, 140, 142–43, 155, 157, 161        named co. hist., Crawford Co., 15:274
Parham, John, St. Francis Co., 38:251                          Pea Ridge Battlefield Comm. member, 16:327,
Parham, R. Bruce, co-comp., "Arkansas County and                        19:77
            Local Histories: A Bibliography," 36:50–84,        pictures of, facing 22:182, 25:283, 27:260
            294                                                Schoolcraft in the Ozarks, ed., revd., 14:394–95
Parham, R. H., Little Rock, 20:305, 307                        "Ted R. Worley," 28:86–92
Parham, Ray, Camden, 20:187                                    "Twenty-Five Years as Printer of the Quarterly,"
Parham, W. C., 40:306                                                   26:185–93
Parins, James W.                                               Van Buren Press-Argus ed., 17:304
   book by, noted, 54:495                                      "Your Historical Association Has Another
   John Rollin Ridge: His Life and Works, revd.,                        Birthday," 12:front
            51:181–82                                       Park, J. M., Cabot, 11:152n, 154n, 162n
Paris, Fr. August Simon, 48:238–39, 241–42                  Park, J. M., Jr., "The Evolution of an Industry," 11:151–
Paris, Greene Co., 13:57, 60                                            63


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Park, James C., Little Rock, 33:334, 336                    Parker, Mary O'Toole (Mrs. Isaac C. Parker), 14:85,
Park, Ruie Ann (first wife of Hugh Park), Van Buren,                    31:58, 41:359
            17:304–5, 26:131n                                  picture of gravestone of, facing 47:17
Park, Sam Hugh (son of Hugh), Ft. Smith, 33:336             Parker, Mich (CSA), of Tex., 20:383
   AHA speaker, 30:267                                      Parker, N. R., 31:218
Park, Samuel John, Cauthron, 33:334                         Parker, Nikki, Logan Co., 47:194, 49:99
Park, Tim, Little Rock, 44:189                              Parker, R. F. (CSA), in 1st Ark. Inf., 35:88
Park, W. C., 59:381                                         Parker, Ray K., 42:376
Parkdale, Ashley Co., 5:327, 43:338, 45:91                  Parker, Raymond, Canehill, picture of, after 35:248
Parke, Frank, Ft. Smith, 14:214                             Parker, Rebecca, wins award, 48:352
Parke, Frank, Jr., Ft. Smith, 14:214                        Parker, S. G. (CSA), in 6th Ark. Inf., 13:131
Parke, Niki, Logan Co., 46:207                              Parker, Theodore (abolitionist), 41:38–39
Parker, Albert H., 59:66                                    Parker, Tom, 56:338
   murder of, by KKK at Searcy (1868), 31:158–60            Parker, Walter, 28:50
Parker, Allegra Willis, 43:3, 4                             Parker, William (USA), 54:262
Parker, Alton Brooks, 7:201, 27:306                         Parker-Woolridge-Banks-Wells House, Pine Bluff,
Parker, Bonnie, 56:399–426 passim                                       40:90
Parker, Charles, of Stephens, nominated for state auditor   Park Hill, Cherokee Nation, 44:272–74
            (1934), 3:232                                      letters from (1868–69, 1872), 40:55–57, 68–70, 77–
Parker, Charles A. (CSA), 5:408                                         78
Parker, Daniel (U.S. adj. gen.), letter to, from Gov.          John Ross (Cherokee leader), home of, 24:321,
            Miller (1820), 19:23                                        25:61, 82, 30:340–41
Parker, Edgar B., Conway, 8:134n, 10:117                    Parkhurst, Liz Smith (Mrs. Ted Parkhurst), Little Rock
Parker, Ely S. (peace comm. member, 1865), at Ft.              AHA membership chmn., 42:308, 43:343–44
            Smith, 8:109                                       The Arkansas Traveller: Adapted for Today's
Parker, Emma, Logan Co., 41:99, 42:97                                   Readers, noted, 41:358
Parker, Ernest Arthur, Benton, 36:221                          text of book by, 42:378
Parker, Fitzhugh, Palestine, 27:65                          Parkhurst, Ted (dir., August House), Little Rock, 43:88
Parker, Frank M. (CSA), in 1st Ark. Inf., 35:58, 88            AHA member chmn., 42:305, 43:343–44
Parker, Glynnis (dir., Bicentennial Comm.), Little Rock,    Parkin, Cross Co., 27:84, 43:338
            32:98, 33:252–53, 34:277                           and RRs, 39:274
Parker, H. D., Little Rock, 7:129                           Parkin site, 51:318, 320–21
Parker, Henry, at battle of Shiloh (1862), 1:253            Parkin, William, 52:79, 53:93
Parker, Herbert, and Ark. Soc. for Crippled Children,       Parkman, Francis, 49:232
            5:371                                           Parks, Adaline, Canehill. See Quesenbury, Adaline
Parker, Judge Isaac Charles, Ft. Smith, 5:59–62, 11:61,                 Parks (Mrs. William Minor Quesenbury)
            65, 27:8, 30:265, 39:110, 45:188, 352, 46:22,   Parks, Carl, 45:11
            309, 401, 59:74–75                              Parks, Davis A., Pine Bluff, 37:248
   addresses Ft. Smith Library Assoc., 55:74                Parks, J. P. A. (Washington Co. del. to secession conv.),
   art. on, noted, 34:181                                               12:207, table facing 13:184
   arts. on, 5:58–77, 14:85–89, 31:57–74, 47:3–28,          Parks, James M., Cabot, 45:82
            49:199–213                                      Parks, John (CSA), picture of, at 34th Ark. Inf. reunion,
   books on, noted, 11:61n, 36:76–77, 97–98, 42:185,                    facing 33:112
            384; revd., 10:297–99                           Parks, Laban, Independence Co., 15:294
   courtroom of, Ft. Smith, 15:273, 39:184–85, 42:93,       Parks, Mrs. Laban, Independence Co., 15:294–95
            356                                             Parks, Lucille, Dardanelle, 15:275
        pictures of, facing 31:64, 47:16                    Parks, Nancy. See Bean, Nancy Parks (Mrs. Mark Bean)
   pictures of gravestone of, facing 47:17                  Parks, Rosa, 59:79–80
   pictures of, facing 31:65, 42:cover, 47:16, 17           Parks, Susan, 47:92
   thesis on, noted, 47:9n                                     "Comics and Candidates," coauth., 51:247–63
Parker, J. B., Ft. Smith, 14:214                               paper by, 50:296
Parker, J. W., Hot Springs, 43:138                          Parks, Rep. Tillman Bacon, Lewisville, in Cong. (1921–
Parker, Jessie Mae, 1:93                                                37), 29:12, 297
Parker, John, in 20th Ark. Inf., 12:367                     Parks, W. P., and title to land at Texarkana, 5:342, 344
Parker, John C., Yell Co., 57:322                           Parks, W. P. "Buck," Lafayette Co., 36:114–16
Parker, Mary Elizabeth, Little Rock, 44:132                    Greenback party candidate for gov., 19:278, 26:201n


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Parks, Walter (CSA), picture of, at 34th Ark. Inf.        Parsons, E. C., Batesville, 3:138
           reunion, facing 33:112                         Parsons, Eleanor, of Ohio, 34:333n
Parks, Scott Co., 34:137                                  Parsons, Elise C., book by, noted, 52:201
Parks Cemetery, Washington Co., 42:381                    Parsons, Floyd (supt., Little Rock schs.), 38:317
Parks family, Prairie Grove, papers of, 48:382            Parsons, G. M., and Fayetteville Temperance Soc.,
Park's Station (on Butterfield Overland Stage Line),                  3:175–77
           south of Fayetteville, 15:71, 17:236           Parsons, Jack (Ark. showman), El Dorado, 33:211
Parler, Mary Celestia (Mrs. Vance Randolph), 9:224,       Parsons, Ken, Jr., Redfield, 46:204, 47:89, 193
           10:218, 14:284, 44:6, 7                           picture of, facing 47:366
   papers of, 43:280, 48:295                              Parsons, Lynn Hudson, book by, noted, 57:367
Parmalee, L. R., Helena, 20:95n                           Parsons, Mary (Shiloh Museum), 45:285
Parman, Donald L.                                         Parsons, Gen. Mosby Monroe (CSA), of Mo., 7:63, 65,
   Indians and the American West in the Twentieth                     22:226, 24:134, 26:125, 129, 33:110, 134,
           Century, revd., 54:93–95                                   38:137n, 138, 42:83n, 135, 160
   "Riding Circuit in Arkansas, 1844–1845: An                delayed in getting from La. to Ark. (1864), 20:4–5
           Excerpt from the Autobiography of Reverend        at Des Arc (1863), 7:87
           William Graham," 57:309–39                        at Helena (1863), 2:173, 20:266, 274–75, 281, 284–
Parmley, Greene Co., 13:60                                            86, 290, 295, 297
Parnell, Gov. Harvey, Dermott, 40:351, 42:333, 337,          at Jenkins' Ferry (1864), 20:4–5, 9–13
           340, 45:115, 59:21, 22                            at Prairie Grove (1862), 19: 126, 128, 132, 138–39
   appt. Ark. State Plant Board, 26:57–58                    returns from Miss. to Ark. (1862), 32:306
   appt. H. Caraway to U.S. Sen., 25:117                  Parsons, Gen. William Henry (CSA), of Tex., 46:46, 48,
   denies occurrence of food riot at England, Lonoke                  50, 52, 57n, 52:138–39, 141, 144–46, 148,
           Co. (1931), 29:10                                          150, 152, 270–71
   and Great Depression, 29:292, 294, 297, 302–3, 305,       Tex. cav. brig. of, 19:120, 24:171, 54:249
           307–9                                                 books on, revd., 27:74–76, 49:86–87
   and elec. of 1933, 36:159, 160n, 161–62, 166n          Partain, Dave, Van Buren, 19:6n
   est. State Comm. on Unemployment, 37:25                Parthenon, Newton Co.
   nomination for gov., 3:227, 232                           acad. at, 45:63
   opposition to, 57:138                                         picture of, facing 45:64
   and sch. reform, 46:111–12, 115                        Partial History of the Greathouse Family, by Jack
   and Ark. Soc. for Crippled Children, 5:361                         Murray Greathouse, revd., 13:307
   speeches of, noted, 45:353                             Partisan Ranger Act, 52:261–62
   and tax plan, 46:112, 118n, 127–28, 130–31             Partisan rangers (CSA), 24:128, 133, 25:93, 232–33,
   vetoes const. conv. bill (1931), 34:3                              32:303–4, 309. See also Bushwhackers;
Parnell, Margaret Lynn, Ft. Smith, 18:50                              Guerrillas and guerrilla warfare; Jayhawkers
Paron, Saline Co., 36:220                                 Partisans of the Southern Press: Editorial Spokesmen of
Parr, William, Harrison, 52:418                                       the Nineteenth Century, by Carl R. Osthaus,
Parras, Mex., Ark. troops at (1846), 26:371                           revd., 54:222–23
Parrington, J. L., Union Co., 12:245                      Parve, Joe, Cherokee Reserve of Ark., 31:169
Parrish, James R., Helena, 13:9                           Pascagoula Indians, in Red River valley, 37:170, 174
Parrish, John, North Little Rock, 11:205                  Paschal, Chandler, 50:133
Parrish, Margaret Massie. See Rutherford, Margaret        Paschal, George Washington, Van Buren, 46:5
           Massie Parish (Mrs. Archibald H.                  addresses Fayetteville Temperance Soc. (1841),
           Rutherford)                                                3:174
Parrish, T. Michael, Richard Taylor: Soldier Prince of       agent for Far West Seminary, 29:353–54
           Dixie, revd., 52:90 91                            and A. H. Arrington, 14:323–26, 341
Parrish family, Yell Co., 43:84                              in Austin, Tex., 5:396
Parrott, Rep. John, of N.H., and Mo. controversy, 24:59      law partner of, murdered (1843), 14:323
Parrott v. Mimmo (1873), 46:18                            Paschal, Roy G., Little Rock, 4:265
Parry, Janine A., "'What Women Wanted': Arkansas          Paschal, W. N., Magnolia, 5:79
           Women's Commissions and the ERA,"              Paschal, Mrs. W. N., book comp., noted, 36:57
           59:265–98                                      Pass, Dora, 16:80
Parsell, Thomas, Little Rock, 46:319                      Passailaigue, Edward P. (Camp Pike officer, 1919),
   and 49ers, 6:3n, 31n, 74                                           33:181–85
Parsons, C. B. (actor), 23:174                            Passarelli, L. A., 49:52


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Passion Play, 59:431–32, 434                               Patterson, Georgie, Dallas Co. See Burnett, Georgie
Pasta Waditte (Clay of the Scratchy Nose), 40:227                      Patterson (Mrs. S. K. Patterson)
Pastor, Alejo (Spanish soldier), at Ark. Post, 1:301–2,    Patterson, Harry, Canehill, picture of, following 35:248
            2:263, 266, 40:24–26, 30                       Patterson, Hawkins (settler at Pryor's Bluff, 1826),
Pastoria levee, 43:328, 333                                            5:333, 12:228–29
Pastoria Plantation, 50:10                                 Patterson, Hugh B. (ed. and publ., Ark. Gazette), Little
Patch, Andrew J. (USA), 40:243                                         Rock, 42:269, 45:281
Pat Cleburne (steamboat), 1:353                                    papers of, noted, 47:90
Pat Cleburne: Confederate General, by Howell and           Patterson, Hugh B., Jr., Little Rock, 44:195
            Elizabeth Purdue, revd., 32:282–83, 37:88–     Patterson, J. B., Benton Co., 7:76
            89                                             Patterson, Capt. J. C. (CSA), Yellville, in 14th Ark. Inf.,
Pate, Albert, Cummins Prison, 56:210, 214                              16:94
Pate, Bob, Conway Co., 52:378, 381, 393–95, 397            Patterson, J. H. (Van Buren Co. del. to secession conv.),
Pate, J. Vandiver, Polk Co., 21:62, 71                                 table facing 13:184
Pate, Jeremiah, Washington, 17:338                         Patterson, James H., Augusta
Pate, W. W., 1:92                                              Jackson Co. del. to secession conv., table facing
Patee, Dr. E. S. (USA), 47:358, 360                                    13:184
Patent medicines (in early Ark.), 4:244, 10:91–93,             Know-Nothing pres. elector (1856), 34:297
            11:91, 94. See also Medicine                       Independence Co. slaveholder (1850), 12:66
Patent Model Museum, Ft. Smith, 42:357                     Patterson, James H., Independence Co., 43:102, 121
Paterson, Capt. (Memphis ferry operator, 1870), 15:220     Patterson, James T., Mr. Republican: A Biography of
Path Killer (Cherokee leader), 23:133–35                               Robert Taft, revd., 32:283–85
"Paths of Glory," ed. W. J. Lemke, 15:344–59               Patterson, Jim (settler at Pryor's Bluff, 1826), 5:333
Paths of Our Children, by George Sabo III, noted,          Patterson, John (early Lee Co. settler), 2:367, 8:166,
            51:288                                                     170
Patillo, Lois, 43:275                                      Patterson, John, Pulaski Co., Civil War letters of, noted,
Patillo, Solomon P., 54:316                                            17:211
Patman, Wright, of Tex., 54:11                             Patterson, Louise H., Little Rock, 48:206
    on 1930 drought sufferers, 29:4                        Patterson, Marshall H. (state sen. from Cross and
Patmos, Hempstead Co., 30:213n, 224                                    Woodruff cos.), 35:21–22, 41:33
Patria Plantation, 50:10, 15, 26                           Patterson, P. M., and M&LR RR, 23:261
Patrick, G. L. (49er), Clarksville, 6:75                   Patterson, Robert, Natchez, Miss., 30:111, 48:28
Patrick, J. W. (49er), Clarksville, 6:75                       at Hot Springs (1841), 14:18
Patrick, Mary S. Belknap, DeWitt, 18:166                       settler at Pryor's Bluff (1826), 5:333
"Patrick Cleburne, Hero from Helena," by Ethel Linder,     Patterson, Ruth Polk, Little Rock, 36:295, 39:355,
            4:307–14                                                   41:192, 366, 42:393, 43:190
Patriot. See Little Rock Patriot                               AHA speaker, 46:380
Patriotism for Profit: Georgia's Urban Entrepreneurs           book by, noted, 56:249
            and the Confederate War Effort, by Mary A.         No Share in the Harvest, 1803–1865, noted, 45:187
            DeCredico, noted, 50:213–14                        papers of, 48:297, 367
Patrons of Husbandry, 38:57. See Granger movement              The Seed of Sally Good'n: A Black Family of
Patsy (slave of Gant family), Union Co., 17:218–20                     Arkansas, 1833–1953, revd., 45:171–73
Patterns—A Social History of Camden, noted, 46:90          Patterson, S.E., 38:261
Patterns—A Social History of Camden, Vol. II, noted,       Patterson, T. E. "Pat," History of the Arkansas Teachers
            47:388                                                     Association, noted, 40:275
Patterson, Arch (CSA), Saline Co., 18:197, 32:76           Patterson, Thomas J., Écore Fabré, 5:333
Patterson, Ben (African American org. of cotton pickers'   Patterson, Vina, Fayetteville, 33:311, 314–15
            strike, 1891), Lee Co., 32:114–17              Patterson, W. D. (Palestine sch. trustee), 27:66
Patterson, Beverly, rev., 59:452–53                        Patterson, W. W., Pittsburg, Kans., 37:104
Patterson, Bill, Perry Co., 57:379                         Patterson, William (early Helena settler and min.), 13:1,
Patterson, Carrick, Little Rock, 45:281                                31:356
Patterson, D. Palmer, Little Rock, 6:356                   Patterson, Col. William K. (CSA), Jacksonport, cmdr.
Patterson, Dan, Searcy Co., 52:420                                     8th Ark. Inf., 9:249, 31:241
Patterson, Dilla, 40:84                                    Patterson Building, Osceola, 53:92, 55:98–99
Patterson, Frank, 48:246, 53:69                            Patterson family (settlers along North Fork of Fourche
Patterson, George M., 40:84                                            de Thomas), 4:353


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Patterson's Bluff, Logan Co., 24:177, 40:179                 Paxton, Hansford (Sevier Co. slaveholder), 12:66
Patti, Adelina, concert of, at Hot Springs, 9:328            Paxton, J. R. (49er), 6:79
Pattillo, Melba, Little Rock, 56:274-75, 57:185              Paxton, Dr. Joseph, Hempstead Co., 24:71
Pattison, Thomas (USA), at Pea Ridge (1862), 20:86           Paxton, Joseph (surveyor), 44:205, 208, 211, 213n
Patton, Adell, Jr.                                           Payne, Adelia (Mrs. Eugene B. Payne), 49:4n
    "The 'Back-to-Africa' Movement in Arkansas,"             Payne, Betty and Oscar, book by, noted, 14:77
            51:164–77                                        Payne, Brodie (auth., UA Alma Mater), 6:439, 30:15, 29
    book by, noted, 55:350                                   Payne, Bryant (49er), Clarksville, 6:75
    paper by, noted, 43:341                                  Payne, Charles M.
Patton, Benjamin, Little Rock, and saline lands, 32:329         I've Got the Light of Freedom: The Organizing
Patton, E. C., art. on, 6:344–50                                        Tradition and the Mississippi Freedom
Patton, Rev. Franklin, Dardanelle, 10:180, 12:275                       Struggle, ed., revd., 55:331–33
Patton, Fred, hist. of Ft. Smith by, noted, 11:61n              quoted, 56:273
Patton, Gen. George S., Jr., art. on staff officer of,       Payne, David, 47:20
            6:344–50                                         Payne, Dorothy, book by, noted, 47:297
Patton, H. C., 54:414, 416                                   Payne, Elizabeth A., 48:94, 377
Patton, Harriet. See Baxter, Harriet Patton (Mrs. Elisha     Payne, Eugene B. (USA), 49:3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 11, 16
            Baxter)                                             picture of, facing 49:17
Patton, James A. (CSA), buried at Fayetteville, 5:409        Payne, George, Little River Co., 14:227
Patton, Nell, Benton Co., 18:200                             Payne, Harriett, DeWitt, 58:31
Patton, Otis, and sch. for blind, 5:196, 8:38, 82–83         Payne, Isaac, 29:369–70
Patton, W. B., Ashley Co., 16:68                             Payne, Jack, Benton Co., 7:76
Patton, W. Hardy (CSA), of Miss., 12:367                     Payne, Jewell, Little Rock, 57:171
Patton, Walter, Alma, 56:405, 422                            Payne, John Barton, 39:310
Patton, Walter, Jr., Alma, 56:403                               Nat. Red Cross chmn., 29:9, 11–12, 15, 17, 115
Patton, Dr. William Ernest, Little Rock, 42:26               Payne, John W.
Patton, William Frasier (CSA officer), Benton Co.,              paper by, noted, 14:75, 177–78
            records of, noted, 16:405                           "Poor Man's Pedagogy: Teachers' Institutes in
Patton, William Jesse, Washington Co., and state                        Arkansas," 14:195–206
            horticulture soc., 34:248                           revs., 13:112–14, 308–10, 14:185–86
Patton's Mill, Benton Co., 14:67                                "Samuel Preston Moore's Letters to William E.
Patty, Allen (CSA), 2:174                                               Woodruff," 15:228–48
Patty, Barbara (pres., TASC), 55:97, 59:232                  Payne, Laud M., books by, noted, 36:56–57
Patty, Eli, 13:289                                           Payne, Romulus, Chicot Co., 12:66
Patty, L. D., Little Rock, 5:23n                             Payne, Ruth Holt
Paul, Alice (suffragist), at Little Rock, 15:38, 59:277         booklet by, noted, 36:81
Paul, Jim, 44:356                                               A History of the Holt Family in Washington County,
Paul, John M., Bauxite, 23:343                                          Arkansas, revd., 19:283–84
Paul, Richard, 29:378                                        Payne, Shelby, Benton Co., 13:107
Pauley School, Little River Co., 14:137                      Payne, Sonny (radio announcer), 53:78
Paul Green's War Songs: A Southern Poet's History of         Payne, T. J., Austin, 34:242
            the Great War, 1917–1920, noted, 53:257          Payne, Titus, 29:371
Paul Jones (steamboat), on Red River, 20:247                 Payne, Tom, Little River Co., 14:227
Paulson, Alan C., Roadside History of Arkansas, revd.,       Payne, Virginia Clair, 4:265
            58:203–4                                         Payne, William C., 37:245
Paup, John W., Hempstead Co., 12:66                          Payne, William E. (CSA), Saline Co., 18:197, 31:351,
Pavon, Miguel, 40:26n, 27n                                              32:74
Pavon, Nicolás, 40:26n, 27n                                  Payne family, noted, 14:387
Pawnee Indians, 1:49, 19:96, 100, 42:323                     "Pay of Troops and Confederate Morale in the Trans-
    in Red River valley, 58:94                                          Mississippi West," by Harry N. Scheiber,
Pawnee Pik Indians, 37:339                                              18:350–65
Pawnee River (erroneous name for Ark. River), 15:257         Payton, John (Little Rock African American leader,
Paxton, Augustus, 50:173                                                1867), 33:3
Paxton, David, Hempstead Co., 39:163n                        Payton, John W., 54:332, 345
Paxton, H. H. L., 50:183                                     Payton, Noble, 55:288, 290
Paxton, H. L., Little River Co., 14:150–52                   Peabody, George, and M&LR RR, 7:124


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                                                   1942-2000
Peabody College for Teachers, Nashville, Tenn., 40:327               43:355, 45:256, 49:325, 50:153, 154, 155,
Peabody Fund, 14:196–99, 19:329, 31:254, 257                         156
Peabody Hall, UA, 30:26                                      and Ark. State Troops (1861), 14:65–66, 69,
Peabody Normal, Morrilton, reminiscence of, by V. C.                 15:360n, 21:244, 22:239, 24:319–20, 322,
           Barnett, 16:105–6                                         324–25, 328, 330, 334–35, 26:76–77, 79–81,
Peabody School, Little Rock, 3:322, 4:280, 13:302                    84–86, 91, 33:102
   W. Lewis (Rev. War soldier), site of burial of, 1:58      chief of commissary for Gen. B. McCulloch, 34:345
   records of, noted, 13:393                                 camp of, on Beaty's Prairie, 3:183
Peace, Emmett, Magnolia, 11:14                               commandant of Ft. Smith and Van Buren, 37:153
Peaceful Valley (community in Bauxite), 27:345               CSA quartermaster at Ft. Smith (1862), 26:127
Peace Links, 45:366, 54:77                                   and Granger movt., 4:342
   records of, 48:297, 367                                   at Neosho, Mo., 17:121
Peace movement, during Vietnam War, noted, 32:386            at Wilson's Creek (1861), 6:182, 15:360–64
Peace Pathways. See Camp Magnolia Peace Pathways          Pearce, V. (49er), Little Rock, 6:74
Peace Societies, 52:290–91, 295, 302                      Pearce families, 43:355
Peace Society. See Arkansas Peace Society                 Pea Ridge, battle of (1862), 2:168, 309, 3:9, 351, 4:15,
Peace to Their Ashes: Arkansas Confederates in the                   6:181–83, 7:68, 10:367–68, 11:224, 12:368,
           Western Theater, by James Willis, 55:465                  15:9–10, 12, 14, 132, 351, 18:68, 71, 74–75,
Peach Orchard, Clay Co., 3:38–40                                     85, 104, 200, 22:142, 157, 23:262–63,
   baseball in, 54:419                                               24:221n, 26:87–88, 27:77, 137–38, 28:254,
Peach Orchard Bluff, 27:135                                          259n, 30:342, 31:38, 32:298, 33:102, 119n,
Peach Orchard Hill, Woodruff Co., 43:338                             151n, 37:165, 38:75n, 41:91, 204, 44:188,
Peacher, Paul D. (Crittenden Co. deputy sheriff), Earle              45:252, 46:47–48, 168–70, 173, 179, 181,
   art. on, 52:426–51                                                267, 48:270, 309–10, 312, 317, 324, 325,
   convicted of peonage, 32:358                                      327n, 328, 366, 371, 49:137, 142, 146, 147,
Peaches, 12:31–32, 13:266, 26:64–65, 34:253, 259, 264,               160, 52:129, 245, 248, 261, 54:241, 309, 312,
           43:99, 100n, 108, 120                                     56:27, 57:261. See also Elkhorn Tavern
Peacock, Mary R., book by, noted, 52:200                     account of, in Ark. Hist. Comm., 16:105
Peak, Eveline M., Chicot Co. See Faulkner, Eveline M.        art. on, noted, 44:178
           Peak (Mrs. Sandford C. Faulkner)                  art. on background of, 17:119–31
Peak, Frank, Chicot Co., 59:160                              art. on centennial of (1962), 21:160–65
Peak family, Chicot Co., 14:301–2                            art. on CSA diary of, 15:344–59
Peake, E. Steele (USA), 52:333–34                            art. on Elkhorn Tavern at site of, 21:3–15
Peake, James S. (Chicot Co. slaveholder), 12:67,             art. on first day of, 17:132–54
           59:170–71                                         art. on letter of veteran of, 6:462–71
Peake, Robert, Chicot Co., 59:169                            art. on newspaper accounts of, 54:359–75
Peanut industry (in Ark., 1941), 1:180                       art. on A. Pike and atrocities at, 38:345–59
Pearce, Judge James M., 42:30                                art. on F. Sigel and, 50:249–70
Pearce, John (early Craighead Co. Bapt. min.), 5:165         art. on Gen. W. Y. Slack at, 10:233–37
Pearce, John Ed, book by, noted, 54:107                      arts. on, 15:3–16, 20:74–94, 52:205–22
Pearce, Larry Wesley                                         ballad on, 9:92–93
   "The American Missionary Association and the              Rev. W. Baxter's account of, 15:349–50
           Freedmen's Bureau in Arkansas, 1863–              E. Bearss helps develop nat. park for, 15:273
           1878," 30:123–44                                  Bentonville and, 15:7–9, 15
   "The American Missionary Association and the              books on, noted, 36:52–53, 79; revd., 16:111–12,
           Freedmen's Bureau in Arkansas, 1866–                      52:194–96
           1868," 30:242–59                                  John W. Brown (hist., NPS), 21:79, 81, 178
   "The American Missionary Association and the              CSA arty. at, 22:241–50
           Freedmen's Bureau in Arkansas, 1868–              description of site of, 20:86n
           1878," 31:246–61                                  Eureka Springs and, 5:301–3
   "Enoch K. Miller and the Freedmen's Schools,"             Indian troops at, 8:107
           31:305–27                                         Pres. Lincoln receives news of, 11:223
   paper by, noted, 29:378                                   maps of, following 18:56, facing 20:87
Pearce, Lucille, Midland, Tex., 43:355                            noted, 16:105
Pearce, Marcella Morgan, featured in book, 35:302            picture of, facing 24:136
Pearce, Nicholas Bartlett (CSA), 15:352, 28:270,             A. Pike at, 39:245


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                                                   1942-2000
   Pratt's Store at site of, 17:136–37, 147, 21:13                     Movement: Life on the Home Frontier, revd.,
   reunion of veterans of (1889), 16:405                               54:388–89
   Gen. W. Y. Slack killed at, 10:233, 236                  Peay, Mrs., Little Rock, 6:145
   Gen. Van Dorn's handling of CSA troops at, 18:351        Peay, Betty Faulkner (Mrs. John C. Peay), Little Rock,
Pea Ridge: Civil War Campaign in the West, by                          14:308
            William L. Shea and Earl J. Hess, revd.,        Peay, Gordon N. (CSA), Little Rock, 2:373, 3:384,
            52:194–96                                                  6:12n, 14:312, 55:377–78, 379, 380
"Pea Ridge: Gettysburg of the West," by Walter L.              and CSA draft law, 1:68
            Brown, 15:3–16                                     and LR&FS RR, 7:129
Pea Ridge and Prairie Grove, by Rev. William Baxter,           and Real Estate Bank (1867), 20:335
            15:349                                             state adj. gen. under Gov. Flanagin, 1:68, 17:12–13
   reprint of (1958), revd., 17:213–14                      Peay, John C., Little Rock, leases state convicts, 8:173,
"Pea Ridge Battle Centennial," with index, noted, 38:93                14:308, 20:337, 34:196–97
Pea Ridge battlefield, 15:176, 20:397, 38:289               Peay, Juliet Elizabeth. See Hammond, Juliet Elizabeth
   monument dedicated at (1887), 10:237                                Peay (Mrs. William H. Hammond)
Pea Ridge Memorial Association                              Peay, Mollie. See Worthen, Mollie Peay (Mrs. William
   dedicates hist. marker at Cross Hollows, 22:89                      B. Worthen)
   holds services at Pea Ridge battlefield (1962),          Peay, Nicholas (Little Rock hotelkeeper), 10:393,
            21:158–65, 168–69                                          15:193–94, 296
        pictures of, facing 21:162                             anti-Sevier (1836), 20:133–34
   org. in Benton Co., 20:397                               Peay, Nick, Little Rock, 42:248n
Pea Ridge Mountain, Benton Co., 14:283, 15:10,              Peay, Sophronia. See Golder, Sophronia Peay (Mrs.
            21:169, 24:146, 28:160, 33:260                             George Golder)
Pea Ridge National Military Park, 15:341–42, 28:83,         Peay, Sue Crease (mother of Mollie), Little Rock, 3:384
            45:287                                          Peay, W. N. (CSA), Little Rock, 13:131
   archeological work at, 26:4                              Peay's Hotel, Little Rock, 43:102
   art. on development of, 21:166–69                        Pebble Spring, Choctaw Nation, 27:54
   dedicated (1963), 22:89                                  Pebworth, James R., A Directory of 132 Arkansas
   development of, 15:273, 19:76–77                                    Composers, 47:71
Pea Ridge National Park Commission, 16:220, 327             Pecan Point, Tex., 19:99–102, 41:183–84, 345
Pea Ridge Pod, 34:357                                          Meth. church at, 31:362–63, 371
Pearl Harbor (1941), 27:335, 53:340–41, 359                 Pecanery Settlement, Conway Co., 41:182
   and change in name of Japan Rice, 5:132                  Pecans, in steamboat trade, 15:195
Pears, 43:104, 108, 112                                     Peck, A. Chadrick (CSA), in 34th Ark. Inf., 33:107, 138
Pearson, Clifford, picture of, facing 41:184                Peck, George, 48:340
Pearson, Harry (reporter), 38:299                           Peck, J. M., Potosi, Mo., 4:360, 24:202, 206–7
Pearson, John, book by, noted, 52:98                        Peck, John (USA), 49:5
Pearson, John (49er), Clarksville, 6:75                     Peck, John M., and depictions of Ark. frontiersmen,
Pearson, John Albert, Jr.                                              46:366
   art. on, 45:250–60                                       Peck, John M. (penitentiary lessee), Little Rock, 34:198,
   picture of, facing 45:250                                           52:5
Pearson, John Albert, Sr., Ft. Smith, 45:250–51, 260        Peckham, Charles Wesley, Charles Peckham Branch,
Pearson, John S., Prairie Co., 11:214                                  noted, 39:88
Pearson, Johnny, 15:349, 353                                Peckham, Rufus W. (U.S. Supreme Court), 31:68
Pearson, Mary (Mrs. John Pearson Sr.), 45:250               Peckham family genealogy, book on, noted, 39:88
Pearson, Stanley A., 42:221–22, 236                         Peconery, Conway Co., 11:211
Pearson, Mrs. Stanley A., 42:236                            Pecos River, Tex., 29:364, 370
Pearson, Cleburne Co., 26:25–27, 30                         Pecquet, Gary M., "State Finance in Arkansas, 1860–
Pearson-Kidd Mills, Canehill, 46:172                                   1865," 48:65–72
Pearson's Creek, Mo., 19:246                                Peculiar Honor: A History of the 28th Texas Cavalry,
"Peasant Maiden's Lament" (song), 30:152                               1862–1865, by M. Jane Johansson, revd.,
Pease, Frank, Little Rock, 14:220                                      58:453–54
Pease, P. P. (clerk on White River steamboat), 9:325        Pederson, Lee, book by, noted, 50:307
Peavine (branch of St. Louis SW RR), 7:185                  Pedraza Hotel, Hopefield, 36:124n
Pea Vine Ridge. See Pea Ridge Mountain                      Pedro II (emperor of Brazil), visits Helena, 1:354
Peavy, Linda, Women in Waiting in the Westward              Peebles, Sadie M., pictures of, facing 41:17


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                                                        1942-2000
Peek, Rev. (Little Rock min.), attends D. O. Dodd at his       Pence Funeral Home, Conway, book on records of,
            execution, 37:142                                             noted, 46:303
Peek, Thomas C. (Little Rock ed.), 6:146                       Pendergraft, Ross, Ft. Smith, paper by, 42:94, 361
    and Ark. Gazette, 31:164                                   Pendergrass, Orville D., Mtn. Home, 53:471
    and Daily State Journal (1861–62), 14:222                  Pendleton, John, Crawford Co., 58:17
    and Old Line Dem., 29:100, 102n, 108n                      Pendleton, M., Ozark, 13:297
Peel, Alice, Bentonville, 12:398                               Pendleton, Desha Co., 39:213
Peel, Dave, Bentonville, 37:101n, 105n, 107, 122               Pendleton levee, Jefferson Co., 43:332, 334
Peel, Mrs. Frank, picture of, facing 36:289                    Pénicaut, André-Joseph, 1:49, 43:202
Peel, James E. (early settler near Cadron), 10:130             Penick, Edward M., 46:92
Peel, Joe, Bentonville, 7:73, 76                               Penick, James, Jr., The New Madrid Earthquakes of
Peel, John W., Batesville, 19:309n                                        1811–1812, revd., 35:371–72
Peel, Samuel, Batesville, 11:15                                Penick, James H., Little Rock, book by, on Ark.
Peel, Rep. Samuel W., Bentonville, 11:70, 37:101n,                        banking, noted, 33:86
            40:344, 49:318                                     Penick, James H., Jr., Little Rock, thesis by, on Ark.
Peel, Terry, Bentonville, 37:121n, 122–23                                 banking, noted, 33:86
Peel, Zillah Cross                                             Penick Family, by Lyman W. Priest, 42:181
    "History of a Land Grant in Arkansas," 2:1–11              Peninsula School (AMA sch. on plantation near Pine
    papers of, noted, 48:296                                              Bluff), 30:134–35
Peele, Judge Richard, Independence Co., 11:17                  Penitentiary. See Arkansas State Penitentiary
Peeler, Dr. C. M., and Ark. Soc. for Crippled Children,        Penitentiary Committee of 1881, 52:6
            5:371                                              Penitentiary system
Peer, Donald C., Ft. Smith, 43:185, 46:400, 47:195                in Ark., 52:3–27
Peerless Engraving Company, Little Rock, 3:339                    in post–Civil War South, 52:2–3
Peffer, Sen. William A., of Kans., 25:21                       Penix, Bill, Jonesboro, 48:28–29, 56:339
Pefia, Josef de la, 49:241, 242                                Penn, Joseph, picture of, 42:226
Pegreux, Henry, 49:217                                         Pennell, Peter, Franklin Co., 23:160
Peirce, Charles S., 24:366                                     Pennick, James Lal, Jr., book by, noted, 41:60
Peirce, George S. (USA), 31:150–54                             Pennington, Mr., 32:228n
Peirce, Herbert H. D., 38:16, 19, 20n                          Pennington, A. A. (CSA), Fulton, letter of, to Gov.
Pekin Stave Company, Leslie, 33:279                                       Flanagin, 1:70
Pekin Wood Products Company, Helena, 42:257                    Pennington, Arlie, Fayetteville, 44:337
Pelham, Charles H., Batesville, 1:61, 3:48, 6:296, 8:134,      Pennington, Ed (Ft. Smith publisher), 14:213
            155, 36:27–29                                      Pennington, Henry, 19:171
Pelham, George Harrison, Batesville, 15:268                    Pennington, Rev. I. C., Carroll Co., 6:461
Pelham, Dr. James E. (49er), Batesville, 6:73                  Pennington, Isaac, Clark Co., 5:115, 12:228–29, 19:308
Pelham, Richard Henry, Batesville, 15:268                      Pennington, J. G. (pioneer along Bayou Bartholomew),
Pelham, William, Benton Co., 13:289, 34:125, 127–30                       16:67
Pelican, Peter (USA), in 37th Ill. Inf., said to have killed   Pennington, J. L., Camden, 5:333, 12:245
            Gen. B. McCulloch, 15:350–51, 17:150, 213          Pennington, J. W., Ashley Co., 16:67
Pelican Guide to the Ozarks, noted, 41:356, 42:181–82          Pennington, Jacob, Clark Co., 5:115, 13:350
Pell, A. W. (early circus man), 26:248                         Pennington, James, 50:188
Pellagra (in Ark., 1930), 39:305, 308–9                        Pennington, James Arlie, Fayetteville, 42:99, 43:88
Pelley, William Dudley, 59:429, 432                            Pennington, Larry, 45:348
Pels, Jo Anne, 6:359                                           Pennington, P. T., Ashley Co., 16:67
Pelton, J. F. (CSA), 31:351                                    Pennington, Van, picture of, facing 46:253
Pelz, Edwin                                                    Pennington, William (49er), Little Rock, 6:74
    art. on WWII memoir of, 44:42–55                           Pennington, William Q., Pulaski Co., 14:309
    picture of, facing 44:48                                   Pennington's Settlement, Union (now Bradley) Co.,
Pemberton, Gen. John Clifford (CSA), 4:112, 46:55, 57                     12:228, 230–31
Pemiscot Bayou, Miss. Co.                                      Penn Lumber Company, Beirne, 29:337, 31:289
    skirmish at (1864), 22:157                                 Pennsylvania-Dutch language, 51:331
    drainage dist. in, 5:264, 272                              Pennsylvania Mining Company, 43:208–21
Pemiscott County, Mo., RRs in, 38:118, 120                     Penn-Wyoming Oil Company, Union Co., 33:196
Penal code of Arkansas, African American legis. offers         Penny, Henry, Sevier Co., 17:282–85
            amend. to, 31:231                                  Pennywit, Phillip, Van Buren


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                                                     1942-2000
   steamboat capt. in early Ark., 1:346–47, 6:262, 273,     Pepper, Claude D., 21:102, 118, 30:27, 45:157, 55:188
           7:123, 227, 8:141, 13:279, 282, 15:195, 198,     Pepper, Robert P., 50:12, 13
           18:48, 27:135                                    Pepper Electric Company, Miss., 51:230
Pennywit Springs, near Van Buren, 18:221                    Peques, Hazel D., Ft. Smith, 44:197
Peno, Antonio, captured at Ark. Post (1783), 2:53           Peran, Joe (French hunter), 6:199, 48:146
Penrod, John, Cleburne Co., and WWI draft, 26:37            Perault, Crisostomo, 46:151n, 152–53
Penrose, Charles W. (Mormon elder), and Mtn.                Perchet, Juan Maria, 42:289–90
           Meadows Massacre (1857), 9:12                    Percifall, John (Rev. War soldier), 1:61
Penrose, R. A., 36:132                                      Percifield (resident on Grand Prairie, 1855), 11:32
Penrose, William O., Woodruff Co., 40:132–33, 140n,         Percival, David, 14:25
           142                                              Percival, Elvira. See Rose, Elvira Percival (Mrs. Horace
   "Power Politics Is Old Hat," 11:235–45                               Boardman Rose)
Penrose (formerly Meredith), Woodruff Co., 40:132n          Percival, John, Hot Springs, 1:340, 3:101–2, 14:5, 8n,
Pension claims, book on, in Ark. (1818–1900), noted,                    11, 13, 15, 25
           47:297                                           Percival, Mary Fuller, art. on, 3:147–49
Pentecostal Church, 10:313                                  Percival, Sarah Lemon (Mrs. John Percival), Hot
Penticost, Darby, Helena, 13:5                                          Springs, 14:10–11, 13, 15, 25
Penton, Emily, 5:109                                        Percy, Camille (Mrs. Leroy Percy), 50:76
   "Typical Women Schools in Arkansas before the            Percy, Leroy, 50:26–27, 35, 37, 38, 40–42, 47, 49–50,
           War of 1861–1865," 4:325–29                                  52–58, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91
Penzel, C. T. (CSA), Little Rock, in 6th Ark. Inf.,            art. on, and Sunnyside Plantation, 50:60–84
           13:131                                           Percy, Mrs. Leroy. See Percy, Camille (Mrs. Leroy
Penzel, Charles F., Little Rock, 7:161                                  Percy)
   losses of, during RR strike (1886), 24:42                Percy, May. See McNeily, May Percy (Mrs. John S.
Peonage, 24:24, 32:358, 33:178                                          McNeily)
   art. on, in Crittenden Co., 52:426–51                    Percy, Walker, 56:326
   art. on, at Sunnyside Plantation and reaction of            The Last Gentleman, 50:84
           Italian govt., 50:30–39                          Percy, William A., "Will," Lanterns on the Levee,
   art. on, at Sunnyside Plantation and reaction of U.S.                50:60, 92
           govt., 50:40–59                                  Perdell's Battalion (CSA), at Prairie Grove (1862),
   art. on L. Percy and, 50:60–84                                       19:132
   U. S. Bratton successfully prosecutes cases of,          Perdue, David R., Pine Bluff, 38:96, 46:99, 49:185
           during T. Roosevelt admin., 33:178                  and AHA, 31:77, 373
Peoner, Nancy, Carroll Co., 16:296                                  life member, 45:182
People, Jessie, of Earle, 52:437, 438, 442, 444                Ark. Hist. Comm. chmn., 37:196, 355
People in Power: Courthouse and Statehouse in the           Perdue, Mrs. David R., 37:355
           Lower South, 1850–1860, by Ralph A.              Perdue, Ellen Black (Mrs. Jesse Perdue), Union Co.,
           Wooster, revd., 29:382–83                                    12:237
People's Advocate. See Conway People's Advocate             Perdue, Ellen Carrigan, Hope, 40:180, 46:96
People's College: Little Rock's Junior College and Little   Perdue, J. A., and Ark. Soc. for Crippled Children,
           Rock University, 1927–1969, by James E.                      5:372
           Lester Jr., noted, 46:300; revd., 47:79–81       Perdue, J. A., Jr., 49:185
People's Friend. See Helena People's Friend; Rogers         Perdue, Jesse, Union Co., 12:237
           People's Friend                                  Perdue, Theda
People's Ice and Fuel Company, Little Rock, 31:210             book by, noted, 52:199
Peoples Laundry, Little Rock, 49:41                            Slavery and the Evolution of Cherokee Society,
People's Mutual Aid Association (Little Rock African                    1540–1866, revd., 39:77–79
           American insurance company), 35:328–29           Perdue Store, Champagnolle, 10:45
People's National Bank, Little Rock, 5:310                  Peregrinación (de Carmona), 51:7
People's party, 42:113, 116, 117n                           Perez, Leander H., 59:430–33
   and anti–Van Buren movt. in Ark. (1836), 2:306,          Pérez, Lucas (Spanish soldier), 2:266, 40:26
           20:133                                           Pérez, Manuel (La. official), 4:102–3
   endorses penal reform, Ark. (1892), 8:175–76             Pérez, Mariano (Spanish soldier), 2:266, 40:26
   in 1908, 40:143                                          Périer (French colonial gov.), 53:129
People's Rule League of America, 40:102–3                   Perkins, A. M., Pine Bluff, 47:265n
Pepper, Art, 54:205                                         Perkins, Ben T., of Ky., 9:298


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Perkins, Carl, 55:297                                          Civil War in, 22:157, 32:268n
Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. Charles F., 46:188                       created (1840), 26:230
Perkins, Judge DuVall, of Warren, 1:285, 48:51–52              early records of, microfilmed, 39:189
Perkins, Ely, 2:249                                            elec. irregularities in (1872), 30:319n
Perkins, Fanny B., Pine Bluff, 47:265n                         Germans in, 32:257n
Perkins, Frances (U.S. sec. of labor), 27:207                  liquor prohibited in, 32:263n
Perkins, George N., Little Rock, 32:156n, 33:302, 303n,        and Reconstruction, 8:19, 12:159, 162, 19:273
            34:160n, 35:312n, 325n                             Rev. War soldier buried in, 1:54
Perkins, H. E., Desha Co., 39:213                              and RRs, 31:285
Perkins, I. S., Pine Bluff, 47:265                             slaveholdings in (1850), 12:45
Perkins, Rev. Isaac Cooper, Nashville, 13:265                  swamplands in, 6:376, 379
Perkins, John (dir., COPE), 57:125                             votes for T. Roosevelt (1912), 7:207
Perkins, Mary M., Pine Bluff, 47:265n                       Perryman, Harlin, Salem, 10:309n
Perkins, P. (49er), Van Buren, 6:74                         Perrymore, W. M., 23:310
Perkins, Rachel, Goodwin, 51:161                            Perrysmith (now Bauxite), Ark., 27:339
Perkins, Thomas (CSA), Washington Co., 5:408                Perryville, Perry Co., 9:241, 24:161, 31:6, 14
Perkins, William K., Scott Co., papers of, 15:92               battle of, 54:280–81
Perkins, Willie (pianist), 53:78                               F. Gerstaecker visits, 4:228, 5:47, 53, 6:448, 32:262
Perla, Magnet, and Pacific RR, 31:287                          RR to, 7:183
Permill, Fred, 46:39                                           "war" at (1882), 2:252n
Pernot, Dr. Henri, Van Buren                                Perryville, Choctaw Nation, 26:266, 28:171, 175–76,
   account books of, at Ark. Hist. Comm., 16:105                        178, 180–81, 183
   heads hosp. at Van Buren, 3:9                               maps, facing 28:168, 29:251
Pernot, Mrs. Henri, Van Buren, 3:9, 25:150                  Pershing, Gen. John J., 14:55, 29:363, 31:262, 270,
Perot, Ross, 54:62                                                      34:114, 35:129, 134
Perrin, Ernest W. W., Little Rock, 40:121–26, 127n,            book on, revd., 37:280–82
            128, 131, 133–34, 136, 144                      Persimmon Hill: A Narrative of Old St. Louis and the
Perrin du Lac, François, 51:77, 78                                      Far West, by William Clark Kennerly, revd.,
Perry, Dr., 42:147                                                      7:342–43
Perry, Mr., Columbia Co., 30:165                            Persistence of the Spirit (booklet), 45:187–88, 357
Perry, Mr., Ouachita Co., 22:113                            "Persistence of the Spirit: The Black Experience in
Perry, Mr. and Mrs., Ft. Smith, 9:313                                   Arkansas" (exhibit), 44:93, 192, 45:86, 187–
Perry, A. G. (CSA), 35:88                                               88, 357
Perry, Benjamin (CSA), Saline Co., 18:197                   Persky, Joseph J., book by, noted, 52:199
Perry, Elmore, Bauxite, 27:343                              "Personal Notes," by J. H. Atkinson, 1:92–96, 2:94–95,
Perry, George, Union Co., 12:238                                        3:294–96, 383–85, 4:78–80, 164–66, 264–68,
Perry, James, Jackson Co., 16:370                                       370–74, 5:94–96, 308–10, 356–57, 6:92–96
Perry, James, Osceola, 24:121                               Personal Politics, by Sara Evans, 55:34
Perry, Joe, mentioned in CSA diary, 11:296, 299–300,        Personnel Division (of Ark.), 45:299–318
            303                                             "Perspectives on Arkansas Folklore: Some Erroneous
Perry, John, Prairie Co., 11:216                                        Assumptions," by William K. McNeil,
Perry, John T. (Freedmen's Bureau official), 1:72                       46:282–94
Perry, L. G., Conway, 34:110                                Perspectives on the American South, noted, 41:300
Perry, Larry S., 36:50                                      Perthuis, Pierre, 42:319n
Perry, Leslie J., 41:253–56                                 Pertoris, Pedro (St. Charles landowner), 12:384
Perry, Lewis, books by, noted, 54:404, 55:139               Perttula, Timothy, rev., 57:221–22
Perry, O. H. (circus performer), 26:247                     Peru, Ill., A. Pike describes, 37:321
Perry, S., and Searcy Branch RR, 7:131                      Pervis, George C., Chicot Co., 23:52
Perry, Sandra (dir., Ark. Arts and Humanities Office),      Peschke, George (German agent for land acquisition),
            36:367, 37:289                                              25:265
Perry County, 3:225, 338, 8:19, 29:204, 32:265n, 33:14,     Peshall, Charles G., Montgomery Co., 43:123
            45:209–10, 46:252                               Peshea, Mrs., 42:85
   art. on P. Van Dalsem of, 57:377–407                     Peter (slave of Roswell Beebe), 41:278
   bibliog. on, 25:189, 36:69, 83                           Peter, Col., 42:157
   book on, noted, 42:182                                   Peter, Florence Mabray (Mrs. William O. Peter), 49:54
   civil disturbance in (1880s), 21:234                     Peter, Jesse, 49:54–55


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                                                     1942-2000
Peter, Lily, Marvell (poet laureate), 35:294–95, 38:90–     "Peter Van Winkle," by Ernest Scott, 21:170–72
            91, 41:83, 45:366, 49:51, 54–56, 51:298–99,     Pete Whetstone. See under Noland, C. F. M.
            59:236                                          Pete Whetstone of Devil's Fork: Letters to the Spirit of
   manuscript biography of, noted, 41:367                               the Times by Charles F. M. Noland, ed. Ted
   book of verse by, noted, 43:276                                      R. Worley and Eugene Nolte, noted, 28:91–
   The Great Riding, 42:302                                             92; revd., 16:407–9
Peter, Dr. Robert (chemist for D. D. Owen's geological      Petit Baril (Peach Orchard), Clay Co., 3:38
            survey, 1858), letter to, 1:143–44, 14:29–30    Petit Jean, 14:286
Peter, William Oliver, 49:54                                Petit Jean (drama), 15:176
"Peter Caulder: A Free Black Soldier and Pioneer in         Petit Jean Mountain, Conway Co., 19:193, 43:145–46,
            Antebellum Arkansas," by Billy D. Higgins,                  48:163–64
            58:80–99                                            book on legend of, revd., 29:282–84
Peter Cave, Searcy Co., 49:151n                                 legend of, 2:34–35
"Peter Manelis Van Winkle," by Thomas Rothrock,                 skirmish near (1864), 22:157
            32:61–70                                        Petit Jean Electric Cooperative, 46:253
Petermeyer, Dr. A. C., on Dr. Brinkley's Little Rock        Petit Jean River, 1:376, 2:210, 4:152, 228, 5:46, 318,
            staff, 35:33–34, 37, 38n                                    326, 24:162, 167, 170, 39:41
Peter Pitchlynn: Chief of the Choctaws, by W. David             Blue Mtn. Dam on, near Booneville, 4:152
            Baird, revd., 31:300–302                        Petit Jean State Park, 38:379, 39:334
Peters, Agnes Catherine, Van Buren, 1:62                    Petit Jean Valley Immigration Bureau, 7:216
Peters, Bob, 54:148                                         Petit Plantation, Chicot Co., 45:362
Peters, George, "A Philatelic Glimpse into Arkansas's       Petray, Daniel D., Pope Co., 13:201
            Past," 30:53–59                                 Petray, L. J., 31:180
Peters, George B., Helena, 53:157                           Petrel, USS, 57:265–66
Peters, Dr. George B., accused killer of Gen. Van Dorn,     Petroleum. See Oil and oil industry
            27:77                                           Pettek, Charles, 50:79
Peters, J. P., Union Co., 12:67                             Pettey, Adah L. See Roussan, Adah L. Pettey (Mrs.
Peters, Jessie (Mrs. George B. Peters), allegedly                       Leon Roussan)
            seduced by Gen. Van Dorn, 27:77                 Pettibone, Eugene (USA), 40:238
Peters, Dr. John E., 37:234                                 Pettie, Virgil C., 27:285
Peters, Sallie. See Shepherd, Sallie Peters (Mrs. William       del., 1924 Dem. Conv., 3:138
            Shepherd)                                           and KKK, 22:202, 209–10, 312, 316
Peters, Thomas, Memphis, Tenn., and Ark.                        and response to H. L. Mencken's attack on Ark.,
            swamplands, 6:385, 388                                      38:68
Peters, William, Pulaski Co., 43:123                        Pettigrew, Mrs. C. W., Pine Bluff, and Ark. state flag,
Peter Schuttler wagon, 10:97, 102                                       22:3
Petersen, Svend, Little Rock                                Pettigrew, George, Brownstown, letter of, to Gov.
   "Arkansas in Presidential Elections," 7:194–209                      Flanagin (1864), noted, 1:70
   "Arkansas State Tuberculosis Sanatorium: The             Pettigrew, James, 56:138
            Nation's Largest," 5:311–29                     Pettigrew, James Russell (CSA), Fayetteville, 20:334,
   "Arkansas's Favorite Son," 3:137–46                                  33:103, 111–12, 153, 162n
   "The Little Rock against the Big Rock," 2:164–70         Pettigrew, Mrs. James Russell, 33:162
Peterson, David, noted, 59:238, 316                         Pettigrew, John, 56:138
Peterson, Dr. and Mrs. David R. (AHA speakers),             Pettigrew, Richard F., 59:8
            57:341                                          Pettigrew, T. A., Charleston, letter of, noted, 23:159n
Peterson, F. A. (Union Co. merchant), 10:39, 43, 45         Pettigrew, Thomas, 54:449, 450
Peterson, Mrs. Franklin P., Chestnut Hill, Mass., 36:294    Pettigrew, Willis, picture of, 58:3
Peterson, Hal, 59:430–31                                    Pettigrew, Z. M., Washington Co., 33:173
Peterson, John H., A Choctaw Sourcebook, revd.,             Pettigrew, Madison Co., 7:187, 47:88
            46:73–74                                        Pettigrue, Elizabeth, Wabbaseka, 47:212–13
Peterson, Merrill D., Thomas Jefferson and the New          Pettit, Desha, 49:103
            Nation, revd., 30:370–72                        Pettit, Edwin (Stuttgart rice grower), 5:125
Peterson, Robert L.                                         Pettit, Mrs. Edwin, 3:138
   "Arkansas Newspapers in the University of Texas          Pettit, William McD., Chicot Co., 12:67, 20:145
            Newspaper Collection," coauth., 14:207–24       Pettus, Allen T. (CSA), Paraclifta, 17:275, 279, 286
   rev., 19:88:91                                           Pettus, Dr. Cowley S. (supt., Pulaski Co. Hosp.), 6:150


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                                                    1942-2000
Pettus, Henry C., 54:340                                    Phelan, Tommy, noted in CSA diary, 1:60
Pettus, John, Paraclifta, 17:279                            Phelps, Greg A., 47:367
Pettus, Lonoke Co., 5:326, 44:351                           Phelps, Jesse, Strong, 12:235
Petty, E. P. (CSA), 46:57                                   Phelps, John (New Orleans cotton factor), 19:274,
Petty, Jane, 25:230. See Baker, Jane Petty (Mrs. Cullen                 52:298
            Montgomery Baker)                               Phelps, John E. (USA), 28:157–58
Petty, John S. (USA), 34:346, 348, 350                      Phelps, Col. John Smith (USA; mil. gov. of Ark.), of
Petty, Joseph, Dover, 12:367, 51:120                                    Mo., 18:135–37, 19:231, 241, 256, 20:80,
Petty, Ollie May. See Hicks, Ollie May Petty (Mrs. E.                   32:305, 44:67, 57:237, 241
            B. Hicks)                                       Phelps, Ralph A., Jr. (pres. OBU), 56:297, 305, 309
Petty, W. C. (White Co. sheriff), 31:159                    Phelps, S. Ledyard (USN), 20:268
Pevehouse, William, Greene Co., 13:57                       Phelps-Stokes Fund for Negro Education, 42:224
Pew, Thomas Jefferson (ed., Ark. Gazette, 1836),            Phi Alpha Delta (law fraternity), 21:113
            20:139n, 142–43, 146                            Phi Alpha Theta (honorary hist. soc.), 36:207
Peyton, Dr., Center Point, 12:266                              Alpha chap., 38:285
Peyton, Dr. C., Little Rock, 51:160–61                         founded at UA, 6:96, 28:195–96, 29:378, 30:72,
Peyton, Dr. Craven, 2:29                                                31:376, 32:95, 185, 281, 343, 34:181, 367,
Peyton, Mrs. Craven, 6:145                                              35:191
Peyton, Dave, Chicago, Ill., 45:229–38                         session of, at 1978 AHA mtng., 37:358
Peyton, William (ex-slave), 53:149                          Phi Alpha Zeta, ASTC, 47:129
Pfeifer, Don, 57:28                                         Phi Beta Kappa, UA, 6:107–14, 38:312, 45:162
Pfeifer, Harry W., Jr., 57:26–27                            Phifer, Edward (auth.), 39:47
Pfeifer, Heloise, 57:28                                     Philadelphia Methodist Church, Larkin, 48:197–98
Pfeifer, James, Little Rock, postcard collection of, on     Philadelphia Orchestra (in Ark.), 51:298
            display, 43:286                                 Philadelphis Church, Grant Co., 7:326
Pfeifer, Jim, Little Rock, ceramics collection of, on       Phi Lamba Chi, ASTC, 47:129
            display, 45:85                                  Philander Smith College, Little Rock, 27:7, 31:203,
Pfeifer, Marcuse, 57:28                                                 33:315, 35:328, 41:21, 305, 44:8, 54:354
Pfeifer, Raida, 57:26–29, 30–31                                accredited, 9:47
Pfeifer, Susan, 57:28                                          beginnings of, 6:432
Pfeifer's (Little Rock store), 36:171n                         dynamite placed in classroom at (1960), 30:119
Pfeiffer, Charles A., Little Rock, owns Pfeiffer Stone         formerly Bethel Univ., 31:203
            Company, Batesville, 31:110–14, 134             "Philatelic Glimpse into Arkansas's Past," by George
Pfeiffer, Gus, Piggott, 44:285, 47:378                                  Peters, 30:53–59
Pfeiffer, Pauline, Piggott. See Hemingway, Pauline          Philbrook, Nathaniel (subagent to Osages), 19:24–25,
            Pfeiffer (Mrs. Ernest Hemingway)                            21:206
Pfeiffer, Independence Co., 36:132, 141                     Philip II. See Felipe II
Pfeiffer Carriage House, Piggott, picture of, facing        Philips, David, Helena, 13:4n
            47:378                                          Philips, J. S., and Far West Seminary, 29:353
Pfeiffer House, Piggott, 41:368, 44:285                     Philip Zink Family in America, by Robert Lyle Zink,
    picture of, facing 44:284                                           39:88
Pharmacists, Arkansas Association of, 35:15–17, 19,         Phillips, Lt. (USA), cmdr. Indians during Civil War,
            21–22                                                       6:241
Pharr, Harry N., Memphis, Tenn., 43:198                     Phillips, Mr., Eudora, 18:229
Pharr, Harry N., Jr. (chief engineer, St. Francis Levee     Phillips, Alexander M. (CSA), 18:248
            Board, 1893), 6:421–22                          Phillips, Arthur, 57:28
Pharr, Jonathan, 48:118–19                                  Phillips, B. (49er), 6:79
Pharr, W. H., Lee Co., 7:233                                Phillips, Bolin C., Sevier Co., 12:67
Pheasant Bluff, on Ark. River above Ft. Smith, 29:246,      Phillips, C. C., Springdale, 15:156
            248                                             Phillips, Caroline. See Hanly, Caroline Phillips (Mrs.
Phelan, Abijah, mentioned in CSA diary, 12:355                          Thomas B. Hanley)
Phelan, C. A., and M&NA RR, 8:273, 275–76, 52:413–          Phillips, Christopher
            15                                                 Damned Yankee: The Life of General Nathaniel
Phelan, James, art. on Ark. prison farms by, noted,                     Lyon, revd., 50:304–5
            30:67                                              revs., 54:212–14, 58:212–14
Phelan, Thomas, Washington Co., 1:60                        Phillips, Edward M., Phillips Co., 43:123


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Phillips, Ethel, Brinkley, 54:169                          Phillips and Brother (sutlers to 43rd Ill. Inf.), 37:132
Phillips, George H., Bella Vista, 39:358, 40:93, 43:68,    Phillips County, 5:319, 33:4, 10, 14, 158n, 34:33, 45,
            46:100, 47:87, 305                                          156, 205, 42:47, 391, 43:122–23, 188, 338,
   The Bella Vista Story, ed., noted, 40:84                             45:91, 46:24–25, 48:254
   book by, noted, 48:208                                     and African Americans, 49:251–52, 259, 274–76
   Handling the Mail in Benton County, Arkansas,                   disfranchisement in (1892–94), 26:207–9, 212
            1836–1976, noted, 39:85                                legis. from, 31:228
Phillips, Jack W., Ozark, 59:278                                   pop. (1940), 3:266n
Phillips, James (Rev. War soldier), Crawford Co., 1:54             in state Repub. conv. (1920), 31:216
Phillips, Jewell, Clarksville, 35:189, 300, 36:207, 298,      Agricultural Wheel in, 38:251
            364, 39:95, 191, 41:196                           art. on economic democracy in, 40:154–72
Phillips, Rev. Jim, McGehee, 27:268                                noted, 40:84
Phillips, Joann, Clark Co., 43:275                            art. on Civil War and delta cos., 51:105–18
Phillips, John N., quoted, 56:421, 423                        art. on hist. of Helena in, 13:1–15
Phillips, Rev. John W. (Meth.), Little Rock, in 1862,         art. on rise and decline of Southland monthly mtngs.
            15:358                                                      of African Americans, 50:115–39
Phillips, Joseph, Ashley Co., 16:68                           arts. on race riot in (1919), 19:142–50, 20:95–104,
Phillips, Joseph W. (Ark. RR Comm.), 7:177–78                           33:175–91
Phillips, Kit, Gravette, 34:260                               bibliog. on, 25:189, 36:69–70, 83
Phillips, Laura, 39:94                                        book on 1890 "census" of, 48:201
Phillips, Sr. Louisa, 48:239                                  book on 1890 real-estate records in, noted, 49:92
Phillips, Marcus, Garland Co., 44:9, 46:205                   books on marriage records from, noted, 44:87,
Phillips, Mary, Springdale, 43:45n                                      47:296
Phillips, Mary Lou Stuart, book by, noted, 36:67              during Civil War, 22:127, 132
Phillips, Miriam, 57:28                                            CSA gens. from, 13:14
Phillips, Naomi G., Hot Springs, 15:340–42                         CSA troops and, 51:108, 54:272
Phillips, Nephi, 36:295                                            foraging parties in, 54:289–90
Phillips, Paul L., Crossett, 48:47                                 list of men from, in 2nd Ark. Cav. (USA), 48:81
Phillips, Phillip, 51:37, 313–14                                   USA garrison in, 51:108
Phillips, Pierce (Bella Vista garage owner), 37:121n          J. P. Clarke home at, 34:65
Phillips, Mrs. R. Y., Malvern, 3:138                          cotton-crop size in (1860), 51:106–7
Phillips, Robert L. "Bob," Washington, 18:180                 created (1814), 41:52
Phillips, Mrs. S. R., Newport, 11:21                          Dem. party state mtng. in (1855), 34:295–96
Phillips, Sallye Rosen, Little Rock, 57:54–55, 59–60          dists. in, oppose sch. tax (1869), 8:42n
Phillips, Sam, 55:297                                         early settlers of, 8:167–69
Phillips, Sylvanus, Helena, 13:1, 15:161                      Elaine race riot in (1919), 21:351–52, 31:206–9,
   and Conway-Crittenden duel, 19:310–12                                37:275–77
   founds settlement (1797), 8:165                                 book gives account of, 48:289–91
   visited by T. Flint, 4:221                                      C. H. Brough and, 19:148, 150, 20:99, 33:182,
Phillips, Mayor T. H., Jacksonport, 51:145                              189–90
Phillips, Thomas (first Van Buren postmaster), 18:48          farmers in, use POW laborers, 37:17
Phillips, Ulrich B., 50:353, 53:2                             farm size in (1860), 51:107
Phillips, W. D. Jonas (CSA), 18:193                           farm values in (1860), 51:108
Phillips, W. W., Ft. Smith, 24:302                            S. C. Faulkner Plantation in, 14:306
Phillips, Wallace, Fayetteville, paper by, noted, 44:91,      forests in, 8:295
            340                                               geography of, 8:290
Phillips, Wash (Little Rock African American                  Govan Plantation in, 54:271
            bandmember), 15:60–61                             Grangers in, 4:342
Phillips, William, Jr., 56:292                                T. B. Hanley and, 16:161–62
Phillips, Col. William A. (USA), cmdr. Indian Home            Initial Point Marker in, 19:260, 269
            Guard Inf., 8:108, 25:43n, 45, 53, 55–56,         KKK in, 8:169, 22:318
            57n, 61–62, 67, 70–74, 76–85 passim, 87, 90,      land cleared in (1950–55), 13:355
            26:134, 139, 141, 259, 284, 36:29, 47:356         land in, offered to immigrants, 38:42n
Phillips, Yvonne, 39:94                                       Lee Co. formed from, 8:160–63
Phillips Academy, Helena, first Ark. Grange org. at,          named for Sylvanus Phillips, 8:165, 13:1–2
            4:340                                             plantation leasing in, 53:149


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                                                  1942-2000
   politics in (1892), 44:244                              Phoenix Club, Searcy, 44:123
   pop. of, 19:142, 26:217, 27:179, 33:43n                 Photographers (in Ark.), 3:340–42
   Quapaws in, 10:347                                      Photographic History of the Civil War, by Francis T.
   rd. in, 8:313                                                       Miller, noted, 40:275
   during Reconstruction, 8:169, 12:159, 162, 165,         Photographic Legacy, by I. Wilmer Counts Jr., noted,
            33:46, 50, 58, 64–65                                       41:169
   records of plantations in, noted, 44:363                Photographs
   records of planters in, noted, 41:193                       archives of, on NE Ark. (1840–1940), at ASU, 43:91
   Repub.-Dem. fusion ticket in (1892–94), 26:207–9,           of Clay Co., 48:297
            212                                                in Kellar-Butcher Collection, noted, 46:312–13
   Repub. party and J. M. Alexander, 41:110–12                 in Robert Walz Collection, 48:379
   Repub. voting in, 7:207                                 Physic, Philip, Hot Springs, 14:11
   and RRs, 7:107, 8:288, 31:286                           Physicians. See Doctors
   schs. in, 13:6                                          Physicians, Colonial Racism, and Diaspora in West
   and secession movt., 12:202                                         Africa, by Adell Patton Jr., noted, 55:350
   sharecropping in, 54:316                                Physicians and Medicine, Crawford and Sebastian
   slave pop. in, 3:160–62                                             Counties, Arkansas, 1817–1976, comp.
        ratio of, to free pop., 13:188                                 Amelia Martin, 38:93, 375
   slaveholding in, 12:45, 51:107–8, 109                       noted, 36:293; revd., 37:363–65
   social trends in, nineteenth century, noted, 39:189     Physicians Committee for Workplace Fairness,
   swamplands in, 6:376, 379, 413–14                                   Newport, 57:121
   tax list for (1860), 6:258n                             Pi Beta Phi, UA, 36:163–64
   voting irregularities in, 34:61                         Pibito, Joseph, 49:244, 245
Phillips County, Arkansas, Marriages, 1820–July 1879,      Picayune. See Fort Smith Picayune; New Orleans
            noted, 44:87                                               Picayune
Phillips County Chamber of Commerce, 13:15                 Picchi, Jim, Mena, 21:46
Phillips County Community College, Helena, 35:92,          Picchi, Steve, Mena, 21:46
            292–93, 295                                    Pickee, Frank, 25:206
Phillips County Courthouse, Helena, 43:89, 59:446          Pickenpaugh, Roger, book by, noted, 57:497
   picture of, 59:447                                      Pickens, Andrew, book on, revd., 22:191–92
Phillips County Foundation for Historic Preservation,      Pickens, E. C. (land-company stockholder), Benton Co.,
            32:387                                                     37:102n
Phillips County Historical Quarterly, 21:371, 33:86,       Pickens, Fred M., Jr., Newport, 45:183
            36:70, 204, 37:86, 39:266, 40:358              Pickens, Gwendolyn, at Bella Vista, 37:113
Phillips County Historical Society, 21:370–71, 24:188,     Pickens, Dr. W. A., 37:121n
            33:86, 35:92, 292, 294, 36:204, 37:86,         Pickens, William, 52:158, 169–70
            38:90–91, 39:266, 40:358, 42:391, 43:72,           book on autobio. of, revd., 50:395–97
            53:93, 368                                     Pickens, Dr. William (Little Rock African American
   Historical Review, 49:101–2                                         physician), 9:194
Phillips County Memorial Association, 53:215               Pickering, George A., Union Co., 10:39
Phillips County Museum, Helena, 3:306, 325, 329, 335,      Pickering, Henry H., Hamburg, 3:244
            347, 14:103, 126, 49:101–2                     Pickett, Col. A. C. (CSA), Jacksonport, 9:248, 20:295,
   picture of, facing 41:89                                            59:64
Phillips County Yell Rifles, 26:83                         Pickett, Albert James, 51:304–5
Phillips Landing (post office on site of Van Buren),       Pickett, George, and Llano Colony, 23:102–16
            18:48                                          Pickett, George, Crawford Co., 11:329
Phillis, Cynthia, 44:293                                   Pickett, J. D., and Little Rock Female Seminary, 4:337
Phillpot, Warren (Rev. War soldier), Washington Co.,       Pickett, Martin, Batesville DAR chap. named for, 3:361
            1:60                                           Pickett, W. H. (Jackson Co. del. to 1868 const. conv.),
Philomathic Club, papers of, noted, 46:395                             12:139n, 161
Philpot, Mrs. C. E., Pine Bluff, 5:362                     Pickett, W. J. (Union Co. slaveholder, 1850), 12:67
Philpot, Henry, 43:211                                     Pickett, William D. (surveyor, Cairo and Fulton RR),
Phipps, W. E. (state educ. commissioner), Little Rock,                 7:113
            5:205                                          Pickett's Mill (New Hope Church), Ga., battle of (1864),
Phipps Lumber Company, St. Paul, 10:96–97, 57:35, 37                   54:293
Phipps-Williams Lumber Company, 32:68                      Pickin' and a Grinnin' on the Courthouse Square, A: An


                                                         568
                          Arkansas Historical Quarterly Index
                                                   1942-2000
            Ozark Family Album, by Samm Woolley              Pfeiffer House in, 44:284–85
            Coombs, noted, 49:357–58                         pictures of, facing 23:17, 48:297
Pickles Gap (Faulkner Co. sch.), 15:104                      RRs to, 31:291, 38:119
Pictorial History of Arkansas from Earliest Times to      Piggott Critic, 40:153
            1890, by Fay Hempstead, noted, 37:288,        Piggott Pilgrim's Progress, noted, 11:140
            40:177                                        Pike (steamboat), 17:168
Pictorial History of Protestantism, by Virgilius Ferm,    Pike, Albert, 1:76, 5:105, 9:41, 10:67–68, 217, 15:4–5,
            revd., 17:303                                             17:355–56, 18:178, 19:207, 213–14, 28:217,
Picture postcards                                                     35:381, 37:319n, 43:102, 111, 121, 44:31,
    book on hist., of Ark., noted, 44:297                             46:366, 47:139, 48:86, 270, 49:328, 50:258,
    slide presentation on, 41:341                                     260, 54:363. See also Albert Pike Consistory;
Piedras, José de las (commandant, Nacogdoches),                       Albert Pike Memorial Museum
            19:104                                           administers oath to Gov. Conway (1836), 2:308,
Pierce, Almira (Pine Bluff AMA teacher), 30:246–49,                   9:37
            253, 31:322                                      A-Ha-Ka-Hai-Ya (pseud. of), 37:332
Pierce, Edgar, and Valley Springs Acad., 16:83               anti-Sevier (1836), 20:128, 133–34
Pierce, Frank, Baxter Co., round barn built by, 3:322        "Ariel" (poem by), noted, 19:210–11
Pierce, George F. (Episc. bishop of Ark.), Little Rock,      and Ark. Advocate, 10:400–401, 13:375, 14:131,
            2:241, 5:142, 11:107                                      217–18
Pierce, H. A. (ed., educ. journal), 19:328                   and A. W. Arrington, 14:333, 19:372, 20:207, 222
Pierce, Henry Niles, 36:73, 39:175, 48:355                   arrival at Ft. Smith (1832), 17:249
Pierce, Homer, and Valley Springs Acad., 16:83               art. on alleged plagiarism by, 13:270–77
Pierce, James (49er), 6:77                                   art. on, as ed., 10:393–408
Pierce, L. H., 50:195                                        art. on, as speaker, 10:138–56
Pierce, Judge Thomas, Phillips Co., 8:168                    art. on contributions of, to the Spirit of the Times,
Pierce, William Leigh, account of New Madrid                          37:318–53
            earthquakes (1811–12) by, 27:86n, 93–96, 98      art. on first experiences of, in Ark., 10:67–84
Pierce, William M., Little Rock, 42:255n                     art. on Little Rock home of, 13:123–26
Pierce-Lyman, Elizabeth, play by, noted, 22:73               art. on Mex. War experiences of, 12:301–15
Pierini, Umberto, 50:36                                      art. on plagiarism of poem "Every Year" by W.
Piernas, Pedro (Spanish cmdr. Natchez), 1:304, 2:266,                 Cowan, 12:1–7
            40:5n, 10, 12, 21, 26, 42:274n, 279              art. on political career of, 39:230–46
Pierson, Rev. Benjamin H. (Presby.), Washington Co.,         art. on Pea Ridge atrocities and (1862), 38:345–59
            3:174–76, 178–79, 181, 5:355–56, 28:320,         arts. on poetry of, 19:207–24, 22:351–64
            29:348–49                                        atty., 2:10, 18:27–28, 182
Pierson, Bill, noted in CSA letter, 12:355                        partner of R. W. Johnson, 38:247
Pierson, Ev. See Crawford, Ev Pierson (Mrs. James H.         E. Baxter's counsel (1874), 5:295
            Crawford)                                        book on life of, 13:270, 57:344-45
Pierson, J. G. W. (cmdr. Miller Co. militia), 19:101–2,      book on prose sketches and poems by, revd., 28:99–
            41:183                                                    101
Pierson, John, noted in CSA letter, 12:355                   Boston (Mass.) Pearl publishes poem by, 19:210,
Pierson, Michael D., rev., 56:477–79                                  212, 22:359
Pierson, Stephen, noted in CSA letter, 12:355                bust of, by V. Ream, 3:324
Pigeon Hill (landing), on Ouachita River below El            "Casca Letters" of, 10:81–82, 20:143
            Dorado, 6:277–78, 11:88, 22:114, 31:37, 54,      children of, 10:400, 12:1–7, 13:125, 17:355–56
            32:89                                            and const. conv. of 1836, 2:301, 303, 308, 30:191
Pigeon Roost Creek, Columbia Co., 11:3                       on crime in Ark., 23:61–62
Pigeon Roost Township, Prairie Co., naming of, 11:210        R. Crittenden supporter, 16:253, 19:220–21, 20:128,
Pigeons                                                               26:164
    cause crop damage (1845), 11:218                         CSA commissioner to the Indians, 8:105–6, 24:320–
    noted, on Ark. River by W. Irving, 4:223                          21, 25:67, 30:340–42
Pigg, Nancy, Benton Co., 13:107                              CSA gen., 8:106–7, 13:127–28, 15:4–6, 8, 11–14,
Piggees, Billy, 50:158                                                346, 17:132, 148–50, 152, 20:82–83, 94,
Piggott, Clay Co., 8:184, 14:178, 47:378                              21:239, 22:244–47, 249–50, 252, 25:37, 67,
    fighter plane named for, 23:20, 26                                26:87, 32:299, 306–8
    hist. bldgs. in, 41:368                                       leads Indian brig. at Pea Ridge (1862), 37:339n


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                      Arkansas Historical Quarterly Index
                                               1942-2000
defends A. Fowler (1836), 20:140                         Edgar Allen Poe on, 19:211
defends Ark. representation based on slave pop.          poetry of, 13:376
        (1835), 20:240                                   and Poland Comm., 5:295
denounced by New York Daily Tribune, 38:350, 358         portrait of, by E. P. Washburn, 3:327
describes                                                post–Civil War career of, 9:265, 267
    "deadening" of trees, 41:162                         and W. Quesenbury, 3:337, 37:336n
    B. Desha, 19:352–53                                  and Real Estate Bank (1867), 14:305, 26:232–33,
    F. Notrebe, 21:272                                            236
    G. D. Royston, 18:27–28                              recommends A. G. Mayers for commissary, 34:146–
diss. on, noted, 14:286, 39:230n                                  47
draft by, of Declaration of Ark. Independence            and H. Rector's claim to the Hot Springs, 15:285–91
        (1861), noted, 21:78                             and report of his "death," 37:330–31
duel with J. Roane, 6:194–95, 12:311–15                  and RR movt. in Ark., 12:179, 20:336–37
dueling pistols of, 10:335                               and A. H. Rutherford, 5:392
and B. T. DuVal, 7:53                                    schoolmaster, 8:212, 12:102
and elec. of 1836, 20:128–48                                  schoolhouse of, 3:315–16, 347, 11:62, 15:153
    aids campaign of People's party against Van          and secession crisis, 12:197, 218
        Buren, 20:136, 144–48                            some material on, noted, 39:358
and elec. of 1860, 12:189–90                             speaker, 18:280
entertained at Catalpa Hall, Batesville, 5:284           on state banking, 6:288
family of, and Weaver family, Little Rock, 10:335        state supreme court justice (1864), 17:15
"Fantasma" (poem by), 19:210, 212                        and statehood, 20:240, 41:223, 240
and S. C. Faulkner, 14:305, 30:148                       on J. T. Taylor, 20:207–10, 213–14, 219, 222–26
A. H. Garland defeats, for CSA Gen. Assembly,            views on African Americans, 34:296, 299–300
        39:166n                                          at Washington, 17:355–56
and J. Hallum, 10:262–63, 266                            as Whig leader, 26:368
and Gen. Hindman, 32:299, 306–8, 37:155                  on A. Yell, 26:166, 378
    quarrel over martial law, 37:153–56, 162, 166     Pike, Mrs. George, DeWitt, 18:100
as hunter, 11:32                                      Pike, Hamilton (son of Albert), 10:400
"Intercepted Letters" of, 19:220–21                   Pike, Isadore (daughter of Albert), 10:400, 17:355
and Know-Nothing party, 5:398, 34:293–94, 296,        Pike, J. M. (CSA), 35:88
        299–300, 302                                  Pike, James G. (CSA), 35:76, 84–85, 88–89
and legis. of 1836, 6:288, 291                        Pike, Lillian (daughter of Albert), 10:400, 13:125–355,
letter on, by J. Hallum, 19:372–73                                19:210n
letters of, noted, 15:177, 16:105                        letter of, on W. Cowan's plagiarism of poem by A.
library of, 8:212                                                 Pike, 13:1–3
Little Rock home of, 3:314–15, 314–15, 11:205,        Pike, Luther Hamilton (son of Albert), 37:338
        13:123–26, 123–26, 130–31, 130–31, 53:4, 6,   Pike, Mary Ann Hamilton (Mrs. Albert Pike), 10:400,
        9–10, 9–10                                                13:124–25, 39:231
    picture of, facing 47:378                         Pike, Sgt. Edward A. (USA), 52:142–43
    used as women's coll., 13:301                     Pike, W. A. (CSA), 35:88
and Little Rock Theater, 12:329, 23:173               Pike, W. R. (CSA), 35:88
"Los Tiempos" credited with attracting Crittenden's   Pike, Walter Lacy (son of Albert), 10:400, 17:355,
        attention, 1833, 19:214–24                                37:338
on mail service, 1836, 15:191                         Pike, Yvon (son of Albert), 10:400, 17:355–56, 38:355
and marriage, 10:400, 13:124–25                       Pike, Zebulon Montgomery, 8:339, 24:195, 47:382,
and Mex. War, 12:301–15, 16:372                                   58:85
    leads unit at Buena Vista (1847), 12:308–33,         book, 48:138, 151, 153–54, 162
        15:231, 16:398–401                               explorations of, 7:251–52, 19:195–96, 198, 200–
    letter from member of (1847), 16:398–401                      201, 203–5, 20:42
    takes message of Gen. Taylor to Col. Doniphan,       maps of, 37:206–7
        12:311                                        Pike City, Pike Co., RR extended to (1891), 31:283
militia company of, 41:185–86                         Pike County, 1:58, 3:161, 232, 5:15, 35:361–64, 40:181,
Morals and Dogma by, noted, 17:355–56                             43:104n, 181, 190, 46:1, 221, 49:169, 170,
on origin of the word "Arkansas," 19:195–96                       240, 52:234, 235, 236, 240
picture of, facing 37:330                                African American settler's estate in, 39:355–56


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                           Arkansas Historical Quarterly Index
                                                     1942-2000
    bibliog. on, 25:189, 36:70, 83–84                            battle of (1864), 7:54
    book on 1860 census in, noted, 45:355                    Pilot Rock, Madison Co., 10:24
    cotton factory in, 15:137–39, 31:19                      Pim, Thomas, Batesville, 8:152–53, 159
    Howard Co. created from, 12:266, 13:369                      schs. of, 12:98–99
    joins regional library, 6:454                            Pin Cherokees
    once part of Hempstead Co., 39:92                            in Civil War, 6:235, 241–42, 247, 11:249, 23:150
    peach orchard in, 10:221                                     defined, 8:104–5, 33:140
    and Reconstruction, 12:159, 162, 166                         USA loyalists at Prairie Grove (1862), 2:311
    Repub. voting in, 7:207                                  Pinchot, Gifford, 59:8
    and secession, 12:196, 223                               Pinckney, Charles, of S.C., on Mo. controversy, 24:60
    settlement of, 13:264                                    Pinckney, Crittenden Co.
    slaveholdings in (1850), 12:45                               African American news dispatches from, 33:299n
    in SARA, 37:198                                              flood damage at (1893), 33:299
    swamplands in, 6:376                                     Pindall, Searcy Co., 8:318, 33:253
Pike County Historical Society, 37:86, 39:266, 43:72             growth of, 37:300
Pike-Fletcher-Terry House, Little Rock, 3:314–15,                and the M&NA RR, 33:275, 289
            11:205, 13:123–26, 130–31, 38:279, 43:90,        Pindall, Lebbeus A. (CSA), and 9th Mo. Sharpshooters
            53:4, 6, 9–10                                                Btn. at Helena (1863), 20:275, 295
    picture of, facing 47:378                                Pindall, Gov. Xenophon Overton, Ark. City, 4:247,
    used as women's coll. (under A. Pike), 13:301                        41:35, 44:23, 50:47
Pike Guards (CSA), in 3rd Ark. Inf., 44:18                       and penitentiary, 22:219
Piland, Rev. Gell Ford, McLean's Bottom, 11:330                  and convict leasing, 52:15
Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church, Independence Co., 5:163             receiver of Climber Motor Co., Little Rock, 29:224
Pilgrim Rest Church, Pulaski Co., 21:176                         and run-off primary, 3:224
Pilgrims (T. Flint's term for religious enthusiasts in       Pine, John C., 18:321, 23:190
            Ark.), 4:220                                         revs., 15:373–74, 19:374–75, 20:199
Pilgrim's Progress. See Paragould Pilgrim's Progress;        Pine, Linda, 49:182, 333
            Piggott Pilgrim's Progress; Rector Pilgrim's         paper by, noted, 43:340
            Progress                                             thesis by, noted, 45:362
Pilkington, Frederick, 40:36n                                Pine, William B., and Ouachita Nat. Park, 55:414
Pilkington, Sen. James H., Hope                              Pine Bayou, Izard Co., 8:142, 37:188
    paper by, noted, 19:75                                   Pine Bluff, Jefferson Co., 2:274, 3:116, 190, 237, 324–
    and run-off-primary law, 3:241, 243                                  25, 328, 334, 348, 4:265, 267, 372, 5:23n,
Pilkinton, Judge James, Hempstead Co., 36:205                            304, 327, 353, 7:271, 317–21, 328, 9:215,
Pilkinton, James H., Sr., 49:289                                         237, 10:267, 14:172, 175, 15:36, 19:4, 51,
Pillars, Charles, 45:247                                                 54, 56–57, 196, 26:224, 27:75, 336, 28:302,
Pillars, Hayes, 45:238, 240–42, 244, 247, 249                            29:202, 30:281, 33:45, 63, 114n, 321, 34:54,
Pillow, Emma R. (Mrs. Jerome B. Pillow), Helena,                         35:34, 37:320, 39:11, 59, 130, 259, 42:110n,
            2:255, 50:324, 339, 345, 55:68, 76, 87                       308, 43:89, 139, 44:95, 45:327, 48:163
Pillow, Gen. Gideon J. (CSA), Helena, 17:124, 23:332,            and African Americans, 31:224, 228n, 231–32,
            334–40, 44:63, 53:155, 156                                   32:155, 33:5, 306, 34:152, 155, 157, 49:250,
    plantation home of, used as freedmen's home, 1:107                   258, 260, 266, 268–69, 272–73
    slaveholdings of, 6:258, 12:67                                   inst. at (1898), 14:199
Pillow, Haywood (ex-slave), 44:61n                                   news dispatches from, 33:298–99, 304–6
Pillow, Jerome B., Helena, 40:276                                    normal sch. planned by AMA, 31:254–61
    slaveholdings of (1850), 12:67                                   schs. for, during Reconstruction, 48:256–57
Pillow, Napoleon B., 46:12                                           streetcar line owned by Wiley Jones, in, 33:306
Pillow family, Helena, 41:113                                        troops from, in E. Baxter forces (1874), 15:148–
Pillow-Thompson House, Helena, 46:296                                    49
    picture of, facing 46:296                                        vote in, 9:43
Pills, Petticoats, and Plows: The Southern Country               AHA and, 36:365, 37:93, 195, 354–58, 44:358,
            Store, by Thomas D. Clark, revd., 3:281–84                   45:283, 335, 361, 46:91, 203, 376–83
Pilot. See Batesville Pilot                                      air show at, 5:370
Pilot Grove Benedictines, 56:89, 92                              AMA freedmen's schs. at, 30:124, 130–44, 245–48,
Pilot Knob, Boone Co., 13:64–65                                          250–51, 254, 258, 31:250, 260, 309–10, 315–
Pilot Knob, Mo., 32:300, 38:133                                          18, 321–24, 326–27


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AMA home colonies at, 30:126, 51:141                           farm colonies around, 46:180, 182
and Ark. Soc. for Crippled Children, 5:359–62, 367,            fire in east end of (1907), 41:33
         369–70, 372                                           First Bapt. Church of, 38:216–18
art. on Arabella L. Wilson's letter describing (1863),         and flood of 1927, 43:327–38
         47:257–72                                             and flu epidemic (1918), 47:340–41
art. on Ferd Havis (African American Repub. leader             freedmen labor on plantations near, 1:105, 110–13
         in), 37:240–51                                        freedmen's camp and hosp. at, 51:137, 144, 145,
art. on Gen. Marmaduke's attack on (1863), 23:291–                     149, 153, 154–57
         313                                                   German auth. at, 11:182
art. on Noel family of, 12:115–19                              Goree family at, 12:118
arts. on Branch Normal Coll. at, 30:277–314, 41:3–             govt. of, 1:15
         50                                                    Grider Field at, 35:132n
award of merit to, from Holland's Magazine, 5:370              heritage tour of, 40:89
A. Barraque lived near, 19:196                                 J. H. Hinemon (supt. of schs. in), 40:327
Board of Health at, 51:161                                     hist. bldg. in, 41:368
J. W. Bocage's home at, 3:321                                  hist. homes in, 3:321, 35:123
book on hist. of, noted, 41:359                                    D. W. Carroll Home, 38:241
book on hist. of Lakeside Meth. Church, noted,                 hotels in, 5:360, 11:210, 15:194
         46:87, 302                                                Pines Hotel, 40:87, 46:71
book on hist. of St. Joseph's Rom. Cath. Church in,            housing shortage at (WWII), 11:276
         noted, 44:189                                         and J. M. Hudson, 19:271–72, 275, 279
book on pres. of AM&N Coll. at, noted, 45:78                   immigration company at, 7:216
Branch Normal Coll. at, 6:432, 31:257–61                       juvenile delinquency in (1940–41), 39:23–24
Breckinridge-Lane rally at (1860), 39:235–36                   KKK at, 22:17, 318
Breckinridge Plantation near, 38:5                             levee at, 7:21, 23, 35
and Brooks-Baxter War (1874), 4:137, 14:190                    lime use in, 51:160
charity assoc. at, 26:156                                      lumber industry at, 7:180
during Civil War, 2:274, 6:181, 7:58, 60, 8:243,               mail route to (1830), 12:231
         9:276, 10:183, 12:394, 14:382–83, 18:275–             map of, facing 47:262
         76, 340, 19:51, 54–57, 22:103, 157–58, 226,           mental healthcare program of, 37:239
         241, 268, 30:130, 31:329, 32:80, 85, 87,              Merchants and Planters Bank at, 45:269
         33:108, 110, 38:131n, 136–39, 39:195,                     picture of, facing 45:270
         40:238, 42:65–66, 81, 135, 139, 147, 158n,            Meth. sch. at (1838), 48:237
         163, 46:56, 58, 49:108–13, 122, 131                   Dr. J. Morris moves to (1859), 38:169, 175
     action near, at Bayou Bartholomew (1863),                 Mother's Half-Hour Club of, 44:123
         23:296–97, 302                                        Mt. Marie (earlier name of), 13:319, 18:48, 32:231
     captured by USA troops (1863), 37:165                     novel set in, 26:294
     declared unhealthy (1864), 40:241                         T. Nuttall describes (1819), 5:175
     description of, in CSA diary, 9:270                       picture of Havis Bldg. in, following 37:240
     14th Kans. Cav. sent to (1865), 24:228                    picture of monument to D. O. Dodd in, facing
     letter from (1862), 20:377–87                                     37:136
     maps showing 1863 attack on, facing 23:296,               pictures of, facing 23:304, 30:294, 296
         312                                                   politics in (1890s), 44:229
     paper on, noted, 46:381                                   pop. of, 27:178, 38:244n
P. Clayton and, 7:58, 8:10, 37:62                              post office est. at, 18:48
Colored State Fair at (1888), 41:303–4                         "prosperity special" at (1922), 34:331
cotton production at (1900), 40:142n                           POW branch work camp near, 37:14
DAR org. at, 2:361                                             POWs work at cotton compress in, 37:18
E. Debs speaks at (1908), 40:142                               racial barrier in municipal politics est. (1893),
desegregation in, 30:97, 100, 120                                      33:297
De Soto route at, 2:109                                        during Reconstruction, 19:271–72, 275, 279,
destruction of, by "cloudburst" prophesied (1903),                     31:155–56
         41:18                                                     mortality in, 51:137, 151–52
and F. Douglass, 41:307–8, 312                                 Rom. Cath. mission est. in, 48:225–26, 230–34,
early schs. at, 12:99, 101–3                                           236–39
early settlers of, 11:210                                      and RRs, 7:128, 137, 140, 156–57, 160, 168, 178–


                                                         572
                          Arkansas Historical Quarterly Index
                                                    1942-2000
           80, 184, 186, 191, 31:283–84                    Pine Bluff Jefferson County Agitator, 40:153
       depot constructed at, 7:157                         Pine Bluff Jefferson Republican, 37:247
   Rust Cotton Picker manufactured at (1949), 9:49         "Pine Bluff Meeting of the AHA," by Patrick Zollner,
   St. Paul Bapt. Church of, 41:308                                    58:325–28
   Saracen at, 4:173–74, 9:209                             "Pine Bluff Meeting of the Arkansas Historical
   segregation in (1904), 41:25–26                                     Association," by Walter L. Brown, 37:254–
   slaves at, 3:163                                                    58
   Socialist local org. at (1903), 40:128                  "Pine Bluff Meeting of the Arkansas Historical
   stage to, from Little Rock, 8:1                                     Association, 1987," by Walter L. Brown,
   streetcars in, noted, 44:225                                        46:376–83
   swampland dist. at, 6:383                               Pine Bluff Press, 1:313, 27:186, 35:364, 37:243–44,
   teachers' salaries in, equalized (1948), 9:45                       38:47, 48:61, 59:151
   theater at (1839), 12:396                               Pine Bluff Press-Eagle, 26:213, 34:47, 69, 37:246–47
   woman suffrage activity at, 15:35–36                    Pine Bluff Republican, 14:294, 30:284
   women's assoc. at, seeks to est. hosp. (1899), 44:120   Pine Bluff Southern Vindicator, 31:155–56
   yellow fever scares at (1888, 1905), 41:28, 305         Pine Bluff Weekly Press. See Pine Bluff Press
Pine Bluff, Monroe, and New Orleans Railway                Pine Bluff Women's Center, 40:90
           Company, 31:283                                 Pine City, Monroe Co., and RR to Brinkley, 31:281
Pine Bluff, Princeton, and Arkadelphia Railroad, 7:126     Pinecrest Cemetery, Little Rock, 36:279
Pine Bluff, Sheridan, and Southern Railroad, 7:180,        Pine forests, 46:60–68
           31:289n                                         Pine Grove, Dallas Co., 43:178–79, 48:198
Pine Bluff (steamboat), 24:325, 26:91                         African American dispatches from, 33:299n
Pine Bluff and Arkansas River Railway, 7:170, 185,         Pine Hollow (Ozark bluff-dwellers site), Carroll Co.,
           30:310, 31:284                                              5:275
Pine Bluff and Eastern Railway Company, 31:284             Pine Mountain, Izard Co., 36:132
Pine Bluff and Jefferson County: A Pictorial History, by   Pine Mountain Americans, by Ruff Haydn, revd., 6:475
           James W. Leslie, noted, 41:359                  Pine Ridge (once Waters), Montgomery Co., 27:146–
Pine Bluff and Napoleon Railroad (proposed), 38:175                    47, 151–52, 156–57, 159–61, 163, 45:91
Pine Bluff and Swan Lake Railroad, 31:283                  Pine Ridge congregation, Grant Co., 7:326
Pine Bluff and Western Railway Company, 7:168, 170         Pines Hotel, Pine Bluff, picture of, facing 40:87
Pine Bluff Bellwood Cemetery, 47:259, 260n                 Pine Street Presbyterian Church, Texarkana, 5:351
Pine Bluff Board of Trade, 41:38, 42                       Pine Torch. See Washington Pine Torch
Pine Bluff City Directory, 37:249                          Pineville, Izard Co., 15:321
Pine Bluff College, founded by Ark. Gen. Assembly,         Pineville, Mo., 19:258, 26:124, 28:158, 160, 361
           9:47, 30:281–83, 304–7, 31:258                  Piney, Johnson Co., 25:148, 29:238
Pine Bluff Commercial, 5:359n, 362, 6:92–93, 24:38,        Piney Mountain, Logan Co., skirmish at (1864), 22:158
           26:213, 29:51–63, 37:247, 251, 41:13, 303,      Pink bollworm, 26:49, 66, 68, 70
           43:147, 44:110, 47:272                          Pinkley, Mr. and Mrs. G. W., Eureka Springs, 5:297n
   on cotton picker, 52:69                                 Pinkley-Call, Cora, "Stories about the Origin of Eureka
   on disfranchisement, 55:150                                         Springs," 5:297–307
   on evolution controversy, 38:299                        Pinnacle Mountain, Pulaski Co., sketched by T. Nuttall,
Pine Bluff Commoner, 40:137–38, 153                                    15:258n
Pine Bluff Country Club, 37:354, 356                       Pinnacle Springs, Faulkner Co., described, 11:45
Pine Bluff Daily Graphic. See Pine Bluff Graphic           Pinnacle Springs Ledger, 11:211
Pine Bluff Dispatch, 14:223, 51:152, 160                   Pino, Antonio, 40:25
Pine Bluff District (Meth. Church), 4:236                  Pinson, Rev. W. B., Texarkana, 5:351
Pine Bluff Echo, 33:293                                    Pioneer. See Dallas Pioneer; Maddock Pioneer
Pine Bluff First Baptist Church, 54:344                    Pioneer Cemetery, Washington, 18:43
Pine Bluff Grand Masonic Temple, 49:258                    Pioneer Commercial Photography: The Burgert
Pine Bluff Graphic, 5:361–62, 37:272, 41:14, 19, 31,                   Brothers, Tampa, Florida, by Robert E.
           34, 46, 47:328                                              Snyder and Jack B. Moore, noted, 52:97
   on lynching, 52:172–73, 183                             Pioneer Corps, African American troops of, in Ark.
Pine Bluff Herald, 41:23                                               (1864), 19:56
Pine Bluff Hornet, 41:309–10                               Pioneer Days in the Early Southwest, by Grant
Pine Bluff Hotel Company, 40:87                                        Foreman, noted, 53:255
Pine Bluff Industrial Foundation, 52:69                    Pioneer Irrigation Company, Stuttgart, 14:36–37


                                                       573
                           Arkansas Historical Quarterly Index
                                                    1942-2000
Pioneer life                                                 Pitcher, Dick (CSA), 42:74–77, 79, 146
    arts. on, in Ark., 6:117–31, 13:372–85                   Pitchford, Raymond, Crosstt, 59:45
    and church houses, 5:167–68                              Pitchlynn, John P., and survey of 1825 Choctaw line,
    descriptions of, in Ark.                                             27:49
        in Billingsly letter, 11:328                         Pitchlynn, Peter (Choctaw leader), 49:202n
        in Clark Co., 4:320–22                                   and Ark.-Choctaw boundary, 28:212, 215–19, 221–
        by F. Gerstaecker, 5:40–57                                       22
        by A. Pike, 10:69–70                                     book on, revd., 31:300–302
        in Pope Co., 10:74–75                                    picture of, facing 28:214
    folkways of, 10:189–91                                   Pitcock, Cynthia DeHaven, 59:312
        Ouachita Co., 5:331–32                               Pitman, Mr., Dallas Co., 35:174n
    handcrafts of, 2:223                                     Pitman, Dr. Peyton R., 3:45, 4:357, 359
"Pioneer Mother of Clark County," by Mrs. W. W.              Pitman, Randolph Co., 5:159
            Bledsoe, 4:317–24                                Pitman family (early Lawrence Co. settlers), 3:42
"Pioneer of Horticulture," by Thomas Rothrock, 12:34–        Pitman's (Hix's) Ferry, on Current River, 4:357, 6:212
            37                                                   skirmishes at (1862), 2:66, 22:158
Pioneer Press (Little Rock publisher), 26:383                    hdqrs. of Gen. Hardee (1861), 24:334, 337
Pioneers, Ancestors and Descendants of Yell County,          Pittman, Dan W., "The Founding of Dyess Colony,"
            Arkansas, noted, 43:84                                       29:313–26
"Pioneer Saline County and the Early Timber Industry,"       Pittman, Donald (Ark. State Plant Board), Magnolia,
            by Elizabeth F. Shores, noted, 54:234                        26:69
Pioneers and Makers of Arkansas, by Josiah H. Shinn,         Pittman, H. N., Berryville, 28:80
            revd., 26:196                                    Pittman, Henry, 54:343
"Pioneers at Rest in Deserted Graveyard," by Effie           Pittman, J. M. (CSA), 1:65
            Allison Wall, 8:170                              Pittman, Judge James Middleton, 44:130
"Pioneers of Ashley County," by Y. W. Etheridge,             Pittman, Mary Dallas, Washington Co. See Hinds, Mary
            16:63–77                                                     Dallas Pittman (Mrs. William Green Dudley
Pioneer Washington Foundation, 41:197, 42:308                            Hinds)
Pioneer Washington Restoration Foundation, 43:283,           Pittman, Oakley, 37:112
            48:206, 377, 49:289–90                           Pittman, Capt. Philip (British Royal Engineers), visits
Pious fund claims, 38:340–41                                             Ark. Post, 2:149–50, 153, 155–56, 7:145,
Piper, T. E., Batesville, 15:268                                         16:127, 42:272–73, 381n, 51:75, 79, 53:131
Pipkin, Charles Wooten, Little Rock, 1:96, 29:45             Pittman, Ralph R., 46:225
Pipkin, John G. (dir., Ark. Welfare Dept.), Little Rock,     Pittman, S. P., Fayetteville, 13:326
            1:279, 284–85, 3:294, 5:109–10                   Pittmore, H. K., Little Rock, 36:120
Pipkin, Mary, Saline Co., 32:75                              Pitts, Charles F., Chaplains in Gray: The Confederate
Pipkin, William E. (CSA), 18:197, 32:73, 75                              Chaplains Story, revd., 16:412–14
Pirnique, Dr. A. F., Little Rock, 1:189                      Pitts, Lewis, 45:247
Pirogue (canoe made from hollowed tree trunk), 27:133        Pitts, Mary Jane Iza. See Hays, Mary Jane Iza Pitts
Pirogue Lake, Bradley Co., 48:164                                        (Mrs. William Jasper Hays)
Pirtle, A. V., Polk Co., 46:202                              Pitts, Robert, Lincoln, 34:261
Pirtle, Rev. George, Pine Bluff, 29:52                       Pitts, Sterling, Lincoln, 34:259
Pistol Hill (lawless dist. outside El Dorado, 1921),         Pitts, Thomas, Chicot Co., 59:179
            33:215, 225                                      Pitts, Valentine (CSA), 18:97
Piston, Walter, 54:462                                       Pittsburg, Johnson Co., 10:7n, 11:289, 292–93, 12:286,
Piston, William Garrett                                                  14:273, 283
    rev., 52:194–96                                          Pittsburgh Reduction Company (ALCOA)
    Wilson's Creek: The Second Battle of the Civil War           Bauxite est. by, 27:338–57
            and the Men Who Fought It, revd., 59:461–            buys control of bauxite deposits in Ark., 27:337, 377
            62                                               Pittsburg Landing, 54:279
Pitcaithley, Dwight T.                                       Pitzman, Julius (USA), 18:253
    Let the River Be, revd., 47:381–83                       Pizarro, Francisco, 49:297, 303–4, 51:7, 19, 27
    "Settlement of the Arkansas Ozarks: The Buffalo          Place and Name Index: Tables of Contents, Desha
            River Valley," 37:203–22                                     County Historical Society, 41:355
    "Zinc and Lead Mining along the Buffalo River,"          "Place at the Table, A: Hot Springs and the G.I. Revolt,"
            37:293–305                                                   by Patsy Hawthorn Ramsey, 59:407–28


                                                           574
                          Arkansas Historical Quarterly Index
                                                    1942-2000
Place Called Grinnel Flat, A, by Neal Buffaloe, noted,         Russellville, 20:388–91
           53:112                                              Searcy Co., 37:213
Place Called Subiaco, A: A History of the Benedictine          Spanish, 19:201–2
           Monks in Arkansas, by Hugh Assenmacher,             Taylor, 11:9–10
           revd., 38:184–86                                    Winslow, 31:92
"Place in History for Ann James," by Deane G. Carter,          Yellville, 37:213
           28:309–23                                       Place to Remember, A: Using History to Build
"Place Names and Place Name Study," by Norman W.                       Community, by Robert R. Archibald, noted,
           Caldwell, 3:28–36                                           59:120
Place names, Arkansas. See also French place names         Placker, Frederick, Ashley Co., 16:69
   art. on, 3:28–36                                        Placker, James, Ashley Co., 16:69
   art. on, in Columbia Co., 11:1–14                       Placker, Nancy, Ashley Co., 16:65
   art. on, noted, 15:152                                  "'Plagiarism' of Albert Pike," by Alexander E. Jones,
   art. on "Arkansas," 4:175–79                                        13:270–77
   art. on colonial, 48:137–68                             "Plagiarism of an Albert Pike Poem," by Eugene Nolte,
   art. on French, 19:191–206                                          12:1–7
   Atlanta, 2:216                                          "Plague on the Homefront: Arkansas and the Great
   Base Line Rd., 19:268                                               Influenza Epidemic of 1918," by Kim Allen
   Batavia, 6:95                                                       Scott, 47:311–44
   in Benton Co., 15:91                                        correction, 48:85
   book on, noted, 46:89, 47:84                            Plain folk, art. on Banks family of Yell Co., 41:146–67
   Brinkley, 7:117, 124                                    Plain Folk of the Old South, by Frank L Owsley, revd.,
   Brough Collection, Little Rock Public Library,                      9:60–61
           source for, 3:35                                Plair, William, Ashley Co., 16:70
   Buffalo River, 37:206–7                                 Plait, James, Ashley Co., 16:70
   Burnt Bridge, Columbia Co., 11:12                       Plank, E. N., Benton Co., 26:57, 34:253
   Caddo, 11:124                                           Plank, Louise, Benton Co., 7:68n, 18:199
   Clarendon, 27:136                                       Plank, W. H., Benton Co., 7:79
   Dallas, 21:47n                                          Plant, Charles (CSA), 2:182
   Dardanelle, 6:199                                       Plant, Deborah G., Every Tub Must Sit on Its Own
   Dermott, 12:253n                                                    Bottom: The Philosophy and Politics of Zora
   Ellis, 4:157                                                        Neale Hurston, revd., 56:109–11
   Exeter, 37:298                                          Plant, T. L. (Cleburne Co. sheriff), and WWI draft
   and foreign immigration to state, 7:211                             dodgers, 26:27–30
   French, 27:133                                          Plantation Agriculture Museum, Scott, 50:111
   German, 7:320                                           Plantation counties, art. on effect of Civil War on,
   Gilbert, 33:285, 37:301                                             51:105–18
   Heber Springs, 18:219, 42:35                            Plantation labor experiment, 53:137–60
   Helena, 8:165–66                                        Plantations, 3:78–79, 81, 83–89, 99, 106, 116, 151–52,
   Hillsboro, 31:37                                                    156, 317, 321, 360–61
   Holly Grove, 11:332                                         accounts for, noted, 21:77
   Judsonia, 1:89                                              art. on, 59:147–85
   Magazine, 19:202                                            art. on, in Columbia Co., 8:327–30
   Marion Co., 37:213                                          art. on abandoned, and freedmen as laborers, 1:101–
   Marshall, 37:214                                                    16
   Mena, 21:46n                                                art. on journal of, in Clark Co. (1857), 18:401–9
   Miller Co., 42:346                                          art. on encyclopedia for, 21:132–45
   Moscow, 3:190                                               arts. on Sunnyside, 50:5–93
   Newton Co., 37:214                                          book on (1920–42), revd., 3:290–93
   Oil Trough, 37:205                                          book on, in Crittenden Co., noted, 13:210–11
   Paragould, 7:184                                            book on life on, noted, 48:79
   Pocahontas, 4:359–60                                        in Chicot Co., 14:301–2, 305–6, 17:223n, 50:5-93,
   Poinsett Co., 37:340                                                59:147-85
   Polk Co., 21:47n                                            in Clark Co., 6:265
   Prairie Co., 13:231n                                        in Columbia Co., 14:381n
   Rogers, 31:92                                               diss. on (1850–76), noted, 28:295n


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                          Arkansas Historical Quarterly Index
                                                   1942-2000
    and fall of Vicksburg (1863), 1:104                   Plott, Vernetta (Mrs. Jonathan Eldridge), Randolph Co.,
    freedmen schs. on, 31:308–11, 317, 321, 326–27,                   4:355
            34:313                                        Plow Boy (pioneer steamboat), on St. Francis River,
    T. H. Gist's, Phillips and Lee cos., noted, 41:193,               7:227–28
            44:363                                        Plows, picture of, facing 41:156
    Little, Faulkner Co., 40:91                           Plumb, Preston B. (USA), 46:262, 265, 273–81, 56:42
    in Miss. Co., 6:264                                   Plum Bayou, Jefferson Co., 43:328, 48:133n, 49:108
    in Phillips Co., 40:164                               Plum Bayou Levee District, 4:414
    picture of smokehouse on Morrison, facing 41:172      Plumerville, Conway Co., 14:114, 286, 49:258, 52:315,
    planters, 1850, 12:48-74                                          316
    in Poinsett Co., 32:350                                  John Clayton assassinated at, 30:305, 37:247,
    in Pulaski Co., 14:302                                            41:306
    at Tucker, 44:362–63                                     political violence in, 52:371–404
    near Tyronza, 32:345–46                                  Sims Hotel in, picture of, facing 40:360
    at West Helena, 33:291                                Plummer, Coy, Heber Springs, 10:209
    in Woodruff Co., 32:308–9                             Plummer, Fred, 49:284
Plantation system in 1920s, 39:301, 304–6, 308, 310–12    Plummer, Joseph B. (USA), 24:333
Planter. See Napoleon Planter                             Plum Point, 44:20
Planters, Ark., Grange org. at, 4:342                     Plums, 43:99, 112
Planters' Hotel, Osceola, 24:121                          Plum Thicket, The, by Janice H. Giles, noted, 55:242
Planters' Hotel, Searcy, 40:322                           Plunkett, L. A., "History of the Arkansas Gazette,"
Planters Township, Chicot Co., 18:228                                 noted, 14:286
Planting in the Dust (play), 46:91, 376                   Poage, Bill, 54:11
Planty, Earl, stamp collectors' authority, 30:57          Poague, Maj. Robert O., at Camp Pike, reports on
Plasceras, Josef (Spanish soldier), 2:266                             Elaine race riot (1919), 33:180–81, 187–88
Platton Rock, on Miss. River, 42:28                       Pocahontas, Randolph Co., 2:60, 3:40, 46, 49, 4:353,
Plaza, Joe, Houston, Tex., 47:192                                     355, 361–62, 5:160, 182, 6:95, 212, 9:234,
Plazeres, Joseph, 40:26                                               237, 245, 13:58, 14:178, 21:162, 40:361,
Pleasant, Rev. R. P. (Little Rock African American                    43:159, 44:189, 49:134
            min.), 33:304                                    Bettis Bluff (former name of), 6:212
Pleasant Hill, La., battle of (1864), 18:339–40, 19:51,      centennial of, 15:273
            33:110                                           circus at (1838), 8:155
Pleasant Hill Church, Carroll Co., 6:459                     Civil War and
Pleasant Hill Church (Bapt.), Clark Co., 38:215n                  S. Borland's hdqrs. at, 37:149
Pleasant Hill Methodist Church, 16:298                            events at, 2:60, 15:172–73, 346, 22:159, 26:80,
"Pleasant Hill Methodist Church, Carroll Co., 1853–                   84–85, 87
            1894," by Boyd W. Johnson, 16:294–303                 letters from, noted, 14:78
Pleasant Hill Methodist Episcopal Church, near El                 described by USA troops, 48:321
            Dorado, 1:88                                          Gen. Price moves through on way to Mo. (1864),
Pleasant Plains, Independence Co., 8:142, 15:294,                     38:133
            42:206                                                Gen. Van Dorn's hdqrs. at (1862), 15:5–6, 20:81
Pleasant v. State, 44:148–49                                 co. seat, 4:359–60, 51:349
Pleasant Valley (now Naylor), Faulkner Co., 25:23            courthouse in, 48:74
Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Faulkner Co., 28:87                est. (1835), 5:138
Pleasants, Rev. Charles E., Ft. Smith, 44:278–79             ferry on Black River at, 39:145
"Pleasures of Prosperity, Bella Vista, Arkansas, 1917–       French trading post at, 3:38–39
            1929," by Ellen Compton Shipley, 37:99–129       Germans settle at, 15:80
Pleisance, Aloysius, "The Arkansas Factory, 1805–            mural in post office at, 3:332
            1810," 11:184–200                                naming of, 4:359–60
Plemmons, Bill, Fayetteville, 33:314n                        and RRs, 7:105, 9:252
Pless, Charley, Pope Co., 13:201                          Pocahontas Star Herald, 40:176
Plessy v. Ferguson, 56:167, 59:243                        Pod. See Pea Ridge Pod
Plott, Daniel (early Randolph Co. settler), 4:355, 359    Poe, Betty, Little Rock, 36:167–68
Plott, David, 50:246                                      Poe, Deleta Jacqueline, "Lake Conway, Arkansas'
    family of, 51:329, 332–34, 346–48                                 Newest, Finest Playground," 12:106–8
Plott, Steven L., book by, noted, 57:87–88                Poe, Edgar Allen, 19:211, 22:361, 364


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                                                   1942-2000
Poe, James T. (CSA), 19:45, 38:142n                       Point Remove Church (Bapt.), Conway Co., 38:215
Poe, Dr. John S., 37:234                                  Point Remove Creek, Conway Co., 6:351, 355, 10:89,
Poe, McDonald, Sr., Waldron, book by, noted, 44:355                   48:154
Poe, Ned, 55:288, 291, 293, 296                              description of land along, 13:343
Poe, Sam E., and Ark. State Plant Board, 26:63               duel at (1827), 6:191, 19:309
Poe, Tom, Little Rock, 57:136                                and eastern Cherokee boundary (1817–28), 6:160–
Poe, Grant Co., 7:327                                                 61, 19:18, 21:203, 31:166
"Poem, A," by Albert Pike, 37:325                            and eastern Choctaw boundary (1820–25), 19:23,
Poe's Cavalry Battalion (CSA), book on, noted, 49:285                 21:197
Poet Laureate of Arkansas, 5:96, 35:295                      origin of name of, 19:205
Poetry, 53:1                                              "Points and Places of Historical Interest in Arkansas,"
Poetry                                                                by Charles Hillman Brough, noted, 19:56n
   discussion of, 19:207, 224                             Point Township, Woodruff Co., 43:193–94
   in early Ark. newspapers, 13:376                       Poison Spring, Ouachita Co., battle of (1864), 6:181,
"Poets Laureate of Arkansas," by Susan L. Bailey,                     342, 7:60, 323, 8:242–43, 9:215–19, 17:273,
           49:51–56                                                   275, 298n, 19:40, 50–51, 59, 20:14n, 15, 250,
Poets Roundtable of Arkansas, 39:91                                   22:102–3, 107, 157, 266–70, 26:264n, 31:47,
Pogue, Claiborne, Ashley Co., 16:69                                   38:132, 41:323, 42:81n
Pogue, James, Ashley Co., 16:69                              account of, in C. T. Anderson memoirs, 8:342–43
Pogue, Lisa H., 45:284                                       account of, in diary, 9:215–19, 16:316
Pogue, Thomas, Canehill, 29:213                              art. on, 18:338–49
Pohlmann, Marcus D., book by, noted, 56:119–20               J. H. Atkinson speaks at site of (1961), 20:188
Poindexter, H. P., and Cairo and Fulton RR, 7:109            book on, noted, 36:57
Poindexter, Kenneth W., Ouachita Co., 46:307, 405,           CSA losses at, 18:348
           48:204, 351, 49:182, 332                          CSA plan for, 18:345
Poindexter, Ray, Arkansas Airwaves, noted, 33:342;           maps of, following 18:338
           revd., 34:93–96                                   state park commemorating, 41:98
Poinsett, Joel R. (U.S. sec. of war), 20:21, 35:339,         treatment of black USA troops at, 9:215, 18:341–42,
           37:340–41                                                  347–49, 22:107
Poinsett County, 3:160, 34:33–34, 40:249n, 43:338            USA losses at, 18:348
   bibliog. on, 25:189, 36:70, 83                         Poke Bayou (now Batesville), Independence Co., 1:148,
   drainage dist. in, 5:264                                           151, 3:42–43, 45, 47–48, 4:166, 5:283,
   and elec. of 1892, 7:207                                           8:134, 142, 159, 9:233, 11:15, 17–18, 331,
   and primary elec. of 1914, 37:258–59                               18:47, 19:186, 27:135, 36:132, 49:219. See
   farmers in, use POWs to pick cotton, 37:17                         also Batesville
   land cleared in (1950–55), 13:355–57                      early settlement along, 3:42–43
   named for J. R. Poinsett, 37:340n                         hunting and fishing on, 11:28, 33
   during Reconstruction, 12:159–60, 166                     iron bridge over (1883), 11:20
   RRs in, 38:118                                            letter from (1815), 1:151–55
   slaveholdings in (1850), 12:45, 56, 66                    toll bridge for, authorized (1825), 20:28
   and STFU, 47:202–4, 218–24                             Poke Southern Mines, 36:150
       org. in, 24:12, 27:113–31, 32:347–49, 355          Pokon Spring, engagement at, 48:371
   swamplands in, 6:375, 379, 414                         Poland, Sen. Luke Potter, of Vt., chairs comm.
Poinsett Lumber Company, Poinsett Co., 24:12                          investigating legality of 1874 Ark. state
"Point, The," Woodruff Co., AMA recommends sch. for                   govt., 5:295–96, 33:168–69, 253
           freedmen at, 31:319–20                         "Polemics and Partisanship: The Arkansas Press in the
Point Cedar, Hot Spring Co., 4:79                                     1860 Election," by Lenette Sengel Taylor,
Point Chicot (settlement along Miss. River below mouth                44:314–35
           of Ark. River), 4:219, 48:167, 42:323n         Police Regulations for the Army [U. S.] of the District
Point Comfort, Chicot Co., 14:301                                     of Eastern Arkansas (Helena, Dec. 4, 1862),
Point Deluce Bayou, Ark. Co., 48:164                                  noted, 21:78
Pointer, John (outlaw), 47:19n                            Policing the Southern City: New Orleans, 1809–1889,
Point Lookout, Md., 12:340, 360–61, 363–64                            by Dennis C. Rousey, revd., 57:212–14
Point of Rocks (Little Rock), 48:164                      Polignac, Gen. Camille J. (CSA), 38:138
Point Peter Mountain, Searcy Co., 49:151n                 Polignac's Texas Brigade, by Alwyn Barr, noted,
Point Remove Church, Atkins, art. on hist. of, 6:351–55               57:367; revd., 24:95–96


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Polish Immigration to Ark., 36:31–49                          art. on differences between Ark. Whigs and Dems.
"Political Career of John L. Williamson," by Gladys                    (1836–50), 34:214–26
            Powell, 4:231–33                                  art. on direct democracy in Ark. (1910–18), 40:99–
Political cartoons, 51:247–63                                          118
   art. on comics and politics, 51:247–63                     art. on Dyess Colony and, 32:203–16
   book of, noted, 50:308                                     art. on The Dynasty and (1858–65), 29:99–111
Political Culture in the Nineteenth-Century South:            art. on O. Faubus and, during Little Rock crisis
            Mississippi, 1830–1930, by Bradley G. Bond,                (1957), 39:315–29
            revd., 56:477–79                                  art. on first state elec. and, 20:126–50
Political Equality League (Ark. woman suffrage org.),         art. on W. J. Fulbright and 1974 elec., 44:103–17
            Little Rock (1911), 15:30–31, 35, 50:346          art. on Greenback movt. and, 36:107–22
"Political Fantasy," by Brooks Hays, 34:268–74                art. on Ferd Havis and, in Jefferson Co., 37:240–51
Political Intelligencer. See Little Rock Political            art. on W. F. Kirby and, 37:252–63
            Intelligencer                                     art. on Know-Nothing party and, 34:291–303
"Political Murder, 1900 Style," by Bennett Wall, noted,       art. on W. Frank McCombs and 1912 Dem. pres.
            26:295                                                     nomination, 44:246–59
Political parties. See Dynasty, The (Family); and names       art. on members of CSA Cong., 38:227–47
            of individual organizations. See also under       art. on office of gov., 37:44–73
            Politics; and under names of counties and         art. on power in (1880–1907), 11:235–45
            towns                                             art. on T. Roosevelt and, in Ark., 32:3–24
Political Parties in the South, ed. Tod A. Baker, Charles     art. on second party system and (1836–48), 28:120–
            D. Hadley, Robert P. Steed, and Laurence W.                55
            Moreland, noted, 50:104                           art. on A. Sevier and (1836–48), 32:25–60
"Political Wheelers and Arkansas' Election of 1888," by       art. on Socialist party in Ark. (1900–1912), 40:119–
            Clifton Paisley, 25:3–21                                   53
"Politician, Populist, Reformer: A Reexamination of           art. on Whigs and (1856), 1:124–33
            'Hanging Judge' Isaac C. Parker," by Mary         arts. on, in Ark. Terr., 20:17–38, 22:117–23
            M. Stolberg, 47:3–28                              arts. on Agricultural Wheel and, 25:3–21, 38:248–58
Politicians. See names of individuals; see also under         arts. on C. H. Brough and, 21:213–30, 32:120–21
            names of counties and towns                       arts. on Jeff Davis and, 33:16–37, 39:114–24
Politics                                                      arts. on Repub. party and, 1:206–22, 33:3–15,
   in summer of 1837, 6:293–94                                         43:304–23
   and African Americans, 41:6                                arts. on J. T. Robinson and, 24:291–307, 45:95–125
   and Agricultural Wheel (1888), 40:529–60 passim            S. D. Belden and, in 1868 const. conv., 12:161
   and apportionment for statehood (1836), 41:224–30          bibliog. on, noted, 44:177
   art. on, and African American disfranchisement,            Black and Tan Repub. faction, 33:6, 11, 13, 39, 46,
            26:199–225                                                 58, 35:320–21
   art. on, and bldg. new State Capitol (1899–1917),          book by Brooks Hays on, revd., 40:351–53
            31:99–133                                         book on, in Ark., noted, 45:89; revd., 47:383–84
   art. on, during Compromise Crisis, 36:307–37               book on, in Ark. Terr., noted, 47:84; revd., 23:284–
   art. on, in 1870, 26:143–54                                         85
   art. on, and elec. of 1836, 26:164–71                      book on, in South and Ark., revd., 32:287–90
   art. on, and elec. of 1837, 26:174–77                      book on, revd., 33:94–95
   art. on, and elec. of 1844, 26:353–60                      book on Ark. Gen. Assembly, revd., 46:77–79
   art. on, and elec. of 1860, 44:314–35                      book on govs. of Ark., noted, 40:175; revd., 40:266–
   art. on, and elec. of 1896, 34:41–78                                67
   art. on, and Little Rock crisis (1957), 40:195–219         book on Gov. Rockefeller, revd., 38:184–86
   art. on, and separate-coach law (1891), 32:148–65          and Brothers of Freedom and 1884 elec., 45:197–
   art. on, of sugar and rice (1937–74), 43:289–303                    216
   art. on African Americans and (1876–1900),                 J. R. Butler and (1932), 32:367
            44:222–45                                         and Const. of 1864, 44:20–21
   art. on C. Bailey, merit system, and, 45:291–300           description of, by A. Yell, 32:337–41
   art. on D. Bumpers, Bill Clinton, and D. Pryor,            diss. on, noted, 25:111n
            54:53–114                                         diss. on (1874–1918), noted, 38:6n
   art. on Davis-Berry sen. elec. (1906), 20:118–25           and elec. of 1888, 38:6
   art. on diary of Mrs. Brooks Hays, 36:158–91               in first state elec. (1836), 2:305–6


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   and fusion, 44:228–30, 234                                Polk, John Spencer, Montgomery Co., 45:171–73
   and gov.'s race of 1952, 11:235–36, 244                   Polk, Karen, 34:367
   and militia, 41:181                                       Polk, Gen. Leonidas (CSA), 4:271–72, 6:304, 17:122,
   and Reconstruction, noted, 32:388                                     30:209, 33:241–43, 246–47, 49:133, 134
   and Remmel papers, 46:395                                 Polk, Gen. Lucius Eugene (CSA), Helena, 13:14n,
   and secession movt., 13:193                                           21:237–38, 35:56n, 59, 61, 67, 70n, 49:326,
   Socialist party and, in Poinsett Co. (1932), 32:347–                  54:291–93
            49                                               Polk, R. J. (first Ark. Grange), Phillips Co., 4:340
Politics, Society, and the Klan in Alabama, 1915–1949,       Polk, Sam (CSA), 5:406
            by Glenn Feldman, noted, 59:120                  Polk, Spencer, family estate of, 39:355
"Politics and Concrete: The Building of the Arkansas         Polk, Taylor, Montgomery Co., 35:251, 45:171
            State Capitol, 1899–1917," by John A. Treon,     Polk, Thomas G., Phillips Co., 12:67
            31:99–133                                        Polk, Thomas M., Phillips Co., 12:67
"Politics and Law in the Little Rock Crisis, 1954–1957,"     Polk, William J., 40:171
            by Tony A. Freyer, 40:195–219                    Polk, William T., Ft. Smith house of, 3:320
Politics and Property Rights: The Closing of the Open        Polk County, 3:160–61, 23:113, 120, 27:146, 34:55,
            Range in the Post-bellum South, by Shawn                     35:250–51, 42:113n, 43:190, 49:211, 52:235
            Everett Kantor, revd., 59:113–15                    armed resistance in, to conscription (WWI), 26:25
Politics in Arkansas: The Constitutional Experience,            bibliog. on, 25:189, 36:70–71, 83–84
            revd., 33:94–95                                     book on 1850 census in, noted, 45:279, 47:298
Politics in the Postwar American West, by Richard               book on cemetery inscriptions in, noted, 46:201
            Lowitt, noted, 54:232–33                            book on hist. of, noted, 49:284
Politics Is My Parish: An Autobiography, by Brooks              book on marriage records of (1882–1900), noted,
            Hays, revd., 40:351–53                                       46:201
Politics of Command, by Thomas L. Connelly and                  book on newspaper clippings regarding, from Mena
            Archer Jones, 53:220                                         Star (1902), 47:298
Politics of Rage: George Wallace, the Origins of the            book on obituaries in, noted, 46:396
            New Conservatism, and the Transformation            book on Paraclifta in, noted, 46:396
            of American Politics, by Dan T. Carter, revd.,      books on census records of (1860, 1870, 1890),
            57:359–60, 455                                               noted, 46:201
Politics on the Southwestern Frontier: Arkansas                 books on death and service records of, noted, 45:280
            Territory, 1819–1836, by Lonnie J. White,           calendar of hist. churches in, noted, 47:92
            noted, 47:84; revd., 23:284–85                      Commonwealth Coll. in, 25:294, 32:132
Polk, Capt., 23:362                                                 art. on, 45:3–18
Polk, Allen J., Phillips Co., 40:171                            Dallas as seat of, 21:47n
   dir., Ark. Midland RR, 7:114                                 Howard Co. created from, 12:266, 13:269
   house of, used as CSA hosp., 20:265, 284, 286, 288,          and land redemptions in (1919–25), noted, 45:280
            290–92                                              and marriage records of (1872–1900), noted,
   slaveholdings of, 12:67                                               45:279–80
Polk, Arthur, Howard Co., 45:172–73                             origin of name, 21:47n
Polk, Bernard H., Magnolia, 38:289                              pension records for soldiers from (1901–4), noted,
Polk, C., Phillips Co., and wife of, as Grange members,                  45:280
            4:340                                               and Reconstruction, 12:159, 162, 166
Polk, Carl R., 37:245                                           Rev. War soldier buried in, 1:58
Polk, Carolina, 59:177, 182                                     sawmills in, 21:51–53
Polk, D. F., Monticello, 53:355                                 schs. and teachers in (1918–25), noted, 45:280
Polk, George W., 59:152–53, 170, 183                            slaveholdings in (1850), 12:45
Polk, James G. B., 45:172                                       swamplands in, 6:376, 379
Polk, Pres. James K., 7:195, 23:48, 26:15, 172, 28:128,         and voter records of (1892–98), noted, 45:280
            54:428                                              votes Repub., 7:207, 21:47n
   and protection of Ark. frontier, 36:23                    Polk County Democrat, 46:200
   published correspondence of, revd., 31:388–89             Polk County Genealogical Society, 45:366
   and A. Yell, 26:17–20, 164, 182, 226, 242, 353, 356,      Polk County Historical Society, 37:86, 39:266, 43:72
            360                                              Polk County History Book, 48:78
Polk, Jane Maria (sister of James K.), 23:48                 Polk County Newspaper "Clips," noted, 46:200
Polk, Jennifer, 47:193                                       Polk Creek, Montgomery Co., 35:251–52


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                                                    1942-2000
   sch. picture at, following 35:248                            "'Time does not count here': Letters of a Camp Pike
Polk's Plantation, Phillips Co., skirmish at (1863),                    Doughboy," 45:53–61
            22:159                                           Pomeroy, Barbara (Mrs. Ed R. Pomeroy), 49:185
Pollak, Oliver B., 39:188                                    Pomeroy, Ed R., 49:183, 186, 333
Pollan, Carolyn, Ft. Smith, 36:205, 367, 37:195, 199,        Pomeroy, Jim, Union Co., 53:330, 332
            357, 40:178, 263, 46:309, 48:209, 59:291         Pomeroy, Marcus Mills "Brick," 31:157
   and AHA, 42:359                                           Pomeroy, Sen. Samuel, of Kans., and readmission of
        board member, 39:181, 266, 336                                  Ark. to Union (1865), 18:155
        session chmn., 38:276                                Pompus (Delaware leader), 1:152
   auth. and ed., 41:198                                     Ponca, Newton Co., zinc mining near, 37:299
   paper by, 42:93, 356                                      Ponce de Leon, Juan (Spanish explorer of Fla.), 5:298,
   state rep., 41:366, 43:70, 345                                       24:196
Pollard, Annie, 48:268                                       Pond City, Centerville, and Northern Railroad, Jackson
Pollard, Lizzie Stirman (Mrs. Thomas Jefferson                          Co., 31:287
            Pollard), 3:352–53, 10:369, 376, 28:318,         Ponder, Judge Andrew, 48:32
            48:268                                           Ponder, Harry L., Walnut Ridge, 5:2, 14:59, 15:50,
Pollard, Madeline, 38:7n, 53:409                                        19:6n, 27:303
Pollard, Mary Stirman, Fayetteville, 44:188                  Ponder, J. B., Camden, 1:68
Pollard, Dr. Thomas Jefferson, Fayetteville, 10:365–67,      Ponder, J. D., Ouachita Co., 5:335
            369–71, 375–76, 28:318, 320, 48:268n             Ponder, Jerry, books by, noted, 53:398, 54:231–32,
Pollard, Una, Piggott, books by, noted, 43:274, 47:387                  55:464
Pollard, William, Pulaski Co., 43:123                        Ponder, Joel, comes to Camden about 1847, 5:338
Pollard, William A.                                          Ponder, Victor, book by, noted, 54:231–32
   book by, noted, 55:350                                    Ponder family (settlers along North Fork of Fourche de
   The Dardanelle & Russellville Railroad, revd.,                       Thomas), 4:353
            54:214–15                                        Pontalba, Baron de, 51:70
Pollard, Clay Co., 5:165                                     Pontchartrain (CSA ram), 18:240, 256–57, 21:316–17,
Pollay, Ruben, Pulaski Co., 43:123                                      328, 345
Polleys, G. S. (CSA), 49:143                                 Pontiac (steamboat), 1:350
Pollock, Capt. (CSA), 42:150                                 Pool, Allen, 57:44
Pollock, Annie M. (pioneer Little Rock resident), 5:94       Pool, Marshall Van, 37:112
Pollock, Meyer, Little Rock, 42:247                          Pool, W. B. (proprietor, Cantrell's Sulphur Springs,
Pollock, Oliver, New Orleans, and aid to Am. Rev.                       1858), Jefferson Co., 18:220
            (1776), 1:292–93                                 Pool, William H., Union Co., 12:67
Poll tax, 2:336–39, 3:263, 8:135, 9:44, 25:20, 26:213,       Poole, Frederick R. (Repub. del. to 1868 const. conv.),
            215–20, 33:8, 34:151, 42:261–62, 46:131,                    12:139n, 160
            48:253, 59:410–11, 416                           Poole, Hardy K., Union Co., 6:278
   amend. (1892), 41:6, 44:245                               Poole, Jerry, 35:381
   Ark. Gen. Assembly and, 2:336–38, 9:44, 26:216–           Poole, Jerry C., designs cartoons for hist. book, 45:279
            20                                               Poole, Jerry D., 42:393
   Ark. Supreme Court and, 2:337–38, 26:219                  Poole family, Sevier Co., 10:60
   art. on, 54:134–62                                        Poor, Robert (USA), 40:238, 248
   helps Dems. control politics in Jefferson Co., 37:249     "Poor Man's Pedagogy: Teachers' Institutes in
   in Poinsett Co. (1913–14), 37:259                                    Arkansas," by John W. Payne, 14:195–206
   records concerning (1912–55), 39:357                      Poore, F. T., Drew Co., 43:123
   thesis on, noted, 26:218n                                 Poor's Directory of Railway Officials, 31:285
Polson, Robert K., book by, noted, 52:99                     Poor's Manual of Railroads, 28:298, 29:336, 339, 342
Polston, Michael David, Cabot, 40:182–83, 41:99              Poor Whites of the Antebellum South: Tenants and
   AHA award winner, 45:182, 333                                        Laborers in Central North Carolina and
   AHA board member, 43:183, 345, 44:94, 366,                           Northeast Mississippi, by Charles C. Bolton,
            45:82, 287, 46:92, 203, 382, 47:189, 364                    revd., 54:489–91
   AHA panelist, 52:343                                      Pope, Mr., Dallas Co., 42:70
   AHA speaker, 55:320                                       Pope, Ada, Ft. Smith. See Van Winkle, Ada Pope (Mrs.
   AHA trustee, 48:90, 49:84, 185                                       Jefferson Davis Van Winkle)
   arts. by, noted, 44:196, 46:93                            Pope, Annie, Ft. Smith, 9:316
   paper by, noted, 37:358                                   Pope, Arthur D., Magnolia, 33:214


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                                                     1942-2000
Pope, Rev. Cadesman, 40:319                                              349–50, 16:178–79, 22:118–23
Pope, Charlie, Ouachita Co., 5:335                           Pope County, 3:135, 160–61, 326, 12:105, 15:40n,
Pope, Dunbar H. (state supt. of educ.), Little Rock,                     43:109, 273, 45:203, 209–12, 216, 46:247
            14:196, 23:168n                                     African American educ. in, 51:132–34
Pope, Floy, Camden, 33:82, 252, 256                             African American property owners in, 51:124–25
Pope, George, Ouachita Co., 5:333, 335                          antebellum mortality in, 51:120–21
Pope, James, 37:188                                             art. on, in 1850, 13:196–204
   opens sch. in Little Rock (1829), 12:96, 105                 art. on African American experience during
Pope, James, Independence Co., 8:138, 154                                Reconstruction, 51:119–34
Pope, Gov. John, 2:4, 4:281–83, 14:130–31, 20:128,              art. on census of 1830 in, noted, 13:302
            135, 234n, 23:53, 62, 30:182, 37:49–51,             art. on Cherokee Agency Reserve controversy and,
            44:213–14, 217, 48:7, 15, 53:126–27, 134,                    31:166–80
            58:16, 59:127, 145                                  art. on hist. of public schs. in, noted, 20:196
   and Ark.-Tex. border trouble (1829–31), 19:106–10            art. on militia war in (1872–73), noted, 14:182
   art. on, and Ark. Terr., 23:74–84                            art. on Potts Station in, noted, 15:370
   art. on fall from office of (1835), 23:74–84                 art. on John L. Williamson of, 4:231–33
   and bldg. of first State Capitol, 3:308, 313, 4:241–         Bapts. in (1850), 13:202, 14:285–86
            44, 9:35–36, 42                                     bibliog. on, 25:189, 36:71, 83–84
   breaks with W. S. Fulton, 21:16, 22, 24, 22:275–76           book on, revd., 49:282–83
   breaks with W. E. Woodruff, 20:130                           book on cemeteries in, noted, 41:92
   R. Crittenden on, 21:16, 22–25                               book on hist. of, noted, 39:176
   fails to obtain high office in Jackson admin., 21:23–        book on marriage records of (1860–92), 39:178,
            24                                                           41:169
   W. Irving visits, 4:224                                      book on obituaries and death notices in, noted, 41:92
   and C. F. M. Noland, 6:193, 14:349–50                        books on 1850 and 1860 census records in, 45:355
        duels W. Fontaine Pope, 22:117, 275                     Brothers of Freedom in, 34:318–20
   opposes statehood, 2:296–97                                  William Brown murder case in, 20:217
   politicizes militia, 41:181, 189                             cattle drives from, to Calif. (1850s), 28:277–81
   and saline lands in Ark., 32:332–33                          census records of, 40:35
   secessionist candidate for secession conv., 12:202n,              for 1850 and 1860, 33:257, 39:179
            207, 217                                                 for 1870, 51:120–25, 132
   succeeds G. Izard as terr. gov., 19:103, 106                      for 1918 (revised), 51:120
   vetoes bill for licensing doctors (1831), 10:90, 35:5        during Civil War, 22:127, 159
Pope, Gen. John (USA), in Mo., 19:228, 232, 235, 237,                CSA guerillas in (1864), 29:233
            239, 24:236–37, 33:248                                   food shortages in (1863–65), 51:120–21
Pope, Mable Scurlock, 48:296–97                                      Unionists in, 52:290
Pope, Melton, Osceola, 55:305                                   coal mining in, 34:206, 42:114
Pope, Mrs. Melvin, Center Point, 12:272                         company from, in Mex. War, 14:76–77, 36:26
Pope, O. T., Center Point, 12:265                               Cumberland Presby. Church in, noted, 20:389n
Pope, P., Dallas Co., 42:79, 166                                del. of, to 1861 conv. votes for secession, 29:179
Pope, Patrick Hamilton (relative of Gov. John),                 Dwight Mission in, 14:332
            Louisville, Ky., 21:24–25                           early co. seats of, 11:226
Pope, Peter, settles at Écore Fabré (1831), 5:335               early records of, microfilmed, 39:189
Pope, Royal V., 36:50                                           and elec. of 1896, 34:67, 77
Pope, Travis, Center Point, 12:268                              farmers of, revolt against Dem. party (1884), 29:160,
Pope, Walter L., Little Rock, 18:202, 19:371n                            166
Pope, William F. (Little Rock auth.), 41:185, 53:161,           49ers from, 6:33
            170, 190                                            Galley Creek Bapt. Church in, records of, noted,
   book by, cited on Ark. hist., 7:238–40, 246, 10:217,                  14:285–86
            12:92, 311–12, 14:316, 19:22n, 68n, 294n,           Grange records in, noted, 15:275
            20:17, 129, 25:138, 28:17, 30:182, 191–92           hist. activities in (1959), 18:98
   book by, noted, 36:73, 47:297, 48:117                        hist. of, noted, 6:213, 12:176, 28:104
   Early Days in Arkansas, 37:288, 40:177                       horse racing in (1900), 11:35n
Pope, William Fontaine, Little Rock, 44:214                     immigration to (1831), 15:197
   duel of, with Dr. Cocke, 22:117–18, 30:135                   Indians in (1836), 6:161–62
   duel of, with C. F. M. Noland, 6:193–94, 14:344,             Johnson Co. created from, 13:90


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                                                   1942-2000
   listings of marked graves in, noted, 40:359               and RRs, 8:288–93
   maps of Cherokee Agency Reserve in, facing                urbanization of, 12:28
           31:176–77                                      Populism, 53:16, 54:13, 22, 27–29, 69
   marriage records of, 13:391, 14:76, 15:91, 33:257,     Populist party, 42:113n, 116n, 125, 129n
           39:179, 40:359                                    and African Americans, 26:204–5, 222, 33:13–14
   martial law in, 51:128                                    book on, revd., 37:368–70
   militia from, and Indian removal, 6:161–62                called "Republican Aid Society," 26:206
   militia war in (1872–73), 9:94–95, 14:182, 15:141n,       and convict leasing, 52:3
           28:104, 51:129–30                                 in 1894, 36:239–40, 45:98
        booklet on, noted, 36:71                             and elec. of 1892, 25:20, 26:203, 205–7
   mortality records of (1850), noted, 13:202                and elec. of 1896, 34:43–45, 47–48, 52, 54, 61–62,
   Norristown in, 10:177–81                                            74–77, 36:241–42
   A. Pike as teacher in, 10:73–75, 81–83                    and elec. of 1900, 36:248, 250n
   Point Remove Church in, 6:355                             and elec. of 1904, 40:135
   during Reconstruction, 12:159, 162, 165, 51:119–34        for initiative and referendum (1896), 40:101,
   reminiscence of Dem. conv. of, 34:268–74                            51:200–202, 208, 215
   Rev. War soldier buried in, 1:58                          opposes 1891 elec. law, 26:214–16
   slavery in, 12:45, 64, 66, 73, 58:45–60                   opposes convict lease system, 8:175, 34:210
   swamplands in, 6:376, 379                                 platform of, noted, 40:131
   votes for T. Roosevelt (1912), 7:207                      in pres. elecs., 7:200–201, 208
   Williamson family in, noted, 14:385                       relation to Granger movt., 4:352
   Yell Co. formed from, 39:42                               talk on, noted, 14:75, 176
Pope County, Arkansas, Obituaries and Death Notices,      Porter, Alice. See McConnell, Alice Porter (Mrs. E. T.
           41:92                                                       McConnell)
Pope County Genealogical Society, 39:266, 40:359,         Porter, Andrew R., 26:372, 376
           43:72                                          Porter, B. F. (leader of Liberian Exodus), 51:167
Pope County Genealogy and Family Group, 41:92             Porter, Benjamin (early Lawrence Co. settler), 3:46
Pope County Genealogy Group, 37:87, 39:356                Porter, C. B. "Pat" (AHA board member), Ft. Smith,
Pope County Historical Association, 37:86, 39:176, 266,                40:178, 43:185, 44:186, 341, 46:92, 382
           40:359, 43:72                                  Porter, Charles (USA), 49:5
Pope County Historical Association Quarterly, 36:71,      Porter, Charles W., Drew Co., 18:318
           37:86, 39:266, 358, 40:359                     Porter, Charlie, Cummins Prison, 56:210, 214
Pope County Historical Foundation, 36:300, 37:87,         Porter, David D., of Ky., 11:286
           39:266, 40:359, 43:72                          Porter, Adm. David Dixon (USN), 31:43, 39:197,
Pope County Historical Society, 18:98, 20:196–97,                      52:255, 278, 54:311
           24:188, 26:382, 28:104, 34:358n                   at Ark. Post (1863), 9:272, 18:241, 246, 255–56,
Pope County History, 40:359                                            263–64, 277, 56:61–62, 67, 68, 69–73, 75,
"Pope County One Hundred Years Ago," by Ted R.                         77, 78
           Worley, 13:196–204                                attack on CSS Arkansas, 12:339
Pope County Record. See Russellville Pope County             and battle of Helena (1863), 20:256–57, 268
           Record                                            at Napoleon, 2:160
Pope County Volunteers, 6:160–62                             on Red River, 29:140
"Pope-Noland Duel of 1831: An Original Letter of C. F.       and Vicksburg campaign (1863) , 29:22–23, 25, 28,
           M. Noland to His Father," ed. Lonnie J.                     31
           White, 22:117–23                               Porter, Emily (Mrs. James Porter), Batesville, 15:268
Pope's Addition, to Little Rock, 30:192n                  Porter, Emma Haynie, Little Rock, 6:145n, 152
Pope's Digest, 2:338                                      Porter, Emmeline Hutcheson (Mrs. David D. Porter), of
Poplar Bluff, Mo., 39:58                                               Ky., 11:286
Poplar Ridge, west of Monette, 20:152, 154                Porter, Eugene, noted, 58:229
Poppeliers, John, 53:434                                  Porter, Frank, mentioned in CSA diary, 11:289, 294,
Popperfuss, Nancy, Little Rock, 56:430–31, 435                         298
Population (of Ark.), 52:48–49, 66, 71–72, 76             Porter, George, Helena, 13:2, 5, 12
   in Ark. River valley (1870–90), 25:377 table           Porter, Mrs. H. L., 56:276, 279
   art. on, (1920 and 1940), 8:117–32                     Porter, Gen. Horace (USA), sent to Ark. by U. S. Grant,
   growth of (1820–70), 12:18                                          8:29–30, 15:144n
   in 1919, 37:265                                        Porter, J. I., Stuttgart, 14:33, 35


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Porter, Jack E., Little Rock, 33:86, 254                                 and Carl Moneyhon, noted, 46:394, 58:256;
Porter, James, Batesville, 15:268                                        revd., 47:183–84
Porter, James Euclid, Wilmar, 17:332                         Portraits of Conflict: A Photographic History of
Porter, John, Columbia Co., 2:230                                        Louisiana in the Civil War, by Carl
Porter, John M. (USA), 42:68–69, 81–82                                   Moneyhon and Bobby Roberts, revd.,
Porter, Lawrence (CSA), 11:296                                           50:301–2
Porter, Lulu. See Robinson, Lulu Porter (Mrs. C. E.          Port Royal Island, S.C., 51:126
           Robinson)                                         Posada, Fr. Alonso de, 42:182
Porter, Peter B. (U.S. sec. of war), 27:56                   Posey, Francis, Grant Co., 7:319–20, 325, 327
Porter, R. F. (CSA), 5:408                                   Posey, J. Ben (ed., Forest Echoes), 5:402n
Porter, Sarah Jane Mohon (Mrs. William Clendenin             Posey, Jake (early circus man), 32:175
           Porter), mentioned in CSA diary, 11:286–306       "Possibilities for the Archaeologist and Historian in
           passim                                                        Eastern Arkansas," by Dr. and Mrs. T. L.
Porter, Seth, mentioned in CSA diary, 11:304                             Hodges, 2:141–63
Porter, Tom (49er), Clarksville, 6:75                        "Possibilities of Research," by Louise P. Olsen, 9:319–
Porter, Virgil, mentioned in CSA diary, 11:304                           21
Porter, W., mentioned in CSA diary, 11:290                   Possum, hunting of, 26:340
Porter, William (49er), Clarksville, 6:75                    Possum (Delaware), 37:339–40
Porter, William, Ozone, 55:79                                Possum Hollow, baseball in, 54:424
Porter, William Clendenin, Knoxville, art. on Civil War      Post. See Dardanelle Post; Washington (D.C.) Post
           diary of, 11:286–314                              Post, Wiley, 51:236
Porter, William J., 46:350                                   Postage stamps (Ark. centennial commemorative),
Porter, William Trotter (ed., New York Spirit of the                     30:53–59
           Times; friend of A. Pike), 37:319–26, 329,           pictures of, facing 30:54
           332                                               Postal, Ed (steamboat capt. on White River), 9:236
Porter-DeWitt Construction Company, 46:253                   Postal Directory: The Cross County Arkansas Area,
Porter Farm, near Helena, 20:277                                         1826–1975, noted, 45:178
Porterfield, Fountain, Dallas Co., 10:188                    Post Bayou, Ark. Co., 18:165–66, 248, 253, 255, 257,
Porterfield, John, Dallas Co., 10:188                                    259–60, 270, 22:260
Porterfield, Nolan, The Last Cavalier: The Life and          Post Boy (steamboat), 18:255
           Times of John A. Lomax, 1867–1948, revd.,         Postcards
           57:356–58                                            book on hist., from Ark., noted, 44:297
Porterfield, Mrs. W. E., Little Rock, 8:241                     slide presentation on, 41:341
Porter locomotive (in Batesville park), picture of, facing   Post colonies (armed agricultural communities during
           31:278                                                        Civil War), 24:146–47, 46:177–86
Porter's Canal, Phillips Co., 13:2                              in Benton Co. (1865), 24:146
Port Hudson, La., siege of (1863), 2:274, 12:367–68,         Post Dispatch. See Dardanelle Post-Dispatch; St. Louis
           31:46, 33:151n, 314, 34:334                                   Post Dispatch
   Ark. sharpshooters at, 4:114, 11:312–14                   Poste aux Akancas. See Arkansas Post
   art. on defense of, 4:109–17                              Poste des Arcs. See Arkansas Post
   15th Ark. Inf. Regt. at, 6:318–41                         Posten, Rick, Clark Co., salt works of, 11:320, 32:334
Portia, Lawrence Co., 3:39–40                                Postlethwaite, Samuel, Natchez, Miss., 15:256–57
Portis, Charles, 58:351                                      Postmasters and Post Offices, Washington County,
Portis, James P. (Ouachita Co. del. to 1868 const.                       Arkansas, 1829–1976, comp. Deane G.
           conv.), 12:139n, 151, 162                                     Carter, noted, 35:380–81
Portis, W. N., Pine Bluff, 37:244                            Post of Arkansas. See Arkansas Post
Portis House, Pine Bluff, 3:321                              Post offices
Portland, Ashley Co., 16:74, 17:200–202, 36:159,                in Ark., hist. directory of (1832–1972), noted,
           43:338, 45:345                                                47:389
Portland Labor Press, Alfred Cridge (assoc. ed. of),            at Ark. Post (2nd in Ark. Terr.), 3:307, 18:45–47
           51:212–13                                            in Benton Co., 45:145–46
Portlock, Col. E. E., Jr. (CSA), of 24th Ark. Inf.,             book on postal service in Benton Co., noted, 39:85
           18:258, 271                                       Post of Natchitoches, 49:245, 246
   W. Steele's inspector gen., 26:261–65                     Post of Ouachita. See Ouachita Post
Portraits of Conflict: A Photographic History of             Poston, J., Caddo Prairie, and Red River Indian Agency,
           Arkansas in the Civil War, by Bobby Roberts                   32:235n


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"Post-Reconstruction Repudiation: Evil Blot or                 Potts, W. W., Little River Co., 14:229
            Financial Necessity?" by Garland E. Bayliss,       Potts, Yell Co., 43:338
            23:243–59                                          Potts family, Pope Co., 13:203
Potatoe, John, 36:19                                           Potts Hill, Benton Co.
Potato Hill Prairie, between Ft. Smith and Charleston,            skirmish at (1862), 21:158, 160, 22:159
            23:160, 25:43n                                        picture of hist. marker at, facing 21:162
Poteau Mountain, Scott Co., 19:205, 48:154                     Potts Home, Pottsville, 18:98
Poteau River, Ark. and Okla., 7:252, 13:342, 346,              Potts Station, at Galla Creek, art. on, noted, 15:370
            15:254, 258, 19:205, 23:144–47, 24:140,            Potts Tavern, Pottsville, 43:72
            232, 322, 26:268–69, 276, 281, 27:42,              Pottsville, Pope Co., 40:359
            28:174, 184–85, 29:135, 242, 245, 250,                camp for convicts at, 8:179
            37:335                                                named for Kirkbride Potts, 13:203
Poteau Valley Genealogical Society, 39:351–52                     station on Butterfield Stage Line, 18:98
Potlatch Lumber Company, 19:111                                   tavern in, restored, 36:300
"Potomac" (Ark. Gazette correspondent), 42:28, 31, 35          Poultry industry, material on, noted, 46:407
Potter, Capt., 37:346                                          Pouncey, Bert, Hughes, 2:192
Potter, David M., 52:318                                       Pound, Ezra, 53:8–9, 11
   Trail to California, revd., 22:94–96                           correspondence of, 43:280
Potter, Ganie, 16:80                                           Pound, Lucille (comp.), 41:169
Potter, Horatio (Episc. bishop), 2:196                         Pounds, Franklin (USA), 29:127
Potter, Irena (Benton Co. colony), 3:212                       Pounds, Martha. See Williams, Martha Pounds (Mrs.
Potter, J. D. (Benton Co. colony), 3:212                                   Benjamin Williams)
Potter, Jerry O., book by, noted, 51:285–86                    Pounds, Winston (lynching victim), 52:165, 183
Potter, John S. (Little Rock theater mgr.), 23:166–69          Pourée Eugene, 40:14–16
Potter, Capt. Leander H. (USA), 52:142                         Poverty, Populist view on causes of, 26:204
Potter, Sam (Cherokee 49er), 6:78                              Powderly, Terence V., and Knights of Labor, 24:30–31
Potter, Polk Co., 32:139, 141                                  Powe, A. A. (Ft. Smith publisher), 14:211
Potteries (in Ark.), 3:346, 46:94                              Powell, Dr. (dentist), 10:94
Pottery                                                        Powell, Adam Clayton, Jr., picture of, 57:460
   of Ark. Indians, 3:300–301                                  Powell, June Allyson (third wife of Dick Powell),
   art. on industry of, in Sebastian Co., 49:57–77                         43:248–49, 251
   exhibit of, 45:85                                           Powell, B. C. (Little Rock banker), 27:291
Potts, Capt. A. R., arrives at Little Rock (1846), 6:250       Powell, Benjamin T., Camden, 11:97, 20:252–53
Potts, Ann, 13:203, 40:47n, 50, 53–54                          Powell, Dick (Richard Ewing)
Potts, John, Pope Co., 13:203                                     art. on, 43:244–63
Potts, John Calhoun, 40:47, 51, 55                                pictures of, facing 43:250–51
Potts, Joseph, Pope Co., 13:203                                Powell, Judge Dick (CSA prisoner at Johnson's Island,
Potts, Joshua, Pope Co., 13:203                                            Ohio), 2:358
Potts, Kirkbride, Pottsville, 6:161–62, 13:203, 15:370,        Powell, Eleanor Finegan (Mrs. Laurence Powell),
            28:276–77, 280–81                                              31:182–83, 185
Potts, Kirkbride, Jr., Pope Co., 13:203                        Powell, Ewing (father of Dick), 43:244–45
Potts, L. H., 16:80                                            Powell, Gladys, "The Political Career of John L.
Potts, Martha Jane "Mattie" Latta (Mrs. Moses M.                           Williamson," 4:231–33
            Potts), 40:31n, 34, 41, 44, 52n, 58, 60–62, 66     Powell, H., Fayetteville, 3:172
   letters of, 40:35–39, 45–51, 53–55, 74–75                   Powell, Hendrix, Pine Bluff, and double-primary
Potts, Marvin H. (Little Rock police chief, 1957),                         amend., 3:237
            25:106, 109, 54:453                                Powell, Henry, Greene Co., 13:59
Potts, Mary, Pope Co., 13:203                                  Powell, J. H., 40:81
Potts, Mary (granddaughter of Kirkbride), Pottsville,          Powell, J. O., Little Rock, 56:453, 57:183, 186
            15:370                                             Powell, James R., 50:14
Potts, Mary M. "Mollie," 40:47, 54                             Powell, Joan Blondell (second wife of Dick Powell),
Potts, Moses M., 40:36n, 44, 46n, 47, 50–51, 53–55, 66                     43:252n
   letter of (1867), 40:48–49                                  Powell, Laurence, 6:361, 7:6–8, 31:181–88, 35:295,
Potts, Pamelia (Mrs. Kirkbride Potts), Pope Co., 13:203                    44:6, 8–9, 11–14
Potts, Richard, Pope Co., 13:203                                  art. on, 31:181–88
Potts, Thomas, Pope Co., 13:203                                   papers of, 43:280, 48:296


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   picture of, facing 31:184                                  early settlers at, 11:16
Powell, Luther (brother of Dick), 43:245                      French settlers at, 3:38–40
   picture of, facing 43:250                                  regional archives planned for, 37:198
Powell, Mildred Maund (first wife of Dick Powell),            RR bypasses, 7:175
           43:251–52                                          toll bridge at, over Black River, 39:155–58
Powell, Norman, Ozark, 37:85                               Powhatan Courthouse Historical State Park, 37:94, 197–
Powell, Richard Ewing. See Powell, Dick                                98
Powell, Sally (Mrs. Ewing Powell), 43:244                  Powhatan Courthouse Museum, 40:285
Powell, Smead, Camden, 59:13, 14                           Powhatan United Methodist Church, 43:346–47
Powell, Terrell E. (supt., Little Rock schs.), 30:115         picture of, facing 43:346
Powell, Dr. V. E., Phillips Co., 19:146                    Poyen, Grant Co., 7:327, 37:284
Powell, Velma, and WEC, 55:17, 31, 40–41                   Poynor, F. Q., Clarksville, 11:286
Powell, Dr. W. Byrd, 46:320                                Poynor, Maude McConnell (Mrs. F. Q. Poynor), 11:286,
Powell, W. E. (early Camden atty.), 5:339                              301n
Powell, Mrs. W. M., 45:256n                                Poynor, Suzie Maud, 1:94
Powell, Walker, Flippin, 3:138                             Poynor, William P., 16:299
Powell, Wilson (Batesville ed.), 18:320, 20:195, 393,      Poynter, L. D. (founder, White America; member,
           27:260, 28:193, 32:378, 33:340, 36:346–47,                  ACCA, 1956), Pine Bluff, 30:100, 120
           37:357, 42:197n, 43:68                          Poyser, Steve, 42:393, 43:66
   and AHA, 42:359                                         Prahl, Augustus J., "Friedrich Gerstaecker, the Frontier
       permanent member, 36:301, 349                                   Novelist," 14:43–50
   picture of, facing 27:258                               Prairie, Boone Co., 47:235
Powell, Mrs. Wilson, 36:346–47                                books on, noted, 47:83
Powell Amendment, 59:245                                      post colony at, during Civil War, 24:146
"Powell Clayton: Ambassador to Mexico, 1897–1905,"         Prairie County, 2:180, 4:265, 7:128, 29:157, 33:239,
           by William H. Burnside, 38:328–44                           281, 34:205, 38:61, 40:249n, 43:107, 122,
Powell-McRae-May House, Camden, 33:83                                  273, 338, 46:216, 234
Power, Mrs. Glen, Nashville, Ark., 31:189                     African American justice of the peace in, 32:368
"Power from the Pedestal: The Women's Emergency               Agricultural Wheel org. in (1882), 2:130, 13:236–
           Committee and the Little Rock School                        37, 25:3–4, 17, 38:248–50, 254
           Crisis," by Lorraine Gates, 55:26–57               art. on fair in (1859), 11:214–16
Power in the Blood: Land, Memory, and a Southern              bibliog. on, 25:189, 36:71, 83
           Family, by John Bentley Mays, revd.,               book on Brasfield in, noted, 49:180
           57:491–93                                          book on marriage records of, noted, 41:92
"Power Politics Is Old Hat," by William O. Penrose,           books on reconstructed 1890 census of, noted,
           11:235–45                                                   45:355
Powers, Mr., Mena, 21:48–50                                   R. B. CarlLee home, 38:254
Powers, Blondie, El Dorado, 33:225                            during Civil War, 2:180, 7:88
Powers, Emmett E.                                                  letter from (1862), 20:358–62
   book by, noted, 56:121                                     dairy industry in, 11:157, 161
   paper by, 57:341                                           and elec. of 1884, 38:248n, 45:209
   A Severe and Bloody Fight: The Battle of Whitney's              farmer protest ticket in, 29:160, 166
           Lane & Military Occupation of White                farmer distress in (1882), 13:231–32
           County, Arkansas, May & June, 1862, revd.,         hist. bldgs. in, 41:368
           57:207–8                                           Lockridge family moves to (1859), 38:174–77, 179
Powers, Frank, 57:263–64                                      marriage records of (1854–81), noted, 45:355
Powers, John (49er), 6:77                                     memoirs of early hist. of, noted, 14:393
Powers, John H. (Clarksville sheriff), killed in 1902,        R. H. Morehead Home in, 38:253–54
           13:92                                              origin of name of, 13:231n
Powers, S. R., heads UA teacher training, 7:263               plantations leased in, 53:156
Powers, Sarah Ann Harkrider, Conway, 13:171                   during Reconstruction, 12:165
Powers, Thomas, Clarksville, 13:92                            rice production in, 5:127, 8:122, 45:264
Powhatan, Lawrence Co., 3:48, 5:168, 9:234–35,                and secession movt., 12:202, 207, 210
           33:239, 38:167, 43:89                              slaveholdings in (1850), 12:46, 70
   Civil War letter from (1863), 2:65–70                      Slovak settlement in, 7:219
   as co. seat, 39:158                                        swamplands in, 6:346, 380


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   votes Repub., 7:207                                          art. on 37th Ill. Inf. at, 49:3–19
   Wattensas Farmer's Club org. in (1882), 13:232–37            arts. on, noted, 19:133n, 22:255, 44:178
Prairie County, Arkansas, Marriage Records, Books C,            arty. use during, 22:241, 250–57
            D, and E, noted 41:92                               Backof's Btry. at (USA), 19:135
Prairie County Agricultural Society, 11:214                     book by Rev. W. Baxter, quoted, 15:349; revd.,
Prairie County Court, and White River Bridge, DeValls                    17:213–14
            Bluff, 39:152                                       Dr. J. Blake at, 3:26
"Prairie County Fair of 1859," by Ted R. Worley,                Joseph Bledsoe and, 19:133ff
            11:214–16                                           Gen. Blunt (USA) at, 6:184, 21:293, 294n, 297, 302,
Prairie County Historical Society, 43:72, 44:96, 45:90,                  22:251–55
            185–86, 287                                         book on, revd., 17:213–14
Prairie Creek Mine, Sebastian Co., 43:213                       books on, noted, 36:52–53, 79–80
Prairie Creek, near Hartford                                    Born's Btry. at (USA), 19:135
   art. on labor violence at coal mine at (1914),               Lt. Brooks (USA) at, 19:137
            27:306–29                                           casualties at, 19:123n
   paper on, noted, 27:261                                      centennial of, 22:85–87, 159, 250–57
   pictures of mine at, facing 27:316, 322                      Flashback commemorates, 22:86–87
Prairie de Ann (de Han, d'Han, d'Ane), Hempstead Co.,           Gen. Herron's hdqrs. at, 9:230
            48:153, 49:243, 245, 247. See also DeAnn;           maps of, facing 16:268, 18:56, 19:124, 21:292
            Gum Grove                                           named for Prairie Grove Church, 19:132
   art. on engagement at, 19:40–50                              noted in diary, 6:238, 248
   engagement at (1864), 7:58–59, 8:242, 16:314–15,             reunion of veterans of (1906), 38:75n
            17:273n, 298n, 18:339, 341, 22:159, 266,            site of, 21:14, 28:161
            271, 32:86, 41:322, 42:79n                          wounded men from, 3:9, 19:132, 25:55
   maps of, facing 19:40                                     Prairie Grove Battlefield Park Commission (est. 1957),
   rd. from, to Camden, 18:341–43                                        16:220, 28:94
Prairie de Roane (now Hope), Hempstead Co., 19:48,           Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park, 15:273, 369, 28:94,
            48:165                                                       36:304, 39:355–56, 41:98, 196, 298, 45:185
Prairie du Chien, 40:7                                          hist. at, 38:96, 289
Prairie Female Seminary, 17:259                                 Latta family log home restored at, 37:309n
Prairie Flower. See Carlisle Prairie Flower                     living hist. programs at, 38:294
Prairie Grove, Washington Co., 3:328, 351, 26:274,              monument dedicated at, 15:369
            33:334, 40:295n, 42:336                          "Prairie Grove Campaign, 1862," by Stephen B. Oates,
   Rev. A. Buchanan settles on future site of, 5:356,                    19:119–41
            10:374, 33:120n                                  Prairie Grove Church, and battle of Prairie Grove
   events at or near, during Civil War, 13:327–37                        (1862)
        camp of 7th Mo. Cav. near, 38:87                        battle named for, 19:132
        guerrilla incident near (1864), 24:136–37               Gen. Hindman's hdqrs. at, 19:137, 140
        USA troops murdered near, 26:274                        used as CSA hosp., 19:132, 21:303n
   physicians in, 10:274                                     Prairie Grove Herald, 42:333, 51:249
   and RRs, 33:148n                                          Prairie Grove Institute, 40:295
   site of, noted, 32:63                                     Prairie hens, hunting of, on Grand Prairie, 11:31–32
   UA sought by (1871), 7:257                                Prairie Landing, on White River below DeValls Bluff,
Prairie Grove, battle of (1862), 3:9, 12, 15, 26–27, 64,                 17:168, 18:242, 276
            351, 4:15–16, 5:356, 6:181, 183–84, 238,         Prairie Longue, Lonoke Co., 48:165
            248, 9:91–92, 10:368, 374, 14:105, 123,          Prairie of Canoes, 46:145
            18:352, 21:14, 22:159, 25:37, 55, 26:131,        Prairie of the Hills, 46:142, 146
            135, 29:21, 30:342, 32:297, 33:103, 105–7,       Prairie Terrace, in Ark. delta, 48:102–3
            132n, 139, 151, 37:161, 165, 38:75–77, 82,       Prairie Township, St. Francis Co., 27:61
            178, 39:355, 43:188, 46:58, 174, 277–79,         Prairie View, Logan Co., 14:401, 47:276, 286
            395, 49:153, 154, 159, 52:251, 270, 54:241–      Prall, C. E. (UA dean of educ.), 7:263, 278
            42                                               Prassel, Frank R.
   aftermath of, described, 6:248–49                            The Great American Outlaw: A Legacy of Fact,
        and New Years Day, 1863, 38:88                                   revd., 53:242–43
   arts. on, 2:309–15, 19:119–41, 21:289–304                    rev., 38:373–74
   art. on aftermath of, 47:345–61                           Prater, Tobe (subscriber, Sulphur Rock Acad.), 5:90


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Prater Place, near Combs, 10:3                                         from Arkansas Territory," by William R.
Prather, Lt., Cleburne Co., 26:29, 31–34                               Johnson, 24:47–66
Prather, Mrs. A. G., Ft. Smith, 36:165, 167, 175–76,       Prenos, Don Pedro (Spaniard), at Ark. Post, 2:52
            178                                            Prentice, George D., refuses to fight duel during visit to
   picture of, facing 36:168                                           Little Rock, 6:197
Prather, Doris. See Shaw, Doris Prather (Mrs. Horace B.    Prentiss, Gen. Benjamin M. (USA), 19:232n
            Shaw)                                             at Helena (1863), 20:266–67, 269, 278, 282, 291,
Prather, Marion. See Hays, Marion Prather (Mrs.                        293–95
            Brooks Hays)                                   Prentiss, Sargeant Smith, 20:222, 29:206
Prather, R. B., Washington Co., 43:122                     Presbyterian Cemetery
Prator, Albert, Magnolia, killed in China, 2:192              in El Dorado, 33:207
Pratt, Charles, and Elaine race riot (1919), 19:147,               picture of, 33:208
            20:95n, 101n, 33:184, 186, 37:276                 in Washington, 18:43
Pratt, David H., book by, noted, 51:378                    Presbyterian church, Brinkley, 54:170, 181
Pratt, Elizabeth, and Spring Hill Female Acad., 4:328–        picture of, 54:177
            29, 12:101, 27:106. See also Banks,            "Presbyterian Church in Dardanelle, Arkansas," by
            Elizabeth Pratt (Mrs. A. R. Banks)                         Ernestine Gravley, 12:273–77
Pratt, Harry M., and Pea Ridge Nat. Mil. Park, 19:77       Presbyterian Men's Convention (1957), 38:113–14
Pratt, J. G., New Orleans, La., 19:323                     Presbyterian Synod of Arkansas, on desegregation,
Pratt, J. H. (CSA arty.), of Tex., 22:253, 39:196                      56:298
Pratt, Capt. J. H. (USA), in charge of RR at Little Rock   Presbyterians, 43:105n, 46:271, 354. See also
            (1865), 23:269                                             Cumberland Presbyterians
Pratt, James, Sevier Co., 48:91                               antievolution law, support repeal of, 38:319
Pratt, Joab, Grant Co., 7:321                                 and Ark. Coll., Batesville, 11:22–23
Pratt, John A. (USA), 19:237n                                      Morrow Hall at, 40:188–91
Pratt, John C. (pres., LR&FS RR), 39:13–14                    at Arkadelphia, 17:269–70
Pratt, Joseph R., impeached during Reconstruction,            art. on, at Dardanelle, 12:273–77
            13:137n                                           art. on, at Ft. Smith, 9:313–18
Pratt, Lewis, operates store at Pea Ridge battlefield,        art. on Ark. Coll., Batesville, 31:234–45
            21:13                                             art. on F. E. Maddox (Texarkana min.), and trial for
Pratt, Lucinda. See Cox, Lucinda Pratt (Mrs. Joseph                    heresy, 38:146–66
            Cox)                                              art. on Rev. James W. Moore and, 13:132–35
Pratt, Parley P., account of death of, near Van Buren         Assoc. Reformed sect of, 6:356
            (1857), 9:5–7, 8n, 16:35                          at Batesville, 11:22, 28:235
Pratt, Thomas, Union Co., 6:278                                    church at, 13:135, 31:235ff
"Pratt Cates Remmel: The Thrust toward Republicanism          and Batesville Male and Female Acad., 31:235, 237
            in Arkansas, 1951–1955," by Billy Burton          at Boonsboro, 16:329, 33:99, 118n, 119n
            Hathorn, 43:304–23                                at Camden, 3:336
Pratt's Ferry, on Saline River, 20:14                         camp mtngs. of, 4:231, 10:157, 159, 15:86
Pratt's Ford. See Prattsville                                 at Canehill, 5:355–57
Pratt's Store, at Pea Ridge battlefield, 17:136–37, 147,      and Canehill Coll., 12:100, 33:99–100, 102–3, 113–
            21:13                                                      14
Prattsville, Grant Co., 7:61, 321, 326–27, 38:141             and Canehill Female Seminary, 5:355
Pratz, Page du, and La., 19:194                               at Clarksville, book on hist. of, noted, 46:88
Prauge, George, Ark. Co., 5:127                               and Coll. of the Ozarks, 6:432, 33:114, 127n, 38:317
Pray, Isaac C. (Boston, Mass., publisher), 19:210             in Columbia Co., 2:234
Predmore, J. C., Napoleon, 51:144                             at Crystal Hill, 15:86
Preemption Act of 1841, and internal improvements in          at Dardanelle, 10:180–81
            Ark., 26:241–42                                        book on, 10:180
Prefaces to History, by Bruce Catton, revd., 29:185–87             D. Brearley and, 6:199
Preface to Peasantry, by Arthur Raper, 55:23                  A. W. Dinsmore and, 33:171n
"Prehistoric Mounds of the Ozarks" (photographic              and Dwight Mission, 12:97
            exhibit), noted, 43:188                           at Fayetteville, 45:156
Prejudices (magazine), 38:64n, 69                                  booklet on Central Presby. Church, noted, 36:80
"Prelude to the Missouri Compromise: A New York               at Ft. Smith, 3:320, 44:274, 277
            Congressman's Effort to Exclude Slavery                book on First Presby. Church, noted, 36:78


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                                                    1942-2000
   in Grant Co., 7:326                                     Prescott and Reader Railroad Company, 7:179
   at Helena, 13:7                                         "Preservation and Writing of History," by Marvin A.
       booklet on, noted, 36:70                                       Miller, 4:89–92
   hist. of some churches in Ark., noted, 38:162n          "Preservation in History" (talk), by John Hildreth,
   at Hot Springs, booklet on, noted, 36:61                           58:327
   at Jacksonport, 9:248, 31:319–20                        Preserving Charleston's Past, Shaping Its Future: The
   in Lawrence Co., 3:47, 5:168, 15:320                               Life and Times of Susan Pringle Frost, by
   in Lincoln Co., 16:403                                             Sidney R. Bland, noted, 54:107
   at Little Rock, 2:296, 302, 13:258–61, 30:187, 189,     "Presidential Politics in Arkansas, 1909–1912: The
           191                                                        Visits of Taft, Roosevelt, and Wilson," by
       booklet on First Presby. Church, noted, 36:73                  Calvin R. Ledbetter Jr., 53:191–210
       book on, noted, 16:221                              President's Advisory Committee on Insurance, 27:268
       Second Presby. Church, 38:305, 311                  President's Commission on the Status of Women,
   and McCombs family, Ashley Co., 44:246                             59:265–66
   and Milligan Camp Grounds, Lawrence Co., 15:320         President's Committee on Farm Tenancy (1932), 27:129
   at Mt. Holly, Union Co., booklet on, noted, 36:78       Presidents' Council of Arkansas History Organizations,
   Mt. Zion Church, Relf's Bluff, 48:199                              54:80–81, 55:99–100
   at Norristown, 10:179                                   Presidents of the United States, Their Written Measure:
   of Ouachita, 38:207                                                A Bibliography, comp. James Saylor, noted,
   Pennsylvania Synod of, 33:157                                      55:349–50
   in Pope Co., 4:231, 13:201–2, 20:389n                   "President's Report to the Membership," by Frances M.
   at Princeton, 42:64n, 138, 145                                     Ross, 56:95, 57:62–66, 58:100–104, 59:90–
   at Rogers, 40:146n                                                 95
   and slavery, 38:206–7                                   "President's Report to the Membership," by John W.
   at Smackover, 33:224–25                                            Graves, 52:78–81, 53:90–94, 54:80–84,
   Rev. Hay Smith charged with heresy, 38:305n                        55:95–106
   Southern, 54:343                                        "President's Report to the Membership," by Martha W.
   strength of, in Ark. (1850), 34:224–25                             Rimmer, 48:82–84, 49:82–84, 50:94–96,
   at Stuttgart, 14:33                                                51:83–85
   at Sylvania, Lonoke Co., 45:82                          Presley, Elvis, 54:204, 55:297, 56:338
   Sylvania Presby. Church, 15:92                          Presley, Jo (runaway slave), 3:150
   at Texarkana, 5:351–52                                  Presley, Mrs. Leister, Searcy, 36:301
   at Warren, 4:116–17, 120                                Presley, Thomas, Mt. Vernon, 10:167
   C. Washburn and, 3:135                                  Presley, Tom, 43:185, 44:193
   in Washington Co., 10:365                               Press. See Little Rock Press; Memphis Press; Merry
   Claude Williams and, 32:141, 366                                   Green Press; Pine Bluff Press; Van Buren
Presbytery of Ouachita, 38:207                                        Press; Washington Press, Hempstead Co.
   convicts F. E. Maddox of heresy, 38:147, 153, 162       Press Argus. See Van Buren Press Argus
   hist. of, noted, 38:162n                                Press-Argus Printing Company, Van Buren, 17:114,
Prescott, Gene (Ark. Gazette photographer), book by,                  21:80, 26:301
           noted, 35:379–80                                Press-Eagle. See Pine Bluff Press-Eagle
Prescott, William H., 51:13, 18                            Press Gang, The (Wilmer), 51:20
Prescott, Nevada Co., 3:190, 244, 4:79, 90, 323, 5:184n,   Presson, Hazel, The Story of Arkansas, 55:165–66
           308, 341n, 6:94, 181, 13:78, 19:40, 42, 49,     Presson, J. A. (educ. publisher), 19:338, 46:121
           30:224, 38:246, 42:5, 49:269                    Presson, Mrs. J. A., 49:266
   W. E. Arnold and, 8:332, 333                            Presson, T. J., 42:224n
   during Civil War, 8:242, 19:40                          Preston, Capt. (CSA), 11:300
   hist. of Presby. church in, noted, 38:162n              Preston, Austin F., 33:179, 190
   and KKK, 22:14                                          Preston, Bill (Desha Co. sheriff), 34:180
   C. M. Norwood and, 32:152                               Preston, Edwin S., leaves presidency of Central Coll.,
   and RRs, 7:132, 26:107                                             5:310
   strawberries and, 13:208                                Preston, Howard L., coed., The Future South: A
Prescott Dispatch, 36:80                                              Historical Perspective for the Twenty-First
Prescott News, 59:5                                                   Century, revd., 51:89–90
Prescott and Northwestern Railroad, 7:169, 19:41,          Preston, John, Phillips Co., 36:324, 325n, 328, 331, 333
           29:336, 343–44                                  Preston, John, Jr., Phillips Co., 12:305–6, 13:5n, 9,


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                          Arkansas Historical Quarterly Index
                                                   1942-2000
            172n, 39:232                                                31, 134n, 149, 155, 243, 34:333, 337, 41:81,
Preston, Thomas W., Miss. Co., 12:67                                    322, 324, 42:55, 59n, 69, 83, 135, 139, 148n,
Preston, W. E., Phillips Co., 7:114, 12:67                              151, 153–55, 158, 160, 162, 43:131–32,
Preston, William C., and Helena RR mtng., 7:106                         46:47, 172–73, 177, 47:261, 263n, 48:262,
Preston, William J. (CSA), 23:304                                       269–70, 49:156, 316, 322, 50:253, 255, 260,
Preston Bluff, 7:135                                                    263, 52:205–21 passim, 271, 308, 309, 56:31
Preston Smith: The Making of a Texas Governor, by               army of, described (1862), 6:233
            Jerry Douglas Conn, revd., 31:192–94                art. on quarrel of, with B. McCulloch, 17:119–31
Preuitt, Valentine (USA), 19:237                                and Bayou Meto bridge, 2:180
Preven, Michael, rev., 53:101–3                                 and Bolivar, Mo., 19:228
Prewett, I. W. (49er), Clarksville, 6:75                        book on, revd., 19:80–81
Prewitt, J. L. (49er), Clarksville, 6:75                        campaigns east of Miss. River (1862–63), 31:38,
Prewitt, Mrs. John Marshall, Mt. Sterling, Ky., 38:4n,                  41–42
            24n                                                 and Dist. of Ark., 18:339, 19:45, 52–53, 22:102,
Prewitt, Dr. Robert C., Osceola, 5:273, 24:126                          224–71 passim, 37:161
Price, Mr., 26:291                                              div. cmdr., 37:311, 312n, 313n, 317n
Price, Dr. C. G. M. (first doctor to settle at Camden),         and Helena (1863), 2:173, 20:258–97 passim
            5:338                                               and Jenkins' Ferry (1864), 7:57–67 passim, 20:4–6,
Price, Churchwell, 12:394                                               9–10, 12–13, 15, 74, 76, 81–82, 85, 90–91,
Price, D. C. (49er), Van Buren, 6:29n, 74                               31:48
Price, Dewey, Little Rock, 5:150                                and Marks' Mills (1864), 19:52–53
Price, Mrs. Dewey, 5:149                                        and Gen. Marmaduke, 23:43, 45–46, 291, 293, 362
Price, E. M. (CSA), 35:87                                       and Gen. B. McCulloch, 15:344–48, 26:328, 330,
Price, Mrs. Edward, picture of, facing 36:289                           332–33, 342–43, 347
Price, Florence (composer), 48:296                              Mo. raid of (1864), 2:58, 4:31–32, 35, 38, 46, 48,
    papers of, 43:280                                                   50, 7:54, 13:328–29, 336, 28:242, 254, 259,
Price, Henry James, 46:390                                              261, 267, 271–74, 33:112, 38:132–37, 138n,
Price, John E. (CSA), Saline Co., 18:197, 31:338, 340,                  140
            352                                                 paper on, noted, 19:75
Price, John G. (Little Rock ed.), 13:149n, 44:24, 48:58         and Pea Ridge (1862), 15:4–16 passim, 17:132–54
    and Brooks-Baxter War (184), 4:129                                  passim, 19:225–59 passim, 20:74, 81–85,
    and Powell Clayton, 8:29                                            90–94, 21:6, 9, 161–62, 22:241–46
    Gov. Garland orders arrest of, 5:294                        picture of, facing 22:224
    and "Minstrel" name for pro-Clayton Repubs.,                and Prairie de Ann (1864), 19:45, 48–49
            1:307n                                              and recovery of N. Ark. (1863), 2:268
Price, Joseph (49er), Van Buren, 6:74                           retreats to Arkadelphia (1863), 38:131
Price, Loretta, paper by, 48:350, 55:320                        sons of, 15:355
Price, Lucy Leanna. See Latta, Lucy Leanna Price (Mrs.          and Steele's Camden expedition (1864), 4:319, 7:57–
            Ely Chambers Latta)                                         59, 62, 18:339, 341–43, 349, 20:5, 10,
Price, Mack, Ark. Co., 14:37                                            22:264, 266, 268, 271
Price, Mildred, 45:11                                           Trans-Miss. Dept., returns to (1863), 31:43–44,
Price, Moses (Cherokee), 56:144–45, 146                                 33:107–8
Price, P. W. (CSA), 35:88                                       and Wilson's Creek (1861), 14:66–67, 70, 15:360–
Price, Philander H. "Pap," Faulkner Co., 22:174–75,                     64, 22:102
            26:215                                              withdraws CSA forces from Little Rock (1863),
Price, R. H. (49er), Helena, 6:73                                       37:131
Price, Reece "Reeve," salt works of, at Lee Creek,          Price, T. B. (49er), Clarksville, 6:75
            11:320, 32:331                                  Price, Capt. Thomas (British Cherokee interpreter;
Price, Gen. Sterling (CSA), 2:171, 173, 4:38, 319,                      father of Moses), Ark. Post, 1:297, 56:144
            6:183, 185, 233, 7:88, 323, 8:242–43, 9:91–     Price, Thomas J. (law partner of Scipio A. Jones), Little
            92, 10:235–36, 368, 11:139, 289, 294, 299,                  Rock, 31:204–10
            302, 15:4–5, 360n, 17:273–74, 297n, 18:68,      Price, Will, Fayetteville, 47:353
            192, 194, 197, 20:295, 24:85–87, 133, 141,      Price, William, Jr., Ark. Co., and rice industry, 5:125
            236–37, 25:74, 26:87–88, 261, 28:254, 355–      Price, William M. (CSA), serves as Gen. Marmaduke's
            56, 358–59, 29:36, 130, 131n, 226, 31:16,                   mil. aide, 23:43–44
            32:76n, 88n, 33:110, 111n, 112, 116n, 130–      Prices (in Ark.), 33:162, 38:173


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                           Arkansas Historical Quarterly Index
                                                     1942-2000
    during Civil War, 33:132                                Prison commissioners, 52:7
Priddy, John C. (del. to 1868 const. conv. from             Prisoner-of-war camps (WWII)
            Montgomery and Perry cos.), 12:139n, 162,           art. on, for Germans, 37:3–22
            18:144n                                             at Monticello, 1:276
Pride, William, Dallas Co., 12:67                               at St. Charles, 12:385
Priess, Edward, noted by F. Gerstaecker, 32:270, 272        "Prisoner-of-War Diary," ed. W. J. Lemke, 12:340–69
Priest, Jim, 50:189                                         Prison Life during the Rebellion, by Fritz Fuzzlebug,
Priest, Lyman W., 28:114                                                noted, 16:104
    book by, 42:181                                         "Prison Reforms during the Donaghey Administration,"
Priestly, Dr. Bruno, Little Rock, 42:26                                 by Thomas L. Baxley, 22:76–84
Priestly, Thomas, 44:73                                     Prisons, 43:149–51
Prigmore, G. W., Jefferson Co., 37:245, 247                     Ark. Gen. Assembly and, 8:171–88, 13:321–23,
Prillman, William (CSA), Saline Co., 18:197                             20:337–38, 22:77–79, 83–84, 33:28, 34:195–
Prim, Charles, Union Co., 12:67                                         99, 203, 209–11
Prim, John T., Union Co., 12:67                                 art. on laborers from, 52:1–27
Primary elections (in Ark.). See also Elections                 art. on reform of, under Gov. Donaghey, 22:76–84
    art. on double primary, 3:217–68                            arts. on state penitentiary, 13:321–23, 34:195–213
    authorized in 1895, 3:345                                   C. Ayliff leases convicts and bldgs. from, 7:173,
    of 1942, 1:285–86                                                   20:337, 34:196–97
    replace conv. system, 26:220–33, 34:4                       J. H. Berry's views on convict-lease system and,
    women allowed to vote in (1917), 15:42–45, 34:5                     34:205–7
Primer for Local Historical Societies, by Dorothy           Pritchard, Capt. (owner of steamboat), 1:353
            Weyer Creigh, noted, 35:300–301, 50:210         Pritchard, A., and Sulphur Rock Acad., 5:89
Primitive Baptists, 2:234, 10:41, 32:69. See also           Pritchard, Mrs. F. (actress), 23:174
            Baptists                                        Pritchard, Steve, 56:401
"Primitive Salt Works," by F. P. Rose, 11:315–26            Pritchard, Vergil Felton, Fayetteville, plays by, 22:73
Primm's Lane, near Smackover, 33:227–28                     Pritchett, James M. (USN), and USS Tyler at Helena
Primus, Riley, Columbia Co., 49:264                                     (1863), 20:273
Prince, Thomas, owns Bercha, 1:297                          Pritchett, Joyce Logan, Clarksville, 14:283
Princeton, Dallas Co., 11:80, 99, 12:368, 18:148, 46:58n    Pritchett, Merrill R.
    acad. at, 4:332                                             "The Afrika Korps in Arkansas, 1943–1946,"
    art. on V. Gray's Civil War diary while at, 42:47–85,               coauth., 37:3–22
            134–69                                              art. by, noted, 44:43
    James L. Baugh lived at, 10:182, 186, 202, 205–6            paper by, noted, 36:100, 351
    book on cemetery at, 42:52n                             "Private Journal of Mary Ann Owen Sims," ed. Clifford
    John W. Brown's plantation near, 11:80, 98–99                       Dale Whitman, 35:142–87, 261–91
    during Civil War, 6:181, 7:61, 22:104, 159, 32:80,      Private Lives of Winston Churchill, by John Pearson,
            37:132                                                      noted, 52:98
         CSA inf. at (1864), 38:134, 136–37                 Privet, Auguste, and Davidsonville, 3:40
         CSA stores grain at, 38:133                        Privett, Bill, Craighead Co., 20:158
         expedition to, by USA troops, 1864, 38:140–43,     Privett, Mrs. Bill. See Varner, Tabitha (daughter of
            145                                                         Francis H.)
         map of (1865), 42:80                               Privilege tax, 46:127–28
    noted in M. A. O. Sims's journal, 35:144, 159, 164n,    Probate and Chancery Notices from Arkansas
            174, 181–83, 186, 262, 265, 274, 289                        Newspapers, 1819–1845, noted, 41:93
Princeton Female Academy, 42:49–50                          "Problem of Selecting the Northwest Route for the
Princeton Road (from Camden), 20:5–7                                    Butterfield Overland Mail," by Mary Frances
Pringle, Elizabeth Allston, book by, noted, 51:98                       Izell, 17:232–38
Pringle, Philander W. (USA), 52:257                         Procter, Ben, Texas under a Cloud: The Story of the
Pringle (steamer), 34:336, 337n                                         Texas Stock Fraud Scandal, revd., 31:192–94
"Printer's Devil to Preacher: A Biography of the            Proctor, Mr., 42:161
            Reverend John R. Sanders," by Sandy             Proctor, C. S., 14:74
            Bridges, 12:391–92                              Proctor, E. M., 14:74
Printer to the Territory: The William Woodruff Story        Proctor, Mrs. F. L., Forrest City, 14:283, 20:198, 397
            (film), noted, 40:93                            Proctor, Iva, and Elaine race riot (1919), 20:97
Prior, Nathaniel, and salt works, 32:318n                   Proctor, Marcus W., Calhoun Co., 3:228n


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                                                    1942-2000
Proctor, R. T., Arkadelphia, 2:115                            J. Bidwell (pres. cand. of), 7:200
Proctor, Zeke, book on, noted, 47:78                          endorses woman suffrage (1890), 15:27
Prodeo Women's Club, 6:152                                    and pres. elecs. in Ark., 7:199–208 passim
Producer (steamer), 9:235                                  "Pro-Industrial Sentiment and Cotton Factories in
Production Credit Corporation, 45:327                                 Arkansas, 1820–1863," by Richard W.
Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization, 59:33              Griffin, 15:125–39
Proffitt, Hosea M., Helena, 57:302–3                       Promise, Martha, 56:216
Profiles, by Margaret Arnold, noted, 42:184                Promise Keepers, 57:469
Profitable Farming Bureau, art. on campaign of, against    Promise of Good Things, by Edith Wilson Hutton,
           UA agric. program (1919), 27:273–305                       noted, 42:378–79
Programs of Desha County Historical Society, 36:206,       Promise of the New South: Life after Reconstruction, by
           296                                                        Edward L. Ayers, revd., 52:185–87
Progress. See Carroll Progress; Helena Progress;           "Property Assessments in Conway and Morrilton," by
           Wynne Progress                                             Harold A. Shapiro, Ivan L. Hall, and Richard
Progress and Poverty, by Henry George, 55:12                          W. Reynolds, 15:323–33
Progressive Bulletin. See Little Rock Progressive          Property tax (1929), 46:114–32
           Bulletin                                        "Proposed Revised Constitution and By-Laws of the
Progressive Era, 55:66–67, 88, 91, 93                                 Arkansas Historical Association," 14:277–80
Progressive Farmers and Household Union of America,        Propps, Arch, 28:50, 52, 54, 60
           37:276, 49:274, 58:265, 271, 284, 286, 288–     Propps, Daniel Harpool, Center Point, 26:310
           89, 294, 305, 308, 310                          Propps, Eugene, Center Point, 26:314
   and Elaine race riot (1919), 19:144–47, 149, 20:96,     Propps, J. J.
           99                                                 "Memories of Hendrix College," 28:49–51
Progressive Labor party, 59:284                               "My Childhood and Youth in Arkansas," 26:310–52
Progressive movement (in Ark.), 34:4, 6, 36, 337–41,          picture of, facing 28:56
           38:147–48, 40:99–118                            Propps, Rev. John H., Center Point, 12:265, 268, 271,
   in Ark., diss. on, noted, 45:362                                   31:368
   art. on, in Little Rock, noted, 37:289                  Propps, Louis, Howard Co., 12:271, 31:368
   art. on club women in, 50:317–51                        Propps, Matthew Scoby, Center Point, 26:310
   and convict leasing, 52:3                               Propps, Nannie Marie Haller (Mrs. Daniel Harpool
   support of initiative and referendum by, 51:200–201                Propps), 26:310. See Haller, Nannie Marie
Progressive party, 7:202–4, 208, 53:198, 202–3, 209,                  (Mrs. Daniel Harpool Propps)
           56:7                                            Propps, Pearl, Center Point, 26:316
   and 1912 elec., 32:22–23, 40:149                        Propps, Riggin, Center Point, 26:342
Progressive Years: The Spirit and Achievement of           Prose Sketches and Poems, Written in the Western
           American Reform, ed. Otis Pease, revd.,                    Country, by Albert Pike, 10:70, 401, 19:214,
           22:285–86                                                  37:325
Progress Works Administration, 37:231                      Prospect Bluff (now Judsonia), White Co., 1:88–89,
Prohibition, 51:212                                                   7:105
   "Bone-Dry" law approved in Ark. (1915), 22:18           Prospects for the West, by J. William Fulbright, revd.,
   Act (1912), 40:112, 117                                            23:285–88
   and elec. of 1912, 24:299, 29:301, 303–4, 307, 45:99    Prospect Terrace (community in Little Rock), 41:144
   and elec. of 1928, 19:3, 45:109–10, 112–16, 118–19,     "Prosperity Rolls across Arkansas," by Clifton E. Hull,
           122                                                        34:325–32
        repeal of 18th Amend. as issue in, 19:3, 32:123–   Prostitution
           31                                                 women's clubs and, 50:336
   and elec. on proposed const. (1918), 1:119, 34:14,         during WWII, 39:23–24
           29                                              Prothro, Jonathan, 2:350
   KKK and (1920s), 22:16–23                               Prothro, Virginia, book ed., noted, 49:94
   local-option elecs. for, approved by state initiative   Protocols of the Elders of Zion, cited, 59:429
           (1942), 1:185, 374                              "Protohistoric Tunican Indians in Arkansas," by
   State Alliance for, 10:263                                         Michael P. Hoffman, 51:30–53
   women's clubs and, 50:336                               Provanche, Robert O., Little Rock, 14:183, 17:164
Prohibition party, 22:296, 40:104, 112, 133–35, 143        Provence, Col. David (CSA arty.), 4:113, 11:312–13,
   in elec. of 1894, 36:240                                           20:83n, 22:241, 246, 254, 271
   R. W. Babson (pres. cand. of), 7:206                    Providence Bank v. Billings (1830), 39:137


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                                                    1942-2000
Providence Baptist Church, Reed's Creek, 5:160–61,           Public affairs (in Ark.), diss. on (1836–50), noted,
            166–67                                                       29:99n
Province, Glen, Crawford Co., 11:116, 118, 122–23            Public Folklore, ed. Robert Baron and Nicholas R.
Province, Huey, Crawford Co., 11:117, 120                                Spitzer, revd., 52:193–94
Province family, 11:115–18, 120                              Public Land Act of 1820, 54:427
Provisional Corps, Ark. maneuvers and (1941), 26:114–        Public Ledger. See Memphis Public Ledger
            18                                               Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States:
Prucha, Francis Paul                                                     Lyndon B. Johnson (1966), revd., 28:199
   American Indian Policy in the Formative Years: The        Public Service Commission, 54:20–21
            Indian Trade and Intercourse Acts, 1790–         Public Works Administration, 32:217, 224–25
            1834, revd., 21:285–86                           Publications of the Arkansas Historical Association. See
   Atlas of American Indian Affairs, revd., 50:299–301                   under Arkansas Historical Association
   book by, noted, 54:402                                                (1903)
   book by, revd., 41:281–82                                 Publicity Act of 1914, 40:114, 117
Pruden, Rev. Wesley, Little Rock, 57:164, 165–66, 167        Puce Spring, Cleburne Co., 18:219
   on segregation, 56:300, 302, 303–4, 308                   Puckett, Pleasant P., Pope Co., 31:180
   and White Citizens' Council (1958), 30:113, 118           Puckett, Thomas, 14:104
Prudent, Jerri, 59:271                                       Pueblo Indians, 34:125–30, 135
Prudhomme, Emanuel, settles at Hot Springs, 14:5             Pugh, Felix, Ashley Co., 36:159
Pruitt, Dr. J. W., Russellville, 20:390                      Pugh, Gus, Jr., Ashley Co., 36:159n
Pruitt, John Henry (Medal of Honor winner), 29:363           Pugh, Gus, Sr., Ashley Co., 36:159n
Pruitt, Mary Jane Russell (Mrs. J. W. Pruitt), 20:390n       Pugh, Jo Ann (Mrs. Robert Pugh), 55:103
Pryor, Barbara Lunsford (Mrs. David Pryor), 38:288,             AHA trustee, 51:85, 270, 54:84, 56:96, 98, 57:64, 65
            54:77                                            Pugh, Joe, Ashley Co., 36:159n
Pryor, Byrdie. See Orr, Mrs. Byrdie Pryor                    Pugh, Mary Frances. See McCombs, Mary Frances
Pryor, David Hampton, Camden, 45:352, 54:55–79,                          Pugh (second wife of William Faulkner
            59:284, 287, 289–91, 294–95, 297, 316                        McCombs)
   AHA speaker, 56:97, 377                                   Pugh, Thomas R., Memorial Park, North Little Rock,
   and Crossett strike, 59:52, 57                                        45:344–45
   debates P. Van Dalsem, 57:388                             Puissant, G. B., 43:104
   and elec. of 1972, 44:115                                 Pulaski County, 2:305–6, 373, 3:70, 154, 162, 229,
   endows Ark. Center for Oral and Visual History,                       249n, 4:247, 265–67, 358, 5:156, 7:128, 257,
            59:121–22                                                    14:319, 20:129, 133, 135–36, 141, 210–11,
   gov., 35:297, 37:69n, 44:352                                          220, 26:146–47, 170, 28:129, 29:216,
   and labor-law reform, 57:100, 108, 123, 124, 126,                     33:303, 34:81, 36:290, 42:154n, 43:90, 101,
            129, 132                                                     104n, 107, 117, 121–24, 181, 318, 338,
   leads tour of Poison Spring battlefield (1961),                       45:31, 91, 49:129, 144, 166, 251–52
            20:188                                              African Americans in, 44:223
   papers of (1970–72), noted, 39:358                                coroner in, 33:14
   picture of, 54:56                                                 and educ., 46:122
   poll tax and, 54:145–46                                           hist. of, in, noted, 40:187
   and race for U.S. Sen., 57:111–13                                 pop. in (1860–70), 33:44, 51–52, 53n, 55, 58
   on right-to-work, 57:105                                          rep. from (1891), 31:222
   U.S. Sen., 38:272, 278, 288                                  art. on African American hosps. in, noted, 46:204,
Pryor, Emaly, 50:282                                                     379
Pryor, H. M. (CSA), 35:89                                       art. on Civil War's effect on, 41:67–82
Pryor, Mark, Little Rock, 47:391, 48:376                        art. on early settlers in, noted, 15:274
Pryor, N. A. (49er), Van Buren, 6:74                            art. on hosps. in, 6:145–54
Pryor, Nathaniel (Indian trader in Ark., 1816), 28:42–43        art. on terr. militia in, 14:287
Pryor, Richard, Hempstead Co., 12:67                            atlas of (1906), noted, 13:392
Pryor, Susan Hampton, Camden, 44:360–61                         bauxite in, 27:334
Pryor Award. See Susie Pryor Award                              bibliog. on, 25:189, 36:72–74, 83
Pryor's Bluff, Ouachita Co., 5:333, 337                         book on Bayou Meto Cemetery in, 42:379–80
   used by political writers (1824–27), 20:19–38                and Brooks-Baxter War (1874), 15:146
Pschier, Henry, 43:215                                          J. Brown in (1831), 12:92–93
Pseudonyms, used in elec. of 1823, 18:330–33                    Cadron as co. seat of, 10:126n, 19:320


                                                           592
                      Arkansas Historical Quarterly Index
                                               1942-2000
census records for 1850 and 1860 published, 41:170        pop. of, 8:123, 127, 27:179
chancery court in, 29:224, 30:107, 31:206, 38:317         and REA, 46:216, 234, 249
circuit court in, 4:124, 14:191, 15:146, 20:214,          during Reconstruction, 8:1, 12, 53, 67, 12:154, 156,
         23:253, 255, 25:136, 31:105, 110, 125                    159, 162, 165
during Civil War, 14:385, 22:128, 143                     records of, microfilmed, 14:77
    list of men from, in 3rd and 4th Ark. Cav.            and representation for const. conv. of 1835, 41:227–
         (USA), 48:81                                             28
Civil War veteran in, last, 3:384                         Repub. party in, 7:207, 31:212–18, 33:3–15, 56:5–6
corruption in relief program in, noted, 37:32             Rev. War soldiers buried in, 1:58
courthouse in, 3:347                                      and RRs, 31:286–87
dairy industry in, 11:161                                 and schs., 4:336–39, 46:109
div. of, 52:109                                           and secession movt., 12:207, 220, 221n
and elec. of 1837, 6:294                                  separate chancery jurisdiction created for (1855),
and elec. of 1838, 34:221–22                                      39:146–47, 154
and elec. of 1854, 14:308–9                               sheriff of, 29:156, 164, 171
and elec. of 1868, 8:12                                   slavery in, 12:52–73, 15:53, 57, 54:306, 307
and elec. of 1870, 8:67, 26:146–49, 153, 31:158           socialism in, 40:133, 148–49
and elec. of 1896, 34:53, 55, 68–69                       squatters in early, noted, 15:177
and elec. of 1900, 31:215                                 supports Woman's Industrial Home, 44:120
and elec. of 1906, 40:138                                 swamplands in, 6:376, 379, 384, 414
and elec. of 1908, 40:143                                 teachers institutes in, 1919, 14:200
and elec. of 1918, 34:12, 34                              UA location in defeated (1871), 9:94
and elec. of 1932, 3:227–28                               vote for initiative and referendum, 51:219
family service agency in, 37:328                          vote on antievolution act in (1928), 38:312
farm colonies in, 46:181–82                               votes for Amend. 10 (1910), 40:109
farmers in, use POWs as laborers, 37:17                   voting fraud in (1889), 26:209
Faulkner Co. formed from, 13:168, 14:311                  wealth in (1838), 34:222
gold exploration in, 7:238, 241                           White Co. formed from, 9:232
Greenback party in, 33:13, 36:110–11, 119–212             white primary in, 26:222–23
         passim                                           and woman suffrage, 15:17–52
and Heritage Seekers, 37:87                               women in Dem. party of, 15:45
Gen. Hindman declares martial law in, 37:153           Pulaski County Agricultural Society (1840), 43:114
hist. markers in, list of, noted, 11:208, 224          Pulaski County Association for Mental Health, 37:238–
hist. properties in, 41:368, 42:314                               39
immigrants offered land in, 38:41–42                   Pulaski County Chancery Court, 38:317, 40:211–12,
industrial assoc. in, 15:135                                      55:357, 381
Scipio Jones in, 31:206                                   approves toll rd. to Pine Bluff, 39:147
and KKK, 22:311–30                                        created, 39:146–47, 157
Kuykendall murder in, 14:404–5                            and divorce cases (1944), 39:30
Lyceum in, 13:372                                      Pulaski County Courthouse, 43:92, 44:343
lynching in, 52:166, 168                                  picture of dome of, facing 42:186
marriage records of, noted, 13:393, 14:76              Pulaski County Election Commission, 59:258
martial law in (1874), 30:327                          Pulaski County Guidance Center, 37:239, 311
medical soc. org. in, 35:6n                            Pulaski County Historical Review, 12:370, 13:302,
medicine in, 51:161                                               14:76, 287, 15:177, 274, 17:211, 20:197,
militia in, 41:186                                                392, 32:371, 376, 379, 33:88, 34:278,
and nurses' training, 47:163–64, 166–71                           35:188, 294, 376, 36:73, 204–5, 302, 37:87,
one of three urban counties in Ark. (1910–18),                    289, 371, 38:95, 293, 39:266, 41:191, 342,
         40:109, 117                                              42:188, 357, 360, 43:72, 183–84, 341–42,
paper on first jail in, noted, 15:335                             44:186–87, 338–39, 45:181–82, 332–33,
plantations leased in, 53:156, 157                                47:189–91, 365, 48:204–5, 351–52, 49:183,
political corruption in, 13:241, 26:209                           58:227, 59:232–33, 315
political factionalism in, 36:244–48, 250, 252–57         J. H. Atkinson (ed.), 17:211, 18:202, 20:197
and politics (1892), 44:244                               wins awards, 36:201, 348, 40:178, 263, 46:203–4,
and poll tax, 54:124                                              378
poorhouse in, 6:147                                    Pulaski County Historical Society, 11:204, 206, 12:370,


                                                     593
                          Arkansas Historical Quarterly Index
                                                    1942-2000
            13:108, 391, 14:76, 312–13, 385, 15:176,          lt. gov., 38:288
            18:202, 20:392, 21:175, 24:188, 28:193,        Purcell, Mrs. Joe E., Benton, 38:288
            32:185, 372, 379, 33:88, 34:278, 36:204–5,     Purcell, Ralph, 1:94
            37:87, 289, 39:187, 266, 40:178, 278–79,       Purdom, Robbie, Mtn. View, 39:267, 43:73
            41:191, 296, 368–69, 42:193, 359, 43:72, 92,   Purdom House, Washington, 43:284
            282, 341, 45:54–55, 89, 48:376–77, 53:91,      Purdue, Albert Homer (geologist), papers of, 48:381
            55:105                                         Purdue, Howell and Elizabeth, 53:222–23
   hosts AHA mtngs., 37:195, 357, 38:94, 274–81,              Pat Cleburne: Confederate General, revd., 32:282–
            45:81, 330–35                                              83, 37:88–89
   publications of, noted, 45:177–78                       Purdy, Walter, and "Arkansas Traveler" (song), 30:158
   wins award, 45:181–82                                   Purdy, William H. (AMA freedmen teacher), 30:254,
"Pulaski County Hospital," by Laura Lewellyn, 6:145–                   31:320, 325
            54                                             Pure Democracy League, opposes city mgr. plan of
Pulaski County Juvenile Court, 39:26                                   govt. in Little Rock, 5:36
Pulaski County Lyceum, 13:372                              Pure food legislation (in Ark.), 50:332
Pulaski County Medical Society, 45:331, 59:324             Purifoy, W. L. (African American Repub. leader), St.
   and Trinity Hosp. Group, 42:14, 16, 18–22                           Francis Co., 31:218, 56:15, 19
Pulaski County Penal Farm, violence at, 54:41              Purkins, Dr. Duval L., Warren, 7:143–44
Pulaski County Socialist. See Little Rock Pulaski          Purl, James, Charleston, killed during Civil War, 23:160
            County Socialist                               Pursh, Frederick (taxonomist), 20:55
Pulaski Gas Light Company, 42:243–46, 248n, 249            "Pursuing an Elusive Quarry: The Battle of Cane Hill,
"Pulaski Heights: Early Suburban Development in Little                 Arkansas," by Kim Allen Scott and Stephen
            Rock, Arkansas," by Cheryl Griffith Nichols,               Burgess, 56:26–55
            41:129–45                                      Pursuit of Local History: Readings on Theory and
   wins awards, 41:191, 342                                            Practice, ed. Carol Kammen, noted, 55:467
Pulaski Heights (community in Little Rock), 40:200         Purtle, John, 47:131
   A. Retan Home in, 41:88–89                              Purvis, Hoyt (asst. to J. W. Fulbright), 44:111
Pulaski Heights Bulletin, 17:114                           Purvis, Marshall, Hot Springs, and Caraway campaign
Pulaski Heights Land Company, 41:130–33, 140                           (1932), 25:119
Pulaski Heights Study Club, papers of (1915–79), noted,    Puryear, Hewitt, Lonoke, 5:123, 14:72, 74
            39:358                                         Puryear, J. W., Lonoke, 14:74
Pulaski Light Artillery, 22:239, 250, 252, 272             Pushmataha (Choctaw leader), 28:36, 207
Pulaski (Totten) Light Battery, 46:302                     Putman, Dr. Jacob, 49:169, 170
Pulaski Turnpike Company v. Pulaski County (1901),         Putman, James E. (AHA life member), Alpena, 32:94
            39:147                                         Putman, Sallie B., Richmond during the War, revd.,
Pulitzer, Joseph, interview with (1876), 25:164                        56:240–41
Pullen, Dr. James T., Pine Bluff, 11:210                   Putnam, Lt. David Endicott, 42:172–75
Pullen, John, hotel of, at Pine Bluff, 15:194              Putnam, Gen. Israel, 42:172
Pullen, William J. "Bill," Rocky Comfort, family of,       Putnam Shelter (Ozark bluff-dwellers site), Washington
            14:242, 249                                                Co., 5:276
Pulley, Jesse, Union Co., 12:247                           Putty, Malcolm, Harrison, 8:284–85
Pulliam, R. P., Fayetteville, 3:171–74                     Pyeatt, E. P., 45:299
Pulliam family (early settlers along S. Fork of Fourche    Pyeatt, James H., Canehill, 35:255
            Dumas), 4:355                                  Pyeatt, John, Faulkner Co., 7:241, 10:157, 11:220,
Pullig, Norma, Magnolia, 11:14                                         13:319, 15:188
Pultz, George, Mena, 21:46, 48–50, 53, 57, 64              Pyeatt, Maj. John, 48:114
Pultz, Mrs. George, 21:46n, 48, 50, 63, 74                 Pyeatte, H. Porter (49er), 6:77
Pumphrey, Nathan, Grant Co., 7:321                         Pyeatte, Henry Clay, Canehill, 33:111, 153
Pumpkin Boy (Cherokee), 56:130                                picture of, facing 33:112
Pumpkin Center, near Paris, 32:354                         Pyeatte, J. Rankin (49er), 6:77
Puntney, R. G. (Drew Co. del. to 1868 const. conv.),       Pyeatte, Jacob (Rev. War soldier), 1:60, 4:278, 336–42
            12:139n, 161                                   Pyeatte [Pyeat], Mary L., Canehill, 8:109
Purcell, Allan (AHA life member), Austin, Tex., 37:93      Pyeatte, R. B. T. (49er), 6:77
Purcell, Joe E., 54:58                                     "Pyeatt Genealogy," noted, 14:287
   Ark. atty. gen., and the antievolution law, 38:323      Pyeatt's Landing (Crystal Hill), discovery of gold at,
   Ark. sec. of state, 44:107                                          7:241


                                                       594
                          Arkansas Historical Quarterly Index
                                                   1942-2000
Pylant, Guilford, Washington Co., 5:355, 357
Pyle, Hoyte (ed., educ. journal), Little Rock, 19:344
Pyle, J. Warner, 46:232–33
Pyle, Mae Dean, North Little Rock, 5:220n
Pyle, May D. See Smee, May D. Pyle (Mrs. Doyle F.
           Smee)
Pyles, Lida (auth.), papers of, 48:396
Pyramid, Monte Ne, 3:322, 22:199, 291
   art. on, 6:132–44
   picture of, facing 22:292
Pyramid Life Insurance Company, Little Rock, 11:170
Pythian Bathhouse, Hot Springs, 43:347
Pythian Building, 55:292




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