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The Cassique of Kiawah
A Colonial Romance

Selected fiction of William Gilmore Simms
Arkansas Edition

Edited with an Afterword, Historical and Textual Commentary, and Notes by Kevin Collins

Introduction by John Caldwell Guilds, Series Editor


Black Physicians in the Jim Crow South, 1880—1960

Thomas J. Ward Jr.

The challenges of practicing medicine while Black


Promises KeptPromises Kept
A Memoir

Sidney S. McMath
with a Foreword by David Pryor

This charismatic former governor has always championed democracy.


An Arkansas History for Young People
Third Edition

T. Harri Baker and Jane Browning

Adopted by the State of Arkansas for 2003


Loyalty on the Frontier
or
Sketches of Union Men of the South-West with incidents and adventures in Rebellion on the Border

A.W. Bishop
Lieutenant Colonel, First Cavalry Volunteers
Edited by Kim Allen Scott

A rare contemporary account of the plight and patriotism of Southern Unionists


Scattered Crumbs
A Novel

Muhsin al-Ramli
Translated from the Arabic by Yasmeen S. Hanoosh

An Iraqui family tries to survive both a dictator and a war.


A History of Southern Missour and Northern Arkansas
Being an Account of the Early Settlements, the Civil War, the Ku-Klux, and Times of Peace

William Monks
Edited and With an Introduction by John F. Bradbury Jr. and Lou Wehmer

A Union patriot makes his final stand


Trembling Air

Michelle Boisseau

Michelle Boisseau is also the author of Understory (Northeastern, 1996), winner of the Samuel French Morse Prize; No Private Life (Vanderbilt, 1990); and, with the late Robert Wallace, Writing Poems (Longman, 2003).


Educating the Masses
The Unfolding HIstory of Black School Administrators in Arkansas, 1900—2000

Edited by C. Calvin Smith
Contributing Editor: Linda Walls Joshua

A gallery of unsung heroes


Dangerous Liaisons
Sex and Love in the Segregated South

Charles F. Robinson II

Why was marriage against the law?


Memories of Revolt
The 1936—1939 Rebellion and the Palestinian National Past

with a new Afterword
Ted Swedenburg

The Palestinian past isn't dead. It isn't even past.


Head, Heart, and Hand
John Brown University and Modern Evangelical Higher Education

Rick Ostrander
with a Foreword by George Marsden

A history reconnecting Christianity to higher education



 

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