Documentary History of Arkansas
Edited by C. Fred Williams, S. Charles Bolton,
Carl H. Moneyhon, and LeRoy T. Williams
collection of documents represents a behind-the-scenes look
at Arkansas from earliest times to 1984. Here are newspaper
articles, government bulletins, legislative acts, broadsides,
letters, and speeches. Collectively, they give a firsthand
glimpse at how the twenty-fifth state’s history was
made. Consideration is given to social and cultural aspects
of Arkansas history, with special attention focused on the
role played by women and blacks.
Fred Williams is a professor of history
at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. S. Charles
Bolton is professor of history at UALR. Carl H. Moneyhon
is a professor of history at UALR. Leroy T. Williams is
an associate professor of history at UALR.
342 pages, index, 6" x 9"
$18.95, Paper (s)