White County Heritage Journal



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President's Message by Ron Busbea
White County Publications
Searcy History Was America's Birthday Gift by Eloise Muncy
It Takes a Village to Move Pioneer Village by Bill Leach
History of Armstrong Springs Resort by Mildred Kitts Staerkel
Jacob Douglas Armstrong Family by Leah Dewberry Moss
Armstrong Springs Milestones
Armstrong Springs' Schoolhouse by Juanita Bogard
Birth and Death of Morris School by Eddie Best
Too Hot For the French by Ed Sanders
Saying Goodbye Was Hard To Do
Like a Weaver's Last Thread by Julian Lane
Growing Up At Crosby in the 1940s by Robert J. Finch
A Mixed Bag of Memories by Shirley F. Hughes
Poor John and the Fleas by Ray D. Rains
Bill Owens and the Georgetown Bridge
Remembering the May Bus Line by Milton D. May
Camp Pike Postcard
White County Roots
Shiloh School 1921 (submitted by Donald Price)
Miss B Was a Great Patriot by R.C. McCourt
Names by Steven E.F. Brown
Little Red Bridge 1909 (submitted by Howard Hensley)
Searcy Football for Paul Hickman by Rick Butler
The El Paso Quicks by Shelly Wyatt Keech
Letters & E-mails
Using GPS to Record Historic Sites by Scott Akridge
Post Office Picture 150 Years Ago

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White County Historical Society, Inc.


Searcy, Arkansas

White County Heritage 2003



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