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Map of the Washita river in Louisiana from the Hot Springs to the confluence of the Red River with the Mississippi /

[Mississippi river, with Ohio, Rock, Iowa River de Moins, Missouri, White, and Arkansas rivers, and part of the Red River].

In memory of Dr. Thomas Russell, son of the late Capt. Edward Russell of Salem, who died at Fort Smith, Arkansas River, August 24th, 1819. in the 27th year of his age. [1819].

To the citizens of the Territory of Arkansas: Fellow citizens: I offer myself to your consideration, to represent you in Congress ... Tho. P. Eskridge. Hempstead Court-House 9th January, 1823.

I, William S. Fulton, Governor of the Territory of Arkansas, do hereby certify, that [blank] was commissioned a [blank] in and for the county of [blank] and Territory of Arkansas, on the [blank] day of [blank] 183 [blank] ; and that full faith a

Map and profile of the proposed road from opposite Memphis, Tenn. to the St. Francis River, Arkansas T. : exhibiting also, the adjacent country /

Map showing the lands assigned to emigrant Indians west of Arkansas and Missouri.

A map of a portion of the Indian country lying east and west of the Mississippi River to the forty sixth degree of north latitude from personal observation made in the autumn of 1835 and recent authentic documents /

Map of Mississippi, Louisiana & Arkansas exhibiting the post offices, post roads, canals, rail roads, &c. /

Funeral obsequies of free-trade

Map of the route surveyed from the Mississippi at Lake Providence in Louisiana to the great bend of Red river at Fulton in Arkansas /

A map of a part of the southern & western states showing the contemplated route of the New Orleans & Ohio Railroad and the Central Railroad of Illinois, also the route of the Mobile & Ohio Railroad representing the most central, direct and practicable route for a great national and commercial highway between the Gulf of Mexico and the Great Northern Lakes, and by various branches and intersections with other Railways connecting with all the principal cities of the United States.

Indians set fire to their village at the approach of de Soto / J.W. Orr, N.Y.

Arms of the state of Arkansas, drawn for the ceiling of the Hall of Representatives from an impression of the seal by J.A. Oental

Map of the Cairo & Fulton Railroad exhibiting the principal tributary lines as projected and its connections with other railroads west of the Mississippi River, which unite with the Missouri Pacific Railroad, and south projected Pacific Railroad via Elpaso [sic] to the Pacific Ocean, showing also the connection by rail road of the cities of New Orleans & St. Louis. Little Rock, Ark. Sep. 1853.

Colton's railroad & township map of Arkansas complied from the U.S. Surveys and other authentic sources.

Colton's railroad & township map of Arkansas compiled from the U.S. Surveys and other authentic sources.

Hon. Wm. King Sebastian of Ark

Hon. Wm. King Sebastian of Ark

Hon. Brooks, Ark.

Hon. Wm. King Sebastian of Ark

[Design drawing for woodwork for Altar Reredos and furnishings in Chancel for Christ Church in Little Rock, Arkansas]

Map of the city of Memphis : including Fort Pickering and Hopefield, Ark. : together with the original grants and their subdivisions /

Map exhibiting the fixed location of the main trunk of the New-Orleans, Opelousas & Great Western Railroad of Louisiana, together with its proposed branches, connections and extensions in Louisiana, Arkansas & Texas; also its connecting steamship routes from Berwicks Bay to ports in the Gulf of Mexico, together with the advantages in point of directness & diminished distance to the Pacific Coast, New Orleans, La. January 24th, 1859.

[Robert W. Johnson, Senator from Arkansas, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[Edward A. Warren, Representative from Arkansas, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[Alfred B. Greenwood, Representative from Arkansas, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[Wm. K. Sebastian, Senator from Arkansas, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

The Arkansas contest. Statement of the regular delegates. Baltimore. June 20th, 1860.

Map of Texas, showing the line of the Texas and New Orleans Rail Road, and its connections in the U.S. and adjacent territories.

Hon. Oliver P. Snyder of Ark.

Hon. Powell Clayton of Arkansas

Capt. Fred F. Burlick, 4th Ark. Cav.

Hon. J.H. Rogers of Arkansas

John Selden Roan, Brig. Gen., Ark.

[Unidentified soldier in Union shell jacket with 7th Corps Dept. of Arkansas insignia and 1851 rectangular eagle belt plate holding volcanic pistol to his chest]

Colton's map of the southern states : including Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas : showing also part of adjoining states & territories locating the forts & military stations of the U. States & showing all the rail roads, r.r. stations & other internal improvements.

Resolutions passed by the Convention of the people of Arkansas on the 20th day of March, 1861.

[Captain Daniel Turrentine of Company G, 12th Arkansas Infantry Regiment, in full officers' uniform with musket]

Read this! Let the following extract from a patriotic letter by Gen. Hovey and his Indiana Colonels stationed at Helena, Ark., to the democracy of Indiana, sink deep into the heart of every lover of his country. "In this dark hour of our country

To the Governors and executive councils of the states of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee, and the President of the C. S. A. Gentlemen:- I have the pleasure

Colton's map of the southern states. Including Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas. Showing also part of adjoining states & territories locating the forts & military stations of the U. States & showing all the rail roads, r. r. stations, & other internal improvements.

Colton's map of the southern states. Including Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas. Showing also part of adjoining states & territories locating the forts & military stations of the U. States & showing all the rail roads, r. r. stations, & other internal improvements.

Henry W. Halleck to George McClellan, Monday, March 10, 1862 (Telegram reporting Union victory in Arkansas)

[Evander McNair, of Arkansas, Brigadier General, C.S.A., head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left]

Colton's map of the southern states, including Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, showing also part of adjoining states & territories locating the forts & military stations of U. States & showing all the rail roads, r. r. stations, & other internal improvements.

Approaches to Fort Hindman, Arkansas Post, on the Arkansas River : captured by the U.S. Mississippi Squadron, under command of Act'g. Rear Admiral David D. Porter, U.S.N., January 11th, 1863 /

Crawford County Arkansas Union Men, Saturday, October 31, 1863 (Printed circular)

[Map of the environs of Arkansas Post, Ark. January 1863].

J. H. Colton's map of the southern states. Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas. Showing also part of adjoining states & territories locating the forts & military stations of the U. States & showing all the rail roads, r. r. stations, & other internal improvements.

Unconditional Union Men of Western Arkansas, Friday, October 30, 1863 (Printed circular)

View of Fort Hindman, Arkansas Post. [January 11, 1863]

Samuel T. Glover to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, February 26, 1863 (Recommends General William Strong as military governor of Arkansas)

[Map of Arkansas Post, Ark.] /

Philadelphia Military Telegram to Charles C. Fulton and Lawrence A. Gobright, Saturday, January 03, 1863 (Telegram reporting military action in Arkansas)

Railway and county map of the Southern States; embracing the States of N. Carolina, S. Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Tennessee exhibiting all the towns, villages, stations, & landings; the rivers, railways, common roads, canals throughout these states.

Edward W. Gantt to Abraham Lincoln, January 29 [1864] (Affairs in Arkansas)

Abraham Lincoln to William H. Seward, Monday, May 09, 1864 (Arkansas politics)

Abraham Lincoln to Frederick Steele, Wednesday, June 29, 1864 (Arkansas Senators and Representatives)

Map of Louisiana & Arkansas.

Hodges, Hon. Asa of Ark.

Manning, Hon. Vannoy Hartrog of Miss. Colonel of 3rd Arkansas Inf. C.S.A. Captured at the Battle of the Wilderness

Gunter, Hon. T.M. of Ark. Col. of 13th Ark. Inf. C.S.A.

Slemons, Hon. Wm. Ferguson, Rep of Ark. Colonel in Price's Cavalry

Slemons, Hon. Wm Ferguson of Ark. Colonel in Price's cavalry

Gunter, Hon. Thomas Montague of Ark., col. of 13th Ark. Inf. C.S.A.

Wilshire, Hon. Wm. Wallace, Rep of Arkansas, Major in 126 Ill. Inf USA

Wilshire, Hon. Wm Wallace of Arkansas. Major in 126th Ill. Vol. Inf. (July 16, 1862 - July 16, 1864)

Gause, Hon. Lucien C. Rep of Ark. Col. In Confederate Army

Cravens, Hon. Jordan Edgar of Arkansas Entered the Confederate Army in 1861 as a private, Col. in 1862

Sen. Powell Clayton Gov. of Arkansas, Col. of 5th Kansas vol. cav. U.S.A.

"Mustered out" colored volunteers at Little Rock, Arkansas / A.R.W.

Entry into Little Rock

Langtree's new sectional map of the state of Arkansas /

Map of Arkansas /

Arkansas plaids

Map of South Pacific Rail Road Co. of Missouri.

Sen. Powell Clayton of Ark. Born in Del. County, Pa. 1833, Bristol, Pa., City Eng. 1857, Lt. Col. 5th Kan. Cav. 1861, Brig. Gen. 1864, Gov. 1868, Ambassador to Mexico 1898

Dorsey, Senator of Ark.

Senator Powell Clayton of Ark.

Austin, M.A. Pine Bluff, Ark.

The turn of the tune: traveller playing the "Arkansas traveller"

Bird's eye view of the city of Little Rock, the capitol of Arkansas 1871.

Maps showing Arkansas Central, the Helena & Corinth, and the Pine Bluff & Southwestern Railroads together forming the Texas & Northeastern Railway.

Colton's new map of the state of Texas : the Indian Territory and adjoining portions of New Mexico, Louisiana, and Arkansas /

Wilson's map of Jefferson County, Arkansas / drawn and published by W.H.D. Wilson, Real Estate Broker & General Land Agent.

Arkansas. Hot Springs, the popular health resort of the southwest / sketched by James E. Taylor.

Maps showing the connections of the Little Rock and Fort Smith Railroad and its land grant.

Western sketches - Arkansas pilgrims in camp; a freshet in the Red River, Texas

Grand Canyon of the Arkansas. Looking east toward the plains

Grand Canyon of the Arkansas. Royal Gorge, walls 1500 feet in height

Valley of the Arkansas. Temple of the Aztecs

General Sheridan stands by his dispatches

Campaign map of Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas, showing all the battle fields and also the marches of Walker's Division. [1861-65]

Map of the battlefield of Pea Ridge, Arkansas, showing the positions of the United States and Confederate forces on the 8th of March 1862

Map of the battlefield of Pea Ridge, Arkansas, showing the positions of the United States and Confederate forces on the 8th of March 1862 /

Map of the lands of the Memphis & Little Rock Railroad Company (as reorganized) 1878.

[Ostrich farm, Hot Springs, Ark.]

Map of the Richmond & Danville Railroad system in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, & Texas.

Theatre in central Kentucky and middle and eastern Tennessee, also in Missouri and Arkansas. [1861-65]

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