Feb 28, 2010 · History of the Arkansas Press for a Hundred Years and More: Allsopp, Frederick William: 9781146073080:: Books. Jul 18, 2007 · History of the Arkansas Press for a hundred years and more by Allsopp, Frederick William, 1867 History of the Arkansas press for a hundred years and more by Allsopp, Frederick William, 1867 Allsopp, Frederick William, 1867-History of the Arkansas press for a hundred years and more. Little Rock, Ark., Parke-Harper Pub., 1922 OCoLC573613365: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Frederick William Allsopp. History of the Arkansas Press for a Hundred Years and More: Author: Fred William Allsopp: Publisher: Parke-Harper Publishing, 1922: Original from: Harvard University: Digitized: Sep 9, 2005.
ISBN: 089308073X 9780893080730: OCLC Number: 3576168: Notes: Reprint of the 1922 ed. published by Parke-Harper Pub. Co., Little Rock, Arkansas. Includes index. Allsopp presided over the business of the Arkansas Gazette for more than forty years. He died on April 9, 1946. Allsopp Park in Little Rock is named after him. He is buried in Little Rock’s Mount Holly Cemetery. For additional information: Allsopp, Fred W. History of the Arkansas Press for a Hundred Years and More. Little Rock: Parke-Harper Pub. Co., 1922. History of the Arkansas press for a hundred years and more / By 1867-1946. Fred W. Fred William Allsopp. Arkansas Press Association., Journalists, American newspapers. Publisher: Little Rock, Ark.: Parke-Harper Publishing, Year: 1922. History of the Arkansas press for a hundred years and more by Frederick William Allsopp pgs. Paperback or CD-ROM. Available formats: PDF - TEXT - MOBI - EPUB - DJVU: Constitution of the State of Arkansas by Arkansas. 228 pgs. Frederick William Allsopp. History of the Arkansas Press for a Hundred Years and More. Parke-Harper Publishing. 1922. 684pp. Morris S. Arnold. Unequal Laws Unto a Savage Race: European Legal Traditions in Arkansas, 1686-1836. University of Arkansas Press. 1985. 240pp.
Source: History of the Arkansas Press for a Hundred Years and More By Frederick William Allsopp Parke-Harper Publishing Company,Little Rock, Arkansas 1922. J. B. Higgins. J. B. Higgins, editor and publisher of the Arkansas Farmer, at Conway, is well known among newspaper men and legislators. He has served as chief clerk of the Arkansas Legislature at every session for many years, and the. Arkansas Press for a Hundred Years, History of the. Arkansas Press for a Hundred Years, History of the. $45.00. QTY. By Fred W. Allsop. Orig. Pub. 1922, Reprinted 1978. 688 pages, Hard Cover, Index, ISBN 0-89308-073-X. Featured Products. Burke County, North Carolina History.
History of the Arkansas Press for a Hundred Years and More By Frederick William Allsopp June 11,1840-Sep.7,1934 A most interesting life story of Mr.Edwin Landvoigt, he was one of four brothers, born to an immigrant from Austria, a soldier who died in the Mexican War for the USARMY, who all served in the Civil War, two on the Federal Side, and. History of the Arkansas Press for Hundred Years and More by Fred W. Allsopp, 1922. November 10, 1870 we suspend the Times for the present. We believe that we can find a more lucrative business than publishing a newspaper in Arkansas. With cotton at 12 1/2 cents and no other produce in the county, we think that there is a slim show for the. Frederick William "Fred" Allsopp 1867-1946 was an author, businessman, and philanthropist in Little Rock, Arkansas. Allsopp is known for his work as former business manager of the Arkansas Gazette newspaper and as co-owner of the Allsopp & Chapple Bookstore. Allsopp was born on June 25, 1867. History of the Arkansas Press for a Hundred Years and More by Frederick William Allsopp Parke-Harper Publishing, 1922 Lest We Forget, or, Character Gems Gleaned from South Arkansas by J.H. Riggin and W.F. Evans Southern Historical Press, 1978 Pioneers and Makers of Arkansas by Josiah Hazen Shinn Genealogical Publishing Co., 1967.
4 Frederick W. Allsopp, History of the Arkansas Press for a Hundred Years and More Little Rock, 1922, 344; Edwin L. Harvin, "Arkansas and the Crisis of 1860-1861" un- published M.A. thesis, University of Texas, 1926, 34. 6Fred W. Allsopp, History of the Arkansas Press for a Hundred Years and More Little Rock: Parke-Harper, 1922, pp. 42-48, 309-327. ESTABLISHMENT OF FIRST ARKANSAS PRESS Jg3. In June alone, more than 100 steamboats arrived on the Arkansas River. The treasury of the state even had a small surplus which was used to reduce taxes. Still concerned about the Indian threat and the uncertainty of the Texas situation, the United States Army began work on the Little Rock Arsenal in May.
Jul 15, 2018 · One could argue that Fred Allsopp's greatest contribution to Arkansas journalism was his encyclopedic history of Arkansas newspapers, History of the Arkansas Press for. Allsopp, Fred W. Fred William, 1867-1946: History of the Arkansas press for a hundred years and more / Little Rock, Ark.: Parke-Harper Publishing, 1922 page images at HathiTrust; US access only. Dec 22, 2017 · The best collection of Arkansas newspapers is at the Arkansas History Commission. The following guides can help you locate and search Arkansas newspapers: Allsopp, Fred W. History of the Arkansas Press for a Hundred Years and More. 1922. Reprint. Easley, South Carolina: Southern Historical Press, 1978. FHL book 976.7 B3a.
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