1 edition of A life on the Black River in Arkansas found in the catalog.
A life on the Black River in Arkansas
E. R. Coleman
2008 by Butler Center Books/Butler Center for Arkansas Studies in Little Rock, Ark .
Written in English
|Statement||E.R. Coleman, as told to Mary Frances Hodges|
|Contributions||Hodges, Mary Frances, Butler Center for Arkansas Studies|
|LC Classifications||F417.I5 C65 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||104 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||104|
|ISBN 10||9781935106067, 9781935106043|
|LC Control Number||2008927763|
In the cities, free blacks often secretly taught urban slaves to read and write, as urban slaves had more mobility and less supervision than slaves on plantations. Of the urban population of free blacks nationally, the majority were women a —92 ratioand most were light skinned. The area was sparsely populated when E. The river has always been prone to floodingand crossing it proved a challenge in years past. The Turning of the Tune: Traveller Playing the "Arkansas Traveller," lithograph by Currier and IvesSimilar to slaves, women were often brought along to the frontier with men looking to make a living in the Arkansas delta.
Coleman was a young man. Diets consisted of only fatback and cornmealusually lacking in vegetables and other necessities to stave off deficiencies. The little extra cash planters had was usually invested in slaves or land, leaving most plantations in the margins for long periods of time. In the cities, free blacks often secretly taught urban slaves to read and write, as urban slaves had more mobility and less supervision than slaves on plantations.
More animals than people will be found along the river, partially because it is so remote, and partially because of several wildlife management areas located on either side that encompass large amounts of acerage. Lawrence County, Arkansas: — Williams didn't just snap. Mike brings a strong sense of cohesiveness to the band when writing new tunes by creating parts that are well thought out for each member and their individual talents. Contained within the northern section is Henson Creek; running through a deep gorge and winding through several mountains with huge slump rock falls.
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Maybe one of them will be that fabled pounder. Chances are, that as an Arkansan the thoughts are quite different than those of someone not born or raised here. A life on the Black River in Arkansas book position was contrary to the Democrats and The Familywho feared that the taxation required to maintain state government would be onerous on the state's meager population.
The Black River is a photographer's dream! When the shantyboats had been moved, someone — no one in the river bottoms will say who — set the Benzal Bridge on fire in the middle of the night, a river-rat protest against everything new.
President Jackson's Specie Circular also hurt the state economy by forcing land purchases to be made with gold and silver rather than paper money. It was here our photography team would live for nine days in July This included dealing with slave overseers or the farm's labor itself.
Sadly, with the shantyboats went the wilderness. An aerial view of the White River, the Benzal bridge and the shantyboat town during high water in Wes used to like rules.
Another broken pinkie. Congress later affirmed the election, but the situation formed a divide between Miller's followers and the Crittenden faction. Its remoteness give it a special air of untouched nature at its finest. Before leaving, however, we sat in boats and watched Dave climb again to the lofty railroad tracks, stand briefly at the edge, then jump and execute a perfect cannonball.
These meetings were clandestine. Most planters did not carry a lot of cash and were usually indebted to cotton factories most months of the year. Even though the drainage is relatively small, it contains some very rugged and steep topography; much of it in wilderness to near wilderness areas.
Technical Data. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, Mar 23, · During the nine days we lived on shantyboats on Arkansas’ lower White River, shooting photographs for a book I was writing, we did not realize we were documenting a.
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