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A life on the Black River in Arkansas

E. R. Coleman

A life on the Black River in Arkansas

the memoir of a farmer, rural entrepreneur, and banker

by E. R. Coleman

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Published by Butler Center Books/Butler Center for Arkansas Studies in Little Rock, Ark .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementE.R. Coleman, as told to Mary Frances Hodges
ContributionsHodges, Mary Frances, Butler Center for Arkansas Studies
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF417.I5 C65 2008
The Physical Object
Pagination104 p. ;
Number of Pages104
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24546456M
ISBN 109781935106067, 9781935106043
LC Control Number2008927763

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The river was so named on account of the black tint of its water.⁃ coordinates: 37°26′28″N 90°50′01″W /. The Black River has played a significant, but shifting, role in the lives of residents of northeast Arkansas. For the early Native Americans who lived in the area, it was an essential food and transportation source.

This remained true for European settlers in the days before roads and railroads. The Black River flows from Missouri into Arkansas east of Branson and west of the Bootheel. It meanders where the foothills of the Ozarks begin to rise out of the Mississippi plain. The area was sparsely populated when E.

Coleman was a young man. Like the population they served, businesses were modest, mostly small, and scattered. Get this from a library. A life on the Black River in Arkansas: the memoir of a farmer, rural entrepreneur, and banker.

[E R Coleman; Mary Frances Hodges; Butler Center for Arkansas Studies.]. The Black River flows from Missouri into Arkansas, east of Branson and west of the Bootheel.

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Coleman. Narrated by Jeffrey W. Goodrich. Available from Audible. Book published by The University of Arkansas Press. The Black River flows from Missouri into Arkansas east of Branson and west of the Bootheel.

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