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by Dallas T. Herndon
- ISBN: 0893080691
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- Author: Dallas T. Herndon
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- Publisher: Southern Historical Press, Inc. (1984)
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Dallas T. (Dallas Tabor) Herndon. Centennial history of Arkansas online. Online Library → Dallas T. (Dallas Tabor) Herndon → Centennial history of Arkansas → online text (page 62 of 186). In 1913 he was appointed postmaster and is now filling that ofBce. 376 centennial history of arkansas. He afterward removed to Des Arc and opened a general store, success attending him in this undertaliing. To them were born two children: Vivian, who became the wife of 0. H. Pink; and William M.
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Dallas Herndon was born on August 28, 1878, the son of John Alpheus and Mary Mildred Brown Herndon, farmers . His best known are his multi-volume Centennial History of Arkansas (1922) and Annals of Arkansas (1947).
Dallas Herndon was born on August 28, 1878, the son of John Alpheus and Mary Mildred Brown Herndon, farmers who lived in Elberton, Georgia. He received his BS and MS degrees in history and political science from Alabama Polytechnic Institute (now Auburn University) in 1902 and 1903, respectively. His Highlights of Arkansas History and Arkansas Handbook were long staple reference sources. His Why Little Rock was Born (1933) was the first published history of that city.
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This article traces the history of Dallas, Texas, (USA). The Caddo inhabited the Dallas area before it was settled by Europeans, along with the rest of Texas, as a part of the Spanish Viceroyalty of New Spain in the 16th century
This article traces the history of Dallas, Texas, (USA). The Caddo inhabited the Dallas area before it was settled by Europeans, along with the rest of Texas, as a part of the Spanish Viceroyalty of New Spain in the 16th century. The area was also claimed by the French, but in 1819 the Adams-Onís Treaty officially placed Dallas well within Spanish territory by making the Red River the northern boundary of New Spain.
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