Howard County -- History Articles
- 1. "James
H. Howard", by Russell P. Baker in Arkansas Historical Quarterly
(Winter 1976): 360-65.
- A brief account of the life and career of a Reconstruction-era
politician from Pike county for whom Howard county is named.
- 2. "Salt
Springs and Salt Works in Arkansas," by Virginia Buxton in Arkansas
Historical Quarterly 16 (Winter 1957): 383-86.
- Tells about early salt works in Sevier and Howard counties.
- 3. "Reminiscences
of an Arkansas Pioneer as Recorded in 1890," edited by H.M. McIver
in Arkansas Historical Quarterly 17 (Spring 1958): 56-67.
- Oral history from Clark Ward, an early settler of Rocky
Comfort circa the1820s and later a Confederate soldier at the Battle of
- 4. "Clayton's
Militia in Sevier and Howard Counties," by Virginia Buxton in
Arkansas Historical Quarterly 20 (Winter 1961): 344-50.
- Two letters published in 1890 from local citizens, opponents
of Reconstruction and Governor Clayton Powell's declaration of martial
law in 1868 in southwest Arkansas.