One Summer In Arkansas

Author: Marcia Kemp Sterling
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ISBN: 0988376814
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This is a story of place, in the tradition of Southern fiction, with vivid images of Arkansas and the values of small-town life.

Catalogue Of The University Of Arkansas

Author: University of Arkansas (Fayetteville campus)
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University of Arkansas (Fayetteville campus). SUMMER TERM The tenth summer
term of the University will open June 21, and close July 31, 1920. The University
summer school has grown during recent years until last year four hundred
students were in attendance, which is a larger number than the average summer
school in the United States. The report of the United States Commissioner of
Education shows that the cost of attending the session was only slightly more
than ...

Southern Arkansas University

Author: James F. Willis
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1441553630
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1-11; Stater, Summer 2002, p. 8; Summer 2003, p. 2; Homecoming 2004, pp. 2-3;
SAU Catalog 2008-09, p. 392; Program of Reynolds' Art Exhibit and Show,
October 17, 2005; Rankin Interview. SAU Annual Report 2001-2002, p. 5; SAU
Report from the President, 2008; Faculty Senate Minutes, September 18, 2003;
Board Minutes, October 28, 1994; March 7, 2007; Financial Statement 1993-94,
pp. 8-12; Financial Statement 2006, p. 22; SAU Blue & Gold Vision Master Plan;
Arkansas ...

Arkansas Birds Thier Distribution And Abundance C

Publisher: University of Arkansas Press
ISBN: 9781610750318
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When Bill Beall heard a bird singing during June and July of 1976 at Fort Smith,
he stated, "I considered it a common summer resident here in the late 40s and
early 50s [but it] became uncommon to rare here by the early 60s." While Baerg (
1951) considered the species to be "fairly common" in northern Arkansas,
summer records in recent years there have been relatively few and scattered.
Howell (1911) considered Bewick's Wren to be the common dooryard wren,
restricted to the ...

Fryingpan Arkansas Project

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probable casual migrant probable uncommon migrant probable uncommon
migrant and summer resident probable occasional migrant and summer resident
common resident common sumer resident probable uncommon summer migrant
probable uncommon resident possible occasional sumer resident possible
occasional resident possible uncommon migrant probable uncommon summer
resident ucommon resident probable umconmon summer resident probable
casual migrant ...

The Ultimate Guide To Summer Opportunities For Teens

Author: Sandra L. Berger
ISBN: 1593632355
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200 Programs That Prepare You for College Success Sandra L. Berger. Program:
Contact: Address: Phone: e-mail: Web site: Program type: grade/Age levels:
Description: University of Arkansas Summer Institute for Gifted & Talented
Scholars Keith Brink, Director of Gifted & Talented Programs 200 Hotz Hall
Fayetteville, AR 72701 479-575-3553; 866-625-9247 ...

Fishing Arkansas

Author: Keith Sutton
Publisher: University of Arkansas Press
ISBN: 9781557286239
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Arkansas's. Summer. Warmouths. "Goggle-eye hole," Curt Moore announced,
snatching up a sculling paddle and swinging the johnboat toward a dark, flooded
recess in the bottom of a hollow cypress tree. "How many you reckon are in that I
one?" I asked. "Three, maybe four." "Really?" I said, incredulously. "What makes
you think there'll be so many?" "Just a feeling," Curt replied. "Watch and see."
Curt maneuvered the boat in close, then, using a long jigging pole, he dropped a
cricket ...


Author: Jennifer Jensen Wallach
Publisher: University of Arkansas Press
ISBN: 1610754824
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In 1965 members of the Arkansas Project decided to invite shortterm volunteers
from throughout the country to spend the summer in Arkansas. The program was
modeled on the far larger 1964 Mississippi Summer Project, when more than 750
volunteers, most of them white and from the North, volunteered to spend their
summers working in Mississippi. This large influx of outsiders who were new to
the region and unfamiliar with the culture of SNCC ignited racial and class
tensions ...

Arkansas Survivor

Author: Carole Marsh
Publisher: Gallopade International
ISBN: 9780635005250
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She can't remember a thing about JHl our weather in Arkansas! Her forecast
goes on the air in five minutes. Help her out by circling the correct answers below
. After all, we wouldn't want her to a report we are having a tsunami, would we? [
What is a tsunami, anyway?] STRRT SINGING IN THE RAIN! Which word does
NOT apply to Arkansas summers? LONG HOT CHILLY Which word DOES apply
to Arkansas' winters? ENDLESS HARSH MILD Which location is cooler in the

Arkansas Survivor A Classroom Challenge

Author: Carole Marsh
Publisher: Gallopade International
ISBN: 0635084147
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Which word does NOT apply to Arkansas summers? LONG HOT CHILLY 2.
Which word DOES apply to Arkansas' winters? ENDLESS HARSH MILD 3. Which
location is cooler in the summer? OUACHITA UPLANDS COASTAL PLAIN 4. The
record Arkansas summer temperature is 120 60 200 degrees Fahrenheit. 5. The
record Arkansas winter temperature is 0 -99 -29 degrees Fahrenheit. 6. Arkansas'
periods of similar weather that recur each year are called TSUNAMIS SEASONS