Nov 16, 2011
Journalist, educator, and historian Ernie Deane is remembered by his daughter, Frances "Fran" Deane Alexander. Ernie Deane was a press officer for Gen. George Patton during World War II and at the Nuremberg Trials after the war, a newspaper columnist, a journalism professor, a director of the War Eagle Fair, a champion...
Aug 18, 2011
Dr. Roy Rom, emeritus professor of horticulture at the University of Arkansas, and owner of Rom Family Orchard in Fayetteville, discusses the history of apple production in Arkansas. Recorded August 17, 2011.
Aug 17, 2011
Ozark Ecological Restorations founder Joe Woolbright and biologist Joe Neal discuss the history of plants and birds related to regional tallgrass prairies. Recorded August 17, 2011.
Mar 8, 2011
Dr. Guy Lancaster, editor for the online Encyclopedia of Arkansas History and Culture, discusses his extensive research on "sundown towns" in Arkansas: communities were white residents expelled all or most of the town's African American residents. According to Dr. Lancaster, some 100 towns in Arkansas are suspected to...