Originally published by Goodspeed Publishing in 1889, this reprint contains memoirs and biographies of Cross County pioneers. Cross County was created in the eastern central portion of the state in November 1862 and was named for Colonel David C. Cross of the 5th Arkansas Regiment during the Civil War. This volume contains a brief history of the county from the beginning up to the time it was written in the mid-1880s. Because the information was compiled by the referenced family, it should be very accurate and detailed.
Anderson Phillips, one of the most prominent colored farmers in Search township, was born a slave of David H. Walker, of Carroll County, MO., in 1843. His father, Carter Phillips, died in 1889. His mother at last accounts was in Nebraska. ...
2004, paper, 78 pp.