World War I and Arkansas Bibliography

Books

Allen, Desmond Walls. Index to Arkansas’ World War I African American soldiers (Conway: Arkansas Research, 2002).

___________. Index to Arkansas’s World War I Soldiers. 7 vols.(Conway, AR: Arkansas Research, Inc., 2002).

Ballard, Jack Stokes. War Bird Ace: The Great War Exploits of Capt. Field E. Kindley. (College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 2007).

Bledsoe, John T. Son of a Country Preacher: A Family Story of Rural Life during World War I. (Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms International, 1981).

Hanley, Ray. Camp Robinson and the Military on the North Shore: Arkansas and the Great War. (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2014).

Hill, Elizabeth Griffin. Faithful to our Tasks: Arkansas's Women and the Great War. (Little Rock: Butler Center Books, 2017).

Haulsee, William M., Frank G. Howe and Alfred C. Doyle. Soldiers of the Great War. (Washington, DC: Soldiers Record Publishing Association, 1920).

Knotts, Burton Ray. World War I Records of Randolph County, Arkansas. (Conway, AR: Arkansas Research, Inc., 2006).

Laird, John A. History of the 12th Engineers. (St. Louis: Skinner and Buxton, 1919).

Polston, Michael D., and Guy Lancaster, eds. To Can the Kaiser: Arkansas and the Great War. (Little Rock, AR: Butler Center Books, 2015).

Russell, Oscar. Death notices found in the Arkansas Gazette, 1915-1929. 8 vols. (North Little Rock, AR, 2001).

Ware, David. Beyond the Call of Duty, Arkansas Honors Its Veterans. (Little Rock: Arkansas Secretary of State, 2002).

Wells, Frank M. War with Germany and Why We Won. (Arkansas: 1919).

Williams, Chad L. Torchbearers of Democracy: African American Soldiers in the World War I Era. (Chapel Hill, NC: UNC Press, 2013).

Williams, Nancy and Jeannie Whayne, ed. Arkansas Biography: A Collection of Notable Lives. (Fayetteville, AR: University of Arkansas Press).

World War I veterans discharge records for Cleburne County, Arkansas. (Heber Springs: Cleburne County Historical Society, 2003).


Articles

 

 

Akins, Jerry. “Fort Smith and the Great War: Part I.” Journal of the Fort Smith Historical Society 38 (September 2014): 4-12.

___. “Fort Smith and the ‘Great War’: Part II, January 1- December 31, 1915.” Journal of the Fort Smith Historical Society 39 (April 2015): 35-43.

___. “Fort Smith and the ‘Great War’: Part III, January 1- December 31, 1916.” Journal of the Fort Smith Historical Society 39 (September 2015): 9-18.

___. “Fort Smith and ‘The Great War’ Part IV, January 1 – December 31, 1917,” The Journal 40 (April 2016): 35 – 47.

___. “Fort Smith and The Great War, Part V (Final) January 1 – December 31, 1918.” Journal of the Fort Smith Historical Society 40 (September 2016): 16-28.

Allen, Desmond Walls. “Garland County’s World War I Army Nurses.” The Record: Garland County Historical Society, 33, (1992): 119-121.

Ammons, Jacynda. “Arkadelphians in World War I.” Clark County Historical Journal,(2007): 37-40.

Baker, Russell P. "Lieutenant William Heber McLaughlin: Forgotten Hero." Pulaski County Historical Review 52 (Fall 2004): 74-78.

“Benton County Men in World War I Service.” Benton County Pioneer, 3 (Summer 1978): 83.

Bransford, Johnnie Singleton. “Lonoke’s Vanished Airport. Newsletter: Lonoke County Historical Society 2 (Winter 1983): 1-2.

“A Brief Tecord of Private Andrew M. Washington (WWI).” Phillips County Historical Quarterly, 17 (December 1978): 9.

Bryant, Jimmy. “UCA during World War I.” Faulkner Facts and Fiddlings, 52, No. 2 (Fall-Winter 2010): 14-15.

Cluck, Damon. “The Arkansas National Guard Prior to WWI and the Mexican Border, 1898-1917.” Arkansas Military History Journal, Vol. 11, No. 2, Spring 2017, 5-9.

“Company E World War I.” Stream of History, 5 (October 1967): 5.

“Co-ops have Roots from Depression after World War I.” Arkansas Gazette (May 24, 1970): 5C.

Curruth, Joseph. “World War I Propaganda and its effects in Arkansas.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, 56, No. 4 (1997): 385-398.

Daniel, Nikki. “Contributions of Clark County Women’s Organization during World War I.” Clark County Historical Journal, (1994): 45-48.

“Dear Mother.” Phillips County Historical Quarterly, 17 (December 1978): 18.

Demuth, David O. “An Arkansas county mobilizes: Saline County, Arkansas, 1917-1918.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, 36, No.3 (Autumn 1977):211-233.

“Did You Know???Wagon Wheels: The Logan County Historical Society, 18, No.1/2 (Spring/Summer 1998): 6.

“Dr. F.C. Maguire.” Rivers and Roads and Points in Between, 6 (Winter 1978): 8.

Droessler, William F. “Play ball! Baseball returns in 1916.” Drew County Historical Journal, 17 (2002): 26-28.

Dykema, Norah. “World War I bonds in Pope County.” Pope County Historical Association Quarterly, 40, No. 3 (Sept 2006): 10-29.

“Eberts Field at Lonoke.” Newsletter: Lonoke County Historical Society 14 (Fall 1995): 1-2.

Finley, Randy. “Black Arkansans and World War One.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly 49 (Autumn 1990): 249-77.

Floyd, Rick. “World War I Centennial,” Gems of Pike County 28 (Number 1 2017): 11 – 22.

“The Fourth I Remember Best.” Arkansas Democrat (July 6, 1958): 11.

Garman, Betty Hollis. “An Economic History of Jefferson County, Arkansas from Reconstruction through World War I: Part 1.” Jefferson County Historical Quarterly, 9, No. 4 (1981): 19-41.

______,“An Economic History of Jefferson County, Arkansas from Reconstruction through World War I: Part 2.” Jefferson County Historical Quarterly, 10, No. 1 (1982): 17-43.

______,“An Economic History of Jefferson County, Arkansas from Reconstruction through World War I: Part 3.” Jefferson County Historical Quarterly, 10, No. 2 (1982): 34-50.

______,“An Economic History of Jefferson County, Arkansas from Reconstruction through World War I: Part 4.” Jefferson County Historical Quarterly, 10, No. 3 (1982): 8-15.

Graham, Bessie. “The Grahams of Hazel Street before World War I.” Stream of History, 20, No. 1 (April 1983): 11-21.

“Grand Prairie Men Sent to Camp Pike July 22, 1918.” Grand Prairie Historical Bulletin 60 (April 2017): 59.

“Great American Air Base named after Benton County Flying Ace.” Benton County Pioneer, 3, (November 1958): 4.

“Greene County Men heed call to World War I.” Greene County Historical Quarterly, 1 (Second Quarter 1970); 12.

“Greene County Men in World War I.” Greene County Historical Quarterly, 1 (Fourth Quarter 1971): 16.

“Greene County's Part in World War I.” Greene County Historical Quarterly, 1 (Third Quarter 1970): 23.

“Greene County Soldiers in World War I.” Greene County Historical Quarterly, 1 (Fourth Quarter 1970): 12.

“Greene County Soldiers in World War I.” Greene County Historical Quarterly, 1 (Third Quarter 1970): 23.

Hale, Gordon. “Marcellus Holmes Chiles.” Carroll County Historical Society Quarterly 52 (December 2007): 4-5.

“Herbert ‘Hub’ Willis Interview: World War I Veteran from Stone County, Arkansas.” Arkansas Military History Journal, Vol. 11, No. 2, Spring 2017, 20-28.

“Herbert Wayne McCormick.” Benton County Pioneer, 3 (Summer 1978): 79.

“Honor roll of men in the service.” Benton County Pioneer, 6 (July 1961): 33.

Hudson, James J. “Captain Field E. Kindley: Arkansas’ Air Ace of the First World War.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly,18, No.2 (Summer 1959).


_____, “Hostile skies, a combat history of the American Air Service in World War I Arkansas Historical Quarterly, 27, No. 3 (Autumn 1968): 270-272.

_____, “Reed G. Landis and ‘The Last Good War’." Arkansas Historical Quarterly, 35, No.2 (Summer 1976):127-141.

Jeu, Michael. “Issue Sidearm of the U.S. Army of World War I.” Arkansas Military History Journal, Vol. 11, No. 2, Spring 2017, 29-30.

“John J. Pershing listed Herman Davis as Arkansas’ top hero of World War I.” Arkansas Gazette (October 10, 1965): 6E.

Johnson, John Allen. “Oscar Franklin Miller: Arkansas’s Forgotten Hero.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly 31 (Autumn 1972): 262-75.

Kik, Marinus Cornelis. “I was a Soldier in Wilhelmina's Army.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, 4, No.1 (Spring 1945): 58-73.

“A Letter of World War I.” Rivers and Roads and Points in Between, 16, (1989): 57.

"Letters from World War One" Grand Prairie Historical Bulletin 59 (October 2016): 49-51.

“Letters from Yanks.” Key, 7 (Spring 1972):18.

McCommons, Frances Barber. “Barbers: Three Generations Serve Country.” Rivers and Roads and Points in Between, 33 (2009): 44-45.

McCracken, Lloyd. “Do you know these World War I soldiers?” Craighead County Historical Quarterly, 44, No. 1 (Jan 2006).

McKinney, J. Cliff. “The Arkansas Supreme Court Goes to War: A Sampling of Legal Issues Confronted by the Court during World War I.” The Arkansas Lawyer 52 (Spring 2017): 42 – 44.

McLane, Bobbie Jones. “Lottery for World War I, Garland County.” The Record: Garland County Historical Society, 36, (1995): 42-56.

Miller, Jo Ann Blattler. “World War I veterans of Logan County, Arkansas.” Wagon Wheels: The Logan County Historical Society, 24, No. 1 (Spring/Summer 2004): 5.

Miller, Rachel M. “First Call: American Posters of World War I.” Pulaski County Historical Review 63 (Winter 2015): 137-143.

Motherwell, David. “America’s Entry in World War I.” Carroll County Historical Quarterly, 62 (June 2017): 10 – 18.

Nesbit, Wilbur D. “World War I Poems.” Heritage of Stone, 6, No. 1&2 (1982): 38-39.

Nieser, Tracy. “The History of Camp Pike, Arkansas.” Pulaski County Historical Review 41 (Fall 1993): 64-71.

Niswonger, Richard Leverne. “William F. Kirby, Arkansas' Maverick Senator,” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, 37, No.3 (Autumn 1978): 252-263.

“One of Pershing's Greatest 100.” Arkansas Democrat (July 3, 1960): 4.

“Parade - Berryville Square ca. 1918.” Carroll County Historical Quarterly, 53, No. 2 (June 2008): cover photo.

Parks, Susan. “Northwest Arkansas during World War I.” Ozark Historical Review, 16, No. 1 (Spring 1987): 34-42.

Parrott, Jean Kaffka. “The Last Shot.” Craighead County Historical Quarterly, 37, No. 2 (April 1999): 3-6.

Pitcaithley, Dwight. “Zinc and lead mining along the Buffalo River.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, 37, No.4 (Winter 1978): 293-305.

Polston, Michael Davis. “‘Time Does Not Count Here’: Letters of a Camp Pike Doughboy.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, 45, No.1 (Spring 1986): 53-61.

________. “’Dear Home Folks’ The Camp Pike Letters of an Iowa Sammy in the Great War.” Pulaski County Historical Review 62 (Fall 2014): 70-76.

________. “Arkansas’s Forgotten Hero.” Arkansas Gazette, November 6, 1988, p. 1C.

________. “The Time for Rejoicing Has Begun: Little Rock and Then End of World War I.” Pulaski County Historical Review 63 (Fall 2015): 92-93.

________, “Letters from Camp Pike: Walter C. Yeager,” Pulaski County Historical Review, 65 (Spring 2017): 20 – 25.

________, “Our Back Pages: ‘Time Does Not Count Here’: Letters of an American Doughboy Stationed at Camp Pike,” Pulaski County Historical Review, 65 (Spring 2017): 30 – 34.

_______. “Letters from Camp Pike: Martin Webster Graddy.” Pulaski County Historical Review 65 (Summer 2017): 55 – 59. 

“Project to Document Arkansas in the Great War, ” Journal of the Lonoke County Historical Association, 1 (Spring 2016): 11.

Razer, Bob, “Camp Pike and the Great War: A Pictorial Essay,” Pulaski County Historical Review, 65 (Spring 2017): 11 – 18

Rogers, O.A. “The Elaine Race Riots of 1919.” The Arkansas Historical Quarterly, 19, No.2 (Summer 1960): 142-150.

Roesler, Alan L. “Flying under the Bridges in Little Rock: The Victory Loan Flying Circus, April 13, 1919.” Pulaski County Historical Review 63 (Spring 2015): 2-9.

Rose, Sammy. “Arthur Hamilton McClure World War I Veteran has Seen a lot of Changes in 94 Years.” Boone Country Historian, 10, No. 2 (1987): 27-30.

Ross, Margaret Smith. “Herman Davis: Forgotten Hero.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, 14, No.1 (Spring 1955): 51-61.

“Roster of 4th Motor Truck Company, Arkansas Ammunition Train, 39th Division, U.S. National Guard, World War I.” Grand Prairie Historical Bulletin 60 (April 2017): 60 -61.

Rothrock, Thomas. “Harold Elgin Henson.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, 24, No. 4 (Winter 1965): 348-354.

______, “Springdale’s Military Unit in World War I.” Flashback (March 1954).

Scott, Elouise. “Mementoes from World War I.” White County Heritage, 19 (1981): 73-80.

Scott, Kim Allen. “Plague on the Homefront: Arkansas and the Great Influenza Epidemic of 1918.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly 47 (Winter 1988): 311-44.

Senn, Gerald. "'Molders of Thought, Directors of Action:' The Arkansas Council of Defense, 1917-1918." Arkansas Historical Quarterly (Atumn 1977): 281-290.

"She Fought With Knitting Needs." Rivers and Roads and Points in Between, 8 (Spring 1980): 23.

“She Cared for Others.” Key, 9 (Spring 1974): 8.

Sheets, Hulbert. “World War I Letters.” Heritage: Hot Spring County Historical Society, 27 (2000): 146-148.

Spinks, E.E. “V. Thompson Gives Picnic for Tenants.” Rivers and Roads and Points in Between, 29 (2003-2004): 38-39.

“Springdale’s Military Unit in World War I.” Flashback, 4 (May 1954).

Standefer, Harry. “From World War I Memoirs.” The Record: Garland County Historical Society, 27 (1986): 117-126.

Stanton, Lindsey. "WWI Comes to Grant County." Grassroots [Grant County Museum] 38 (April 2017): 8 – 13.

Stockley. Grif and Jeannie Whayne. “Federal Troops and the Elaine Massacres: A Colloquy.” The Arkansas Historical Quarterly, 61, No. 3 (Autumn 2002): 272-283.

“Stone Countians and World War I.” Heritage of Stone, 6, 1&2, (1982): 1-2.

“The Story of Herman Davis.” Craighead County Historical Quarterly, 7 (Fall 1969): 15.

Stuck, Charles. “I Remember WWI a Long Memory Away.” Craighead County Historical Quarterly, 25, No.3 (July 1987): 19-20.

Syler, Allen B. “World War I Letters from Clark Countians.” Clark County Historical Journal (1995): 116-134.

“The Doughboy Statue at Hendrix (1920).” Faulkner Facts and Fiddlings 37 (Fall/Winter 1995): 85-87.

Townsend, John P. “As I remember Conway’s Fire-fighting System in 1918 and the City’s Celebration at the end of World War I.” Faulkner Facts and Fiddlings, 37, No. 3/4 (Fall/Winter 1996): 82-84.

Van Patten, Bennet. “Pangburn Soldier’s Letter.” White County Heritage, 30, (1992): 45.

Venable, Austin L. “The Arkansas Council of Defense in the First World War.” The Arkansas Historical Quarterly, 2, No. 2 (June 1943): 116-126.

Vermillion, Ricky. “The Story of Herman Davis.” Craighead County Historical Quarterly 7 (Autumn 1969): 15-19.

“Veterans of War with Spain and World Wars I and II are buried in Evergreen Cemetery.” Flashback, 2 (July 1952).

Wallis, Dave. “Grider Field remembered in classic color film.” Jefferson County Historical Quarterly, 20, No. 2 (1992): 4-7.

“War Dishes.” Grassroots, 1 (October 1981): 8.

“Washington County War Dead World War I, 1917-1918.” Flashback, 27 (May 1977): 45.

Willis, James F. “The Cleburne County Draft War,” Arkansas Historical Quarterly (Spring 1967): 24-39.

“Woodruff County Men in World War I.” Rivers and Roads and Points in Between, 4 (1976); 6.

“World War I.” Phillips County Historical Quarterly, 17 (March 1979): 35.

“World War I Discharges.” Heritage of Stone, 6, 1&2, (1982): 33-34.

“World War I Hero is remembered at Home and Afar.” Arkansas Democrat Magazine (November 14, 1965): 8-9.

“World War I Monument.” Craighead County Historical Quarterly, 7 (Spring 1969): 20.

“World War I Monument in Izard County.” Izard County Historian, 8 (October 1977): 2.

“World War I Veterans.” Key, 7 (Spring 1972): 26.

“World War I Veterans’ Discharge Records.” Cleburne County Historical Journal, 30, No. 3 (Summer 2002): 26-30.

“World War I Veterans’ Records.” Cleburne County Historical Journal, 28, No. 4 (Winter 2002): 37-39.

“World War I Veterans’ Records.” Cleburne County Historical Journal, 28, No. 1 (Spring 2002): 26-27.

“World War I Veterans’ Records.” Cleburne County Historical Journal, 29, No. 2 (Summer 2003): 77-80.

“World War I Veterans’ Records.” Cleburne County Historical Journal, 29, No. 1 (Spring 2003): 37-40.

“World War I Veterans’ Records.” Cleburne County Historical Journal, 30, No. 3 (Fall 2004): 113-115.


Dissertations and Theses

Franklin, Robert A. “Reconciliation and the Elaine, Arkansas Race Riot of 1919: Forgive or Forget.” Ph.D. dissertation, Arkansas State University, 2005.

Gordon, Fon Louise. “The Black Experience in Arkansas, 1880-1920.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Arkansas, 1989.

Kern, Jamie. “The Price of Dissent: Freedom of Speech and Arkansas Criminal Anarchy Arrests.” Master’s Thesis, University of Arkansas, 2012.

Lewis, Todd Everett. “Race Relations in Arkansas, 1910-1929.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Arkansas, 1995.

Matkin-Rawn, Story L. “‘We Fight for the Rights of Our Race’: Black Arkansans in the Era of Jim Crow.” Ph.D dissertation, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2009.

Mills, Eric Robert. “‘It’s always been home to me’: Obligation and sacrifice on the World War home front in Arkansas.” Master’s Thesis, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, 2013.

Parks, Susan Lynn. “Northwest Arkansas and World War I.” Master’s Thesis, University of Arkansas, 1987.

Ross, Jane-Ellen. “Zinc, by Thunder. A History of the Rush Creek Mining District Marion County, Arkansas 1887-1920.” Master’s Thesis, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, 2008.

Schwartz, Mark. “Northwest Arkansas and World War I.” Master’s Thesis, University of Arkansas, 2009.

 

 

Online

 

 

Ashworth, Suzanna. “Beverly Ann Bird (1896 - 1919) - Find A Grave Memorial 33129382,” created January 22, 2009, https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=33129382 (accessed April 19, 2017).