Sunday, December 28, 2008

Early Lonoke's photos

EarlyLonoke's photos and albums on webshots: "EarlyLonoke
I have been doing genealogy on my family for 16 years. This webshots page covers news items from the Lonoke Democrat newspapper starting August 1884."

and William R Boone - InterneTree

Lonoke, Arkansas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: "Lonoke is the second most populous city in Lonoke County, Arkansas, United States, and serves as its county seat.[1] According to 2006 Census Bureau estimates, the population of the city is 4,552.[2] It is part of the Little Rock–North Little Rock–Conway Metropolitan Statistical Area." Lonoke - Google Search

ARGenWeb Lonoke County, Arkansas: "My name is Janey Kaiser and I am the coordinator for the Lonoke County Arkansas page. The PURPOSE OF THIS PAGE is to aid you in your search for Lonoke County Arkansas residents. It is hoped that the information contained here will help you better understand how and when the county boundaries changed, who some of the residents were, where Lonoke county information may be found and how to contact others that may be working on families of your same interest.

In 1803, the Louisiana Purchase was acquired by the United States, and, in 1819, Arkansas was organized as a territory. Its northern, eastern and southern borders were the same as they are now, but to the west, some of what is now Oklahoma was included. Two years later, in 1821, the territorial capital was moved from Arkansas Post to Little Rock.

By 1836, the Arkansas Territory had the 60,000 residents required to become a state, and after writing an acceptable constitution, was declared the 25th state in the United States


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