Welcome to. . .
Dell--Dearman--Ekron--Half Moon--Lost Cane--Perry--Pettyville--Roseland--Shonyo
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I've learned some of the in's and out's of blogging, and have found it to be easier--and faster--than maintaining a regular site. I'll be able to post more about Dell and it's history--and, you'll be able to comment and interact--the best of both worlds!
I'll leave the links below on this site into 2013--
All Old & New stories, interviews, family information, vintage and new photographs, etc. will be found at this new blog. I will not be posting on this DellArkansas.com website in the future. All information will be found on the Dell, Arkansas: A History Blog. . . . .
Read what's currently posted. . . .Then check the Archives for past posts. . . .
Find Update Notices on: FACEBOOK
You'll also find a search engine for the Blog, so you can quickly access information you're interested in. . . . be able to join Google Connect, Google Reader, and Google +, all helpful with keeping up with the posts, if you choose. . . .
Hope to see you there. . . .
The Widner-Magers Farm Historic District
Placed on the National Registry of Historic Places 2007
1.5 Miles North of Dell on Highway 181
Find out more at: widner-magers.org
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And the sons become the fathers, And the daughters will be wives, As the torch is passed from hand to hand, And we struggle through our lives.
Though the generations wander, The lineage survives; And all of us, from dust to dust, Become forefathers by and by. (Dan Fogelberg)
"TAMING MISSISSIPPI COUNTY" CD Available
See the Photo Shoot at:
Our Cotton Patch, LLC, Dell, Arkansas
Curtis C. Duncan Photography
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