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  • Crowley 's Ridge : Is It Accurate?

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    significant towns and attractions, remarkable highlights, atmosphere, and unmistakable biological system. Crowley 's Ridges progressive history is stunning to listen. Since when Benjamin Crowley secured a pioneer estate in the closest high ground to his Arkansas delta area grant in the 1820s, he had no clue that

  • The Implementation Plan For A New Outlook From Local Business Owners

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    and offer insight on the impacts during pre-disaster planning. The implementation plan will support the community plan by; historical management, prioritizing, and community support. By looking at Arkansas history of disaster, strategies can be developed to decrease the impacts. In the past Arkansas, the federal government has paid out disaster aid of over one billion and 120 million dollars. By prioritizing tasks by the most important to the least important, Little Rock can better plan to cover

  • The Importance Of Health Care In Arkansas

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    Health care in Arkansas is severely limited, but a few changes in the spending of the state’s funding could improve the quality and quantity of health facilities around the state. Making Arkansas’ general public more aware of the disparities involving health care within the state could open the door for filling the needed positions, as Arkansas also has a significant unemployment rate. Robert Bowman, leading researcher in rural medical education, is quoted as saying, “It is no longer about establishing

  • Hot Springs National Park

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    Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art is a museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas. The museum, founded by Alice Walton and designed by Moshe Safdie, officially opened on 11 november 2011. It offers free public admission. Hot Springs National Park is a United States National park in central Garland County, Arkansas adjacent to the city of Hot Springs, the county seat. Hot Spring Reservation was initially created by act of the United States Congress on April 20, 1832 to be preserved for

  • Carrie Moore Research Paper

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    magazine was called The Hatchet. During 1903 she changed her name to Carry, when her autobiography was published she used the money to buy a house in Kansas City, Kansas. Carrie moved to different states like Kentucky, Texas, Kansas, Missouri, and Arkansas. Some of the states she went to were to give speeches about the way she saw alcohol. Carrie’s daughter went to Texas State Lunatic Asylum, Carrie thought it was because of all the problems when Charlien was

  • Little Rock History

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    Little Rock’s population is 193,524 and is the capital of Arkansas. Little Rock has the main house of government in the state of Arkansas. Also Little Rock is the most famous city in Arkansas. Fort Smith is the second most populated city in Arkansas with 86,524 citizens. Fort Smith lies on the Arkansas-Oklahoma state border and is situated at the junction of the Arkansas and Poteau River, also known as Belle Point. Fort Smith began as a western frontier military post in 1817. Later it became well

  • The Presidential Candidate Of Education Reform

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    quality education. Her crusade as a public servant for quality education began thirty-three years ago in 1983.The Arkansas school system ranked 50th in the nation. Mrs. Clinton was appointed by Governor Bill Clinton to chair the Educational Standards Committee, to recommend reforms. It is not an exaggeration to say the state’s educational system remains broken. TIME Magazine dubbed Arkansas the long time “Dogpatch of the nation’s school system” However, this crisis in education extended from coast to

  • The Stately White Columns Fice Occupied By William J. Clinton Essay

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    The stately white columns the interior for The Arkansas capital lead to the executive office occupied by William J. Clinton only 30 years ago. After a successful college career at an elite university Governor Clinton decided make the move home to his birth state of Arkansas. Hillary Rodham begrudgingly followed along with fierce independence and a law degree. Rodham maintained a job at the university of Arkansas after her husband’s loss in a congressional election, and practiced law through court

  • The Nightmare of the West Memphis Three

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    In his article, “The Nightmare of the West Memphis Three”, Rich explores how the people of Memphis drew horrific conclusions about people based on the lifestyle they chose to practice. The article highlights the trials and tribulations faced by the accused three young teenagers. Rich does this by citing the popular documentary series “Paradise Lost” which is an in depth analysis into the lives of the accused, the victims’ families and members of the community. This paper outlines how the belief system

  • The Election : A Good Day For The Nation 's Oldest Third Party

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    The interesting event known as the 2016 election has offered a good day for the nation’s oldest third party. The Prohibition Party has had its biggest national election results since 1988. The Prohibition Party has received over 5,500 votes from the current ballot results, and will likely have a higher total once write-in ballots from other states are reported. The results are already more than 10 times the party’s national vote in 2012. It is a sign of the hard work the Prohibition Party’s members