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BlackProGen LIVE Ep15a: Arkansas and Indian Territory Genealogy Research (Part 1)
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7 Facts about Arkansas
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It Started Here: Early Arkansas and The Louisiana Purchase
It Started Here: Early Arkansas and The Louisiana Purchase
Published: 2016/07/13
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Arkansas / Arkansaw: A State and It
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Published: 2010/05/06
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Arkansas is a Quapaw word | John Berrey | TEDxUniversityOfCentralArkansas
Arkansas is a Quapaw word | John Berrey | TEDxUniversityOfCentralArkansas
Published: 2016/05/25
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Arkansas and The Louisiana Purchase
Arkansas and The Louisiana Purchase
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2003 State Quarter: Arkansas
2003 State Quarter: Arkansas
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Wilderness Arkansas: The Louisiana Purchase
Wilderness Arkansas: The Louisiana Purchase
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Metal Detecting 5 states in less than 24 hours-Part 1 "Arkansas"
Metal Detecting 5 states in less than 24 hours-Part 1 "Arkansas"
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BlackProGen LIVE Ep15b: Arkansas and Indian Territory Genealogy Research (Part 2)
BlackProGen LIVE Ep15b: Arkansas and Indian Territory Genealogy Research (Part 2)
Published: 2016/06/15
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arkansas duck guides inc duck hunt 2013
Published: 2014/01/10
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East to Arkansas state capital: Texarkana, Arkansas to Little Rock 2015-05-26
East to Arkansas state capital: Texarkana, Arkansas to Little Rock 2015-05-26
Published: 2015/06/08
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A Journal of Travels into the Arkansas Territory During the Year 1819 Arkansas Classics
A Journal of Travels into the Arkansas Territory During the Year 1819 Arkansas Classics
Published: 2017/07/08
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Sidney Rice Gets a Foot In Against Arkansas
Sidney Rice Gets a Foot In Against Arkansas
Published: 2007/07/23
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Copy of Arkansas Duck Hunt: Dangerous Territory: TN River Boys
Copy of Arkansas Duck Hunt: Dangerous Territory: TN River Boys
Published: 2013/12/02
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PowerPoint maps of Arkansas with Counties
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Rush-hour Little Rock, Arkansas to Searcy, Arkansas 2015-05-26
Rush-hour Little Rock, Arkansas to Searcy, Arkansas 2015-05-26
Published: 2015/06/08
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Today in Arkansas: How high the pay?
Today in Arkansas: How high the pay?
Published: 2015/01/07
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A Journal of Travels into the Arkansas Territory during the Year 1819 American Exploration and Trave
A Journal of Travels into the Arkansas Territory during the Year 1819 American Exploration and Trave
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Arkansas River duck hunt
Arkansas River duck hunt
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Arkansas river bottoms
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A Day at Dry Lake - Arkansas Rice Field Duck Hunt
A Day at Dry Lake - Arkansas Rice Field Duck Hunt
Published: 2011/01/21
Channel: Brent Birch
Arkansas History, Part 4A
Arkansas History, Part 4A
Published: 2016/05/16
Channel: Kenneth Bridges
Arkansas History, Part 4B
Arkansas History, Part 4B
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Arkansas History, Part 5A
Arkansas History, Part 5A
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List of Governors of Arkansas
List of Governors of Arkansas
Published: 2017/01/03
Channel: WikiTubia
Arkansas Duck Hunting in the timber and open water!  S6 E5
Arkansas Duck Hunting in the timber and open water! S6 E5
Published: 2017/04/05
Channel: SportingDog Adventures TV
Urban Creek Fishing in Arkansas
Urban Creek Fishing in Arkansas
Published: 2017/06/14
Channel: Online Outdoorsman
Arkansas Public Land Duck Hunt 2013
Arkansas Public Land Duck Hunt 2013
Published: 2014/12/01
Channel: Moonshiner2011
Exclusive: Meet the Arkansas Judge Who Faces Impeachment for Protesting Against the Death Penalty
Exclusive: Meet the Arkansas Judge Who Faces Impeachment for Protesting Against the Death Penalty
Published: 2017/05/08
Channel: Democracy Now!
2003 State Quarter (Illinois, Alabama, Maine, Missouri, Arkansas)
2003 State Quarter (Illinois, Alabama, Maine, Missouri, Arkansas)
Published: 2017/10/24
Channel: BigDCoins
Arkansas vs  Ole Miss Arkansas completes 24-point comeback for the win October 28, 2017  ESPN
Arkansas vs Ole Miss Arkansas completes 24-point comeback for the win October 28, 2017 ESPN
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Channel: Sport Talk
This Week in Arkansas History, Episode 56: "Albert Pike"
This Week in Arkansas History, Episode 56: "Albert Pike"
Published: 2014/09/05
Channel: Arkansas Secretary of State Mark Martin
Arkansas State Anthem ARKANSAS with music, vocal and lyrics
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Arkansas History, Part 3A
Arkansas History, Part 3A
Published: 2016/05/16
Channel: Kenneth Bridges
KBOP: Arkansas Duck Slaughter, KETTLEBOTTOM SOUTH
KBOP: Arkansas Duck Slaughter, KETTLEBOTTOM SOUTH
Published: 2013/01/18
Channel: Kettlebottom
Duck Hunting in Stuttgart, Arkansas
Duck Hunting in Stuttgart, Arkansas
Published: 2012/08/18
Channel: AmericanaOutdoors1
Lovely Arkansas
Lovely Arkansas
Published: 2011/03/05
Channel: FujiSetten
Duck and Goose Hunting in Jonesboro, Arkansas
Duck and Goose Hunting in Jonesboro, Arkansas
Published: 2013/04/24
Channel: ASO Magazine
United States Arkansas State Quarter
United States Arkansas State Quarter
Published: 2013/04/19
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Arkansas Rivers and Native Americans
Arkansas Rivers and Native Americans
Published: 2016/05/21
Channel: Laurie Nick
Driving across the border from Louisiana into Arkansas - on a very small road
Driving across the border from Louisiana into Arkansas - on a very small road
Published: 2015/07/20
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All About/Better Qualified/Arkansas/Better Qualified Improves Your Credit History
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Published: 2017/01/21
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SHATTERED BY OIL: Exxon Arkansas Spill and the People Left Behind (Part 2)
SHATTERED BY OIL: Exxon Arkansas Spill and the People Left Behind (Part 2)
Published: 2013/11/26
Channel: InsideClimate News
Arkansas Supreme Court Moves Against LGBT Rights
Arkansas Supreme Court Moves Against LGBT Rights
Published: 2017/02/23
Channel: Wochit Politics
Arkansas Duck Hunting - Riveredge
Arkansas Duck Hunting - Riveredge
Published: 2012/02/01
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Moses Uvere: Arkansas and B.O.B
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Published: 2012/05/28
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Judge In Arkansas Broadens That States Gay Rights
Judge In Arkansas Broadens That States Gay Rights
Published: 2015/11/24
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Territory of Arkansas
Organized incorporated territory of the United States

1819–1836
 

Flag of Arkansas

Flag of the United States

Location of Arkansas
Capital Arkansas Post (1819–21)
Little Rock (1821–36)
Government Organized incorporated territory
Governor
 •  1819–1824 James Miller
 •  1825–1828 George Izard
 •  1829–1835 John Pope
 •  1835–1836 William Savin Fulton
History
 •  Established March 2, 1819
 •  Statehood June 15, 1836
History of Arkansas
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The Territory of Arkansas, initially organized as the Territory of Arkansaw,[1] was an organized incorporated territory of the United States that existed from March 2, 1819 until June 15, 1836, when the final extent of the territory was admitted to the Union as the State of Arkansas.[2]

History[edit]

Arkansaw Territory (later Arkansas Territory) was created from the portion of the Missouri Territory lying south of a point on the Mississippi River at 36 degrees north latitude running west to the St. Francis River, then followed the river to 36 degrees 30 minutes north latitude, then west to the territorial boundary. This included all of the present state of Oklahoma south of the parallel 36°30' north. The westernmost portion of the territory was removed on November 15, 1824, a second westernmost portion was removed on May 6, 1828, reducing the territory to the extent of the present state of Arkansas.

Originally the western border of Missouri was intended to go due south to the Red River. During negotiations with the Choctaw in 1820, however, Andrew Jackson unknowingly ceded more of Arkansas territory. Then in 1824, after further negotiations, the Choctaw agreed to move farther west, but only by "100 paces" of the garrison on Belle Point. This resulted in the bend in the common border at Fort Smith, Arkansas.[3]

Until Oklahoma received statehood, Fort Smith served as the ostensible legal authority overseeing the Oklahoma Territory. The Army oversaw issues dealing with the Indian Nations.

Arkansas Post was the first territorial capital (1819–1821) and Little Rock was the second (1821–1836).[4]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The name Arkansas has been pronounced and spelled in a variety of fashions. The region was organized as the Territory of Arkansaw on March 2, 1819, but the final entent of the territory was admitted to the Union as the State of Arkansas on June 15, 1836. The name was historically pronounced /ˈɑːrkənsɔː/, /ɑːrˈkænzəs/, and several other variants. In 1881, the Arkansas General Assembly passed the following concurrent resolution (Arkansas Statutes, Title 1, Chapter 4, Section 105):

    Whereas, confusion of practice has arisen in the pronunciation of the name of our state and it is deemed important that the true pronunciation should be determined for use in oral official proceedings.

    And, whereas, the matter has been thoroughly investigated by the State Historical Society and the Eclectic Society of Little Rock, which have agreed upon the correct pronunciation as derived from history, and the early usage of the American immigrants.

    Be it therefore resolved by both houses of the General Assembly, that the only true pronunciation of the name of the state, in the opinion of this body, is that received by the French from the native Indians and committed to writing in the French word representing the sound. It should be pronounced in three (3) syllables, with the final "s" silent, the "a" in each syllable with the Italian sound, and the accent on the first and last syllables. The pronunciation with the accent on the second syllable with the sound of "a" in "man" and the sounding of the terminal "s" is an innovation to be discouraged.

    Citizens of the State of Kansas often pronounce the Arkansas River as /ɑːrˈkænzəs ˈrɪvər/ in a manner similar to the common pronunciation of the name of their state.

  2. ^ "Arkansas". World Statesmen. Retrieved 20 July 2015. 
  3. ^ Stein, Mark (2008). How the States got their Shapes. HarperCollins. pp. 31–32. ISBN 978-0-06-143138-8. 
  4. ^ Lewis, Jerry Dale (2005). My Neck of the Woods: The Lewis Families of Southeastern North Carolina and Northeastern South Carolina. Genealogical Publishing Com. ISBN 9780806352664. 

References[edit]

  • "Act of March 2, 1819, ch. 49". Statutes at Large. Acts of the Fifteenth Congress of the United States, 2nd Session. pg. 493–496. From Library of Congress, A Century of Lawmaking for a New Nation: U.S. Congressional Documents and Debates, 1774–1875. (accessed 2007-06-16). This act of Congress established the territory of "Arkansaw".
  • "Act of April 21, 1820, ch. 48". Statutes at Large. Acts of the Sixteenth Congress of the United States, 1st Session. pg. 565. From Library of Congress, A Century of Lawmaking for a New Nation: U.S. Congressional Documents and Debates, 1774–1875. (accessed 2007-06-16). This act of Congress modifies the act of March 2, 1819, and refers to the territory of "Arkansas". Thereafter, federal statutes describe it as the territory of Arkansas, although journals of both the House and Senate both continue to occasionally use "Arkansaw".

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