Thoughts on Reunions & Recollections of the War – Bill Arp, 8/27/1891
Thoughts on Reunions, War Pensions & Recollections of the War – Bill Arp, 8/27/1891 It was good to be there. […]
Thoughts on the Rich and the Poor – Bill Arp, (8/21/1891)
Thoughts on the Rich and the Poor – Bill Arp, (8/21/1891) “Qin fit Macenas” is nearly all the Latin I […]
Interesting Stories as Told by Col. Mark Hardin on a Train, 8/6/1891
Interesting Stories as Told by Col. Mark Hardin on a Train – Bill Arp, 8/6/1891 As iron sharpeneth iron, so […]
Mrs. Arp Hosts a Candy Party for the Children & Chaos Ensue – Bill Arp, 6/4/1891
Mrs. Arp Hosts a Candy Party for the Children & Chaos Ensue – Bill Arp, 6/4/1891 “What’s all this rumpus […]
Southern Books Should be Used in Southern Schools – Bill Arp, 5/28/1891
Southern Books Should be Used in Southern Schools – Bill Arp, 5/28/1891 Since writing a late letter on Southern school […]
Thoughts on the origin of “First in war, first in peace” & other matters – Bill Arp, 8/16/1890
Thoughts on the origin of “First in war, first in peace” & other matters – Bill Arp, 8/16/1890 Let us […]
A Recent Rough Storm – Bill Arp, 6/12/1890
A Recent Rough Storm – Bill Arp, 6/12/1890 I thought it was Sherman. No, I didn’t either, but somehow it […]
Impressions of Mobile and Brewton, Alabama, Aswell as Some Comments on the Negro – Bill Arp, 1/10/1889
Impressions of Mobile and Brewton, Alabama, Aswell as Some Comments on the Negro – Bill Arp, 1/10/1889 Forty-two years ago […]
The Importance of Trees – Bill Arp, 12/20/1888
The Importance of Trees – Bill Arp, 12/20/1888 On the third day of creation God made the trees. Out of […]
The Joys & Particulars of Country Life – Bill Arp, 12/9/1888
The Joys & Particulars of Country Life – Bill Arp, 12/9/1888 The black gum leaves are turning red, The sycamores […]
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