Old Slavery Times – Bill Arp, 10/29/1885
Old Slavery Times – Bill Arp, 10/29/1885 “Papa, please tells us a story. Tell us something about runaway niggers.” I […]
What He Sees in the Tar Heel State – Bill Arp, 11/13/1886
What He Sees in the Tar Heel State – Bill Arp, 11/7/1886 Every town of consequence has got something to […]
A Visit to Hickory, Salem, and Winston, North Carolina – Bill Arp, 10/31/1886
A Visit to Hickory, Salem, and Winston, North Carolina– Bill Arp, 10/31/1886 (The paper this article was transcribed from had […]
A System of Family Reform – Bill Arp, 8/1/1886
A System of Family Reform – Bill Arp, 8/1/1886 Nature Versus Art, The Trouble with Children Nature can beat art […]
Advice to Farmers, Instructions on Growing and the Value of the Pea Vine Crop, Thoughts on the Prohibition Question – Bill Arp, 1886
Advice to Farmers, Instructions on Growing and the Value of thePea Vine Crop, Thoughts on the Prohibition Question – Bill […]
Recent Weather, Mrs. Arp, the Children, the Dog, and Other Comments – Bill Arp, 7/11/1886
Recent Weather, Mrs. Arp, the Children, the Dog, and Other Comments – Bill Arp, 7/11/1886 It is impossible to be […]
The Inequality of Man & Other Thoughts – Bill Arp, 11/6/1887
The Inequality of Man & Other Thoughts – Bill Arp, 11/6/1887 Was ruminating about the Chicago Anarchists. I am sorry […]
Wealth and Children, Comments on a Sermon – Bill Arp, 1884
Wealth and Children, Comments on a Sermon – Bill Arp, 1884 Dr. Haygood preached a sermon at our town not […]
Remembering his father as post-master and other mail related experiences – Bill Arp, 1884
Remembering His Father as Post-Master and Other Mail Related Experiences – Bill Arp, 1884 Two cents-only 2 cents. When I […]
Thoughts on the International Cotton Exposition – Bill Arp, 1881
“All hail to the chief.” We used to sing that song to Henry Clay and John C. Calhoun in the […]
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