Higden a Place in the Heart

Higden       a Place in the Heart

This is a first-person account of growing up in rural, Central Arkansas during the 1950's, in an area that is now covered by Greer's Ferry Lake.

Author: Karen Potter Murphy

Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub

ISBN: 148232010X

Category: Education

Page: 164

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This is a first-person account of growing up in rural, Central Arkansas during the 1950's, in an area that is now covered by Greer's Ferry Lake. The book gives a brief historical account of some of the pioneer families who migrated to the area in the mid- to late 1800's to homestead farms, when the entire area was completely untamed land and forests. The reader will meet some of the succeeding families who further carved out communities, through timber industry and family farms both on the hills and also in the river bottom land along the Little Red River. The author vividly describes the lifestyle and daily activities of those families -- everything from the work, to the school and church, as well as the play and fun. It's amazing to see such a close-knit community, even without telephones or internet. There was a very high level of community spirit and personal care for one another. It's also interesting to see that almost everything was recycled; there was no plastic used and very few machines. The reader will also get a glimpse of some of the emotional trauma that was experienced by some of the residents who were forced to relocate because of the construction of the dam and resulting lake. Overall, this book is both informative and entertaining as the author describes the people and activities in a bygone time and place.
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A Letter to The Reverend William Higden

A Letter to The Reverend William Higden

But above all , an Honest and sincere Heart , for ther wants not much
Understanding in these Matters , Unless it be to Perplex and Puzzle the Cause .
And he that Şeeks ' will Find , in a Bad Sense , as well as iu a " Good . Balaani
had a Mind to ...

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ISBN: KBNL:KBNL03000112405

Category: Constitutional history

Page: 124

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Categories: Constitutional history

The Lady s Book

The Lady s Book

Miss Jose- spot where the mysterious female was seated . phine Wonderly has
pined away to a skeleton By this time ... She is , indeed ; and it is an object
nearest Higden , and to point him out by various allu- my heart to provide a
remedy .

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ISBN: UCSD:31822042774828

Category: Costume

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Godey s Magazine

Godey s Magazine

Miss Jose- spot where the mysterious female was seated . phine Wonderly has
pined away to a skeleton By this time , the summons to the ... Not pined away to a
skeleton , ' said the the singular consultation between Higden , HorVeiled Lady .
tensia and the Veiled Lady ... having been requested heart is not more hideous
than your counte- by a party concerned to become an arbitress in nance , let the ...

Author: Louis Antoine Godey

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ISBN: PSU:000020201982

Category: American literature

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Includes music.
Categories: American literature

Shaping the Archive in Late Medieval England

Shaping the Archive in Late Medieval England

2 Hugh of Saint Victor's Ark of Memory In the Polychronicon, Ranulf Higden
indicates his familiarity with Hugh of Saint ... even as it is squeezed into the no-
place that is the human heart.21 Despite this architectural flexibility, the
devotional ...

Author: Sarah Elliott Novacich

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781107177055

Category: History

Page: 214

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Sarah Elliott Novacich explores the ways in which the plots of sacred history were preserved and repurposed in Medieval English literature.
Categories: History

The Universal Chronicle of Ranulf Higden

The  Universal Chronicle  of Ranulf Higden

Whatever the relationship of these maps , Higden ' s attempt at cartography was
entirely traditional . ... This development appears to have taken place mainly in
lay society , for ecclesiastics , who were for the most part uninterested in exact
geography ... he regarded man as composed of four elements , earth in his body
and bones , water in his blood and humours , air in his lungs , and fire in his heart
.

Author: Ranulf Higden

Publisher: Oxford : Clarendon P

ISBN: UOM:39015009373922

Category: Civilization, Medieval

Page: 198

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Categories: Civilization, Medieval

The Canadian Magazine of Politics Science Art Literature

The Canadian Magazine of Politics  Science  Art   Literature

I had , however , failed to can atfirm with my hand on my heart find him , and was
now waiting for that we were in general ... I had been married life , therefore , had
been diverdue that day at Higden , a small place sified by those occasional little ...

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ISBN: SRLF:A0013460480

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The Canadian Magazine of Politics Science Art and Literature

The Canadian Magazine of Politics  Science  Art and Literature

I had , however , failed to can affirm with hand on my heart find him , and was
now waiting for that we were in general a most ... I had been married life ,
therefore , had been diverdue that day at Higden , a small place sified by those
occasional ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105118208144

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The Canadian Magazine of Politics Science Art and Literature

The Canadian Magazine of Politics  Science  Art  and Literature

I had , however , failed to can atfirm with my hand on my heart find him , and was
now waiting for that we were in general ... I had been married life , therefore , had
been diverdue that day at Higden , a small place sified by those occasional little ...

Author: J. Gordon Mowat

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ISBN: WISC:89011458247

Category: Canada

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Canadian

Canadian

I had , however , failed to can affirm with my hand on my heart find him , and was
now waiting for that we were in general ... I had been married life , therefore , had
been diverdue that day at Higden , a small place sified by those occasional little ...

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ISBN: NYPL:33433081673133

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The Canadian Magazine

The Canadian Magazine

I had , however , failed to can affirm with my hand on my heart find him , and was
now waiting for that we were in general ... I had been married life , therefore , had
been diverdue that day at Higden , a small place sified by those occasional little ...

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ISBN: UCAL:B3047138

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Dickens Our mutual friend

Dickens  Our mutual friend

319 this brave old heroine , and he presently repaired to Mrs. Boffin and
recommended her to let Betty Higden have her way , at all events for the time . “ It
would be far more satisfactory to your kind heart , I know , " he said , “ to provide
for her , but it may be a duty to respect this ... my work , clean and busy and fresh ,
in a country market - place , I shall turn a sixpence as sure as ever a farmer's wife
there .

Author: Charles Dickens

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ISBN: CHI:34905712

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The Complete Works of Charles Dickens Our mutual friend

The Complete Works of Charles Dickens  Our mutual friend

319 this brave old heroine , and he presently repaired to Mrs . Boffin and
recommended her to let Betty Higden have her way , at all events for the time . “ It
would be far more satisfactory to your kind heart , I know , ” he said , “ to provide
for her , but it may be a duty to respect ... my work , clean and busy and fresh , in a
country market - place , I shall turn a sixpence as sure as ever a farmer ' s wife
there .

Author: Charles Dickens

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ISBN: NYPL:33433076093040

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Works

Works

—But there's Mrs Higden , ” said Sloppy , checking himself in his raptures ,
drawing back , and shaking his head with very serious ... It was creditable to his
tenderness of heart , but suggested that he might on occasion give some offence
to the ...

Author: Charles Dickens

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ISBN: HARVARD:HN3HPY

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The Works of Charles Dickens with Introductions General Essay and Notes by Andrew Lang Our mutual friend

The Works of Charles Dickens   with Introductions  General Essay  and Notes by Andrew Lang  Our mutual friend

But there's Mrs. Higden , ” said Sloppy , checking himself in his raptures , drawing
back , and shaking his head with very serious ... It was creditable to his
tenderness of heart , but suggested that he might on occasion give some offence
to the ...

Author: Charles Dickens

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ISBN: UCSD:31822001044940

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Our Mutual Friend Vol I

Our Mutual Friend   Vol  I

But there ' s Mrs Higden , " said Sloppy , checking himself in his raptures ,
drawing back , and shaking his head with very serious ... It was creditable to his
tenderness of heart , but suggested that he might on occasion give some offence
to the ...

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ISBN: ONB:+Z256524602

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Page: 441

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Works of Charles Dickens Our mutual friend

Works of Charles Dickens  Our mutual friend

But there's Mrs Higden , ” said Sloppy , checking himself in his raptures , drawing
back , and shaking his head with very serious ... It was creditable to his
tenderness of heart , but suggested that he might on occasion give some offence
to the ...

Author: Charles Dickens

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ISBN: UIUC:30112042030871

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The Works of Charles Dickens in Thirty four i e Thirty eight Volumes

The Works of Charles Dickens in Thirty four  i e  Thirty eight  Volumes

—But there's Mrs. Higden , ” said Sloppy , checking himself in his raptures ,
drawing back , and shaking his head with very serious ... It was creditable to his
tenderness of heart , but suggested that he might on occasion give some offence
to the ...

Author: Charles Dickens

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ISBN: NYPL:33433076083355

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The Works of Charles Dickens Our mutual friend

The Works of Charles Dickens      Our mutual friend

Oh , mum — But there ' s Mrs . Higden , ” said · Sloppy , checking himself in his
raptures , drawing back , and shaking his head ... It was creditable to his
tenderness of heart , but suggested that he might on occasion give some offence
to the ...

Author: Charles Dickens

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ISBN: UOM:39015002359902

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Our mutual friend

Our mutual friend

But there's Mrs. Higden,” said Sloppy, checking himself in his raptures, drawing
back, and shaking his head with very serious ... It was creditable to his
tenderness of heart, but suggested that he might on occasion give some offence
to the ...

Author: Charles Dickens

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ISBN: PSU:000005309245

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