In 1818, long before the state of Arkansas came into existence-when
the land that would become Arkansas was still part of the Missouri
Territory-Pulaski County was created by the Missouri legislature.
It was named in honor of Polish nobleman Count Casimir Pulaski, who
joined the American Revolution in 1777. Featuring over two hundred
images from various sources, including the authorsa personal
collection, Historic Pulaski County covers the communities of
Little Rock, North Little Rock, Levy, and Jacksonville. The authors
provide a fascinating look at military life at Camp Pike and Camp
Robinson. From the 1840s to the 1990s, the countyas past is
illustrated by scnenes of local people, places, and events that
helped shape the last two centuries.
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