Cinnabar’s discovery in southwest Arkansas came during the Great Depression. As events unfolded and men poured into the area, a 1932 Time magazine story even called it a “quicksilver rush.”
The Clark County Retired Teachers Association recently heard Bob Thompson, Clark County Historical Association president, give details about steamboats that traveled the Ouachita and other South Arkansas rivers in the early 1900s.
The lecture will take place at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2022, at the historic Hollywood Methodist Church, 3142 Highway 26 West.
When stealing a horse meant the death penalty: Local historical association presenting a comedic performance.
By Wendy LedbetterFor the Arkadelphian Some 50 people gathered at the Clark County Historical Association’s November meeting to learn a little about the local cinnabar veins and hear the memories of Jack […]
Daniels is a 96-year-old former miner at several cinnabar mines in the Amity area.