NED CHRISTIE, THE CREATION OF AN OUTLAW AND CHEROKEE HERO By Devon A. Mihesuah
This is a long awaited, newly published (2018) book about local legend, Ned Christie. Much has been written about him, but the author has done extensive research and presents some new material. The late, Roy Hamilton, Cherokee historian and Christie family member, contributed information to the book, and endorsed the authors research. More info and purchase here.
By Denele Campbell
Here is another recently published book(2017) of interest to historians and researchers. Denele Campbell is a resident of Washington County, AR, author and historian. She has done extensive research on the subject of these murders and violent incidents during the years of 1838-1898. More info and purchase here.
Presented by Talbot Library & Museum, and Goingsnake District Heritage Association
We are presenting a booklet, originally prepared in 2004 , to support information and funding by the then active Beck-Hildebrand Mill Museum Association for the purpose of restoring the Mill. The original Mill was built circa 1840’s, then destroyed by a flood in 1892. The replacement structure was completed in 1907 and referred to as the Beck Mill after its builder, Aaron Head Beck. The Beck Mill operated until 1967. Research was done on the importance of the Mill during the Civil War for this publication. More info and purchase here.