71st Annual Conference of the Arkansas Historical Association, April 12, 2012 – April 14, 2012
CONTACT:
Arkansas Historical Association
Dept.of History, Old Main 416, U of A
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Ph: 479-575-5884
http://www.arkansashistoricalassociation.org/
dludlow@uark.edu

A Divided Arkansas

GENERAL INFORMATION

The University of Arkansas hosts the 71st Annual Conference of the

Arkansas Historical Association on April 12-14, 2012, in Fayetteville.

Paper sessions will convene in the University of Arkansas Global Campus

at 2 E. Center Street on the downtown square in Fayetteville. Free

parking is available at the Fayetteville Town Center on West Mountain.

Paid Parking is available at the municipal parking deck behind the

University of Arkansas Global Campus.

Luncheons on both days of the conference will be served at the

Fayetteville Town Center on the south side the downtown square at 15

West Mountain Ave.

The program chair is Carl Drexler, station assistant at the Arkansas

Archeological Survey’s SAU Research Station. Jamie Brandon, station

archaeologist at the same office, oversaw local arrangements and served

as chair of the Annual Conference Committee. Jim Rees and Vince

Chadick assisted with local arrangements.

REGISTRATION

Contact for registration:

Arkansas Historical Association

Department of History, Old Main 416

University of Arkansas

Fayetteville, AR 72701

The registration fee is $10.00.

Deadline for registration is March 16.

Name tags may be picked up at the Thursday evening reception or at the

AHA registration table during the conference. If you plan to attend one of

the guided tours, please reserve your spot. Space on the chartered bus

limited to the first 30 on the tour of Pea Ridge. If you can drive yourself,

there are an additional 20 spots on the Pea Ridge tour and 50 on the

tour of Prairie Grove.
This annual conference is funded in part through a grant from the

Arkansas Humanities Council, the National Endowment for the

Humanities and the Department of Arkansas Heritage.

This annual conference is funded in part through a grant from the

Arkansas Humanities Council, the National Endowment for the

Humanities and the Department of Arkansas Heritage.

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