3 edition of Bridge across St. Francis River, Clay County, Ark. found in the catalog.
Bridge across St. Francis River, Clay County, Ark.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce
|Other titles||Bridge across St. Francis River in Clay County, Arkansas|
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Source - Annual Report of Secretary of War - Ap — An Act To authorize the construction of a bridge across Saint Francis River, in the State of Arkansas.. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of Americain Congress assembled, That the Saint Francis Bridge and Plank Road Company of Paragould, Arkansas, incorporated under the . Lake City is located in eastern Craighead County near the St. Francis River, in the northeast corner of the with Jonesboro (Craighead County) in the western side of the county, Lake City acts as one of two county seats, serving the Eastern District of Craighead County.. Louisiana Purchase through Early Statehood Nineteenth-century records indicate that a settlement was established.
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St. Francis River Seamboats - I was also present at Gainesville, the county-site of said county, and saw many poll-books come in from several townships in the county —think about ten townships —and saw several taken into the clerk's office and The general assembly passed an act closing Cache river to navigation in Clay county, Arkansas. Lost Ferry across White River on Arkansas Rt 1 No longer exists. St Francis River Bridge (Poinsett County, St. Francis River Bridge (Clay County, Arkansas) Built ; Replaced Lost Pony truss bridge over St. Francis River on AR 1 & Mo BB Replaced by new bridge. St. Louis Southwestern Railway Bridge (Dallas County.
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Lake City Bridge (Craighead County, Arkansas) Built by the Vincennes Bridge Co. of Vincennes, Indiana. Replaced by a four-lane bridge in Abandoned vertical-lift bridge over St. Francis River on AR 18 at Lake City. Lost Pratt through truss bridge over St. Francis River on US Route 62 Location St.
Francis, Dunklin County, Missouri, and Clay County, Arkansas Status Replaced by a new bridge Design pin-connected 8-panel pratt through truss - with one-lane wooden deck and concrete piers Dimensions Length of largest span: ft.
Approximate latitude, longitude. SIGNIFICANCE: The bridge over Clay County St. Francis River on U.S. 70, constructed by the Wisconsin Bridge and Iron Company, was part of a s highway and development project. Comparable with the Black River Bridge at Pocahontas (HAER NO.
AR-8) the St. Francis River Bridge differs in its historical context and in its structural details. FRANCIS RIVER BRIDGE (LAKE CITY BRIDGE) HAER NO. AR PAGE 3 for Sunk Lands, Arkansas, at the site of what had been Old Town; the name of Lake City, formally used afterwas derived from the city's location on a particularly wide portion of the St.
Francis River. “The St. Francis River was not navigable in its natural state, having numerous snags and rafts,” Jodi Morris writes for the Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture. “InW. Bowling Buion surveyed the river under the auspices of the federal government with an eye toward improving navigation, but nothing came of it.
() North Ditch Terre Noir Bridge (North Boat Ditch Bridge) Clay County () Big Slough Bridge (Holly Island Bend vicinity) () St. Francis River Bridge (Rector vicinity) () St. Francis River Bridge (Brown's Ferry vicinity) Cleburne County () Missouri and Arkansas Railway Bridge (Old Highway 16 Bridge).
Ouachita River Bridge (Original Arkadelphia Bridge) Clay County () Big Slough Bridge (Holly Island Bend vicinity) () Black River Bridge (Corning vicinity) () St. Francis River Bridge (Rector vicinity) () St.
Francis River Bridge (Hubbard vicinity) () St. Francis River Bridge (Brown's Ferry vicinity) Cleburne County. Hwy. C-N Bridge at Jewett. High bank but can be used as an access. Francis River II Mile by Mile Description. Hwy. C-N Bridge at Jewett. High bank but can be used as an access.
Leatherwood Creek on right. Shelron Ford at junction of county roads and Reed Bend Ford. Cannot drive to river here. The St. Francis River is a tributary of the Mississippi River, about miles ( km) long, in southeastern Missouri and northeastern Arkansas in the United States.
The river drains a mostly rural area and forms part of the Missouri-Arkansas state line along the western side of the Missouri Bootheel.
Madison History of s County:In the early 's, the stage of influence and activity belonged to the bustling river town of Madison, instead of Forrest City. The principal means of transportation in the early history of s County was the s River on whose west bank the town of Madison nestled.
Real Estate Tax Book,St. Francis Co., Arkansas Kathleen Bell. alphabetical listing of persons found in the tax books for the listed periods. This work serves as a good replacement for the lost Federal Census.-Item.
Photo, Print, Drawing St. Francis River Bridge, Spanning St. Francis River at State High Lake City, Craighead County, AR. Enlarge Its location is important because it allows passage from the eastern third of Craighead County across the swampy Sunken Lands to the rest of the country.
The St. Francisville Bridge carries Missouri Supplemental Route B, and Iowa Route over the Des Moines River, between Clark County, Missouri, and Lee County, Iowa. A three-span, rigid-connected Warren through truss cantilevered over the river, the imposing crossing is supported by a concrete substructure with subtle Art Moderne detailing.
AR42 St Francis Bay Bridge (Old) (Cross County, Arkansas) Moved and reerected here inReplaced Pratt through truss bridge over St. Francis Bay Ditch on AR Chalk Bluff in Clay County, where Crowley’s Ridge is cut by the St.
Francis River, was an important transit point during the Civil War between northeast Arkansas and the Missouri was the site of the last engagement of Major General John Sappington Marmaduke’s fighting withdrawal from his second Missouri raid, April 17–May 2,as the Confederate forces held off an.
The city of St. Francis in northeastern Arkansas was a prosperous community relying on the timber industry in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Since that time, it has remained a quiet community adjacent to the Missouri bootheel. North of St. Francis lies Chalk Bluff, the name of the white clay outcroppings that constitute the northern face of Crowley’s Ridge.
Try the new Google Books. eBook - FREE. Get this book in print. AbeBooks; On Demand Books; Amazon; Find in a library; All sellers» Serial set (no) 0 Reviews. Preview this book. The St. Francis River Bridge was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on April 9, The Scott Bond family plot is located in Madison on Highway 70 west.
The plot includes two structures in a low, concrete border, and a memorial marker listing the names of the family members interred there. Francis River: | | | Saint Francis River | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most.
Sep 5, - Lake City, Arkansas (Craighead County) Bridge across St. Francis River. The Union invasion of Arkansas began on July 19 when a reconnaissance force of fifty Missouri horsemen swam the St. Francis River at Chalk Bluff. The Yankee cavalrymen captured a pair of Rebels and occupied the high ground at Chalk Bluff as Col.
Lewis Merrill’s First Brigade of Davidson’s First Cavalry Division laid a pontoon bridge for the. A new bridge that will connect Clay and St.
Johns counties as part of the First Coast Expressway project will start ina year sooner than expected, according to. Forced to retreat before superior Union forces, the Confederates on May fought a successful delaying action here while their army crossed the swollen St.
Francis River on a makeshift floating bridge. Erected by Arkansas History Commission - Clay County Centennial Year. Topics.
This historical marker is listed in this topic list: War.