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Annotated 1860 census Ouachita County, Arkansas, transcribed, annotated by Bobbie Jones McLane. PUBLISHED: Hot Springs, AR : Arkansas Ancestors, 1987. 130 pages.

Arkansas Confederate Pension Applications from Calhoun, Dallas, Ouachita, and Union Counties, an index of the Confederate veterans who applied for pensions from Ouachita County is included. See Arkansas Research.

Arkansas Land Patents: Ouachita County, collection of Land Patents granted from earliest times through mid 1908. Arkansas was a public domain state. The information contained is based on current day county boundaries. See Arkansas Research.

Benton Funeral Home records (includes much of Ouachita, Calhoun and Dallas counties) on CD by Catherine Bradford Contact Carolyn Cox

Early Ouachita County, Arkansas tax records, 1846-1850, by Yvonne
Spence Perkins. PUBLISHED: [Camden, Ark.] (Rte. 2, Box 629, Camden 71701) : Y.S. Perkins, [1989?] DESCRIPTION:202 pages with illustrations.

Early Ouachita County, Arkansas tax records, 1851-1857, by Yvonne
Spence Perkins. PUBLISHED: [Lubbock, Tex.] (2107 54th St., Lubbock) : Y.S. Perkins, c1991. 336 [pages with maps.

1850 Census of Ouachita County, Arkansas, indexed. S-K Publications, Wichita, KS

1850 Census of Southern Arkansas: Ashley, Bradley, Clark, Dallas, Drew,Hempstead,Lafayette, Ouachita, Pike, Polk, Sevier, and Union Counties ISBN 1-56546-066-9 182 pages, softbound. See Arkansas Research.

The Garden of Memory, compiled by Mrs. M. A. Elliott, Historian. Published in 1976 by the Hurley Company, Camden, AR.

Historical Ouachita County, A Photographic Collection, by Larry A. Morrison/Bruce W. Eppinette. A collection of historical photographs of Ouachita County. Photographs include community life, transportation, people and business and industry of the county from it's early history. Published by Southern Arkansas University Tech, East Camden, Arkansas.

Ouachita County, Arkansas, cemetery records. PUBLISHED: Ouachita County Extension Homemakers Council, 1981. 266 pages. Indexed.

The Ouachita County Historical Quarterly, is published four times a year by the Ouachita County Historical Society, it is free for the members and $5 each for additional copies when available.

Ouachita County Marriage Book includes marriages from 1875-1895 (Books B to I)  Contact Carolyn Cox The book was published by the Ouachita-Calhoun Genealogical Society and all proceeds go to them.

Reflections of Ouachita County, compiled by Bob Moore and Melanie Williams. It is a pictorial history of Ouachita County is a special project undertaken by The Camden News. Pictures depicting all areas of life in the county are included from a photograph of the first permanent home built here in 1829 to present day pictures of schools and businesses. Published by D-Books Publishing, Inc., 117-119 S. Kansas Avenue, Marceline, Missouri 64658.

Researchin' Ouachita-Calhoun Counties, published by the Ouachita-Calhoun County Genealogical Society. It is published twice a year in April and October.

Southwestern Arkansas Death Record Index, 1914-1923: Calhoun, Clark, Columbia, Dallas, Hempstead, Howard, Lafayette, Little River, Miller, Nevada, Ouachita, Pike, Sevier, and Union Counties. ISBN 1-56546-084-7, 72 pages. SeeArkansas Research.

Southwestern Arkansas Death Record Index, 1924-1933: Calhoun, Clark, Columbia, Dallas, Hempstead, Howard, Lafayette, Little River, Miller, Nevada, Ouachita, Pike, Sevier, and Union Counties. ISBN 1-56546-118-5, 92 pages. See Arkansas Research.

Southwestern Arkansas Death Record Index, 1934-1940: Calhoun, Clark, Columbia, Dallas, Hempstead, Howard, Lafayette, Little River, Miller, Nevada, Ouachita, Pike, Sevier, and Union Counties. ISBN 1-56546-092-8, 61 pages. See Arkansas Research.

Steele's Retreat From Camden and The Battle of Jenkins Ferry, by Edwin C. Bearss. Published by Eagle Press of Little Rock, 12002 Pleasant Forest, Little Rock, AR 72212.

 

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