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The Magnolia Banner-News…My Favorite Paper

Most archeologists have had troubles with the media from time to time–once a project I was involved with got the headline “Founding Fathers Ate Possum off Fine China.” However, so far I’ve had great results from the Magnolia Banner-News–more specifically Banner-News reporter Jen Brady. Ms. Brady did a great and detailed article on Frank Schambach’s […]

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Virtual Dellinger…

You may recall that in an April post I reported that the Old State House Museum opened an exhibit entitled “Sam Dellinger: Raiders of the Lost Arkansas.” Dellinger, for those of you who do not know, was the “father” of the University of Arkansas Museum and responsible (with both good and bad connotations to the […]

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Raiders of the Lost Arkansas…

If you happen to be traveling to Little Rock, Arkansas anytime soon you might stop by the Old State House Museum and take in a new exhibit (opening today) entitled “Sam Dellinger: Raiders of the Lost Arkansas.” Despite the “over the top” title and similar poster (click on the image for a closer look), this […]

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