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Ouachita Springs region

a curiosity of nature

by Janis Kent Percefull

  • 53 Want to read
  • 36 Currently reading

Published by Ouachita Springs Region Historical Research Center in Hot Springs, Ark .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Health resorts -- Arkansas -- Hot Springs -- History,
  • Public health -- United States -- History,
  • Hot Springs (Ark.) -- History

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJanis Kent Percefull.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF419.H8 P47 2007
    The Physical Object
    Pagination198 p. :
    Number of Pages198
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16692370M
    ISBN 100615137385
    ISBN 109780615137384
    LC Control Number2006940227
    OCLC/WorldCa214051360

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Ouachita Springs region by Janis Kent Percefull Download PDF EPUB FB2

Janis Kent Percefull has handed the present generation a powerful lesson in "Ouachita Springs Region: A Curiosity of Nature." It is a most honest and, therefore, refreshing account of how Hot Springs became the nation's health resort with the perceived influence of the federal government -- a perception fed in no small part by the advertising 5/5(2).

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The Ouachita Mountains (/ ˈ w ɒ ʃ ɪ t ɔː /), simply referred to as the Ouachitas, are a mountain range in western Arkansas and southeastern are formed by a thick succession of highly deformed Paleozoic strata constituting the Ouachita Fold and Thrust Belt, one of the important orogenic belts of North America.

The Ouachitas continue in the subsurface to the northeast where Parent range: U.S. Interior Highlands. Arkansas’s largest lake, Lake Ouachita off acres of clear, clean water surrounded by the scenic Ouachita National Forest.

Swimming, skiing, scuba diving, boating, kayaking, and fishing are enjoyed here. Bream, crappie, catfish, striped bass, and largemouth bass can be caught in open waters or quiet coves.

Choose from a wide variety of day-use areas and overnight accommodations. Location: Mountain Pine, AR Ouachita Orogenic Complex, Central Texas. Geophysical Measurments and Basement Offset (pp. ) AND The Use of High Altitude Color Infrared Imagery in Structural Mapping of the Monument Spring Area, West - Central Marathon Uplift, Brewster County, Texas (Abstract, p.

) (FROM: Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies Transactions, Vol. 32, ). by Clark, H. C.; Walter D. Ouachita Area Council Scoutbook Activity Logs are now in Internet Advancement.

When you click on a Scout and their activity log, you will be redirected to Internet Advancement. In northwest Arkansas, a simple road sign reads "Scenic 7." The two-lane byway is scenic, indeed, as it crosses the winding Buffalo National River, ascends the Ozark Mountains, and continues south through the Ouachita Mountains (pronounced WASH-i-tah) to Hot Springs.

The Ouachitas might not have the same high profile as the Smokey Mountains or the Rocky Mountains—the highest peak, Mt. Welcome to the the area of the Hot Springs Arkansas Resource Guide dedicated to resources in Hot Spring County. Click on the button that names the area in which you need help or assistance.

(You may need to scroll down to find what you are seeking.) The resource guide is a product of the Ouachita Area Youth Council and United Way of the Ouachitas. Ouachita Region Things to DoHot Springs Village, a charming resort community in west Central Arkansas, spans o acres.

The Village is located just 20 minutes from historic Hot Springs, the vacation capital of Arkansas, and 45 minutes from Little Rock, the capital city. Get your FREE Escape to the Ouachitas Magazine – packed full [ ]. Panel title. Segments of map separately titled: Ouachita National Forest (east half): Caddo, Cold Springs, Fourche, Jessieville, Oden, Winona and Womble ranger districts -- Ouachita National Forest (west half): Choctaw, Kiamichi, Mena, Poteau, and Tiak ranger districts.

At head of segment titles: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. "From USFS primary base series and USGS. The spectacular Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas and Oklahoma are the tallest mountains between the Appalachians and the Rockies.

They rise near Hot Springs, Arkansas and stretch far across the border into eastern Oklahoma. A beautiful and mysterious region, the Ouachitas are rich in history and scenic wonders.

The eastern part of the mountains. Ouachita Mountains Ecoregional Assessment 12/ Within ecoregions, portfolio conservation areas are designed to conserve biodiversity by managing viable native community, zoology and botany targets identified during the planning process.

Located in the Southwest part of the state, the Diamond Lakes region represents Arkadelphia, Caddo Valley, Glenwood, Hot Springs, Malvern, Mount Ida, Murfreesboro and the communities surrounding these key cities.

The region is named for the five lakes found here: Lake Catherine, DeGray Lake, Lake Greeson, Lake Hamilton and Lake Ouachita. Regular Hours. Monday to Thursday: 8am to pm. Friday: 8am to 4pm Hours starting March 23rd, Monday to Friday: 9am to 2pm. Ouachita Avenue Suite B Hot Springs, AR Donna Meeks () ; @ Ouachita Children, Youth & Family Services - Children's Center Breaking the cycles of a social and negative behavior as well as those of abuse and neglect for Arkansas youth, one child at a time.

Ouachita County, the forty-fifth county in Arkansas, was created in from land taken from the northwest parts of Union County. It was named after the Ouachita River on which the county seat of Camden, incorporated insits on a bluff at a horseshoe curve of the river.

Ouachita is the French spelling of a Native American word that is pronounced “Washita” and supposedly denoted good.

Scale ca.Folded title: Ouachita National Forest. Relief shown by hachures. "Traced from administrative base map in Regional Office, Atlanta, Ga. Oct.,by Helen D. O'Neill." Text, ill., and location map on verso. Available also through the Library. Hot Springs, Arkansas, Usa 5 contributions 1 helpful vote camping weekend it is a beautiful place to spend a weekend camping,it is pet friendly,alot of hiking trails,the lake is very beautiful and it is very peaceful at night when you can sit by your fire pit5/5().

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You'll have the opportunity to explore The Natural State in one of our beautiful state parks, whether you stay in one of our lodges, cabins, campgrounds, or a YURT. Ouachita Region Christian Aquatics, Inc. is an Arkansas Non-Profit Corporation filed on Aug The company's filing status is listed as Good Standing and its File Number is The Registered Agent on file for this company is Jim Norman and is located at Cessna, Hot Springs, AR Founded: Lake Ouachita is known as the Striped Bass Capital of the World.

Lake Ouachita has many unusual features. One feature by the Corps of Engineers is the Geo-Float Trail, a marked trail which can be followed with a brochure which details prominent geologic features along the Ouachita also features one of the largest crystal veins /5(18).Ouachita Children's Center, Inc., Hot Springs, Arkansas.

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