Crossroads, p. vi

Non-profit organizations are encouraged to develop educational programs on Arkansas Indian heritage in connection with the use of exhibits, audiovisual materials, and this book. Grants from the Arkansas Humanities Council are available for lecture series, reading and discussion groups, special classroom activities, museum exhibits, and other humanities programs. For further information, or to arrange to borrow materials, contact the Arkansas Humanities Resource Center, 10816 Executive Center Drive, Suite 310, Little Rock, Arkansas 72211; telephone (501) 221-0093.

 

Crossroads of the Past: 12,000 Years of Indian Life in Arkansas was first published by the Arkansas Humanities Council. The council is very grateful to the Arkansas Archeological Survey for offering to reprint Crossroads and to include it in the Survey's Popular Series.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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