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"I pledge allegiance

  • In 1954, in response to the Communist threat of the times, President Eisenhower encouraged Congress to add the words "under God," creating the 31-word pledge we say today. Bellamy's daughter objected to this alteration. Today it reads:
    "I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."
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    This site is a Mississippi Co AR-Genealogy-Group site Project which is a volunteer genealogical organization dedicated to the free access of genealogical information. NOTE: If you run across a site thats charges a fee to view these pages, please let me know

    Mississippi Co AR-Genealogy-Group site Project


    These pages are a collection of genealogical information to help you research families in Mississippi County, MArkansas Included you will find historical information, county resources, queries and much much more. Many volunteers have contributed information to these pages. Their names will appear on the pages and information they have provided.
    These pictures may not be copied or used in any publication or for any other purpose without the contributor's written consent.
    This is a free site. There is not a charge to view these pages.

    Arkansas Facts
    • Capital: Little Rock
    • Largest City: Little Rock
    • State Nickname : The Natural State
    • State Motto: "Regnat populus" - The people rule
    • State Songs: "Arkansas", & "Oh Arkansas"
    • State Tree: Southern Pine
    • State Flower: Apple Blossom
    • State Bird: Mockingbird
    • Area: Ouachita River; 55 feet, (17 m) above sea level
    • Highest Point: Magazine Mountain - 2,753 feet (839 m)
    • Lowest Point: 230 ft along the Saint Francis River
    • Presidential Birthplace : William Jefferson Clinton: was born in Hope on August 19, 1946 (he was the 42nd US President, serving from 1993 to 2001).

    The Great Seal
    of Missouri


    (Hi There U-all) Please send me your information about Mississippi Co AR [ Photo`s, Cemeteries, Obituarys, Family Group Sheets, Surnames, Kin & "ect" ] to post to this site Please have A Safe Day & Thanks for Viewing This Site ! ! ! ! D.E.Wright

    NOTE: The poster page will show your (Poster #) if you have sent items to be posted to this site
    (Photos, Monument Photos, Surnames.Family Group Sheets, & "etc")

    We are in the process of moving this site to a new domain server, and hope you will be patient with us.
    Suggestions for categories are welcomed
    Contributions are always welcomed! The only restrictions are no Gedcoms, please. Photos in .gif or .jpg format
    Please report any broken links E-Mail Me

  • Mississippi County, AR   AR-Genealogy-Group site Project (former site )
    Mississippi Co AR Links


    "Personal Home Pages/Sites".
    1. Pris Weathers   Arkansas Ties   (very good off site web page)
    2. Don Wright  Don`s Home Page  (off site)
    3. Robin Pollard   (A Dedication to Pauline Pettigrew Pollard    (off site)
    4. Larry Feldhaus   Williams Family web site  (off site)
    5. Soon
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    Google!
    for searching the web not the county site

    Mississippi Co Mailing List & Message Board
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    Off Site General Research Resources".

    Our Neighboring counties





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