The first European settlement in Arkansas was Arkansas Post, established in
1686 .... This application also defined all land in the Missouri Territory south of
the ... Upon returning, the legislatur...
4.4. 508 votes. 1500 South Main St, Little Rock, AR 72202 ... 9501 N Rodney
Parham Rd, Little Rock, AR 72227 .... Cuisines: European, German, International.
The Little Rock dining scene covers everything from foreign favorites to classic
southern cuisine restaurants. Find the best Arkansas restaurants here! ... cuisine,
artisan breads, European-style pastries, and authentic Italian-style coffee.
Jun 4, 2015 ... Little Rock, Arkansas's capital city, is situated on the south bank of the ... of “the
little rock,” was claimed by the Quapaw when Europeans first ...
Bobby's Country Cookin' is a favorite local lunch hangout. For those of you not from the south, it's a great place to sample purple hull peas and some of the best fried okra around. You can get an entree, roll or cornbread and 2 vegetables for $7.50, 3 vegetables for ... More »
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May 28, 2014 ... Arkansas was home to Native Americans long before Europeans arrived. .... the
Mississippi Valley north of the Arkansas River, were forced south in ..... along the
Arkansas River between Little Rock (Pulaski County) and Fort ...
Encyclopedia of Southern Jewish Communities - Little Rock, Arkansas .... Louis
to Eastern European immigrants, William B. Sanders settled in Little Rock after ...
Feb 16, 2010 ... Read the Little Rock, Arkansas discussion from the Chowhound food community.
... is the best restaurant in town, fusion of southern and traditional french. Ya Ya's
Euro Bistro (chenal/west LR) - like the name says european, ...
Encyclopedia of Southern Jewish Communities - Arkansas ... These immigrants
were part of the “German wave” of Jewish immigration, which ... In 1839, the
small but growing number of Jews in Little Rock first began to worship together.