Map Showing the Northern Portion of the Grand Prairie Lying in the Counties of Prairie, Lonoke and Arkansas in the State of Arkansas
Woodward and Teirnan Printing Company
The Grand Prairie is a subregion of the Arkansas Delta, located between the bottomlands of the White River and the Arkansas River. Today, the Grand Prairie is mostly used for rice farming, but less than one percent of the original prairie remains.
The Woodward and Teirnan Printing Company was founded by William H. Woodward and Luke Tiernan in St. Louis. Woodward was born in England and immigrated to America as a young man and was later instrumental in helping to organize the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair. The printing company operated until the late 1950s.
Printed color map of the counties covered by the Grand Prairie in 1885. The map shows the county boundaries, towns, railroad lines, and bodies of water.
Map: 9" x 12"
Lonoke County, Prairie County, Arkansas County, Arkansas
Arkansas State Archives
Map Showing the Northern Portion of the Grand Prairie Lying in the Counties of Prairie, Lonoke and Arkansas in the State of Arkansas, Map1641, Arkansas State Archives, Little Rock, Arkansas
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