Register for Lakeport Legacies · Aug 23, 2018
Dr. David Ware · Fixed and Fleeting
Fixed and Fleeting: Some Arkansas State Symbols and Why they Matter · Dr. David Ware (Capitol Historian at Arkansas Secretary of State)
Join us on August 23 for Dr. David Ware's discussion of Arkansas's earliest adopted symbols and their significance

Ware, Arkansas's Capitol Historian, book on the subject, _It's Official!: The Real Stories behind Arkansas’s State Symbols_, will be available for purchase for $24.

Since Arkansas’s creation as an independent territory in 1819, its legislature has officially designated a wide assortment of symbols. Some of these refer to economic mainstays while others attest to the aspirations of those who saw a bright future for their extensive and varied community. This volume’s essays examine each of Arkansas’s officially designated symbols, outlining their genesis, their significance at the time of their adoption, and their place in modern Arkansas. Combining political narratives, natural history, and the occasional “shaggy dog” story, Ware makes a case for considering the symbols as useful keys to understanding both the Arkansas that has been and the one it hopes to be.

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