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Nancy Hendricks' book catalogues women in Arkansas history

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click to enlarge Nancy Hendricks' "Notable Women of Arkansas," Butler Center Books at University of Arkansas Press.
  • Nancy Hendricks' "Notable Women of Arkansas," Butler Center Books at University of Arkansas Press.
Author Nancy Hendricks signs her new book, "Notable Women of Arkansas: From Hattie to Hillary, 100 Names to Know" at Wordsworth Books on Sunday, May 22 at 4 p.m. The book is part of the Butler Center Books Collection at University of Arkansas Press. 

Hendricks, a scholar on all things Hattie Caraway and a recipient of the White House Millennium Award, played the role of Caraway on AETN's "Hattie Caraway: The Silent Woman," and wrote "Senator Hattie Caraway: An Arkansas Legacy," about the first woman elected to the United States Senate. Each purchase of Hendricks' new book at Saturday's signing will be accompanied by a complimentary copy of Anne McMath's "First Ladies of Arkansas." 

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