In 1818, the the Quapaw people signed a treaty relinquishing 30 million acres in present-day Arkansas. In 1824, the Quapaw would be forced to cede their remaining million-acre reservation.
The Quapaw Line
The line, which still appears on USGS maps as "Old Indian Treaty Boundary," begins at the Arkansas River in downtown Little Rock.
Chairs, River Market
In June 2017, I walked the Quapaw Line south through Little Rock.
Parking Deck, E. 3rd Street
Holly Bush, Rock Street
Covered Motorcycle, Alley Near Trapnall Hall
Fence, Commerce Street
Geese, MacArthur Park
Flags, Park Lane
Tree to Be Removed, Park Lane
Railing, Park Lane
Hedge, Park Lane and 21st Street
Boarded-Up Houses, E. 23rd Street
Rose, E. 23rd Street
Bus Stop, E. Roosevelt Road
Lassis Inn, E. 27th Street
Fish, I-30 Frontage Road
Graffiti, I-30 Overpass
Granite Mountain Quarry, GMQ Road