Unequal Laws Unto a Savage Race: European Legal Traditions in Arkansas, 1686-1836

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University of Arkansas Press, 1985 - Law - 243 pages
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"Morris Arnold's description of the French and Spanish periods is just marvelous. It will be a classic for some time to come (or perhaps even forever)." -Hans W. Baade

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Contents

The Civil Law in Spanish Arkansas
43
The Influence of the Church in Eighteenth
113
The First American Legal System
130
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About the author (1985)

Morris S. Arnold is a United States Circuit Judge for the Eighth Circuit and a past winner of the state's highest literary award, the Porter Prize. He is the author of a number of books.

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