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ⓘ Portia, Arkansas




Portia, Arkansas
                                     

ⓘ Portia, Arkansas

Portia is located in north-central Lawrence County at 36°5′7″N 91°4′6″W 36.085273, -91.068430.

According to the census Bureau United States, the city has a total area of 1.3 square miles of 3.3 km2, all land.

American routes 63 and 412 to run parallel through the city centre leading North-West 2 km 3 km to Black Rocks. In the South-East, 412 leads us 6.5 km 10.5 km from walnut ridge, the County, while 63 lead us 6 miles 10 km from the.

                                     
  • a Grave. A 1921 photograph of Nora Douglas Holt, Cleota Collins Lacey, Portia Evans, Clarissa Hardy, Estelle E. Pinkney, Camille L. Nickerson and Gussie
  • Davidson married the widower Washington. She served as stepmother to young Portia Washington, the child of Booker T. s first marriage. In 1886, Olivia Davidson
  • ever to attend classes at Little Rock Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas United States. She was the first black female to graduate from Central
  • the Delaware Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Benjamin and Portia Bird welcomed nine students that first day to a converted farmhouse on 16
  • Alabama, from 1974 to 1980. Andrew P. Torrence was born in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1920. He graduated from Tennessee State University in 1948. He subsequently
  • O Meara Sanders, 1996 1997, Goddard College, 2004 2011 Burlington College Portia Shields, 1996 2005, Albany State University Deborah F. Stanley, 1997 present
  • Shakespearean characters 177 was named Titania 178 Paulina 179 Portia and 180 Falstaff as Stratford is the home of the Canadian Shakespearean
  • jumping spider Portia mimics the movement of captured insect prey on the webs of other spiders. This attracts the owner of the web whereupon Portia pounces and
  • From 2017 to 2018, Richie appeared in her first series regular role as Portia Scott - Grifith in the NBC sitcom Great News. Richie was born in Berkeley
  • and economic turmoil resulting from the Mexican War of Independence. The Arkansas River delineated the border, with Mexico to the south and the United States

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