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The Goat Woman of Smackover

An Arkansas Legend

by Ramona Wood

  • 67 Want to read
  • 4 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Juvenile Nonfiction,
  • Children: Grades 2-3

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8585933M
    ISBN 100975862219
    ISBN 109780975862216
    OCLC/WorldCa150371750

    Goats. K likes. Goat Pictures, Goat Videos, and Goat News. Show us your Goats!Followers: K.   First sketch was the circus carriage of the Goat Woman of Smackover. All the journaling down the right-hand side of the page is the story of The Goat Woman copied from the museum's website. You can read that here. Journaling: Dee and I spent two hours sketching this. She's as much a detail addict as I am. That was way too long.

    Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. - Explore 63vettegal's board "Smackover, AR", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Arkansas, Oilfield, El dorado arkansas.9 pins.

      She’s published five books with her first being “The Goat Woman of Smackover.” All of her books have been written, illustrated and published by Wood. During her speech, Wood talked about the. Ramona Wood of El Dorado will sign copies of her newest book, “The Goat Woman from Smackover.” Competitions will include a tug-of-war contest near the .


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The Goat Woman of Smackover by Ramona Wood Download PDF EPUB FB2

Recommended for those aged 4+. This is a children's book all about local Arkansas legend Rhena Salome Miller who, born inwas known as the Goat Woman because of her many pet goats with whom, in her later years, she performed with on local television/5.

I grew up in Smackover and remember visiting The Goat Woman, and listening to her play her instruments. She was so wonderful to the children, she taught many to tap dance and to play music. This book means so much to me to know that her legend will live on. It is well written and I really enjoyed reading it.

Thanks Ramona for writing it /5(4). Rhena Salome Miller Meyer—better known as “the Goat Woman”—lived in Smackover (Union County) for over fifty years. Her sometimes reclusive nature, numerous pet goats, and considerable musical talents as a “one-woman band” all contributed to her folk-figure status in the region.

Rhena (sometimes spelled Rhene) Miller was born in Orwin, Pennsylvania, on J. The Goat Woman of Smackover: An Arkansas Legend - Kindle The Goat Woman of Smackover book by Wood, Ramona. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Goat Woman of Smackover: An Arkansas Legend/5(5).

The Goat Woman of Smackover shows how one girl refused to be crushed by broken dreams. Book description, CHILDREN'S BOOKS BY RAMONA WOOD. FIRST SENTENCE: There was once a little girl who wanted to be a star.

Children's Books by Ramona Wood - Goat Woman of Smackover - Featuring author Ramona Wood's books: The Goat Woman of Smackover, Now Caitlin Can: A donated organ helps a child get well and A Day Set Apart, Celebrating the Sabbath.

A children's book about Rhena's life, entitled "The Goat Woman of Smackover" by Ramona Wood, was published in The circus truck is on display at the Arkansas Museum of Natural Resources in Smackover, and it is the only one of its kind known to : Liberty Cemetery, Louann, Ouachita.

Ramona Wood is the author of Now Caitlin Can ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 2 reviews, published ), The Goat Woman of Smackover ( avg rating, 7 rat /5.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

The goat woman of Smackover by Ramona Wood; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Juvenile literature, Biography, Circus wagons, Musicians, Circus performers, Women musicians, Goats; Places: Smackover, Arkansas, Smackover (Ark.). Featuring author Ramona Wood's books: The Goat Woman of Smackover, Now Caitlin Can: A donated organ helps a child get well and A Day Set Apart, Celebrating the Sabbath.

Smackover was also home to Rhena Salome Miller Meyer, better known as the “Goat Woman,” who lived in Smackover from until her death in She was an ex-Barnum and Bailey circus performer who lived with her husband in a circus carriage and raised goats.

The Goat Woman of Smackover: An Arkansas Legend eBook: Wood, Ramona: : Kindle Store. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello. Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. Kindle Store. Go Search Hello Select your address /5(3). I actually grew up in Smackover, Arkansas and remember the goat woman.

According to the children's book about her, she was in the circus before she came to Smackover. I remember going to her shack one time and she sang for us. Smackover Oil Field – the Smackover Formation in south Arkansas.

Located on the road to El Dorado from Camden, Smackover was noted for a dress shop downtown and football bleachers with the marker “coldest on the face of the earth.” And oil.

And, of course, The Goat Woman. What history explains about Smackover relates to black : Jane Gatewood. - Explore stephensjayne's board "ONLY IN SMACKOVER", followed by people on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Arkansas, Oilfield life and Oilfield wife.8 pins. Smackover’s real goat woman, it turned out, came from a community of Roma, also known as Gypsies, in the Mississippi Delta.

She lived in a circus truck, sang opera and played organ for a. Museum, Oil Field Park show Smackover's rich past ran a Ladies Home Journal advertisement for winter-grade oil in picturing a woman in a fur.

The Goat Lady Trips from Camden to El Dorado, Arkansas, in the ’50’s and ’60’s sometimes rewarded us with a glimpse of the strange woman we called The Goat Lady.

To a child, she was a scary woman with her wild unkempt hair, and I often wondered what kind of person would live among a bunch of goats in a shack along Arkansas Highway 7. It was a journey I had made and written a book about just before I met Q. Over the course of the travels we were about to undertake, she would tell me from time to time of her surprising discoveries about William Clark descending the Mississippi into Spanish territory.4/5(32).

Visit Children's book author Ramona Wood writes and illustrates children's books. She is the creator of: THE GOAT WOMAN OF SMACKOVER, NOW CAITLIN CAN: A DONATED ORGAN HELPS A CHILD GET WELL & A DAY SET APART, CELEBRATING THE SABBATH.

They uncover stories - lots of them. There's elderly Mrs. Weatherford and her tale of Northern Light rapture, Indigo Rocket and a 50 - foot femme fatale, the mysterious Goat Woman of Smackover Creek.

Jack Kerouac and his - foot scroll of a manuscript make an appearance, as do the Gullah people of Daufuskie Island, South Carolina.Unlikely as it may now seem, the Smackover Field ranked No.

1 in U.S. oil production inbefore the supply dwindled. Meanwhile, America's love affair with .The goat woman of Smackover: an Arkansas legend The story of Rhena Miller Meyer, a once-celebrated musician who lived in a circus truck and rose above misfortune to make an impact on her community.

Contributor: Wood, Ramona.