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Up Among the Hills-the Story of Fayetteville (2012)

| Documentary, History
This is a one-hour documentary on the history of Fayetteville, Arkansas, narrated by one of the city's former residents, President Bill Clinton. Created by master story teller, Larry Foley,... See full summary »

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This is a one-hour documentary on the history of Fayetteville, Arkansas, narrated by one of the city's former residents, President Bill Clinton. Created by master story teller, Larry Foley, this film chronicles the history of the city as told through interesting characters that lived in Fayetteville and pushed it to prominence at the national level. Some of these residents included friend of Buffalo Bill and frontier scout Charles VonBerg, author Charles Finger and business owner and newspaper publisher Roberta Fulbright. The film premiered at the Fayetteville Library in October, 2012. Written by Anonymous

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