@Book{ barnes2004,
    author = {Kenneth C. Barnes},
    title = {Journey of Hope: The Back-to-Africa Movement in Arkansas in the Late 1800s},
    address = {Chapel Hill},
    publisher = {University of North Carolina Press},
    year = 2004,

p. 37: Mentions Peg Leg Williams activity in Arkansas, particularly in mid-1880s. Suggests that he worked with C. A. Rideout, a black lawyer in Morrillton, to move laborers from Newberry, South Carolina. The work of labor recruiters is offered as one reason why “Conway County’s black population more than doubled between 1880 and 1890” (39).