Sarah DeClerk

Sarah DeClerk is an Arkansas native who loves her home state's natural beauty. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 2013. Her interests include art, literature, history, sociology, and the outdoors.

Bonaventure: Savannah’s Sacred Haven of Beauty and Peace

Savannah, Georgia

Despite unchanging stone and statue, Savannah’s largest cemetery is not lifeless at all.

The Wormsloe Plantation: A Georgia Family’s Colonial Legacy

Savannah, Georgia

Passed down a single family line since the first English settlers came to Georgia’s shores, Wormsloe still preserves the memory of that colonial time

5 Fantastic Places to Stay in Little Rock, Arkansas

Little Rock, Arkansas

More than a place to settle in for the night, each of these Little Rock favorites offer the most memorable experience of genuine Southern hospitality

The Haunting History of the Crescent Hotel

Eureka Springs, Arkansas

From a hotel and school to a hospital, the 1886 Crescent Hotel and Spa has a deeply haunted history that many say still lingers today.

Community and Culture at Judd Hill Plantation

Lunsford, Arkansas

The culture that formed within Judd Hill Plantation in the Mississippi Delta region of Arkansas still offers a special glimpse into a sharecropper’s life through its Judd Hill Foundation partnership with Arkansas State University.

Mount Holly Cemetery: Hallowed Ground in a Bustling City

Little Rock, Arkansas

The beauty and grounds of Mount Holly Cemetery serve not only as a place for honoring those who have passed, but also as a “who’s who” of Arkansas history.

David O. Dodd – The Arkansas Boy Martyr

Little Rock, Arkansas

Caught on the wrong side of war-torn Arkansas, David O. Dodd was hanged as a Civil War spy but heralded as a martyr

Racing for the Promised Land: The Oklahoma Land Rush


As the Unassigned Lands in the Oklahoma territory opened, settlers fueled by Manifest Destiny rushed to the frontier to stake their claim.