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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29U5_world-war-i-lest-we-forget-world-war-ii-a-war-memorial_Ozark-AR.html
The citizens of Franklin County have caused this monument to be erected · · Not to glorify war but forever to serve the cause of peace · · · Here we enshrine forever the glorious memory of the living an…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29U3_potts-inn_Pottsville-AR.html
Kirkbride Potts, with help from his wife Pamelia Logan Potts, designed and constructed this large and stately building between 1850 and 1858. He patterned it after the Classical Revival style he knew in his home state of Pennsylvania; however, he …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29TZ_in-memory-of-our-friends-lost-in-korea-vietnam-iraq-a-war-memorial_Ozark-AR.html
Korea 1950 - 1953 Garlande Darter Charles McCartney Otis E. Hutchinson Vietnam1965-1975 Rickey Pyle Otis E. Hutchinson, Jr. John F. Schaffer Wayne J. Sanders Iraq 1990 - 1991 Charleston's own 296th Medical Unit activated no act…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29KY_csi-van-buren_Van-Buren-AR.html
Using advanced technology to understand the past. Like the methods of Crime Scene Investigators, science provides a variety of ways to look beneath the surface of the Drennen House grounds for evidence of the past. Techniques like gradiometry, …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29J9_web-of-enterprise_Van-Buren-AR.html
John Drennen made profitable choices during his diverse professional life as merchant, bank trustee, plantation owner, and Indian agent. He linked his future to the fledgling town of Van Buren, and built his family home here, overlooking the Ar…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29J8_overlooking-his-domain_Van-Buren-AR.html
From the front of his home, John Drennen could overlook the bustling port town of Van Buren, including the wharf originally known as Phillips Landing. Until after the Civil War, the Arkansas River and the steamboats that plied its waters link…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29GP_max-henry-aronson-the-first-cowboy-western-movie-star_Little-Rock-AR.html
Max Aronson was born at 713 Center Street, (a house formerly located across the street), on March 21, 1880, to Esther and Harry Aronson, a Jewish dry goods salesman. As a child, Max Aronson relocated to St. Louis, before moving to the Roth-Rosenzw…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM298H_madison-in-the-civil-war_Forrest-City-AR.html
U.S. troops from Helena came through Madison many times during the Civil War. A 5th Kansas Cavalry patrol fought here twice during a March 5-12, 1863, expedition. Iowa and Indiana troops passed through in April 1863, and detachments of men from th…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM298G_faulkner-county-in-the-civil-war_Conway-AR.html
Front Faulkner County had divided loyalties during the Civil War. Soon after the war started, Col. A.R. Witt helped organize several companies for the 10th Arkansas Infantry (C.S.). After fighting at Shiloh, the 10th was captured at Port Hudson, …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM298E_franklin-county-court-house_Ozark-AR.html
Ozark was designated as the county seat of Franklin County in 1837, and the first court house in the county was erected on this site in 1838.
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