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Historic Sites in Rogers, AR

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Pea Ridge is the site of one of the most important battles of the American Civil War. Not only does it of... americanheritage.com

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(Front):The Brave Confederate dead who fell on this field Mar., 6,7, & 8 1862.The graves of our dead with the grass e... hmdb.org

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The Rogers Historical Museum serves a region with a rich natural and cultural heritage and a vibrant entr... americanheritage.com

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Fitzgerald's Station

Springdale, AR

Here on this, the Old Wire Road, was located Fitzgerald's Station on the Butterfield Overland mail route from St. Lou... hmdb.org

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As the sun set on the first day of battle, about 3,000 rebels from Missouri made their final charge here. Crossing Be... hmdb.org

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It was still below freezing at 10:30 a.m. March 7, 1862, when an alarmed messenger thundered into Union headquarters.... hmdb.org

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The first day's fighting ended at sunset on the large open field you see in the distance below. The half of the Confe... hmdb.org

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Officers and men, you have it in your power to make or prevent another Bull Run affair. I want every man to stand to ... hmdb.org

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That beautiful charge I shall never forget; with banners streaming, with drums beating, and our long line of blue coa... hmdb.org

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Like maddened hornets, Confederate infantrymen boiled out of Morgan's Woods, crossed Leetown Road, and swarmed toward... hmdb.org

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The families who lived outside Leetown, Arkansas first heard shots fired on the far side of Little Mountain, the low ... hmdb.org

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I don't believe they ever made a harder march during the Revolution than we made that night. Jack Bower, private, 2nd... hmdb.org

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Entering a little clearing, we discovered the yellow hospital flags fluttering from the gables of every house in the ... hmdb.org

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General Samuel Curtis had only 10,500 troops to hold back a Confederate army of more than 16,000 men moving toward hi... hmdb.org

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We must not let the men know that General McCulloch is killed. Benjamin Pixley, Lieutenant, 16th Arkansas Infantry Th... hmdb.org

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...[the Yankees] opened a perfect storm of round and shrapnell shot and shell...[the ground] was literally ploughed u... hmdb.org

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Night Moves

Garfield, AR

I have ordered Generals Sigel and Davis to move with their divisions during the night and form on the left of Carr's ... hmdb.org

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In early March 1862, these now quiet fields bustled with the clamor and constant motion of an army headquarters in ti... hmdb.org

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This site was the camp-ground for commanding officers and headquarters of U.S. Army for Battle of Pea Ridge. Here cou... hmdb.org

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Leetown

Avoca, AR

The small hamlet near here included two stores, a blacksmith shop, Masonic hall, church, school and several residence... hmdb.org

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