Historical Markers in Arkansas County, Arkansas
On they come like an irresistible thunder bolt Our ironclads and gunboats knocked the fort to pieces A.M. Bohnert Rice Plantation Pump No. 2 Engine American Townsite Bayou Meto Cemetery Bayou Meto Schoolhouse Bayou Meto United Methodist Church Camp Mitchell Edge of Empires First Post of Arkansas J. Deane & Sons Hardware Store Republican France Rev. Adam Buerkle St. Charles Battle Monument Stone from Ruins of Old Bank Stuttgart Centennial Stuttgart's First Public School The American Era The Arkansas Posts The Britsch Grocery The Colbert Raid The European Settlement The French Period The Post of Arkansas The Post under Spain Where is Fort Hindman?
Arkansas has a rich Native American history, with numerous tribes including the Caddo, Osage, and Quapaw living in the region for thousands of years before European settlement. The Trail of Tears, which was the forced relocation of Native American tribes from the southeastern United States to Oklahoma, also passed through Arkansas.~ Arkansas random facts