Do you have an image related to the Civil War in Arkansas that you would like to add to the Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial Commission photo gallery? If so, please e-mail a 300-dpi scan, a suggested caption, and a statement that you are giving permission for the ACWSC to place it on the website to acwsc@arkansasheritage.org. Not all images that are submitted will be placed in the photo gallery.

Borden House, Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park. Courtesy, Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism.Playing Cards. Courtesy Old State House Museum.Cannon fire demonstration at the Civil War Sesquicentennial historical marker dedication at Rondo in Miller County on September 19, 2010.
Cathie Matthews, Director of the Department of Arkansas Heritage, receives a stamp in her passport booklet from Stephan McAteer, Executive Director of the MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History, during the press conference to announce to start of tArtillery Shell. Courtesy Old State House Museum.Civil War Pistol. Courtesy Old State House Museum.
Artillery Shell. Courtesy Old State House Museum.Cannon at Pea Ridge National Military Park. Courtesy Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism.Civil War meeting at Old Washington, November 2010
Confederate State Capitol, Historic Washington State Park. Courtesy, Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism.Confederate Reunion, August 10, 1895, Huntington Arkansas. Courtesy David PinsonConfederate Reunion, August 10, 1895, Huntington Arkansas. Courtesy David PinsonThis 1880 photo shows a reunion of veterans of Stand Watie’s Confederate troops visiting the healing Basin Spring waters in downtown Eureka Springs. The veterans are photographed with Dr. Alvah Jackson who first located the spring and set up a practice usCorporal Hardage and Kayla
Rick Meadows, chairman of the Central Arkansas Civil War Heritage Trail, speaks at the dedication of the DeValls Bluff Civil War Sesquicentennial Historical Marker May 29, 2010
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