Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial Passport Program

Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial Passport Program Official Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial Coin Official Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial Patch

The Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial Passport publication was produced (in part) by a grant from the Arkansas Natural and Cultural Resources Council, funded by the Arkansas Real Estate Transfer Tax.

The Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial Commission welcomes everyone to visit the state’s many Civil War sites by participating in the Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial Passport Program. Visitors can get their passports stamped at 23 different places around Arkansas and can visit other Civil War-related properties while they are in the area. Once all 23 stamps are acquired, visitors can send in the back cover of their passport to receive an official Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial coin or patch.

Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial Passports can be acquired at any of Arkansas’s Welcome Center, at the participating stamping sites, by writing Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial Commission, 1500 Tower Building, 323 Center Street, Little Rock, AR 72201, or by e-mailing acwsc@arkansasheritage.org.


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Prairie Grove NORTHWEST ARKANSAS STAMPING SITES

  • Pea Ridge National Military Park, Garfield vic., Benton County
  • Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park, Prairie Grove, Washington County
  • Fort Smith National Historic Site, Fort Smith, Sebastian County
  • Buffalo National River, Tyler Bend Visitor Center, Searcy County

ASSOCIATED SITES

  • Cane Hill Cemetery, Cane Hill, Washington County
  • Cane Hill Battlefield, Cane Hill, Washington County
  • Headquarters House Museum, Fayetteville, Washington County
  • Fayetteville Confederate Cemetery, Fayetteville, Washington County
  • Fayetteville National Cemetery, Fayetteville, Washington County
  • Fort Smith National Cemetery, Fort Smith, Sebastian County
  • Fort Smith Museum of History, Fort Smith, Sebastian County
  • Massard Prairie Battlefield Park, Fort Smith, Sebastian County
  • Old Jail Museum, Greenwood, Sebastian County

Jackson Guards NORTHEAST ARKANSAS STAMPING SITES

  • Jacksonport State Park, Jacksonport, Jackson County
  • Pocahontas Memorial River Walk, Pocahontas, Randolph County
  • Piggott Welcome Center, Piggott, Clay County

ASSOCIATED SITES

  • West Point Cemetery, West Point, White County
  • Fitzhugh’s Woods Battlefield, Augusta vic., Woodruff County
  • Chalk Bluff Battlefield, St. Francis vic., Clay County

Arsenal CENTRAL ARKANSAS STAMPING SITES

  • Jacksonville Museum of Military History, Jacksonville, Pulaski County
  • Old State House Museum, Little Rock, Pulaski County
  • MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History, Little Rock, Pulaski County
  • Plantation Agriculture Museum, Scott, Lonoke County
  • Grant County Museum, Sheridan, Grant County
  • Pine Bluff/Jefferson County Museum, Pine Bluff, Jefferson County

ASSOCIATED SITES

  • Jenkins’ Ferry Battlefield State Park, Leola vic., Grant County
  • Reed’s Bridge Battlefield, Jacksonville, Pulaski County
  • Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum, North Little Rock, Pulaski County
  • Arkansas National Guard Museum, North Little Rock, Pulaski County
  • Mount Holly Cemetery, Little Rock, Pulaski County
  • Little Rock National Cemetery, Little Rock, Pulaski County
  • Pike Fletcher Terry House, Little Rock, Pulaski County
  • Bayou Fourche Battlefield, Little Rock, Pulaski County
  • Clinton Presidential Center, Little Rock, Pulaski County
  • Camp Nelson Confederate Cemetery, Cabot, Lonoke County
  • Marks’ Mills Battlefield State Park, New Edinburg vic., Cleveland County
  • Mount Elba Battlefield, Rison vic., Cleveland County
  • Camp White Sulphur Springs Confederate Cemetery, Sulphur Springs, Jefferson County
  • Lonoke County Museum, Lonoke, Lonoke County
  • Brownsville Cemetery, Lonoke vic., Lonoke County
  • Lower White River Museum, Des Arc, Prairie County
  • DeValls Bluff, DeValls Bluff, Prairie County

Lakeport Plantation SOUTHEAST ARKANSAS STAMPING SITES

  • Arkansas Post National Memorial, Gillett vic., Arkansas County
  • St. Charles Museum, St. Charles, Arkansas County
  • Delta Cultural Center, Helena-West Helena, Phillips County
  • Phillips County Museum, Helena-West Helena, Phillips County
  • Lakeport Plantation, Lake Village vic., Chicot County
  • Lake Chicot State Park, Lake Village, Chicot County

ASSOCIATED SITES

  • Ditch Bayou Battlefield, Lake Village, Chicot County
  • Helena Confederate Cemetery, Helena-West Helena, Phillips County
  • Drew County Historical Museum, Monticello, Drew County

Historic Washington SOUTHWEST ARKANSAS

  • Historic Washington State Park, Washington, Hempstead Co.
  • Nevada County Museum, Prescott, Nevada Co.
  • McCollum-Chidester House, Camden, Ouachita Co.
  • White Oak Lake State Park, Bluff City vic., Ouachita Co.

ASSOCIATED SITES

  • Fort Southerland Park, Camden, Ouachita County
  • Poison Spring Battlefield, Camden vic., Ouachita County
  • Elkins’ Ferry Battlefield, Prescott, Nevada County
  • Prairie D’Ane Battlefield, Prescott, Nevada County
  • Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial Road Warriors

    Congratulations to those who have visited every stamping site in the Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial Passport program!

    John Higginbotham, Pine Bluff, August 2011

    Greg Scott, Warren, September 2011

    Danny Mills, Cabot, September 2011

    Jim Kindy, Benton, September 2011

    Rob Smith, Hot Springs, September 2011

    Tami Smith, Hot Springs, September 2011

    Christopher Smith, Hot Springs, September 2011

    Elizabeth Smith, Hot Springs, September 2011

    James Dickson, Maumelle, September 2011

    Jane Dickson, Maumelle, September 2011

    Tim Looney, Clarendon, September 2011

    Kenneth Ridgeway, Judsonia,September 2011

    Kathleen Emmons, Judsonia, September 2011

    Larry Hallmark, Beebe, November 2011

    Bill Davis, Jacksonville, November 2011

    James Fountain, Marshall, November 2011

    Lynn Ward, Mount Ida, November 2011

    David Rawls, Sheridan, December 2011

    Leisha Rawls, Sheridan, December 2011

    Alden Kittredge, Cabot, February 2012

    Linda Kittredge, Cabot, February 2012

    Brandon Kittredge, Cabot, February 2012

    Michael Duncan, Proctor, March 2012

    Linda Duncan, Proctor, March 2012

    Tom Howie, West Helena, March 2012

    Katherine Howie, West Helena, March 2012

    James Watson, Little Rock, May 2012

    Carolyn Watson, Little Rock, May 2012

    James Mayberry, Benton, June 2012

    John Lambert, Little Rock, June 2012

    Robert Pitts, Cabot, June 2012

    Brit A. Ball, Greenbrier, July 2012

    Linda K. Ball, Greenbrier, July 2012

    Darrell Whitingham, Harrisburg, July 2012

    Ed Mros, Hot Springs, August 2012

    Marynell Branch, Little Rock, August 2012

    Bill Brusenhan, Hot Springs, August 2012

    George S. Platt, Jacksonville, September 2012

    Deborah Platt, Jacksconville, September 2012

    Will Platt, Baltimore, MD, September 2012

    Jim Schmidt, Jacksonville, September 2012

    Suzy Schmidt, Jacksonville, September 2012

    Darrell Whittingham, Harrisburg, September 2012

    Ellen Monroe, Roland, November 2012

    Andrew Monroe, Pooler, GA, November 2012

    Mike Lewis, Little Rock, November 2012

    Ellen Lewis, Little Rock, November 2012

    Lyndell Worthen, Jr., El Dorado, December 2012

    Wes Goodner, Little Rock, December 2012

    Diane Wooten, Benton, December 2012

    Jeff Caple, Malvern, December 2012

    Ryan Plemmons, Conway, April 2013

    Donald Fitzgerald, Harrisburg, April 2013

    Mark DeWitt, Maumelle, May 2013

    J. Carter Watts, Pine Bluff, May 2013

    Cathy Watts, Pine Bluff, May 2013

    Brian L. Whitson, Lake Village, May 2013

    Rita Kalmes, Bentonville, June 2013

    Gary Kalmes, Bentonville, June 2013

    Jerry Rice, Lakeland, TN, July 2013

    J. Carolyn Rice, Lakeland, TN, July 2013

    Richard Lancaster, North Little Rock, July 2013

    Rebecca Lancaster, North Little Rock, July 2013

    Sharon Taylor, Cabot, July 2013

    Joseph Taylor, Cabot, July 2013

    Josh Taylor, Cabot, July 2013

    Jesse Taylor, Cabot, July 2013

    Mary Jo Cunningham, Batesville, July 2013

    Zann Nutt, Morton, MS, July 2013

    Thomas Nutt, Morton, MS, July 2013

    Leonard Montgomery, Jacksonville, July 2013

    LaRonna Montgomery, Jacksonville, July 2013

    Alan Higginbotham, Mayflower, August 2013

    Reta Higginbotham, Mayflower, August 2013

    Martin Patton, Mayflower, August 2013

    R.D. Keever, Cabot, August 2013

    Linda Keever, Cabot, August 2013

    Robert Haynes, Booneville, August 2013

    Billie Harding, Mesquite, TX, August 2013

    James B. Davis, Hot Springs, August 2013

    Lonnie Spikes, Little Rock, August 2013

    Jane Anne Spikes, Little Rock, August 2013

    Don Bragg, Monticello, August 2013

    Hope Bragg, Monticello, August 2013

    Kenny Bragg, Monticello, August 2013

    Beth Bragg, Monticello, August 2013

    Stephen Bragg, Monticello, August 2013

    Thomas F. Dodson, Little Rock, August 2013

    Dorothy S. Dodson, Little Rock, August 2013

    Michael Dodson, Little Rock, August 2013

    Susan Smith Dodson, Little Rock, August 2013

    Charles Fulmer, Conway, November 2013

    Meryl Fulmer, Conway, November 2013

    Linda Eifling, Pine Bluff, December 2013

    Nolen Harris, Camden, December 2013

    Natalie Harris, Camden, December 2013

    Ed Hildreth, Jacksonville, March 2014

    Nora Hildreth, Jacksonville, March 2014

    Randall Perdue, Lonoke, March 2014

    Steve Kovalscik, Grassy Meadows, WV, April 2014

    Sabra Kovalscik, Grassy Meadows, WV, April 2014

    Gary Kovalscik, Hensley, April 2014

    Janis Kovalscik, Hensley, April 2014

    Randy Ryan, Covington, LA, May 2014

    Stephanie Ryan, Covington, LA, May 2014

    Rachel Shankle, Bismarck, June 2014

    Alexis Kirkpatrick, Pine Bluff, July 2014

    Kevin Mitchell, Conway, August 2014

    Mark Christ, Little Rock, August 2014

    Walter Wright Porter, Jonesboro, August 2014

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