Arkansas Post


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Arkansas Post

(är`kənsô), community on the Arkansas River, SE Ark. Founded by the French in 1686 as a trading post, it is the oldest white settlement in the state; it became the capital of the Arkansas territory in 1819. Once an important port, Arkansas Post was a Confederate stronghold during the Civil War until it was captured by Union troops in 1863. Arkansas Post National Memorial is there (see National Parks and MonumentsNational Parks and Monuments

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Acadia NP SE Maine 1919 48,419 (19,603) Mountain and coast scenery.
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That tradition of forging new rivers of opportunity can be plainly seen at the Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub, a modern day trading post of innovative ideas 98 miles northwest of the original Arkansas Post.
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Arkansas Post National Memorial in southeastern Arkansas commemorates the first permanent European settlement on the lower Mississippi River (1686), which became the state's original territorial capital and the site of a Civil War battle.
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Arkansas Post Museum & National Memorial--Arkansas Post, settled by the French in 1686, was the first permanent European colony in the Mississippi River Valley.
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Arkansas Post Museum and National Memorial Explores Arkansas history from Colonial to modern times.
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Get to know the Arkansas of long ago at the Historic Arkansas Museum in Little Rock and the Arkansas Post National Memorial and Arkansas Post Museum at Gillett.

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