|► Missouri (Dunklin County), Campbell — The Battle at Chalk Bluff — A State Divided — The Civil War in Missouri —|
|The Battle at Chalk BluffDown the hill from this marker is the place where four brigades of Confederates, led by Brig. Gen. John Sappington Marmaduke, crossed the St. Francis into the safety of Arkansas on May 1-2, 1863. The clash with Union troops . . . — — Map (db m18141) HM|
|► Missouri (Dunklin County), Kennett — Kennett —|
|(Front): Here in the Southeast Lowland Region of Missouri on a Delaware and Shawnee Indian village site, Kennett was laid out as the seat of Dunklin County, 1846. The town was first called Chilletecaux for a Delaware Indian living here at the . . . — — Map (db m17477) HM|
|► Missouri (Dunklin County), Kennett — The Village of Kennett —|
|In 1843, the village of Kennett was founded near the campsite of Chickasaw Indian Chief Chilletecaux — — Map (db m17483) HM|
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May. 26, 2020