“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Franklin County, Arkansas

Clickable Map of Franklin County, Arkansas and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Franklin County, AR (5) Crawford County, AR (15) Johnson County, AR (7) Logan County, AR (3) Madison County, AR (3) Sebastian County, AR (72)  FranklinCounty(5) Franklin County (5)  CrawfordCounty(15) Crawford County (15)  JohnsonCounty(7) Johnson County (7)  LoganCounty(3) Logan County (3)  MadisonCounty(3) Madison County (3)  SebastianCounty(72) Sebastian County (72)
Charleston and Ozark are both the county seat for Franklin County
Adjacent to Franklin County, Arkansas
      Crawford County (15)  
      Johnson County (7)  
      Logan County (3)  
      Madison County (3)  
      Sebastian County (72)  
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1 Arkansas, Franklin County, Charleston — 23 — Charleston High School Integration
On July 27, 1954, the Charleston School Board unanimously voted to integrate all grade levels of its public school system, becoming the first in the South to do so. The Board's decision was in response to the May 17, 1954 United States Supreme . . . Map (db m198421) HM
2 Arkansas, Franklin County, Ozark — B-13 — Franklin County Court House
Ozark was designated as the county seat of Franklin County in 1837, and the first court house in the county was erected on this site in 1838.Map (db m120001) HM
3 Arkansas, Franklin County, Ozark — In Memory of our Friends Lost in Korea, Vietnam & Iraq
Korea 1950 – 1953 Garlande Darter Charles McCartney Otis E. Hutchinson Vietnam 1965-1975 Rickey Pyle Otis E. Hutchinson, Jr. John F. Schaffer Wayne J. Sanders Iraq 1990 – 1991 Charleston's . . . Map (db m120873) WM
4 Arkansas, Franklin County, Ozark — 120 — Skirmishes at Roseville
On March 29, 1864, troops of the 30th Texas Cavalry and local partisans attacked the Union post at Roseville south of here, burning 133 bales of cotton and two cotton gins. They returned in force on May 4 and drove the defending troops of the 2nd . . . Map (db m119956) HM
5 Arkansas, Franklin County, Ozark — World War I - Lest We Forget - World War IITheirs not to reason why ·•· Theirs but to do and die — 1917 ·•· 1918     1941 ·•· 1945 —
The citizens of Franklin County have caused this monument to be erected ·· Not to glorify war but forever to serve the cause of peace ·•· Here we enshrine forever the glorious memory of the living and the dead who through their valiant efforts . . . Map (db m120876) WM
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Oct. 2, 2023