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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Camden, Arkansas

 
Clickable Map of Ouachita County, Arkansas and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Ouachita County, AR (19) Calhoun County, AR (1) Clark County, AR (10) Columbia County, AR (5) Dallas County, AR (5) Nevada County, AR (5) Union County, AR (15)  OuachitaCounty(19) Ouachita County (19)  CalhounCounty(1) Calhoun County (1)  ClarkCounty(10) Clark County (10)  ColumbiaCounty(5) Columbia County (5)  DallasCounty(5) Dallas County (5)  NevadaCounty(5) Nevada County (5)  UnionCounty(15) Union County (15)
Camden is the county seat for Ouachita County
Camden is in Ouachita County
      Ouachita County (19)  
ADJACENT TO OUACHITA COUNTY
      Calhoun County (1)  
      Clark County (10)  
      Columbia County (5)  
      Dallas County (5)  
      Nevada County (5)  
      Union County (15)  
 
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1Arkansas (Ouachita County), Camden — Camden Water BattleCivil War — 1864 —
In the fall of 1864, much of the Confederate infantry in Arkansas was ordered to move to Camden to protect the approaches to Texas during General Sterling Price’s absences in being transferred to the Missouri Campaign. In September 1864, . . . Map (db m106889) HM WM
2Arkansas (Ouachita County), Camden — C-11 — Ecore A-Fabre or Fabre’s BluffOuachita County — Early French and Indian Trading Post —
John Nunn, a pioneer settler, donated a square at Fabre’s Landing in 1842, on which was created the first court-house in Ouachita County. The name of the settlement was soon afterwards changed from Fabre’s Landing to Camden. The county was given . . . Map (db m107081) HM
3Arkansas (Ouachita County), Camden — Fort DiamondRedoubt E — 1863     1864 —
This is one of nine Civil War fortifications that were constructed in 1863-64 by Confederate soldiers and slaves under the command of Camden lawyer, Colonel Alexander Hawthorn. Located atop a steep hill well over a mile southeast of Redoubt . . . Map (db m200821) HM
4Arkansas (Ouachita County), Camden — Fort LookoutRedoubt A — 1863     1864 —
This is one of nine Civil War fortifications that were constructed in 1863-64 by Confederate soldiers and slaves under the command of Camden lawyer, Colonel Alexander Hawthorn. This massive earthen redoubt contained a battery of . . . Map (db m200797) HM
5Arkansas (Ouachita County), Camden — Fort SimmonsRedoubt C — 1863     1864 —
This is one of nine Civil War fortifications that were constructed in 1863-64 by Confederate soldiers and slaves under the command of Camden lawyer, Colonel Alexander Hawthorn. This square earthworks faced west and held as many as six . . . Map (db m200805) HM
6Arkansas (Ouachita County), Camden — Fort SoutherlandRedoubt D — 1863     1864 —
This is one of nine Civil War fortifications that were constructed in 1863-64 by Confederate soldiers and slaves under the command of Camden lawyer, Colonel Alexander Hawthorn. Located at the highest elevation between Willow, . . . Map (db m200813) HM
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7Arkansas (Ouachita County), Camden — Ouachita County Desert Storm Memorial
Dedicated to the men and women who answered the callMap (db m201088) WM
8Arkansas (Ouachita County), Camden — Redoubt B — 1863     1864 —
This is one of nine Civil War fortifications that were constructed in 1863-64 by Confederate soldiers and slaves under the command of Camden lawyer, Colonel Alexander Hawthorn. Located along a ridge some one hundred yards south of the . . . Map (db m200802) HM
9Arkansas (Ouachita County), Camden — To Our Confederate Women1861 - 1865
To the Confederate women Whose pious ministration To our wounded soldiers, Soothed the last hours of those Who died far from the objects Of their tenderest love; Whose domestic labors Contributed much to supply The wants of . . . Map (db m106934) HM WM
 
 
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Nov. 28, 2022