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

Clickable Map of Yell 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> Yell County, AR (15) Conway County, AR (33) Garland County, AR (103) Logan County, AR (3) Montgomery County, AR (8) Perry County, AR (3) Pope County, AR (17) Scott County, AR (1)  YellCounty(15) Yell County (15)  ConwayCounty(33) Conway County (33)  GarlandCounty(103) Garland County (103)  LoganCounty(3) Logan County (3)  MontgomeryCounty(8) Montgomery County (8)  PerryCounty(3) Perry County (3)  PopeCounty(17) Pope County (17)  ScottCounty(1) Scott County (1)
Dardanelle and Danville are both the county seat for Yell County
Dardenelle is in Yell County
      Yell County (15)  
      Conway County (33)  
      Garland County (103)  
      Logan County (3)  
      Montgomery County (8)  
      Perry County (3)  
      Pope County (17)  
      Scott County (1)  
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1 Arkansas, Yell County, Dardenelle — 4 — Action at Dardenelle
Confederates under Col. Robert Brooks, who were testing Union positions strength along the Arkansas River, attacked Federal troops at Dardanelle on Jan. 14, 1865. Maj. J.D. Jenks' 276 Union soldiers fought Brooks' 1,500 soldiers for 4 hours before . . . Map (db m170341) HM
2 Arkansas, Yell County, Dardenelle — Dardanelle Confederate Monument1861    1865
To the Confederate Soldiers of Yell County in appreciation of their splendid valor and loyalty, this monument is erected.Map (db m170335) WM
3 Arkansas, Yell County, Dardenelle — Jefferson Davis Highway
This highway, one of the earliest military roads in Arkansas, was named in honor of Jefferson Davis President of the Confederacy by act of the General Assembly of 1925.Map (db m170336) HM
4 Arkansas, Yell County, Dardenelle — Old Brearley Cemetery
Buried in this cemetery, is David Brearley, early settler of this area and Indian Agent of 1823; also his son Joseph H. Brearley, who donated the land and plated the town of Dardanelle in 1851.Map (db m170319) HM
5 Arkansas, Yell County, Dardenelle — C-34 — Yell County Council Oaks
Four blocks west of this point stands the famous Council Oaks under which Robert Crittenden, acting governor of Arkansas Territory, and Black Fox, chief of the Cherokee tribe, met April, 1820, to fix the boundary for the Cherokee lands.Map (db m170334) HM
6 Arkansas, Yell County, Dardenelle — C-24 — Yell County First Court House
The first court house in Yell County was erected in 1840, at Danville. About 1885, another court house was erected at Dardanelle, and since then the county has maintained two seats of justice. The county was named for Governor Archibald Yell.Map (db m170333) HM
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Jul. 19, 2024