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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Fort Smith, Arkansas

 
Clickable Map of Sebastian 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 Sebastian County, AR (72) Crawford County, AR (15) Franklin County, AR (5) Logan County, AR (3) Scott County, AR (1) Le Flore County, OK (27) Sequoyah County, OK (3)  SebastianCounty(72) Sebastian County (72)  CrawfordCounty(15) Crawford County (15)  FranklinCounty(5) Franklin County (5)  LoganCounty(3) Logan County (3)  ScottCounty(1) Scott County (1)  LeFloreCountyOklahoma(27) Le Flore County (27)  SequoyahCounty(3) Sequoyah County (3)
Fort Smith and Greenwood are both the county seat for Sebastian County
Fort Smith is in Sebastian County
      Sebastian County (72)  
ADJACENT TO SEBASTIAN COUNTY
      Crawford County (15)  
      Franklin County (5)  
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      Scott County (1)  
      Le Flore County, Oklahoma (27)  
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1Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — “Spirit of the American Doughboy”Fort Smith, Arkansas
Dedicated to the memory of our comrades who entered the service of their country from Fort Smith, Arkansas and who gave their lives in the World War.Map (db m5544) HM
2Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — 1908 Reunion of U.S. Marshals
[Title is text] [Panoramic photo enlargement]Map (db m93244) HM
3Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — 50 Year Concrete Street Service Award • 1963Fort Smith, Arkansas — General Paving District - 1913 —
Most 50-Year Old Concrete Streets of Any City in U.S.A. 21.5 MilesMap (db m92355) HM
4Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — A Building Worth SavingFort Smith National Historic Site — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
The Commissary, one of the city’s most iconic landmarks, is the oldest building in Fort Smith. Its foundation was originally a raised platform from which to shoot cannons for defending the fort. The two-story building you see today was built on that . . . Map (db m156898) HM
5Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — A National Cemetery System
Civil War Dead An estimated 700,000 Union and Confederate soldiers died in the Civil War between April 1861 and April 1865. As the death toll rose, the U.S. government struggled with the urgent but unplanned need to bury fallen Union . . . Map (db m92317) HM
6Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Abandoned and ForgottenFort Smith National Historic Site — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
Imagine spending 5 years building a home only to abandon it. That is exactly what the first Fort Smith soldiers did. They quarried rock and shaped logs to build the fort by hand. Shortly after completing it in 1824, they were reassigned to repeat . . . Map (db m156997) HM
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7Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Address by President LincolnAt the Dedication of The Gettysburg National Cemetery — November 19, 1863 —
Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that . . . Map (db m114215) HM
8Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — At the Edge of Indian CountryFort Smith National Historic Site
If you had stood here in 1825, on your right would have been Arkansas Territory, and on your left, a vast domain traded to the Choctaw Nation for their ancestral lands in the east. Fort Smith’s location here at the edge of Indian country was a . . . Map (db m156900) HM
9Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Barracks, Courthouse, JailFort Smith National Historic Site — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
The building in front of you is very much as it appeared in the 1890s. First built as a military barracks, it was later converted for use as a courthouse and jail. Over time its appearance changed to accommodate different needs of the people . . . Map (db m59026) HM
10Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Bass Reeves - Lawman on the Western Frontier
Bass Reeves, a slave born in Arkansas and reared in Texas, rose to become one of the best known and effective deputy U.S. marshals to ride out of Fort Smith for Judge Isaac C. Parker. Recognized as one of the first African Americans commissioned as . . . Map (db m58046) HM
11Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Battle of Massard Prairie
On July 27, 1864 Confederates led by Gen. Richard M. Gano surprised an outpost of the Sixth Kansas Cavalry at nearby Caldwell's Place. The Federal force was routed with a loss of 25 killed and wounded, 127 prisoners and much equipment. The . . . Map (db m52566) HM
12Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Belle Point
In 1817, the first Fort Smith was built at Belle Point at the junction of the Poteau and Arkansas Rivers by Major William Bradford, for the mutual protection of the pioneers and Indians. He was in command until 1822. It was named in honor of . . . Map (db m77874) HM
13Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Cherokee Nation
"The Cherokees have been kept on a small spot, surrounded by a strong guard… obliged to live very much like brute animals… exposed to wind and rain, and herd[ed] together… like droves of hogs…” —Reverend Butrick, June 1838 . . . Map (db m156907) HM
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14Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Chickasaw Nation
The removal of the Chickasaw from their southeast homelands began in the early 1800s. Government traders who forced tribal members into debt would demand tribal lands as payment. By 1818, the Chickasaw had unwillingly yielded property in Alabama, . . . Map (db m156906) HM
15Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Choctaw Nation
"No part of the land granted them shall ever be embraced in any… State; but the U.S. shall forever secure said Choctaw Nation, from and against all laws except such as… may be enacted in their own National . . . Map (db m156905) HM
16Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Clues from the PastFort Smith National Historic Site — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
The building in front of you is very much as it appeared in the 1890s. First used as a military barracks, it was later converted for use as a courthouse and jail. Over time its appearance changed to accommodate the different needs of the people . . . Map (db m82354) HM WM
17Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — 15 — Confederate [and] Union Occupation of Fort Smith
On April 23, 1861, the U.S. garrison at Fort Smith abandoned the post as Confederate militiamen approached. Fort Smith became an important recruiting and training center for Confederate forces in west Arkansas. Troops from Fort Smith fought at . . . Map (db m57916) HM
18Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Confederate Burials in the National Cemetery
The Confederate Occupation The War Department established Fort Smith in 1817 and occupied it until April 23, 1861. Learning that the Arkansas militia was advancing, the garrison retreated, taking arms and supplies from the fort with them. . . . Map (db m92307) HM
19Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Confederates Occupy The FortFort Smith National Historic Site — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
At the beginnings of the Civil War, “amid the firing of cannon and the cheers of the people,” a local newspaper reported, Arkansas State Militia raised the Confederate flag and took control of Fort Smith on April 23, 1861. With . . . Map (db m59024) HM
20Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Defending Fort SmithFort Smith National Historic Site — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
Fort Smith was fired on only once during the Civil War. On July 31, 1864, Confederates staged a diversionary attack from across the Poteau River, hoping to capture the city of Fort Smith. Their strategy was to pull Union troops away from other city . . . Map (db m156983) HM
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21Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Defending FreedomFort Smith National Historic Site — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
I never saw such fighting done as was done by the negro regiment…The question that negroes will fight is settled; besides they make better soldiers in every respect than any troops I have ever had under my command.—General Blunt after . . . Map (db m59021) HM
22Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Deputy U.S. Marshal Bass Reeves
This statue was erected in 2012 as a result of growing awareness of the extraordinary service of Bass Reeves, an African-American former slave who became a highly respected Deputy U.S. Marshal. The deeds of African-American and Native American . . . Map (db m58047) HM
23Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Desperate For SurvivalFort Smith National Historic Site — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
Standing at this spot during the second half of the Civil War you would have witnessed a very chaotic scene. The riverfront landing at the end of Garrison Avenue would have been filled with hundreds, sometimes thousands, of desperate people . . . Map (db m156902) HM
24Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Establishing Fort SmithFort Smith National Historic Site — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
"Ascend the Arkansas River to the point where the Osage boundary line strikes that river… and therein erect as expeditiously as circumstances will permit a Stockade…" —Orders to Major William Bradford from Brigadier General Thomas Smith . . . Map (db m156993) HM
25Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Executions at Fort SmithFort Smith National Historic Site, Arkansas
During the twenty-four years the federal executions took place in Fort Smith, eighty-seven men died on the gallows. While Judge Isaac C. Parker sat on the bench, 160 people, including four women, were sentenced to hang. Just over half received a . . . Map (db m59023) HM
26Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — First National Bank
In 1888, First National Bank built its first bank building, a modest two-story brick building at South Sixth and Garrison. A few years into the 20th century, bank president Samuel McLoud ordered plans drawn up for what would be the tallest building . . . Map (db m92366) HM
27Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Fort Smith National Cemetery
Civil War Fort Smith In 1817, the U.S. Army sent a detachment of soldiers to Arkansas Territory to keep the peace between the Osage and Cherokee nations. They built a post on the shore of the Arkansas River and named it for Gen. Thomas A. . . . Map (db m92314) HM
28Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Fort WallFort Smith National Historic Site — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
Security has always been a concern for the U.S. military. The army designed the second Fort Smith (1838-1871) as part of a line of forts from Minnesota to Louisiana to separate the territory occupied by Native American tribes from that settled by . . . Map (db m59020) HM
29Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Frisco Train DepotFort Smith National Historic Site — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
Before automobiles or airplanes, trains were the popular way to travel. At speeds of up to 65 mph (105 km), people traveled faster and farther than ever before. Besides visiting family and friends, trains took people to new and exotic places for . . . Map (db m156899) HM
30Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Great Cyclone at Fort Smith
A cyclone, carrying death and destruction in its wake, visited Fort Smith at 11:15 p.m. on Tuesday, January 11, 1898. Out of the western skies on an unusually balmy night came first an epic show of lightning followed by heavy winds. Then with the . . . Map (db m92364) HM
31Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Major Long Surveys the Western FrontierFort Smith National Historic Site — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
Traveling mostly on foot, Stephen H. Long explored over 25,000 miles of the mid-west and northern United States. His team included artists and scientists to document natural resources. In 1817, he selected the location for the first Fort Smith. When . . . Map (db m156996) HM
32Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Marble Hall in 1863
Marble Hall, the oldest building on Garrison Avenue, was built in 1859 by Ethelbert Britton Bright. Judging from the surviving newspapers ads, his mercantile store held the very wonders of the world, steadily supplied by steamboats docking at the . . . Map (db m93241) HM
33Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Meeting of NationsFort Smith National Historic Site — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
The Fort Smith Council was held in this building in September 1865. To establish relations following the Civil War, delegates of twelve Indian nations met with President Andrew Johnson’s representatives. Bitterly divided, Indians had fought for both . . . Map (db m59025) HM
34Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Miss Laura's
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m57923) HM
35Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Missouri Kansas and Texas 100162 Diner Bunk Car(MKT 920)
Ordered from the American Car and Foundry Company in 1938, this car is one of the last heavyweight passenger cars built (181,700 pounds). Originally built as a chair car that carried 52 passengers, it was rebuilt in the 1970's to a diner bunk car . . . Map (db m164156) HM
36Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Missouri Kansas and Texas 100186 Power Car(X-2400)
Beginning in 1943 a total of 1200 all steel troop sleepers were built by Pullman Standard for the mass transport of military personnel during World War II. The cars sleep 29 soldiers and 1 porter. In 1943 the M.K.T. bought 30 troop sleepers for . . . Map (db m164157) HM
37Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Moon TreeLoblolly Pine (Pinustaeda)
This tree was grown from a seed that journeyed to the Moon and back aboard Apollo 14 1971 Planted here on Arbor Day March 15 Bicentennial Year 1976Map (db m92358) HM
38Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Muscogee (Creek) Nation
The Muscogee (Creek) people are descendants of a remarkable culture that, before A.D. 1500, spanned the entire region now known as the southeastern United States. The Muscogee were not one tribe, but rather a union of several that evolved into a . . . Map (db m156904) HM
39Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Officer’s GardenFort Smith National Historic Site — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
"The walls were almost hidden by a wealth of vines and foliage, and the enclosed space was as green as nature and care could make it. Beautiful flower beds were kept well tended by the soldiers and added greatly to the beauty of the . . . Map (db m58615) HM
40Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Old Commissary
This building, on the N.W. bastion of the wall, was the commissary of the fort. Built in 1839, used until 1871 when the fort was abandoned as a military post. From 1861-65 it served as a hospital, guard house, and refuge, now a museum. Erected . . . Map (db m57921) HM
41Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Old Federal Building
The old part of this building was the Barracks of the Fort, 1840-1871; Federal Court and Jail, 1872-1887; presided over by Judge I.C. Parker, 1875-1887.Map (db m57922) HM
42Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Osage Nation
Two hundred and fifty years ago the river you see here flowed through the homeland of one of the most powerful Indian nations in the center of the continent. They called themselves "Wah-Zha-Zhe." Early French explorers spelled their name . . . Map (db m156908) HM
43Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Our Confederate Dead1861 - 1865
[Title is text]Map (db m92351) WM
44Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Purple Heart MemorialCombat Wounded Veterans
. . . Map (db m92352) WM
45Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Request DeniedFort Smith National Historic Site — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
In the spring of 1821, Osage leader Bad-Tempered-Buffalo appeared across the Arkansas River with 400 warriors in war paint. He and seven warriors crossed the river requesting gunpowder and permission to hunt on Cherokee land. Acting fort commander, . . . Map (db m156998) HM
46Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Reynolds - Davis Wholesale Grocery Company300 Garrison Avenue
This facade is all the remains of the five story building occupied from 1907 to 1955 by Reynolds - Davis Wholesale Grocery Company. The building subsequently served Checker Transfer & Storage Company from 1957 thru 1988 as well as other tenants . . . Map (db m57919) HM
47Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — A-33 — Sebastian County California Gold Seekers
The emigrant train of Forty-Niners, 5,000 strong, set out from Fort Smith in April, 1849, with an escort of United States [Army] Regulars under the command of Captain R. B. Marcy.Map (db m92353) HM
48Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — A-4 — Sebastian County Seat of Justice
The permanent seat of justice in Sebastian County, created in 1851 was located on a site to which was given the name of Greenwood. In 1861 another court house was erected at Ft. Smith and since then the county has maintained two seats of justice. . . . Map (db m92349) HM
49Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Seminole Nation
The Seminole people originated in Florida from the mixing of many indigenous groups throughout the southeast. Encroachment by white settlers and slave-hunters onto tribal territory started the Seminole wars in 1817. Sporadic warfare continued until . . . Map (db m156903) HM
50Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — The Bastion That Never WasFort Smith National Historic Site — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
When army engineers originally designed the second Fort Smith in 1838, they planned for it to withstand attack. A key feature in achieving this goal was a stone wall about twelve feet high and from two to three feet thick. This wall surrounded the . . . Map (db m58434) HM
51Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — The Commissary StorehouseFort Smith National Historic Site — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
This is the oldest building still standing in Fort Smith. Originally built as part of a larger fortification, over the years its appearance and use changed dramatically. The building held supplies used by explorers and soldiers, played a crucial . . . Map (db m58493) HM
52Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — The Fishback Block in 1872
In 1870, ground was broken for the three-story Fishback Block on the site of Jeremiah Kannady's blacksmith shop which manufactured Bowie knives for the Confederate Army. The builder, future Gov. William Meade Fishback (1831-1903), named the 7,000 . . . Map (db m57918) HM
53Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — The FlagstaffFort Smith National Historic Site — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
The U.S. Army built the original flagstaff at the second Fort Smith in 1846. As with many western military posts, the flagstaff stood tall so that its flag could be seen for miles. To attain a height of nearly 100 feet, the army joined two poles in . . . Map (db m58432) HM
54Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — The GallowsFort Smith National Historic Site, Arkansas — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
With the largest criminal jurisdiction of any federal court at the time, the Western District of Arkansas handled an extraordinary number of murder and rape cases. When a jury found defendants guilty in these capital cases, federal law mandated the . . . Map (db m59022) HM
55Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — The Guardhouse, 1849-1871Fort Smith National Historic Site — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
The guardhouse, constructed in 1849, was a focal point of daily activity at the second Fort Smith. Not only did the men assigned to guard detail operate out of this building, but the officer of the day, who was responsible for the daily business of . . . Map (db m58132) HM
56Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — The New Theatre in 1911
Ten years before the outbreak of the Civil War, the Old Red Mill stood on the future site of the New Theatre. The mill was used as a hospital during the Civil War, was damaged by the 1898 cyclone and finally disappeared around 1908. On the back . . . Map (db m92362) HM
57Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — The Officer’s QuartersFort Smith National Historic Site — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
You are now standing on what was once Officer’s Row at the second Fort Smith. From 1846 to 1865, two large buildings stood on the western edge of the parade ground and provided housing for officers and their families. Unlike the cramped quarters of . . . Map (db m58618) HM
58Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — The Parade GroundsFort Smith National Historic Site — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
For more than thirty years during the mid-1800s, soldiers drilled on the large parade ground before you. Flanked by the officer’s quarters to the right and the enlisted men’s barracks on the left, the parade ground was the center of life at the . . . Map (db m58125) HM
59Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — The Phoenix Block
From 1836 to 1878, the log cabin of Jeremiah and Sophia Kannady stood on the present-day 500 block of Garrison Avenue. In that cabin Kannady's uncle John Rogers, founder of the city, died in 1860. In 1877, Kannady sold land around his cabin to make . . . Map (db m93253) HM
60Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — The Trail of Tears
This marks the last encampment of the Cherokee Indians on "The Trail of Tears," from their ancestral homes in the South to the land allotted them in the Indian Territory.Map (db m92345) HM
61Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — The Women’s Jail, 1872-1888Fort Smith National Historic Site — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
After the U.S. Army closed Fort Smith in 1871, the guardhouse served the Federal Court for the Western District of Arkansas. It remained in use as a jail, detaining primarily women suspected or convicted of federal crimes until 1888. At that time, . . . Map (db m58128) HM
62Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — United Spanish War Veterans MemorialIn Memoriam
[Title is text]Map (db m92357) WM
63Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Veterans MemorialTo All Who Served
Military Conflicts in U.S. History American Revolution (1775-1783) War of 1812 (1812-1815) Mexican War (1846-1848) Civil War (1861-1865) Indian Wars (Colonial Era to 1890) Spanish American War (1898) The Boxer Rebellion . . . Map (db m92338) WM
64Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Veterans Memorial Carillon
AMVETS in conjunction with the Citizens of the area dedicated this carillon as a living memorial to Arkansas-Oklahoma Veterans who served their country honorably for the Cause of Freedom November 11, 1986 Fort Smith National . . . Map (db m92342) WM
65Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Vietnam War Memorial1959 - 1975 — Sebastian County, Arkansas —
This monument is dedicated to the brave sons of Sebastian County, Arkansas, who, in the defense of freedom in South Vietnam, made the supreme sacrifice. In a controversial, complex and diverse struggle, they answered the call of their country in a . . . Map (db m92360) WM
66Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Vogel & Wallace
In December 1878, Teddy Vogel and Michael C. Wallace bought the old rough hewn log store building and home that had been been constructed on this lot circa 1845 by Samuel Boothe. They razed the log structure and began building a stout, stone . . . Map (db m93246) HM
67Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — W.J. Murphy - Eads Brothers Building in 1903
The first mention of this property is from 1838 when it was part of the brickyard that manufactured bricks to build the second Fort Smith. In 1877 the City Hotel was built here. In 1897, identical buildings were constructed to house the W.J. Murphy . . . Map (db m57917) HM
68Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Welcome to Fort SmithFort Smith National Historic Site — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
Founded in 1817 by the U.S. Army to contain a volatile Indian feud, Fort Smith later served as a major supply depot for western military posts, and finally as headquarters of the Federal Court for the Western District of Arkansas. For over 80 years, . . . Map (db m59027) HM
69Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Whiskey WarFort Smith National Historic Site — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
By 1833, a small community had developed next to the fort. Out of the six shops, five were taverns. As the fort's commanding officer, Captain Stuart's responsibilities included stopping the illegal sale of whiskey to Indians and soldiers. After two . . . Map (db m156901) HM
70Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Who Served Here?Fort Smith National Historic Site — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
Regiment of Riflemen 1817-1822 After serving with distinction in the War of 1812, the elite Regiment of Riflemen established Fort Smith in 1817. Their mission was to promote peace between the Cherokee and Osage. The regiment merged with the 7th . . . Map (db m156986) HM
71Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — William O. DarbyArkansas — Brig. General U. S. Army World War II —
Born in Fort Smith Ark. Feb. 8, 1911 Graduate U.S.M.A. June 1933 Assistant Comdr. 10th Mountain Div. Died in Po Valley Italy Apr. 30, 1945 Organized First Ranger Bn. CO Ranger Force - Tunisia-Sicily-Italy 1942-1944 Comdr. 179th . . . Map (db m92348) HM WM
 
 
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