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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Rogers, Arkansas

Clickable Map of Benton 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> Benton County, AR (163) Carroll County, AR (63) Madison County, AR (3) Washington County, AR (124) Barry County, MO (10) McDonald County, MO (1) Adair County, OK (1) Delaware County, OK (4)  BentonCounty(163) Benton County (163)  CarrollCounty(63) Carroll County (63)  MadisonCounty(3) Madison County (3)  WashingtonCounty(124) Washington County (124)  BarryCountyMissouri(10) Barry County (10)  McDonaldCounty(1) McDonald County (1)  AdairCountyOklahoma(1) Adair County (1)  DelawareCounty(4) Delaware County (4)
Bentonville is the county seat for Benton County
Rogers is in Benton County
      Benton County (163)  
      Carroll County (63)  
      Madison County (3)  
      Washington County (124)  
      Barry County, Missouri (10)  
      McDonald County, Missouri (1)  
      Adair County, Oklahoma (1)  
      Delaware County, Oklahoma (4)  
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1 Arkansas, Benton County, Rogers — All Vietnam Veterans MemorialIn Memory Of
This memorial was erected in memory of the young individuals who went to war as kids and lost their youthful dreams, and some their lives, for a cause - freedom and honor - and came back as men with the horrors of war instilled in every fiber of . . . Map (db m62588) WM
2 Arkansas, Benton County, Rogers — Applegate Drugstore
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m224881) HM
3 Arkansas, Benton County, Rogers — Arvest Bank
The American National Bank built a new building on this corner in 1962. Prior to that year, it was located at 114 S. First Street and was the only bank in Rogers from 1931 until 1956. The bank was under the leadership of T.E. Harris, and his . . . Map (db m93332) HM
4 Arkansas, Benton County, Rogers — Bank of Rogers
114 South First Street A.O. Clarke, Architect Built 1905-1907 The Bank of Rogers building opened in 1907. By 1918, the building was home to the Farmers State Bank. In 1937, the American National Bank moved to this location, followed by the . . . Map (db m224882) HM
5 Arkansas, Benton County, Rogers — 59 — Camp Halleck at Osage Springs
Shortly after the Union Army of the Southwest entered Arkansas in February 1862, three divisions moved to Osage Springs in a bid to trap Confederate troops in their winter quarters. The trap failed, but the soldiers established Camp Halleck, . . . Map (db m224877) HM
6 Arkansas, Benton County, Rogers — Campbell House
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m224879) HM
7 Arkansas, Benton County, Rogers — Cross Hollows
This post office was established in 1843. Nov. 29, 1861, Gen. Ben McCulloch moved his army into winter quarters here. Numerous, large, two-room, plank barracks were built in two rows facing each other, extending eastward more than a mile. Ten or . . . Map (db m68788) HM
8 Arkansas, Benton County, Rogers — Cross Hollows
This site was donated to the Benton County Historical Society by Scarlett Biggs Wilson and Lara Wilson Rosenblum in honor of their parents/grandparents, Guy and Nell Biggs, early pioneers of the Cross Hollows area. Cross Hollows is recognized for . . . Map (db m68789) HM
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9 Arkansas, Benton County, Rogers — Daisy Airgun Museum202 W. Walnut — [Juhre Building] —
Charles Juhre built this building in 1894 for the Rogers Grocery Company. In 1900, the building was occupied by the J.W. Ford Grocery and Feed Store. In 1918, McGill's Drug Store was here and then, in 1925, it became The Corner Drug Store, which . . . Map (db m93335) HM
10 Arkansas, Benton County, Rogers — F-101B Voodoo
USAF Century Series aircraft flown by active interceptor squadrons, the Air Defense Command, and the Air National Guard from 1959 - 1983. The Voodoo is well known for its NATO role as a nuclear deterrent during the Cold War. The RF-101 . . . Map (db m62520) HM
11 Arkansas, Benton County, Rogers — First United Methodist ChurchA.O. Clarke, Architect — Built 1908 —
This building is a pinnacle of A.O. Clarke's interweaving use of limestone and brick, Romanesque arches, and stained glass window detail. In 1996, the historic sanctuary was renovated and is one of the highlights of the church. The trademark steeple . . . Map (db m93331) HM
12 Arkansas, Benton County, Rogers — Harris Baking Company1936
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m93328) HM
13 Arkansas, Benton County, Rogers — Historic Rogers Post Office Building1919
This building constructed in 1918-19 cost a total of $75,000 including the site, furnishings, and fixtures. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it served as the U.S. Post Office for Rogers for over four decades. These 1918 . . . Map (db m90744) HM
14 Arkansas, Benton County, Rogers — John Mylar House
has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior 1884Map (db m224898) HM
15 Arkansas, Benton County, Rogers — Mt. Hebron Church and Cemetery
1.6 acres for the purpose of establishing a church & cemetery. Donated by L.E. Mason & Ann Mason (wife) Deeded July 20, 1861. Trustees; Thomas Bingham Samuel H. Johnson John MasonMap (db m224875) HM
16 Arkansas, Benton County, Rogers — The Butterfield Overland Mail In Arkansas
To commemorate the Centennial passage, through Benton County of the First Westbound Stage coach on the Butterfield Overland Mail Route from St. Louis to San Francisco. Callahan's Tavern, the site of which is about a half a mile northeast of this . . . Map (db m216324) HM
17 Arkansas, Benton County, Rogers — 83 — Van Winkle's Mill
Peter Van Winkle’s saw mill cut lumber for Confederate soldiers’ winter quarters at Cross Hollow and Oxford Bend in early 1862. Gen. Earl Van Dorn’s Confederates used the mill to grind corn after their March 1862 defeat at Pea Ridge, and wounded men . . . Map (db m90738) HM
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18 Arkansas, Benton County, Rogers — Victory Theater
The Rogers Victory Theater Opened Monday, December 5, 1927, to a packed crowd of 750. First Production: "American Beauty" Notable Performers Over the Years: Will Rogers, Conway Twitty Designed by A.O. Clarke Built by John Myler It . . . Map (db m90740) HM
19 Arkansas, Benton County, Rogers — War Eagle Mill1832 ~ 1838 ~ 1873 ~ 1973
In 1832, Sylvanus Blackburn left Tennessee with a wagon and four oxen, and came to the War Eagle River valley in Arkansas. He spent the winter building a log home and clearing the land of his homestead. He brought his wife from Tennessee the next . . . Map (db m50367) HM
20 Arkansas, Benton County, Rogers — War Eagle Mills Farm
The Ozark Arts and Crafts Fair was founded on War Eagle Mills Farm by Lester and Blanche Elliott and friends in October 1954 for the purpose of giving recognition to Ozark artists and craftsmen who work with their hands and hearts to preserve the . . . Map (db m52066) HM
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Sep. 26, 2023