Historically interesting places
Little Rock Central High
Little Rock Central High School, in the town of Little Rock, is a very high
school steeped in history. The high school was built in 1927 and at that time it
was the most expensive school in the United States with a construction cost of $
1.5 million. Little Rock Central High School became world-famous, albeit sad, in
1957. Three years after the official abolition of schools, the then governor of
Arkansas, Orval Faubus, refused to accept the first African American students,
the Little Rock Nine. access to the building. He had the National Guard deployed
on the first day of school. This caused a corresponding outcry from the
population and the involvement of US President Dwight D. Eisenhower, who put the
Arkansas police and army units under federal command. The President also
dispatched a U.S. Airborne Division to protect the affected students. Because of
this event and the related historical importance for Little Rock Central High
School in 1982 declared National Historic Landmark. Admitted to the National
Register of Historic Places. It is one of the 16 historic sites in Arkansas.
There is also a visitor center on the school building, which shows an exhibition
on the history of the school. The school is still in operation today and is
considered one of the best high schools in the entire United States. included in
the National Register of Historic Places. It is one of the 16 historic sites in
Arkansas. There is also a visitor center on the school building, which shows an
exhibition on the history of the school. The school is still in operation today
and is considered one of the best high schools in the entire United States.
included in the National Register of Historic Places. It is one of the 16
historic sites in Arkansas. There is also a visitor center on the school
building, which shows an exhibition on the history of the school. The school is
still in operation today and is considered one of the best high schools in the
entire United States.
Across the street is the Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site.
It was inaugurated in 1998. In the visitor center of the memorial, which opened
in 2006, visitors will find a very good multimedia exhibition on the events at
the high school.
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||1500 Park Street
Little Rock, Arkansas 72202
Toltec Mounds Archeological
The Toltec Mounds Archeological State Park, also known as Knapp Mounds, is an
important archaeological site near the town of Scott in eastern Arkansas. In
total there are 18 Indian burial mounds. These represent the largest complex of
this type in Arkansas. It is believed that this site dates back to AD 600. until
AD 1050 was inhabited by the so-called Plum Bayou culture. The Toltec Mounds
Archeological State Park has been a National Historic Landmark since 1978.
President Clinton Birthplace Home National Historic Site
The President William Jefferson Clinton Birthplace Home National Historic Site
is the birthplace of former US President Bill Clinton. The house where Clinton
spent the first 4 years of his life dates from 1917 and has been a National
Historic Site since 2010. The President William Jefferson Clinton Birthplace
Home National Historic Site is located in the city of Hope in southwest
||117 S Hervey Street
Hope, Arkansas 71801
Fort Smith National Historic Site
The Fort Smith National Historic Site is located on the banks of the Arkansas
River in the states of Arkansas and Oklahoma. The Fort Smith National Historic
Site was established in 1961 with the aim of protecting the two historically
interesting forts from the 19th century. Particular attention is paid to Fort
Smith from 1817, which also plays an important role in relation to the "Trail of
Tears". Fort Smith has been on the list of National Historic Landmarks since
1960. The total area of the National Historic Site is approximately 300,000
mē. Here you can imagine a little better what the life of the soldiers on the
border to the former Indian Territory must have been like.
||301 Parker Avenue
Fort Smith, Arkansas 72901
Special buildings and structures
Arkansas State Capitol in Little Rock
The Arkansas State Capitol in Little Rock City is the seat of
government of the state. The Arkansas State Capitol was built from 1899 to 1915.
It is strange that the Arkansas State Capitol was built according to the plans
for the Montana State Capitol, although this design was actually in the state of
Montana, what was canceled due to suspected fraud should be implemented. The
Arkansas State Capitol was built on the site of a prison and its inmates had to
help with the construction. Due to a measurement error, the north-south facing
Arkansas State Capitol does not fit into the city's street map. The building was
made of sandstone and can be attributed to the style of the revolutionary
architecture. There are several monuments on the surrounding grounds, such as a
replica of the Liberty Bell from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
||500 Woodlane Drive
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
Arkansas Old State House in Little Rock
The Arkansas Old State House, in the town of Little Rock, is the state's first
state capitol, dating from 1836. The building was built in the style of the
Greek Revival and is the oldest surviving state house west of the Mississippi.
Housed in the Arkansas Old State House is the Arkansas History Museum, which is
dedicated to the history of the state.
||300 W. Markham
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
The Old Mill in Little Rock
The Old Mill, in the town of Little Rock, is a reconstruction of a historic mill
from the 1880s. The reconstruction was completed in 1933. The Old Mill is known
from the opening scene of the film "Gone with the Wind". In addition to the
excellent qualities for a great photo, The Old Mill also offers an insight into
the history of Little Rock. Sculptures by Dionicio Rodriguez can also be
||3800 Lakeshore Drive
Little Rock, Arkansas 7211
Old Main in Fayetteville
Old Main is the oldest structure on the University of Arkansas campus in the
city of Fayetteville. Old Main is the landmark of the university, but also of
higher education in Arkansas in general. Old Main was built from 1873 to 1875 in
the architectural style of the Second Empire.
||1125 West Maple Street
Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701
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