Do you have an image related to the Civil War in Arkansas that you would like to add to the Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial Commission photo gallery? If so, please e-mail a 300-dpi scan, a suggested caption, and a statement that you are giving permission for the ACWSC to place it on the website to acwsc@arkansasheritage.org. Not all images that are submitted will be placed in the photo gallery.

The 29th Iowa Infantry Regiment at Helena. Courtesy Butler Center for Arkansas Studies, Central Arkansas Library System, Little Rock.2nd Kansas Battery, Fort Smith, Arkansas, November 12, 1864. Courtesy of Jules Martino.9th Arkansas at the State Capitol in Little Rock, AR. Courtesy of William Hardage.
9th Wisconsin at Reed's Bridge Battlefield in 2009. Courtesy of William Hardage.
Amanda Driver, Arkansas Historic Preservation Program’s Education Outreach Coordinator, shows off her newly stamped passport during the press conference to announce the start of the Passport Program.A Civil War re-enactor in front of the Old State House Museum during the April 30, 2011 Arkansas Heritage Month and Civil War Sesquicentennial Kickoff events.Civil War re-enactors during the April 30, 2011 Arkansas Heritage Month and Civil War Sesquicentennial Kickoff events at the Old State House Museum in Little Rock, Arkansas.Living history actors Ian Beard and Ellen Lewis during the April 30, 2011 Arkansas Heritage Month and Civil War Sesquicentennial Kickoff events at the Old State House Museum in Little Rock, Arkansas.Civil War re-enactors during the April 30, 2011 Arkansas Heritage Month and Civil War Sesquicentennial Kickoff events at the Old State House Museum in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Union Troops Capture Fort Hindman at Arkansas Post, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. Courtesy, Butler Center for Arkansas Studies, Central Arkansas Library System, Little Rock.
The historical marker “Battle of Arkansas Post” was dedicated on Thursday, January 20, 2011 near Gillett in Arkansas County. Those photographed with the newly unveiled marker include: [l. to r.] John Cover, Brad Haynes, Lewis Wells and Glenn Mosenthin.  P
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