Little Rock Campaign Driving Tour
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Outlines the 1863 advance by Union forces who seized the state capitol. The tour includes detailed exhibit panels at seven roadside pullouts that are accessible from I-40 between Little Rock and Lonoke. Stops include: Brownsville Cemetery on Ark. 31 north of Lonoke; Reed's Bridge on Ark. 161 in Jacksonville; Ashley's Mill at the intersection of Walkers Corner and Alexander Roads in Scott; River Crossing off U.S. 165 near Baucum Corner; Bayou Fourche in Pratt Remmel Park off I-440; stone monument at 6200 Fourche Dam Pike Road; Riverfront Park in downtown Little Rock. Downloadable brochure available.