Judge Jonas Tebbetts, a Northern sympathizer, built Headquarters House in 1853. Tebbetts was jailed by Gen. Ben McCulloch and then finally released to go to St. Louis for the duration of the Civil War. The house was used at various times as headquarters for both the Federal and Confederate armies. The Battle of Fayetteville was fought on the house grounds and across the street on April 18, 1863. One of the doors still carries the hole made by a minie ball.
Summers, Arkansas | Some 622 gray-clad patriots who fought and fell in the Civil War battles of Prairie Grove, Pea Ridge and elsewhere around this corner of Arkansas lie together in a quiet grove on East Mountain.
Garfield, Arkansas | The site, home of The battle of Pea Ridge, was one of the largest battles west of the Mississippi River. The park is considered one of the most pristine in the National Park System.
Prairie Grove, Arkansas | The site preserves 850 acres of the battlefield where 22,000 men from the Union Army of the Frontier and Confederate Army of the Trans-Mississippi clashed on December 7, 1862.