Ark Hwy 8
Fordyce, AR 71660
Marks' Mills was one of four battles that defined the limits of Union Gen. Frederick Steele's foray into south Arkansas during the Red River campaign of 1864. Following the crushing Federal defeat, Steele abandoned Camden and retreated to Little Rock.
Mount Elba Battlefield
Rison, Arkansas | This site marks the location of the March 30, 1864 skirmish at the town of Mount Elba between Confederate and Union forces involved...
Camp White Sulphur Springs Confederate Cemetery
Pine Bluff, Arkansas | During the Civil War, the area served as both a staging and training facility for the Confederate army and a Confederate...
Jenkins' Ferry State Park
Leola, Arkansas | On April 29 and 30, 1864, Union troops fought off an attack by the Confederates and, using an inflatable pontoon bridge, crossed the...
Fort Southerland Park
Camden, Arkansas | This historic site is an excellently preserved example of urban Civil War defensive earthworks.
McCollum-Chidester House Museum
Camden, Arkansas | Union Gen. Frederick Steele made this house his headquarters when he occupied the city of Camden in 1864, during the Battle of...