This category lists sites which present the history of an era or region through collections in museums composed of historic artifacts located in Arkansas.
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Arkansas Post Museum
History from the end of the Civil War to the present day through documents and artifacts at Gillett.
Heritage House Museum of Montgomery County
Collection features artifacts and memorabilia of local history between 1800-1975, with special emphasis on effects and contributions of the timber industry, quartz crystal, and Lake Ouachita. Includes photo gallery, hours, membership, map/directions. Located in Mount Ida.
Museum of the Arkansas Grand Prairie
The history of agriculture and pioneers who farmed the area at Stuttgart, AR.
Old Independence Regional Museum
Preserves and presents the history of the twelve present counties which were at one time all part of Independence County. Includes details of the collection, a visitor's guide, school tours, a program schedule and member enrollment. Located in Batesville.
The Old State House Museum
Exhibits and preserves the history of Arkansas from statehood onward. Located in the oldest state capitol building west of the Mississippi, in Little Rock. Includes floor plan, hours, events and location.
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