Fort Smith

Fort Smith is the name of several locations:

  • Fort Smith, Northwest Territories, Canada
  • Fort Smith, Arkansas, United States
  • Fort Smith National Historic Site, in Fort Smith, Arkansas
  • Fort Smith (Louisiana), a former Confederate fort in what is now Bossier City, Louisiana

Other articles related to "fort smith, forts, fort":

Malco Theatres - Present Day - Current Theatre Locations - Arkansas
... Cinema (Rogers) The Sunset (Springdale) The Razorback (Fayetteville) Fort Smith Cinema (Fort Smith) Mall Trio (Fort Smith) Hollywood Cinema (Jonesboro) Hollywood Cinema (Monticello) Van Buren Cinema (Van Buren) ...
Matthew Arbuckle - Military Career
... four of whose companies he led in 1821 to reinforce Fort Smith on the Arkansas River ... the regiment farther west, establishing Cantonments (later Forts) Gibson and later Towson, the first military posts in the Indian Territory (now Oklahoma) ... As commander at Fort Gibson, he was responsible for constructing roads and maintaining peaceful relations between the Indian tribes indigenous to the region and those ...
List Of Arkansas Area Codes
... state (originally specifically not Little Rock metro, Fort Smith or Northwest Arkansas) ... January 2002, area code 479 broke from 501, giving Fort Smith and Northwest Arkansas their own calling code ... Arkansas 479, which serves northwestern Arkansas, including Fort Smith and Fayetteville 501, which serves the Little Rock area and central Arkansas 870, which serves eastern and southern ...
John H. Rogers (Arkansas Politician)
... In 1869 he moved to Fort Smith, Arkansas and practiced law in that city ... and returned to Arkansas to resume his law practice in Fort Smith ... Rogers was interred in Oak Cemetery, Fort Smith, Arkansas ...

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