Arkansas in the Civil War: A Military Atlas out June 10, 2016! Just in time for Father’s Day!
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Arkansas in the Civil War: A Military Atlas

Arkansas in the Civil War: A Military Atlas

While Arkansas now has seventy-five counties, there were only fifty-four represented on the original Confederate engineer’s map from which “Arkansas in the Civil War: A Military Atlas was digitized. The original map, housed in the National Archives, was based on the 1854 counties that made up the state. An additional twenty-one counties have been added throughout the years. Those not depicted in the atlas include:

Craighead (1859)
Cross (1862)
Woodruff (1862)
Little River (1867)
Sharp (1868)
Boone (1869)
Grant (1869)
Lincoln (1871)
Logan (1871)
Nevada (1871)
Baxter (1873)
Clay (1873)
Cleveland (1873)
Faulkner (1873)
Garland (1873)
Howard (1873)
Lee (1873)
Lonoke (1873)
Stone (1873)
Miller (1874)
Cleburne (1883)