Agriculture
in Arkansas

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Arkansas
and the Great War

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Arkansas
and Reconstruction

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The Arkansas
Vietnam War Project

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FORGOTTEN:
The Arkansas Korean War Project

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A Nation Divided:
Arkansas and the Civil War

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The Art of Living:
Japanese American Creative Experience at Rohwer

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Digital Collections

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Agriculture in Arkansas

Agriculture has played a major role in Arkansas’s culture from territorial times through the present. Explore our extensive collection of materials related to the history of agriculture in Arkansas.

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Arkansas and the Great War

World War I depleted the young male population of the state and gave many Arkansans a new view of the world. Explore our collection of documents and oral histories related to Arkansas and the Great War.

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Timeline

Arkansas and Reconstruction

A chronology of Reconstruction in Arkansas and the United States, prepared by researchers at the CALS Butler Center for Arkansas Studies.

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Arkansas and the Vietnam War

This collection contains materials related to the experiences of Arkansans during the Vietnam War, both at home and on the field of battle.

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Forgotten: The Arkansas Korean War Project

This project combines interviews with Arkansas Korean War veterans and Arkansas-related Korean War materials to preserve this important history. Approximately 6,300 Arkansans served in the Korean War, including six who received the Congressional Medal of Honor.

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A Nation Divided: Arkansas and the Civil War

This collection is a premier resource for Civil War research in Arkansas.

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The Japanese American Experience in World War II Arkansas

From the Mabel Rose Jamison Vogel-Rosalie Santine Gould Collection, the CALS Butler Center has created a multimedia exhibition that showcases art created by internees at the Rohwer Relocation Center in Desha County and tells the story of creativity in the face of dire circumstances.

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