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5th Annual Red River Heritage Symposium: “The Gathering Storm

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The 5th Annual Red River Heritage Symposium will take place on Saturday, July 23, at Historic Washington State Park. The conference topics will focus on “The Gathering Storm” of the beginning years of the Civil War in the Great Bend Region of the Red River, which encompasses Southwest Arkansas, Northwest Louisiana, Northeast Texas, and Southeast Oklahoma. The event will take place at the 1914 Schoolhouse Auditorium of Historic Washington State Park.

Specific topics and speakers include: “Wilson’s Creek: The Manassas of the Trans-Mississippi” by Dr. William Piston, Professor of History at Missouri State University in Springfield; “Washington and the 1860 Election” by Josh Williams, Curator at Historic Washington State Park; “Uncovering early Civil War Battlefields” by Carl Carlson-Drexler of the Arkansas Archeological Survey at Southern Arkansas University; and “The Hempstead Rifles: Volunteers for the Cause” by Keenan Williams, a local historian from Hope Arkansas.
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