ⓘ St. Charles, Arkansas

St. Charles, Arkansas

ⓘ St. Charles, Arkansas

St. Charles is a town in Arkansas County, Arkansas, United States. The population was 230 at the 2010 census. The small town has been at the center of various events in Arkansas history. St. Charles is best known for the Battle of Saint Charles, which was fought on the White River, which borders the town. St. Charles is also known for being in the White River National Wildlife Refuge.

  • Cannabis in Arkansas was outlawed in 1923, and possession of small amounts remains a misdemeanor crime. Medical use is legal per a ballot initiative passed
  • in the Ozark St Francis National Forest southeast of Fayetteville. The river flows northwards from its source in northwest Arkansas loops up through
  • The St Mary s Catholic Church is a historic church building at 301 W. Highland in Paragould, Arkansas It was designed early in the career of Charles Eames
  • Brigade Separate 1 st Battalion, 153rd Infantry Regiment : Malvern, Arkansas 2nd Battalion, 153rd Infantry Regiment: Searcy, Arkansas 1 st Battalion, 206th
  • Company A in the 50th Regiment, Arkansas State Militia, Prairie County. Company K Enrolled at St Charles Arkansas on February 22, 1862, under the
  • St Edwards Church is a historic Roman Catholic church at 801 Sherman Street in Little Rock, Arkansas United States. Built in 1901, it is a handsome
  • the 1 st Rector 2nd Brooks and 3rd Peel Regiments, Northwest Division, District of Arkansas Colonel Peel was eventually superseded by Charles W.
  • season under head coach Charles Thomas, the team compiled a 3 5 record and outscored opponents by a total of 98 to 52. Arkansas Yearly Results 1900 - 1904
  • The 1 st Arkansas Consolidated Infantry 1865 was a Confederate Army infantry regiment during the American Civil War. This unit was created in April 1865

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