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Fort Smith, Sebastian, Arkansas, USA - Central M. E. Church South, and Parsonage, Fort Smith, Ark.
Fort Smith, Sebastian, Arkansas, USA
Central M. E. Church South, and Parsonage, Fort Smith, Ark.
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Fort Smith, Sebastian, Arkansas, USA - Free Bridge, Fort Smith, Ark.
Fort Smith, Sebastian, Arkansas, USA
Free Bridge, Fort Smith, Ark.
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Fort Smith, Sebastian, Arkansas, USA - Garrison Avenue from 9th Street Looking West, Fort Smith, Ark. (1941)
Fort Smith, Sebastian, Arkansas, USA
Garrison Avenue from 9th Street Looking West, Fort Smith, Ark. (1941)
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Fort Smith, Sebastian, Arkansas, USA
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News 1860 - DISASTROUS CONFLAGRATION AT FORT SMITH. LOSS ESTIMATED AT $200,000.
Fort Smith, Ark., Thursday, Sept. 20.
This morning, at about 4 o'clock, a fire broke out in this place, which resulted in the destruction of the City Hotel and the GARRISON block of buildings.

The value of the buildings which were destroyed was about $100,000, and the following additional losses were sustained on merchandise, furniture, &c.:
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News 1860 - Hanging of Horse Thieves in Arkansas.
FORT SMITH, Ark., Oct. 4.
This afternoon a man named Martin H. Gilliam, alias Wm. Owen, formerly of Johnstown, Bates county, Missouri, was hung for horse stealing in the presence of a large concourse of citizens. - He was arrested some weeks since, and an effort made to hang him, during which he broke away from the rope, and was shot down while i... Read MORE...

1863 - September 1 - Federal troops reconquer Fort Smith Arkansas

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1888 - Hail and Wind Storm
Fort Smith, Arkansas: a destructive hail and wind storm visited this place on the 25th. Four small houses were demolished, and forty buildings were damaged, principally by hail. The lowest estimate of the value of the property destroyed is $25,000. This storm lasted from 8:30 to 10 p.m., the precipitation during that time being 2.32 inches. The hai... Read MORE...

News 1898 - TORNADO AT FORT SMITH. About Forty People Were Killed and Scores Injured.
The Wind Swept Through the City, Clearing a Wide Path,

Crushing Dwellings, Churches and Big Business Blocks,

Burying the Inmates Under Piles of Brick and Timbers.

Fire Broke Out and Consumed Many of the Victims,

Who Had Been Imprisoned by the Falling Debris.

Other Sections of Arkanas Feel the Effects of the Blow - The Long List of Id... Read MORE...

News 1909 - FIREBUGS START A $300,000 FIRE AT FT. SMITH
Ft. Smith, Ark., May 17. - Fire here today destroyed the Ft. Smith Compress and it's contents of five thousand bales of cotton. The loss is estimated at $300,000, covered by insurance. It is believed that the fire was incendiary origin as the flames broke out simultaneously in a dozen different places in the yard.
Chillicothe Constitution
Chillicothe, Missouri
May 17, 1909


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