Virtual Sandwiching in History: Reed’s Bridge Battlefield Heritage Park

Virtual Sandwiching in History: Reed’s Bridge Battlefield Heritage Park
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Arkansas Historic Preservation Program
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Aug 06, 12:00PM
Aug 06, 12:45PM
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August 6th – Reed’s Bridge Battlefield Heritage Park, Jacksonville; Sandwiching in History Tours will continue to be virtual this year with a line up of unique sites from around our state. These tours premiere on Facebook the first Friday* of each month at noon and are archived on our YouTube channel.

*Dates can vary so please see calendar for specific information.

The Action at Reed’s Bridge, also known as the Action at Bayou Meto, was a Civil War battle fought in the fall of 1863 that resulted in slowing the advance of Union troops toward the city of Little Rock. After the Reed’s Bridge was burned by retreating Confederate forces, Union and Confederate forces fought across the banks of Bayou Meto, a slow-moving stream in Pulaski County. The Confederate forces were able to hold back the Union southern advance for a short time; however, Union forces eventually captured Little Rock in September of 1863. Today, the Reed’s Bridge Battlefield Heritage Park is run by the city of Jacksonville with help from the Jacksonville Military Museum.

This virtual event will be premiere on Facebook and YouTube

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