• Rifle Regiment arriving at Belle Point, 1817. Artwork by Michael Haynes

    Fort Smith

    National Historic Site AR,OK

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Photo Gallery

The Fort Smith National Historic Site is proud to house several items of historical relevance and importance, as well as being able to provide a catalyst for many community members to have the chance to interact with a more personal empathy towards their city, state, and national history. Many of these exhibits/buildings/events/people are captured in digital or print form and inspire their own perspective of historical relevance and memory, and we provide the best of said images here.

If you have any photos you would like to see on this page (with as much credit as you wish,) please send them via this link. The photos will be reviewed for public presentation and will be added within a separate photo element. The Fort Smith National Historic Site is owned by the American taxpayers, and your contributions (in any form) help make a visit to the Site a more personal, relevant, and enjoyable experience.


 

Did You Know?

Parker seated at his bench in 6th Street courtroom

The only known image of Judge Parker in his courtroom is this one from the federal courthouse on Sixth Street which dates from the 1890s. There are no photographs of the courtroom located in the former military barracks.