"They Came LIke Demons", an excellent Trans-Mississippi Painting by Andy Thomas, of Carthage, Missouri, illustrates the Western End of the Prairie Grove, Arkansas, Battlefield. Available in a Print at www.andythomas.com, this image depicts what many think happened here, based on the Official Record, Diaries, Memoirs, and Letters.
Reassembled Stone Stack from Rhea's Mills, a few miles west of the Prairie Grove Battlefield. Years ago it was painstakingly taken down at the original location, brought to the Park, and carefully reassembled.
General Thomas Carmichael Hindman Monument at the base of the Rhea's Mills, Stack .
Ca. 1834 Latta House, brought from Evansville, Arkansas, and reassembled at the Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park.
Marker on the east end of the Log Latta House.
Beautiful early Arkansas Log Home, the Latta House can be seen at the Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park, in Prairie Grove, Arkansas.
Box Wagon at the Latta House, Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park, Prairie Grove, Arkansas.
John Morrow House from Cove Creek, Arkansas, now at the Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park. It was used by both Sterling Price, and Thomas Carmichael Hindman, at different times, as Headquarters.
Morrow House Marker
Looking west towards the Morrow House, Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park.
"Battlefield Detectives" Bonnie & Clyde, patroling the grounds, to insure that no rampaging squirrels, disturb historic artifacts, while attempting to bury acorns !
The Prairie Grove Battlefield is a beautifully preserved Arkansas State Park, and well worth a visit !