Pea Ridge campaign discussed at museum

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

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Staff photograph by Keith Bryant Troy Banzhaf, National Park Service Chief of Interpretation and Visitor Services at the Pea Ridge National Military Park, discussed the military action in Missouri that would ultimately lead to the battle at Pea Ridge at a program at the Bella Vista Historical Museum recently.
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Staff photograph by Keith Bryant Troy Banzhaf, National Park Service Chief of Interpretation and Visitor Services at the Pea Ridge National Military Park, discussed the military action in Missouri that would ultimately lead to the battle at Pea Ridge at a program at the Bella Vista Historical Museum recently.

The Pea Ridge Campaign, a series of civil war actions that led to the Battle of Pea Ridge, was the topic of a talk presented by Troy Banzhaf, National Park Service Chief of Interpretation and Visitor Services at the Pea Ridge National Military Park, at the Bella Vista Historical Museum Thursday, Feb. 8. Banzhaf led the discussion about the movements that led to the battle at Pea Ridge, which saw an estimated 22,000 soldiers fighting over Missouri.


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