United Daughters of the Confederacy ®
The Arkansas Division, United Daughters of the Confederacy, the Arkansas Division of the Children of the Confederacy, the Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial Commission, and the Arkansas Humanities Council requests your presents at a Sesquicentennial Commission Historical Marker dedication, on May 4, 2013. Starting time will be 2:00 PM. The place where the dedication well be held is at the community center at Tulip, Arkansas. Tulip is located on Highway #9 between Malvern and Princeton, Arkansas.
The program will include the dedication service and a short history of “Tulip During the Civil War” and will include history of this important antebellum town. The town was once dubbed as the “Athens of Arkansas” by the illustrous Albert Pike, because of it’s prosperous, cultivated class of people and it’s two outstanding schools.
Those attending should allow time to visit the historic Tulip Cemetery where many Confederate Soldiers are buried and others important to Arkansas history. Also, a must stop should be the Jenkins’ Ferry Battlefield State Park, nearby.
We will be looking forward to seeing you on May 4th, at 2:00 PM at Tulip, Arkansas.