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Sandwiching in History: Potts Inn

In May, AHPP’s “Sandwiching in History” tours the Potts Inn in Pottsville, Pope County! Join us for this live and in-person tour on Friday, May 5, at noon! When Kirkbride Potts constructed his house in 1858, it immediately became a station along John Butterfield’s new stagecoach route, which opened that same year to deliver mail and passengers to and from the West Coast. Potts’s home served as an inn for travelers to spend the night and as a post office with Potts himself as the postmaster. The community that grew up around the station was later named Pottsville in his

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Sandwiching in History: Jacob Wolf House

In October, AHPP’s Sandwiching in History tours the Jacob Wolf House Historic Site at 13775 HWY 5 S. in Norfork, Baxter Co.! Join us October 6 at noon! Constructed by Jacob Wolf in 1829 as the first permanent courthouse for territorial-era Izard County, the Jacob Wolf House is today the last remaining two-story dog-trot public structure in the United States. The building served early settlers finding their way into the central highlands of north Arkansas. People from the region would camp on the grounds to socialize while court was in session. John P. Houston, brother of American legend Sam Houston,

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Sandwiching in History: Presbyterian Village

For June’s Sandwiching in History tour, Join AHPP at the Presbyterian Village in Little Rock! The tour begins June 2, at noon! When it opened in 1965, Presbyterian Village was a novel concept in healthcare for the Little Rock area. Rather than focusing on one aspect of senior care, such as independent living or nursing home care, Presbyterian Village was designed to provide progressive care that could evolve with a senior citizen’s changing healthcare needs. In offering multi-level care to the elderly, Presbyterian Village remained the only healthcare facility of its type in the area until the mid-1970s. Due to

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Sandwiching in History: Laman Plaza Gazebo

Join us on December 1 at noon for Sandwiching in History’s final tour of 2023! We will visit the Laman Plaza Gazebo, 2801 Orange St. in North Little Rock! Designed by notable architect E. Fay Jones, the Laman Plaza Gazebo was erected as part of the ambitious Military Heights Urban Renewal Project in North Little Rock, which was the first such project to be undertaken in the state of Arkansas. Installed in 1972, the Laman Plaza Gazebo was the last piece of the project completed during Mayor Casey Laman’s tenure. The gazebo was a significant, though often overlooked, example of

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Sandwiching In History: Taylor Log House/Hollywood Plantation

In November, AHPP will be Sandwiching in History at the Taylor Log House and Site at 184 Plantation Ln. in Tillar, Drew County! Join us November 3 at noon! The Taylor House was built in 1846 by Dr. John Taylor and his wife, Mary Robertson Taylor. The two-story, dogtrot-style house is on the west bank of Bayou Bartholomew. It was the hub of the 11,000-acre Hollywood Plantation. The Taylor House was donated to the University of Arkansas at Monticello in 2012. Extensive restoration work was completed in 2022, and the site will be used to interpret the history of one

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Sandwiching in History: Fort Logan H. Roots

September 1, at noon, AHPP’s Sandwiching in History tours Fort Logan H. Roots at Circle Drive in North Little Rock! Parking info: Enter campus via Pershing Blvd.; recommended parking is by the west side of Circle Drive; meet at parade grounds. Crowning the top of Big Rock Mountain in North Little Rock, Fort Roots was established in 1893 as a training facility for the U.S. Army, which acquired the land in a swap with the City of Little Rock for the old U.S. Arsenal. When Camp Pike replaced Fort Roots in 1917 to train greater numbers of men during World

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