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Donation to Fort Smith Museum of History

Donation to Fort Smith Museum of History

A portion of the proceeds from the 2017 Steel Horse Rally goes to help support our charities and today a check for $4000.00 went to the Fort Smith Museum of History. Thanks to everyone who made these donations possible!

We really appreciate the way these fine people get involved with the rally, they organized the Bike show and the Antique Motorcycle exhibit to concede with the 2017 Rally. What a great asset both of these events were for us this year!

The Fort Smith Museum of History is located at 320 Rogers Ave Fort Smith AR.

The mission of the Fort Smith Museum of History is to collect, preserve, exhibit and interpret objects of historical significance relevant to the founding and growth of Fort Smith and the region.
Visitors may view a time line of Fort Smith history including artifacts belonging to John Rogers, Benjamin Bonneville, Judge Isaac C Parker and William O. darby, founder of the Darby’s Rangers in World War II. A 1920’s soda fountain offers old fashioned ice cream sodas, floats and sundaes. Learn about U. S. Marshal Bass Reeves and African American history in Fort Smith. View a saddle that belonged to outlaw Belle Starr

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