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  • During the [[Civil War]], Little Rock, population 3,727 (2,874 white, 853 black), was the site '''Crises and Civil Rights'''
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  • '''McClelland Consulting Engineers''' provided civil engineering and geotechnical services in the construction of the [[Clinton
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  • ...ty]], design review engineer [[Tad Borkowski]], and a design team of staff engineers. Reporting to Bill Henry were systems engineer [[Brian Vines]] and engineer
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  • ...rary on the route of regional bus tours to related sites like the National Civil Rights Museum and Graceland in Memphis. * [[McClelland Consulting Engineers]]
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  • ====Civil War==== ====Civil Rights Struggle====
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  • [[Category:Civil engineers]]
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  • ...through Little Rock, Arkansas. The mouth of the creek was the site of a [[Civil War]] engagement between Union and Confederate Troops called the [[Battle o ...and Recreation]] calls the creek Fourche Bottoms. The [[U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Little Rock District]] refers to the creek's 90,000 acre watershed as the
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  • '''Benjamin J. Bartlett''' was the founder of [[Cromwell Architects Engineers]] in Little Rock, Arkansas. ...ed in the 45th Massachusetts Infantry and 4th Heavy Artillery during the [[Civil War]]. On April 1, 1885, the [[State of Arkansas]] approved the drafting of
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  • During the [[Civil War]] Iowa troops may have fought a major skirmish with the Confederates at ...est down Highway 319. The park is administered by the [[U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Little Rock District]].
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