Emerald Park, North Little Rock, Arkansas. Short little hike. Overlooks the Arkansas River.

Emerald Park, North Little Rock, Arkansas. Short little hike. Overlooks the Arkansas River. Emerald Park, North Little Rock, Arkansas. Výhľad na rieku Arkansas.

I love Little Rock! This is a very good list ~ 9 Places You Can't Miss in Little Rock, Arkansas!

When you swing by Arkansas' capital city, make sure you visit these 9 Places you Can't Miss in Little Rock!

Little Rock’s 10 Best Cultural Restaurants: Eating Out in Arkansas

The 10 Best Restaurants In Little Rock, Arkansas

Top 10 Little Rock, AK cultural restaurants

The Little Rock Nine were a group of African American students enrolled in Little Rock Central High School in 1957. The ensuing Little Rock Crisis, in which the students were initially prevented from entering the racially segregated school by Arkansas Governor Orval Faubus, and then attended after the intervention of President Eisenhower, is considered to be one of the most important events in the African American Civil Rights Movement.

The Little Rock Nine Are Now Eight: The Ancestors Bring Home Jefferson Thomas

The Little Rock Nine were an integral part of the Civil Rights Movement. They were a group of African Americans that were racially segregated.

Little Rock, Arkansas offers a variety of vibrant nightlife, exciting entertainment, and amazing dining. Visit one of the souths most charming and historical cities and see what things to do in Little Rock would make the top of your list.

Top Things to do in Little Rock, Arkansas

Little Rock Arkansas offers a variety of vibrant nightlife, exciting entertainment, and amazing dining. Visit one of the souths most charming and historical cities and see what things to do in Little Rock would make the top of your list.

The River Market District is one of the top things to do in Little Rock, Arkansas. This guide focuses on what to see, where to eat, and where to shop till you drop (of course).

Guide to the River Market District

The River Market District is one of the top things to do in Little Rock, Arkansas. This guide focuses on what to see, where to eat, and where to shop till you drop (of course).

Daisy Bates – "Civil rights activist, publisher, journalist. In 1957, she helped nine African American students to become the first to attend the all-white Central High School in Little Rock, who became known as the Little Rock Nine. She and her husband also started the Arkansas State Press - a voice for Civil rights, even before the nationally recognised movement had emerged."

Daisy Lee Gatson Bates (November 1914 – November was an American civil rights activist, publisher, journalist, and lecturer who played a leading role in the Little Rock Integration Crisis of

The Old Mill in Little Rock, #Arkansas is a	historic re-creation of an 1880's water-powered grist mill. It is in the opening scenes of the classic movie "Gone WithThe Wind." and features sculptures by Senor Dionicio Rodriguez. http://www.northlittlerock.org/entries.aspx?id=233

little-rock-old-mill-pugh-park.jpg Pugh Memorial Park, North Little Rock, AR. The Old Mill in North Little Rock

"The Little Rock Nine" --These 9 teenagers integrated the white high school in Little Rock, AR.  They were kicked, ridiculed, threatened, called every name, spat on, ignored, and had acid thrown in their faces. Pres. Eisenhower ordered federal protection, and Melba Patillo Beals in her book "Warriors Don't Cry" credits their body guards of the 101st airborne as their saviors. All have lead highly successful lives. And all are heroes.

The Little Rock Nine was the first group of African American students to attend Little Rock Central High School in Arkansas.

After moving to Arkansas in 2010 we’ve found there is so many fun things to do around Little Rock…and all around Arkansas!

Plan a staycation this summer! Tricia Goyer shares what to do in and around Little Rock, Arkansas with your family

FREE Things to do in Little Rock, Arkansas  |  Traveling with MJ

FREE Things to do in Little Rock, Arkansas

FREE Things to do in Little Rock, Arkansas | Traveling with MJ

This guide to Main Street, Little Rock in Arkansas tells you what to see, where to shop, and where to eat in this swanky Little Rock must-see.

Guide to Main Street Little Rock

This guide to Main Street, Little Rock in Arkansas tells you what to see, where to shop, and where to eat in this swanky Little Rock must-see.

Little Rock's unique River Market is the vibrant epicenter of downtown's entertainment district. The River Market serves as the hub for capital city entertainment and family fun. Featuring two open-air pavilions, a 7,500 seat amphitheatre on the banks of the Arkansas River and an unparalleled indoor bazaar, the district offers an eclectic mix of shopping, cuisine, live music, art and the annual Farmers' Market.

Little Rock River Market, Arkansas

The Old Mill park in full bloom in Little Rock, Arkansas, one of my favorite places to visit.

You Probably Never Thought You'd Be Jealous Of Arkansas, But You Will Be After Seeing These 25 Photos

Two Bridges, The Old Mill, Arkansas photo via wonderfulife Just beautiful!

La Petite Roche (The Little Rock) is a small rock formation on the Arkansas River originally used by early river traffic as a landmark which later became a well-known river crossing, Little Rock, Arkansas, circa 1965. - Archive Photos/Getty Images

See Little Rock in One Day

La Petite Roche (The Little Rock) is a small rock formation on the Arkansas River originally used by early river traffic as a landmark which later became a well-known river crossing, Little Rock, Arkansas, circa - Archive Photos/Getty Images

1957 — Little Rock Nine. In this 1957 picture, Elizabeth Eckford of what became known as “The Little Rock Nine” is seen being followed and threatened by an angry white mob on her way to class, as one of the first African-American students to ever attend classes at Little Rock Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas.

The 50 Most Powerful Pictures In American History

Elizabeth Eckford endures with dignity the jeers of a mob during the desegregation of Little Rock Central High School. The look of venom on Hazel Bryan’s face is just scary.

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