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UALR Center for Arkansas History and Culture
D. P. Upham Collection, 1865-1883
0.25 Linear feet.5 document boxes
Scope and Content
This material includes correspondence from Upham to his wife and brother and miscellaneous items.
This collection was originally numbered H-11 and is part of the J. N. Heiskell Historical Collection, courtesy Arkansas Gazette Foundation.
D. P. Upham came to Arkansas in 1865 with General Shaler as part of the 7th Army Corps and was stationed at Devalls Bluff. After the war, Upham and his brother Henry became engaged in various business activities in Arkansas, including part ownership of a saloon, managing general stores, and selling goods by consignment along the Arkansas River. Upham lived at Devalls Bluff, and later moved to Woodruff County, Arkansas, where he was elected to the legislature and was appointed chancery clerk for Woodruff County in 1869. At the outbreak of the Brooks-Baxter War, Upham became a militia commander and U.S. Marshal for the Western District of Arkansas. He was actively engaged in combat operations during this period and was wounded in an assassination attempt. In later years, Upham returned to his home and farm. He died in 1883.
For additional information, see
The Encyclopedia of Arkansas History and Culture entry on
D. P. Upham (1832-1882)
This collection is available for viewing at the Arkansas Studies Institute.
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D. P. Upham Collection, 1865-1883, UALR.MS.0158. UALR Center for Arkansas History and Culture, Arkansas Studies Institute, Little Rock
Footnote or Endnote citation:
Description of item, file number, D.P. Upham Collection, 1865-1883, UALR.MS.0158.