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The influx of white settlers into the Pea Ridge area of Arkansas began during the decade prior to Arkansas statehood in and continued through the s. Pea Ridge became one of the earlier college towns in Arkansas, offering business instruction, music education, and training teachers for early northwest Arkansas schools.

As part of the rapidly expanding economy of northwest Arkansas, Pea Ridge is poised for ificant growth during the first decade of the twenty-first century. Louisiana Purchase through Early Statehood Pea Ridge dates to August 6,when its first post office was established.

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Wallace was the first postmaster. Before white settlers began arriving in the late s, the region had been home to several Native American tribes. The Indian groups and the settlers arriving from Tennessee and other states valued these peas as a food source for families and as a forage crop for livestock. The peas, commonly known as hog peanuts or turkey peas, are still found, but in limited quantities. Before the Civil Wararea ro were few and undeveloped.

Access from other regions was by horseback, wagon, or stagecoach on what became known as Old Wire Road. In the late s, this road became part of the Trail of Tearsover which many Cherokee and other tribes moved on their way to Oklahoma reservations, having been forced from homes in the southeastern states.

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Spring-fed streams are plentiful in northwest Arkansas. The settlement which became Pea Ridge began at the western edge of the original town site, near a spring that provided a water supply. Foster is thought to have built the first house at Pea Ridge and also established the first store, across the trail from his house. As streets were formed, the original main street began at the Foster Store and extended three blocks east. Civil War through Reconstruction Old Wire Road, which took its name from the telegraph lines running beside it afterpassed through the area five miles east of Pea Ridge, providing a connection north to Springfield, Missouri, and south to Fayetteville Washington County and Fort Smith Sebastian County.

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Beforemail for Pea Ridge was dropped at Elkhorn Inn and Taverna stagecoach stop, and carried to the town by horseback, buggy, or wagon. This was the largest Civil War engagement west of the Mississippi River and is credited with preserving Missouri for the Union. Pea Ridge National Military Park, on the battlefield site, was created by Congress in and dedicated in Although the town of Pea Ridge did not suffer ificant physical damage in the war, the times were hard.

As a seceded state, Arkansas officially supported the Confederacy, but the support was not unanimous in northwest Arkansas. Some families with roots in Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio held Union sympathies. Movement of military units through the area brought instability and insecurity as control shifted many times. Pea Ridge settlers were mostly farm families. Early farms usually focused more on supplying family needs and less on production of crops for market.

Most families kept livestock, raised large gardens, and harvested wild berries, such as the plentiful blackberries. As community life developed, farm families could market corn, oats, wheattobacco, butter and cream, eggs, and meats.

For unknown reasons possibly low enrollment and inadequate fundsthe school closed in After five years, the school, sponsored by the Masonic lodge, the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, and local patrons, was moved into Pea Ridge where, ina two-story brick schoolhouse was erected. The school was granted a charter as an academy inand in —88, the building was enlarged to accommodate pupils. Professor Roberts directed the academy until Nannie Roberts, his sister, devoted her long career to teaching younger pupils at Pea Ridge Academy and later in the public school.

Bythe academy was known as the Pea Ridge Masonic College. It operated untiloffering elementary, high school, and college-level instruction. Then, as community sentiment favored forming a public school system, the college was closed, and the property deeded to the Pea Ridge Public School. Inthe school district dismantled the college building and constructed a one-story building on the site. Principal Joe Roulhac, a noted local educator and carpenter, supervised the de and construction. Extra wings were added in the late s and early s. This community landmark, which housed the entire school beforeserved as home of the Pea Ridge High School untilwhen a new high school complex was completed on West Pickens Road.

The building was finally razed in March after estimated costs to update the aging building to current school standards, or to convert it to other community uses, were determined to be prohibitive. The Bank of Pea Ridge, incorporated inwas one of only two banks in Benton County that did not fail during the Depression. After fifty-seven years in its original downtown location, the bank moved in to a new facility at Curtis Avenue and Leetown Road, where the new town center was developing.

The Pea Ridge Community Library occupies the old bank building downtown. Through the years, many businesses have come and gone in Pea Ridge, such as the Pea Ridge Canning Company, which for long years canned tomatoes under various brands, supplying some local families a cash income during lean times.

The building was destroyed by fire in Januaryand the plant never reopened. It was finally removed in to make room for an expanding building materials business. Pea Ridge City Hall occupies a restored historic s building at East Pickens, ly the site of cafes, markets, and medical offices.

Inrural electricity was extended to the farms around Pea Ridge. City water and fire departments were initiated in the early s. Televisions began appearing in homes about Bythe Pea Ridge Telephone Company had extended service to most rural homes in the school district. In place of the disappearing apple orchards, large poultry farms appeared, as did modern dairy farms and beef cattle operations. But in the s, many Pea Ridge young people were moving to the West Coast to find work.

This began to change when, inthe Daisy Outdoor Products moved its manufacturing operations to Rogers from Plymouth, Michigan, a move which sparked an expanding industrial transformation in northwest Arkansas and which has created thousands of jobs for area residents. As a result of these new economic opportunities, the population of Pea Ridge has grown steadily, increasing from 2, in to 4, in The town is still largely residential, with a variety of service businesses and several busy cabinet shops and small construction firms.

Many residents are employed at large industrial and commercial firms in Rogers and Bentonvilleso the Pea Ridge economy is closely tied to the economic life of the larger area.

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Inseveral new businesses opened in Pea Ridge, including a second bank, a new Internet service business, a new real estate sales firm, a food market, and several health and beauty shops. With four new housing developments and more than houses under construction, Pea Ridge is poised for continued population growth. The Pea Ridge Mule Jump and Show was founded in and draws spectators from many surrounding states. For additional information: Beck, Opal. History of Benton County, Arkansas. Black, J. History of Benton County.

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