Turk, David S.
July 2010
Federalist (Society for History in the Federal Government);Summer2010, Issue 26, p1
The article features the U.S. Marshal Museum, located in Arkansas River in Forth Smith just across Oklahoma. It notes that the U.S. Marshal museum was once a traveling exhibition called as "America Star," which commemorated the 200th anniversary of the U.S. Marshals. The movement museum was then administered by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES). It featured historical displays such as Belle Starr's saddle and other memorabilia from Oklahoma Territory Marshals.


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