Little Rock, Arkansas: Stained Glass: Boy Martyr of the Confederacy

Stained glass window preserved depicts David O. Dodd, accused of being a Rebel spy. He was hanged out on the lawn.

MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History

503 E. 9th St., Little Rock, AR
MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History. I-30 exits 140 or 140A. Turn west onto E. 9th St. Drive a hundred yards, then turn left into the curving driveway. You'll see the museum straight ahead, just past the statue of a soldier on a pedestal.
M-F 9-5, Sa 10-5, Su 1-5 (Virus outbreak may affect access to attraction. Call to verify.)
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Stained glass displayed in the museum.

David O. Dodd Stained Glass Window

In the MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History, adjacent to the stone monument that marks David O. Dodd's hanging spot, is a stained glass window that memorializes the boy martyr. Additional information on David O. Dodd and the fateful night he was caught are there, too.

[Steve, 09/22/2019]

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