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DeValls Bluff, Arkansas Bridge

DeValls Bluff is near the duck hunting capital of the world and offers some of the greatest bass fishing in the White River that runs through it.

The town was a significant site during the Civil War. During his expedition up the White River from Helena, Union Brig. Gen. Willis A. Gorman's cavalry captured the town of DeValls Bluff, terminus of the railroad running east from Little Rock toward Memphis, on January 17, 1863. Along with the town he captured 25 Confederate troops, 90 new Enfield rifles, and 2 cannon. The Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism maintains a museum, Des Arc.

De Valls Bluff also has the distinction of having one of a few vertical lift (span-lift) truss bridges in the United States. On the list of the National Register of Historic Places, this bridge was built in 1922 and spans the White River on US 70. A new bridge over the White River has replaced this bridge.

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