High Five: Free Admission at National Historic Site

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Fort Smith (KFSM) - The National Park Service turned 99 years old on 08/25. To celebrate, the Fort Smith National Historic Site offered free admission to the museum.

On August 25th, 1916 President Woodrow Wilson signed legislation to create the National Park Service. This is just one of the museum's freebie days. The next is scheduled for September 26th.

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