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Many notable residents have lived at Fort Smith. These include Benjamin Bonneville, an American explorer; Katharine Susan Anthony, Mame Stewart Josenberger, judges Thomas Hadden Humphreys, Bernice Lichty ParkerKizer, and George Maledon, military veterans John Pearson Jr. and William O. Darby; Charles Cook, Wendel Archibald Robson, Charles Cook, and Paul Wolfe; Anne Patterson, a career ambassador; and Zachary Taylor, the twelfth President of the United States. Taylor was only briefly stationed at Fort Smith
William H. H. Clayton, a key figure in the state's history during Reconstruction, made a museum at his home. Two naval ships were named after Edward Walter Eberle, a Navy officer. Henry Champlin Lay, a missionary bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Arkansas, was Henry Champlin Lay. Elias Rector DuVal, a physician, was instrumental in modernizing Arkansas' medical system. Harry Pelot McDonald was a civil rights activist, leader, and doctor in the second half-century.
Other notable figures include John Carnall, a newspaperman; the writers Thyra Samanthater Winslow & Speer Morgan; Alphonso Trent, a musician; Marty Stouffer, a filmmaker; and Rudy Ray Moore and Laurence Luckinbill. John Boozman was a prominent Republican of the twenty-first Century who attended Fort Smith High School.