Historic Headquarters House is a significant historic site that played an important role in the Battle of Fayetteville in Arkansas. Built by Judge Jonas Tebbetts in 1853 it miraculously survived the Civil War. The Battle of Fayetteville was fought on its front lawn and a doorway bears the scar of a minieball which is preserved in testament to the battle that was endured and that is known as the "Bloody Corner". This Greek Revival-style home is now owned and preserved by the Washington County Historical Society. The Headquarters House played a key role in the Battle of Fayetteville.