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Scipio Africanus Jones House

Scipio Africanus Jones was born in 1863 in Tulip, Arkansas to a slave, Jemmima Jones. His father was his mother’s white owner, Dr. Sanford Reamey, a prominent citizen of Tulip. As a child, he...

The Fee House

Every family has a history, but some families seem to have much more sordid and tragic events that have lasting effects on people and places; such is the case with the Fee Family. Love, betrayal...

Rolling Thunder at Toad Suck Dam

The only remnants of the former sprawling home and grand swimming area overlooking Toad Suck lock and dam is a concrete slab, steel beams, a couple of fireplaces, and an empty swimming pool. The...

Martha Mitchell House

The house at 902 West Fourth Avenue has a nostalgic silence about it that borders on loneliness. The rooms are quiet, as if waiting for the return of the Fergusson and Beall families that once filled...

Finton Shaw Sculpture Garden

When I sought for the sculpture garden one Sunday afternoon, it was warm for the week, after storms had raged through Arkansas and brought in a bit of weather. I expected it to be a bit hidden, but...

Abandoned Arkansas Book

If you have ever driven by a building and wondered what has happened within its walls, you know what drives Abandoned Arkansas. Every day neglected structures are on the verge of being demolished or...

Ashley County Nursing Center

In the southern corner of the state, bordering Mississippi and Louisiana, tiny community quietly sits, still surviving after years of struggle. Wilmot is one of the oldest settlements in eastern...

Dr. Robert George Williams House

Traveling through Ashley County on the way to Wilmot or Eudora, if you blink you’ll not only miss this house, but you’ll miss the entire community of Parkdale. However, despite the tiny...

Degges Murder House

On the morning of September 24, 1964, Mrs. Maudene Degges, 25 years of age, and the mother of three children, was abducted from her home. The next day her body was found about three and one-half...

William E. Woodruff House

The Woodruff House (added to the National Register of Historic Places on March, 21, 1989) is significant for its association with William E. Woodruff, founder and longtime editor of the Arkansas...

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