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Yale Camp

Yale Camp

About a mile outside of Crossett, an old gated logging road now stands on what was once a finely kept drive leading into the old Crossett Yale Camp. Located in the beautiful pines of South Arkansas...

Yale Camp

Peppersauce, AR

There is only one authentic ghost town in America that actually exists inside the city limits of a functioning town. That ghost town is Peppersauce, or East Calico, which is considered part of the...

Yale Camp

Red Hill Community Church

This site of the Red Hill Community Church opened in the 1940s after moving locations from somewhere else in Marshall, as of yet undiscovered. The old building was likely repurposed or demolished...

Yale Camp

Old Sweethome Church and School

When the Hovell family moved to his present home in 1905, the surrounding country was much more thickly populated than it is now. Nearly every 160 acres, now owned by the National Forest and by...

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Bates School

In 1915 the small town of Bates, Arkansas started construction on a new elementary school. The finished design was a two-story red-brick building with a stone framed foundation. Windows were...

Hopper School

Entire communities come and go and, like the people that we simply meet passing us on the street, they frequently leave very little to mark their passing.  While some communities last for a mere span...

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