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Columbia County Arkansas Historical Markers

 
The view west on County Road 11E towards Magnolia. image, Touch for more information
By Mark Hilton, August 2, 2018
The view west on County Road 11E towards Magnolia.
Arkansas (Columbia County), Calhoun — C-38 — Columbia County Calhoun Pioneer Settlement
One of the very oldest settlements of this county. Here in 1840–1850 settled the Bakers, Barnetts, Booths, Couches, Deeses, Dixons, Garretts, McDonalds, McWilliams, and other pioneer families Near this point Harvey Crowley Couch, Arkansas . . . — Map (db m121240) HM
Arkansas (Columbia County), Lamartine — C-27 — Columbia County Lamartine Pioneer Settlement
One of the oldest settlements in Columbia County. Here Colonel John Dockery had his plantation and home. Here T.P. Dockery, who became a general in the War Between the States, was born and reared. The Caddo Indian Trail from Camden on the Ouachita . . . — Map (db m121136) HM
Arkansas (Columbia County), Magnolia — Columbia County Courthouse
Third courthouse on this site. Bid for construction of a new courthouse was let in 1905 for $58,631. Designed by W.S. Hull and built of blond brick with stone detailing, it is considered an example of second renaissance revival architecture. . . . — Map (db m121341) HM
Arkansas (Columbia County), Magnolia — Columbia County Courthouse
Has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places
by the United States Department of the Interior — Map (db m121408) HM
Arkansas (Columbia County), Magnolia — 24 — Gen. John Porter McCown
John P. McCown was born Aug. 19, 1815, in Sevierville, Tenn. An 1840 graduate of West Point, he served in the Mexican and Seminole wars before resigning from the U.S. Army on May 17, 1861. McCown joined the Confederate army, rising to the rank of . . . — Map (db m121139) HM

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