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Historical Markers in Izard County, Arkansas

 
Clickable Map of Izard County, Arkansas and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Izard County, AR (6) Baxter County, AR (7) Fulton County, AR (15) Independence County, AR (9) Sharp County, AR (4) Stone County, AR (3)  IzardCounty(6) Izard County (6)  BaxterCounty(7) Baxter County (7)  FultonCounty(15) Fulton County (15)  IndependenceCounty(9) Independence County (9)  SharpCounty(4) Sharp County (4)  StoneCounty(3) Stone County (3)
Melbourne is the county seat for Izard County
Adjacent to Izard County, Arkansas
      Baxter County (7)  
      Fulton County (15)  
      Independence County (9)  
      Sharp County (4)  
      Stone County (3)  
 
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1Arkansas, Izard County, Calico Rock — City HallNational Register of Historic Places
City Hall has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m155968) HM
2Arkansas, Izard County, Calico Rock — 140 — Military Activity at Calico Rock / Bushwhackers
Military Activity at Calico Rock While no battles were fought at Calico Rock, the area saw considerable military activity. The 4th Missouri Cavalry (C.S.) and 1st Illinois Cavalry skirmished at Calico Rock Landing on May 26, 1861. Following . . . Map (db m170196) HM
3Arkansas, Izard County, Lacrosse — F-21 — Site of Lacrosse Collegiate InstituteIzard County
Three miles north of here was located the site of the Lacrosse Collegiate Institute, which was established by Prof. M.S, Kennard in 1868 and ran to 1883, when it was destroyed by a cyclone, it was rebuilt and ran to 1902.Map (db m170360) HM
4Arkansas, Izard County, Lacrosse — 86 — Wild Haws in the Civil War
Union troops passed through the Wild Haws area many times during the Civil War. Gen. Samuel Curtis was here with cavalry, artillery and Illinois infantry on May 1, 1862. Fifth Kansas Cavalry troops rode through on July 6, 1862, as did a company of . . . Map (db m170462) HM
5Arkansas, Izard County, Melbourne — F-11 — Izard County First Court House
Site of first Court House of Izard County. A small building of rough logs, erected at Liberty in 1830. It stands in what is now Baxter County. The second court house was a frame building erected. in 1834. The third was built at Mt. Olive in . . . Map (db m170362) HM
6Arkansas, Izard County, Needmore — 4 — Old Baptist ChurchNeedmore
Land for the Old Baptist Church building and the adjacent Yeager Cemetery was deeded by Daniel Yeager in 1897 to the Polk Bayou congregation of Primitive Baptists for one dollar. The congregation built a church at this location, yet after a few . . . Map (db m170366) HM
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Feb. 4, 2023