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Historical Markers in Searcy County, Arkansas

 
Clickable Map of Searcy 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 Searcy County, AR (5) Baxter County, AR (7) Boone County, AR (16) Marion County, AR (17) Newton County, AR (5) Pope County, AR (8) Stone County, AR (3) Van Buren County, AR (2)  SearcyCounty(5) Searcy County (5)  BaxterCounty(7) Baxter County (7)  BooneCounty(16) Boone County (16)  MarionCounty(17) Marion County (17)  NewtonCounty(5) Newton County (5)  PopeCounty(8) Pope County (8)  StoneCounty(3) Stone County (3)  VanBurenCounty(2) Van Buren County (2)
Marshall is the county seat for Searcy County
Adjacent to Searcy County, Arkansas
      Baxter County (7)  
      Boone County (16)  
      Marion County (17)  
      Newton County (5)  
      Pope County (8)  
      Stone County (3)  
      Van Buren County (2)  
 
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1Arkansas, Searcy County, Marshall — 12 — Arkansas Peace Society / Federal Raids on Burrowville
Arkansas Peace Society In November 1861, Confederate authorities discovered a secret Peace Society in north Arkansas whose members opposed secession. Col. Samuel Leslie called out the Searcy County militia to round up members of the group. . . . Map (db m141593) HM
2Arkansas, Searcy County, Marshall — Devils Backbone Road Cut-Geology / Construction
Devils Backbone Road Cut-Geology This road cut exposes the upper Fayetteville Shale, and overlying lower Pitkin Limestone deposited in a shallow sea covering the southern Ozark region as the Mississippian Geological Period ended. As . . . Map (db m143764) HM
3Arkansas, Searcy County, Marshall — E-2 — Searcy CountyCounty Seat
The county seat of Searcy County was created in 1838 and was first located at Lebanon, on Bear Creek, about five miles west of the present town of Marshall, to which place the seat of justice was moved in 1856.Map (db m141600) HM
4Arkansas, Searcy County, Marshall — South Mountain Scenic OverlookElevation 1386'
"American Indians inhabited these Ozark hills for thousands of years until the turmoil of European exploration and long periods of drought caused their movement out of the highlands at the same time that European trappers, hunters, and explorers . . . Map (db m143763) HM
5Arkansas, Searcy County, St. Joe — 13 — Skirmish at Tomahawk
On January 22, 1864, 527 Union soldiers of the First and Second Arkansas Cavalry and Eighth Missouri State Militia Cavalry (U.S.), with one mountain howitzer, fought Col. A.R. Witt's Confederates in St. Joe. The Confederates fell back after an . . . Map (db m141566) HM
 
 
 
 
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Feb. 4, 2023