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Historical Markers in Austin, Arkansas

 
Clickable Map of Lonoke 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 Lonoke County, AR (12) Arkansas County, AR (34) Faulkner County, AR (7) Jefferson County, AR (13) Prairie County, AR (12) Pulaski County, AR (123) White County, AR (16)  LonokeCounty(12) Lonoke County (12)  ArkansasCounty(34) Arkansas County (34)  FaulknerCounty(7) Faulkner County (7)  JeffersonCounty(13) Jefferson County (13)  PrairieCounty(12) Prairie County (12)  PulaskiCounty(123) Pulaski County (123)  WhiteCounty(16) White County (16)
Lonoke is the county seat for Lonoke County
Austin is in Lonoke County
      Lonoke County (12)  
ADJACENT TO LONOKE COUNTY
      Arkansas County (34)  
      Faulkner County (7)  
      Jefferson County (13)  
      Prairie County (12)  
      Pulaski County (123)  
      White County (16)  
 
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1Arkansas (Lonoke County), Austin — Austin
In 1828 the town of Oakland Grove was founded. By 1861 the name had been changed to Austin, according to a false local legend the once thriving town of over 30 residences was almost selected as the state capitol beginning in 1858 the town was a . . . Map (db m116644) HM
2Arkansas (Lonoke County), Austin — 138 — Austin in the Civil War
As the Civil War began, the Caroline Home Guard formed at Austin on June 29, 1861. The “Austin Rifles” became Co. I, 5th Arkansas Infantry, C.S.A. Both Union and Confederate troops camped at Austin during the war and Federal troops tore . . . Map (db m116330) HM
3Arkansas (Lonoke County), Austin — Oakland Grove (Old Austin)Short Cut to Indian Territory 1832-1838 — Trail of Tears Through Arkansas —
In 1807, citizens of Crystal Hill built a road to connect Cadron and Arkansas Post. From Cadron the road was built almost due east and continued until they reached the Wattensaw. At the Wattensaw swamps they found an Indian path that led south to . . . Map (db m116694) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Nov. 27, 2022