“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Clarendon, Arkansas

Clickable Map of Monroe County, Arkansas and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Monroe County, AR (17) Arkansas County, AR (36) Lee County, AR (5) Phillips County, AR (94) Prairie County, AR (12) St. Francis County, AR (9) Woodruff County, AR (13)  MonroeCounty(17) Monroe County (17)  ArkansasCounty(36) Arkansas County (36)  LeeCounty(5) Lee County (5)  PhillipsCounty(94) Phillips County (94)  PrairieCounty(12) Prairie County (12)  St.FrancisCounty(9) St. Francis County (9)  WoodruffCounty(13) Woodruff County (13)
Clarendon is the county seat for Monroe County
Clarendon is in Monroe County
      Monroe County (17)  
      Arkansas County (36)  
      Lee County (5)  
      Phillips County (94)  
      Prairie County (12)  
      St. Francis County (9)  
      Woodruff County (13)  
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1 Arkansas, Monroe County, Clarendon — Clarendon
Known as "Mouth of Cache" 1799-1837, Clarendon by 1828 had a post office and ferry and was the crossing for the Memphis to Little Rock Military Road. The town became Monroe County seat in 1857 and was incorporated two years later. Destroyed by Union . . . Map (db m155262) HM
2 Arkansas, Monroe County, Clarendon — 63 — Clarendon in the Civil War
Clarendon was a major White River port and crossroads when the Civil War began. Six Confederate companies were raised here and in Monroe County in 1861-2. A Union fleet tried to supply the Army of the Southwest here in June 1862, but turned back . . . Map (db m152977) HM
3 Arkansas, Monroe County, Clarendon — C-5 — Monroe County First Court House
The first court house in Monroe County, created in 1829, was erected about 1830 on a site on Joseph Jacob's farm, to which was given the name of Lawrenceville. There it remained until 1856, when the county seat was moved to Clarendon.Map (db m153390) HM
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Jul. 17, 2024