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Judge Parker's Courthouse in Fort Smith, Arkansas after a snow & ice storm.

Judge Parker's Courthouse in Fort Smith, Arkansas after a snow & ice storm.

Courthouse on the Square in Mountain View

Courthouse on the Square in Mountain View

Salt making in Arkansas can be traced to the Caddo Indians c.1400CE, & played a critical role in the history & politics of Arkansas ~ Top: A 5.5 ft 200-gal salt kettle at the Clark County Courthouse; presumably used in salt production from water of the Saline Bayou one mile east of Arkadelphia by John Hemphill in Arkansas Territory c.1814. Bottom: Salt production by a Sevier County resident as late as 1940.

Salt making in Arkansas can be traced to the Caddo Indians &…

Judgement Day by John Bell Jr. Hanging Judge Parker's Courthouse in Fort Smith, Arkansas. The jail wagon was used to transport prisoners from the courthouse for trial.  For those that were particularly dangerous, the Marshals would provide them with an escort on judgment day.

Judgement Day by John Bell Jr. Hanging Judge Parker's Courthouse in Fort Smith, Arkansas. The jail wagon was used to transport prisoners from the courthouse for trial. For those that were particularly dangerous, the Marshals would provide them with an escort on judgment day.

Jefferson County Courthouse, Pine Bluff, Arkansas, Built in 1856: Photo by Jimmy Emerson

Jefferson County Courthouse, Pine Bluff, Arkansas, Built in Photo by Jimmy Emerson

Historic Courthouse - Powhatan Historic State Park

Find spooky fun in Arkansas with Arkansas urban legends, ghost stories and visits to real haunted hotels and eerie spots around The Natural State.

Snow near Beebe

Snow near Beebe

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