List of ghost towns in Arkansas

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This is an incomplete list of ghost towns in Arkansas, United States of America.

Town name   County   Established   Disestablished   Current status   Remarks   
Anderson Flat[1] Independence
Arkansas Post Arkansas 1686 1863 Barren site, protected area
Bolding[1] Union
Bruno[1] Marine
Chalk Bluff[1] Clay
Crossroads[1] Pulaski 1957 Submerged in Lake Maumelle Town and Cemetery under water. Located Hwy 10/Hwy 113.
Daleville[1] Clark 1880s Currently the site of The Daily Lumber Company
Eros[1] Marion School listed on the National Register Of Historic Places.
Four Gum Corner[1] St. Francis Mostly farm land now.
Fort Douglas
Graysonia Clark 1902 1951 Ruins Shipped the first flask of Arkansas cinnabar in 1932.
Kimberly Pike 1908 1911 Incorporated into Murfreesboro
Lewisburg Conway 1831 1883 Was the county seat of Conway County until 1883.
Monte Ne Benton 1901 1932 Submerged in Beaver Lake
Moscow Nevada 1810 1873 Only Moscow Methodist Church and Cemetery remain Economic displacement by Cairo and Fulton Railroad.[2]
Napoleon Desha Submerged Was once the county seat of Desha County.
Rush Marion 1880 1940 Ruins A zinc mining region of the Ozark Mountains in Arkansas
Sneed Jackson 1929 Barren site Was destroyed by Arkansas' only F5 tornado on April 10, 1929.
Violett Arkansas Barren site
Weathers Madison Abandoned site Remains of old Store/Post Office and old well are all that remain.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h "Ghost Towns of Arkansas". Ghost Towns. ghosttowns.com. Retrieved May 11, 2009.
  2. ^ http://www.encyclopediaofarkansas.net/encyclopedia/entry-detail.aspx?entryID=2422 Encyclopedia of Arkansas - Cairo and Fulton Railroad

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