National Register of Historic Places listings in Sebastian County, Arkansas

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Location of Sebastian County in Arkansas

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Sebastian County, Arkansas.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Sebastian County, Arkansas, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in a map.[1]

There are 55 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, one of which, the Fort Smith National Historic Site, is also a National Historic Landmark District. Another 6 properties were once listed but have been removed.

Contents: Counties in Arkansas
This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted April 21, 2017.[2]

Current listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Harold Adams Office Building
Harold Adams Office Building
September 30, 2014
(#14000796)
2101 S. H St.
35°22′31″N 94°24′38″W / 35.3752°N 94.4105°W / 35.3752; -94.4105 (Harold Adams Office Building)
Fort Smith
2 Atkinson-Williams Warehouse
Atkinson-Williams Warehouse
December 13, 1979
(#79000458)
320 Rogers Ave.
35°23′15″N 94°25′42″W / 35.3875°N 94.428333°W / 35.3875; -94.428333 (Atkinson-Williams Warehouse)
Fort Smith
3 William Ayers House
William Ayers House
July 8, 1999
(#99000792)
820 N. 12th St.
35°23′56″N 94°24′47″W / 35.398889°N 94.413056°W / 35.398889; -94.413056 (William Ayers House)
Fort Smith
4 Birney Safety Streetcar No. 224
Birney Safety Streetcar No. 224
May 19, 1994
(#94000465)
100 S. 4th St.
35°23′09″N 94°25′47″W / 35.385833°N 94.429722°W / 35.385833; -94.429722 (Birney Safety Streetcar No. 224)
Fort Smith
5 Bonneville House
Bonneville House
September 22, 1971
(#71000128)
318 N. 7th St.
35°23′21″N 94°25′14″W / 35.389167°N 94.420556°W / 35.389167; -94.420556 (Bonneville House)
Fort Smith
6 C.R. Breckinridge House
C.R. Breckinridge House
August 7, 1979
(#79000460)
504 N. 16th St.
35°23′09″N 94°24′47″W / 35.385833°N 94.413056°W / 35.385833; -94.413056 (C.R. Breckinridge House)
Fort Smith
7 Camp Chaffee Tank Destroyer Battalion Historic District
Camp Chaffee Tank Destroyer Battalion Historic District
September 23, 2011
(#11000693)
Roughly bounded by Terry St., Ward Ave., Ellis St. & Darby Ave.; Roughly bounded by Ward Ave., RR spur, Taylor Ave. & Terry St.
35°23′09″N 94°24′47″W / 35.385833°N 94.413056°W / 35.385833; -94.413056 (Camp Chaffee Tank Destroyer Battalion Historic District)
Fort Smith World War II Home Front Efforts in Arkansas, MPS; second set of addresses represents a boundary increase April 6, 2014
8 Oscar Chambers House
Oscar Chambers House
June 7, 2016
(#16000320)
3200 S. Dallas St.
35°21′11″N 94°23′57″W / 35.353044°N 94.399077°W / 35.353044; -94.399077 (Oscar Chambers House)
Fort Smith
9 Christ the King Church
Christ the King Church
December 22, 1982
(#82000936)
Greenwood Ave. at S. South St.
35°21′53″N 94°24′15″W / 35.364722°N 94.404167°W / 35.364722; -94.404167 (Christ the King Church)
Fort Smith
10 W.H.H. Clayton House
W.H.H. Clayton House
September 4, 1970
(#70000130)
514 N. 6th St.
35°23′30″N 94°25′15″W / 35.391667°N 94.420833°W / 35.391667; -94.420833 (W.H.H. Clayton House)
Fort Smith
11 Commercial Hotel
Commercial Hotel
May 7, 1973
(#73000391)
123 N. 1st St.
35°23′24″N 94°25′44″W / 35.39°N 94.428889°W / 35.39; -94.428889 (Commercial Hotel)
Fort Smith
12 Coop Creek Bridge
Coop Creek Bridge
May 5, 1995
(#95000566)
County Road 236 over Coop Creek
35°03′27″N 94°14′10″W / 35.0575°N 94.236111°W / 35.0575; -94.236111 (Coop Creek Bridge)
Mansfield
13 Dodson Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church
Dodson Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church
March 2, 2006
(#06000082)
1922 Dodson Ave.
35°22′19″N 94°24′45″W / 35.371944°N 94.4125°W / 35.371944; -94.4125 (Dodson Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church)
Fort Smith
14 Echols Memorial Christian Church
Echols Memorial Christian Church
February 21, 2006
(#06000070)
2801 Alabama
35°23′03″N 94°24′06″W / 35.384167°N 94.401667°W / 35.384167; -94.401667 (Echols Memorial Christian Church)
Fort Smith
15 Ferguson-Calderara House Upload image
December 11, 1979
(#79000461)
214 N. 14th St.
35°23′01″N 94°25′00″W / 35.383611°N 94.416667°W / 35.383611; -94.416667 (Ferguson-Calderara House)
Fort Smith
16 First Evangelical Lutheran Church
First Evangelical Lutheran Church
January 24, 2017
(#100000558)
1115 N. D St.
35°23′13″N 94°25′00″W / 35.386807°N 94.416774°W / 35.386807; -94.416774 (First Evangelical Lutheran Church)
Fort Smith
17 Fishback Neighborhood Historic District
Fishback Neighborhood Historic District
September 23, 2010
(#10000780)
Roughly bounded by Rogers, Greenwood, and Dodson Aves. and 31st St.; also roughly bounded by Rogers & Dodson Aves., S. 24th, S. 26th & J Sts.
35°22′25″N 94°24′05″W / 35.373611°N 94.401389°W / 35.373611; -94.401389 (Fishback Neighborhood Historic District)
Fort Smith Second set of addresses represents a boundary increase February 3, 2015
18 Fort Smith Masonic Temple
Fort Smith Masonic Temple
November 20, 1992
(#92001624)
200 N. 11th St.
35°23′09″N 94°25′06″W / 35.385833°N 94.418333°W / 35.385833; -94.418333 (Fort Smith Masonic Temple)
Fort Smith
19 Fort Smith National Cemetery
Fort Smith National Cemetery
May 20, 1999
(#99000578)
522 Garland Ave. and S. 6th St.
35°22′59″N 94°25′43″W / 35.383056°N 94.428611°W / 35.383056; -94.428611 (Fort Smith National Cemetery)
Fort Smith
20 Fort Smith National Historic Site
Fort Smith National Historic Site
October 15, 1966
(#66000202)
Southern side of Garland Avenue[6]
35°23′17″N 94°25′52″W / 35.3881°N 94.4311°W / 35.3881; -94.4311 (Fort Smith National Historic Site)
Fort Smith
21 Fort Smith US Post Office and Courthouse
Fort Smith US Post Office and Courthouse
December 13, 1999
(#99001406)
30 S. 6th St.
35°23′10″N 94°25′36″W / 35.386111°N 94.426667°W / 35.386111; -94.426667 (Fort Smith US Post Office and Courthouse)
Fort Smith
22 Fort Smith's Belle Grove Historic District
Fort Smith's Belle Grove Historic District
July 16, 1973
(#73000392)
Bounded by N. 4th, N. 9th, N. B, and N. H Sts.[7]
35°23′27″N 94°25′15″W / 35.3908°N 94.4208°W / 35.3908; -94.4208 (Fort Smith's Belle Grove Historic District)
Fort Smith
23 Ft. Smith Confederate Monument
Ft. Smith Confederate Monument
April 26, 1996
(#96000460)
Courthouse Lawn, near the junction of 6th St. and Rogers Ave.
35°23′14″N 94°25′40″W / 35.387222°N 94.427778°W / 35.387222; -94.427778 (Ft. Smith Confederate Monument)
Fort Smith
24 Greenwood Gymnasium
Greenwood Gymnasium
June 15, 2011
(#11000357)
300 E. Gary St.
35°13′08″N 94°15′40″W / 35.218889°N 94.261111°W / 35.218889; -94.261111 (Greenwood Gymnasium)
Greenwood New Deal Recovery Efforts in Arkansas MPS
25 Greenwood Presbyterian Church
Greenwood Presbyterian Church
October 1, 2008
(#08000955)
103 W. Denver St.
35°12′57″N 94°15′28″W / 35.215833°N 94.257778°W / 35.215833; -94.257778 (Greenwood Presbyterian Church)
Greenwood
26 Hackett Creek Bridge
Hackett Creek Bridge
May 5, 1995
(#95000568)
Highway 45 over Hackett Creek
35°11′35″N 94°24′51″W / 35.193056°N 94.414167°W / 35.193056; -94.414167 (Hackett Creek Bridge)
Hackett
27 Robert Atlas Harper House
Robert Atlas Harper House
June 2, 2000
(#00000612)
201 N. Main St.
35°12′58″N 94°15′22″W / 35.216111°N 94.256111°W / 35.216111; -94.256111 (Robert Atlas Harper House)
Greenwood
28 Hartford Commercial Historic District
Hartford Commercial Historic District
July 15, 2009
(#09000514)
Buildings on the eastern side of Broadway St. from 12 N. Broadway to 106 S. Broadway
35°01′21″N 94°22′53″W / 35.022403°N 94.381364°W / 35.022403; -94.381364 (Hartford Commercial Historic District)
Hartford
29 Hartford Water Tower
Hartford Water Tower
January 24, 2008
(#07001434)
Pine and 1st. Sts.
35°01′30″N 94°22′37″W / 35.025°N 94.376944°W / 35.025; -94.376944 (Hartford Water Tower)
Hartford
30 Jones Memorial Methodist Church
Jones Memorial Methodist Church
January 21, 2011
(#10001157)
400 E. Main St.
35°01′22″N 94°22′38″W / 35.022778°N 94.377222°W / 35.022778; -94.377222 (Jones Memorial Methodist Church)
Hartford
31 Joseph Knoble Brewery
Joseph Knoble Brewery
March 24, 1972
(#72000209)
N. 3rd and E Sts.
35°23′33″N 94°25′22″W / 35.3925°N 94.422778°W / 35.3925; -94.422778 (Joseph Knoble Brewery)
Fort Smith
32 Maness Schoolhouse
Maness Schoolhouse
May 29, 2003
(#03000466)
8801 Wells Lake Rd.
35°17′50″N 94°20′05″W / 35.297222°N 94.334722°W / 35.297222; -94.334722 (Maness Schoolhouse)
Barling
33 Maumelle Ordnance Works Locomotive #1
Maumelle Ordnance Works Locomotive #1
September 20, 2006
(#06000835)
100 S. 4th St.
35°23′11″N 94°25′52″W / 35.386389°N 94.431111°W / 35.386389; -94.431111 (Maumelle Ordnance Works Locomotive #1)
Fort Smith
34 May-Lecta-Sweet Historic District
May-Lecta-Sweet Historic District
July 2, 2008
(#08000597)
Roughly bounded by May Ave., Rogers Ave., Sweet Ave., and Kinkead Ave.
35°22′43″N 94°24′03″W / 35.378694°N 94.400956°W / 35.378694; -94.400956 (May-Lecta-Sweet Historic District)
Fort Smith
35 Angus McLeod House Upload image
December 8, 1978
(#78000632)
912 N. 13th St.
35°23′20″N 94°24′45″W / 35.388889°N 94.4125°W / 35.388889; -94.4125 (Angus McLeod House)
Fort Smith House burned on July 7, 2010 and subsequently demolished in 2011
36 Milltown Bridge
Milltown Bridge
April 6, 1990
(#90000527)
County Road 77, 1.5 miles west of Milltown
35°09′30″N 94°10′26″W / 35.158333°N 94.173889°W / 35.158333; -94.173889 (Milltown Bridge)
Milltown
37 William J. Murphy House
William J. Murphy House
August 7, 1979
(#79000462)
923 N. 13th St.
35°23′21″N 94°24′44″W / 35.389167°N 94.412222°W / 35.389167; -94.412222 (William J. Murphy House)
Fort Smith
38 New Theatre
New Theatre
November 18, 1999
(#99001351)
9 N. 10th St.
35°23′07″N 94°25′18″W / 35.385278°N 94.421667°W / 35.385278; -94.421667 (New Theatre)
Fort Smith
39 Oak Cemetery
Oak Cemetery
June 2, 1995
(#95000665)
Southeast of the junction of Greenwood and Dodson Aves.
35°22′09″N 94°24′05″W / 35.369167°N 94.401389°W / 35.369167; -94.401389 (Oak Cemetery)
Fort Smith
40 Old Arkansas 22, Barling Segment
Old Arkansas 22, Barling Segment
May 22, 2007
(#07000439)
Mayo Rd.
35°20′30″N 94°18′56″W / 35.341608°N 94.315597°W / 35.341608; -94.315597 (Old Arkansas 22, Barling Segment)
Barling
41 Old Huntington Jail
Old Huntington Jail
September 24, 2008
(#08000944)
223 E. Broadway St.
35°04′56″N 94°15′43″W / 35.082242°N 94.261844°W / 35.082242; -94.261844 (Old Huntington Jail)
Huntington
42 Old Sebastian County Jail
Old Sebastian County Jail
December 1, 1994
(#94001413)
Highway 10, east of the County Courthouse
35°12′43″N 94°15′16″W / 35.211944°N 94.254444°W / 35.211944; -94.254444 (Old Sebastian County Jail)
Greenwood
43 Old US 71-Jenny Lind Segment
Old US 71-Jenny Lind Segment
September 23, 2009
(#09000738)
Doraul Acres Ln. and part of Mt. Nebo Rd. west of U.S. Route 71
35°13′51″N 94°19′04″W / 35.230736°N 94.317853°W / 35.230736; -94.317853 (Old US 71-Jenny Lind Segment)
Jenny Lind
44 Horace Franklin Rogers House
Horace Franklin Rogers House
May 2, 1979
(#79000463)
2900 Rogers Ave.
35°22′32″N 94°24′00″W / 35.375556°N 94.4°W / 35.375556; -94.4 (Horace Franklin Rogers House)
Fort Smith
45 St. Louis San Francisco (Frisco) Railway Steam Locomotive #4003
St. Louis San Francisco (Frisco) Railway Steam Locomotive #4003
July 12, 2004
(#04000500)
100 S. 4th St.
35°23′07″N 94°25′47″W / 35.385278°N 94.429722°W / 35.385278; -94.429722 (St. Louis San Francisco (Frisco) Railway Steam Locomotive #4003)
Fort Smith
46 Saint Scholastica Convent
Saint Scholastica Convent
March 2, 2006
(#06000084)
1301 S. Albert Pike
35°22′17″N 94°23′03″W / 35.371389°N 94.384167°W / 35.371389; -94.384167 (Saint Scholastica Convent)
Fort Smith
47 Sebastian County Courthouse-Ft. Smith City Hall
Sebastian County Courthouse-Ft. Smith City Hall
June 8, 1993
(#93000484)
100 S. 6th St.
35°23′08″N 94°25′34″W / 35.385556°N 94.426111°W / 35.385556; -94.426111 (Sebastian County Courthouse-Ft. Smith City Hall)
Fort Smith
48 Sebastian County Road 4G Bridge
Sebastian County Road 4G Bridge
May 5, 1995
(#95000569)
County Road 4G over a tributary of Sugar Loaf Creek
34°59′25″N 94°25′07″W / 34.990278°N 94.418611°W / 34.990278; -94.418611 (Sebastian County Road 4G Bridge)
West Hartford
49 Tillman Shaw House
Tillman Shaw House
May 16, 1988
(#88000561)
500 S. 19th St.
35°22′44″N 94°24′47″W / 35.378889°N 94.413056°W / 35.378889; -94.413056 (Tillman Shaw House)
Fort Smith
50 South Side Baptist Church
South Side Baptist Church
March 2, 2006
(#06000083)
2400 Dodson Ave.
35°22′19″N 94°24′24″W / 35.371944°N 94.406667°W / 35.371944; -94.406667 (South Side Baptist Church)
Fort Smith
51 James Sparks House
James Sparks House
September 14, 1972
(#72000210)
201 N. 14th St.
35°23′08″N 94°24′55″W / 35.385556°N 94.415278°W / 35.385556; -94.415278 (James Sparks House)
Fort Smith
52 Spirit of the American Doughboy Monument-Fort Smith
Spirit of the American Doughboy Monument-Fort Smith
May 23, 1997
(#97000454)
4901 Midland Ave.
35°25′31″N 94°22′32″W / 35.425278°N 94.375556°W / 35.425278; -94.375556 (Spirit of the American Doughboy Monument-Fort Smith)
Fort Smith
53 State Highway 96 Bridge
State Highway 96 Bridge
May 5, 1995
(#95000564)
Highway 96 over a tributary of Vache Grasse Creek
35°13′08″N 94°13′16″W / 35.218889°N 94.221111°W / 35.218889; -94.221111 (State Highway 96 Bridge)
Greenwood
54 United States Air Force Locomotive #1246
United States Air Force Locomotive #1246
September 20, 2006
(#06000840)
100 S. 4th St.
35°23′09″N 94°25′52″W / 35.385833°N 94.431111°W / 35.385833; -94.431111 (United States Air Force Locomotive #1246)
Fort Smith
55 West Garrison Avenue Historic District
West Garrison Avenue Historic District
April 26, 1979
(#79000464)
100-525 Garrison Ave.; also roughly bounded by 13th St., N. B, 1st St., and Parker Ave.
35°23′18″N 94°25′37″W / 35.388333°N 94.426944°W / 35.388333; -94.426944 (West Garrison Avenue Historic District)
Fort Smith Second set of boundaries represents a boundary increase of June 6, 2001

Former listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed Date removed Location City or town Summary
1 Karl Edward Bracht House Upload image
May 2, 1979
(#79000459)
October 18, 2002
315 N. 13th St.
35°23′05″N 94°24′59″W / 35.384722°N 94.416389°W / 35.384722; -94.416389 (Karl Edward Bracht House)
Fort Smith Demolished in or before 2009
2 Josiah Foster Building Upload image
January 20, 1978
(#78000631)
September 14, 2002
222 Garrison Avenue
Fort Smith Demolished by 1996 tornado.
3 Jenny Lind Bridge
Jenny Lind Bridge
April 6, 1990
(#90000530)
September 24, 2004
Howard Hill School Road
Jerry Lind vicinity
4 Old US 71-Devil's Backbone Segment Upload image
May 26, 2004
(#04000488)
January 22, 2009
S. Coker St. from just SW of Stewart Court to current US 71
Greenwood
5 Sebastian County Road 5G Bridge Upload image
May 5, 1995
(#95000567)
October 7, 2009
County Road 5G over a tributary of West Creek
35°00′57″N 94°23′37″W / 35.0158°N 94.3936°W / 35.0158; -94.3936 (Sebastian County Road 5G Bridge)
Hartford
6 Vache Grasse Creek Bridge
Vache Grasse Creek Bridge
May 5, 1995
(#95000563)
January 14, 2002
Co. Rd. 77A over Vache Grasse Creek
Milltown vicinity

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by most on-line maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on April 21, 2017.
  3. ^ a b Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ National Park Service (2009-03-13). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. ^ Location derived from this National Park Service map; the NRIS lists the site as "Address unknown at this time"
  7. ^ Location derived from this Arkansas Historic Preservation document; the NRIS lists the site as "Address unknown at this time"