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CLARK COUNTY, ARKANSAS

Clark County was organized by the legislature of the Missouri Territory on December 15, 1818 and named for the territorial governor, William Clark. At that time it comprised all of the present-day Clark County, Hot Spring, Garland, Pike and Dallas Counties. The county seat has been located at Arkadelphia since 1842. Early county seats were at or near Caddo, Hollywood and Biscoeville. In 1880 it was established at Greenville, where it remained twelve years. Clark County was one of the three original counties formed in Arkansas Dec. 15, 1818. The other two was Hempstead and Pulaski.


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