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DALLAS COUNTY

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ARKANSAS GENEALOGY TRAILS

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Dallas County was formed January 1, 1845 from Bradley and Clark Counties. It was named in honor of Vice President George M. Dallas, who was elected in 1844.

Dallas County is known for its rolling hills and pine forests. The Ouachita River forms the western county line.

The county seat is located at Fordyce, and the 2000 population was 9,210.

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COUNTIES BORDERING DALLAS

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[CALHOUN] [OUACHITA] [CLARK]


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