Perry County, Arkansas
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By the act of December 18, 1840, the southern part of Conway County was cut
off and erected into a county named Perry, in honor of Commodore Oliver H. Perry, the
hero of the naval battle of Lake Erie in the War of 1812
The southern part of the county is in the Arkansas National Forest and is sparsely
Cities, Towns and
Other Populated Places
Adona * Bigelow * Casa * Fourche * Houston * Perry * Perryville
Aplin, Casa, Cherry Hill, Dry Fork, Forest, Fourche la Pave, Houston, Howell, Kenney
McCool, Maumelle, Mountain, New Tennessee, Omega, Perry, Petit Jean, Rankin, Rose,
Rose Creek, Rowland,
South View, Sweet Home, Tyler, Union and Walnut Grove
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