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ⓘ Gurdon, Arkansas




Gurdon, Arkansas
                                     

ⓘ Gurdon, Arkansas

The town was founded in the late nineteenth century as a railroad town for the timber industry on the St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Railway now the Union Pacific Railroad. Originally settled in 1873, the city was incorporated in 1880. The towns name derives from railroad executive Henry Gurdon Marquands middle name.

Gurdon was born the concatenated order of hoo, in 1892.

                                     
  • 1987. The Gurdon district was one of several absorbing territory from the former Okolona district. United States portal List of towns in Arkansas 2017 U
  • 2014. A native of Arkadelphia in South Arkansas Key graduated in 1986 from rural Gurdon High School in Gurdon in Clark County. In 1991, he obtained a
  • north of the Little Missouri River. Arkansas Highway 53 passes through the town, leading north 6 miles 10 km to Gurdon and south 10 miles 16 km to Bluff
  • conditions for 47 of Arkansas s 75 counties, excluding 7 counties in Northwestern Arkansas 9 counties in Southwestern and South Central Arkansas Ashley and Chicot
  • Arkadelphia county seat Gurdon Caddo Valley Gum Springs Okolona Whelen Springs Alpine Graysonia Note: Unlike most Arkansas counties, Clark County has
  • Henry Gurdon Marquand April 11, 1819 February 26, 1902 was an American financier, philanthropist and collector. Marquand was born in New York City
  • South Africa. The organization was founded on January 21, 1892 at Gurdon Arkansas by six men: B. Arthur Johnson, editor of the Timberman of Chicago
  • The Arkansas Midland Railroad reporting mark AKMD is a Class III short - line railroad headquartered in Malvern, Arkansas AKMD operates 138 miles 222 km
  • 235 m Gurdon Pond One, 33 54 44 N 093 10 15 W 33.91222 N 93.17083 W 33.91222 - 93.17083 Gurdon Pond One el. 220 feet 67 m Gurdon Pond Two
  • High School, Lake Village Arkadelphia High School, Arkadelphia Gurdon High School, Gurdon Corning High School, Corning Piggott High School, Piggot Rector
  • Arkansas listed on the NRHP in Arkansas Missouri - Pacific Railroad Depot - Gurdon Gurdon AR, listed on the NRHP in Arkansas Missouri - Pacific Railroad Depot - Hope

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