ⓘ Dumas, Arkansas

Dumas, Arkansas

ⓘ Dumas, Arkansas

Dumas is located in northwestern Desha County at 33°53′12″N 91°29′19″W 33.886626, -91.488544. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 3.2 square miles 8.4 km 2, all land. The city is located in the Delta Lowlands sub-region of the Arkansas Delta, producing a topography which is largely flat.

  • Blytheville, Harrison, Dumas Rison, Warren, and Mountain Home. The United States Census Bureau estimates that the population of Arkansas was 3, 017, 804 on July
  • Ebony, Play Ivory, and his short stories, Ark of Bones. Dumas was born in Sweet Home, Arkansas in 1934 and lived there until the age of ten, when he moved
  • University of Central Arkansas Hendrix College, and Central Baptist College Dumas Home of the Ding Dong Daddy El Dorado Arkansas Original Boomtown Queen
  • Law was founded in 1924. The founding dean was Julian Waterman, a Dumas Arkansas native and University of Chicago Law School graduate who led the school
  • unincorporated community in Desha County, Arkansas United States. Pickens is 3 miles 4.8 km south of Dumas Pickens has a post office with ZIP code
  • school district that operated public schools in Gould, Arkansas Its territory is now a part of the Dumas School District. The Gould School District stated
  • Evett Dumas Nix, often known as E.D. Nix, September 19, 1861 - February 6, 1946 was a United States Marshal in the late 19th century handling the jurisdiction
  • doctoral student at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. A Ph.D. degree was awarded to Bethany K. Dumas in May 1971 after she completed A Study
  • 2002 - 2003 Arkansas Education Directory. Arkansas Department of Education. 54. Retrieved on March 6, 2011. Dumas inherits Gould district s deficit Archived

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