ⓘ Sedgwick, Arkansas

Sedgwick, Arkansas

ⓘ Sedgwick, Arkansas

About 1881 George Washington Sedgwick, president of the Sedgwick Tie Company, "established a sawmill on the Cache River in Lawrence County, Arkansas, and a small town was established named Sedgwick, Ark."

  • Arkansas Afton Township, DeKalb County, Illinois Afton Township, Cherokee County, Iowa Afton Township, Howard County, Iowa Afton Township, Sedgwick County
  • north - south U.S. highway that begins in Ruston, LA. In the US state of Arkansas the highway enters the state from Louisiana concurrent with US 167 in Junction
  • the west bank of the Arkansas River, it is home to Friends University, Lawrence Dumont Stadium, and Exploration Place, the Sedgwick County science museum
  • Township, Greene County, Arkansas in Greene County, Arkansas Salem Township, Saline County, Arkansas in Saline County, Arkansas Salem Township, Carroll
  • Oklahoma southwest Sumner County west Sedgwick County northwest Cowley County comprises the Arkansas City - Winfield, KS Micropolitan Statistical
  • is the largest city in the U.S. state of Kansas and the county seat of Sedgwick County. As of 2018, the estimated population of the city was 389, 255. Wichita
  • Valley Center is a city in Sedgwick County, Kansas, United States, and a suburb of Wichita. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 6, 822. Valley
  • Hall in 1975. In 1981, the former City Building reopened as the Wichita - Sedgwick County Historical Museum. In 1987, construction finished downtown on the

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