ⓘ Norman, Arkansas

Norman, Arkansas

ⓘ Norman, Arkansas

Norman is located at 34°27′18″N 93°40′49″W 34.4550997, -93.6801914.

According to the Bureau of US census, the town has a total area of 3.0 km2 1.2 MI2, all land.

Norman is situated on the North Bank of the Caddo river, which defines the cities of the South-Western border of the city and is surrounded by the Ouachita National forest.

Norman is part of a local area, which was formerly known as brownie. In the Western part of the city, unofficially known as Middlebuster and was in the past known as the "poor horse".

There is a Caddo native American burial ground on the South end of the city. It was discovered by city officials, led by the then mayor Duane COX, who protected it with a wooden fence. Recently, descendents of the Caddo added to the site paths and benches, and a memorial plaque containing historical information about the life of native Americans.

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