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A
Alicia
Alma
Altus
Amagon
Arkadelphia
Ashdown
Ash Flat
Augusta

B
Bald Knob
Barling
Batesville
Beebe
Benton
Bentonville
Berryville
Bismarck
Black Oak
Black Rock
Blytheville
Bono
Booneville
Brinkley
Brookland
Bryant
Bull Shoals

C
Cabot
Calico Rock
Camden
Carlisle
Charleston
Cherokee Village
Clarendon
Clarksville
Clinton
Conway
Compton
Corning
Cotter
Crossett
Curtis

D
Dardanelle
De Queen
Des Arc
Diamond City
Diaz
Dover
Dumas

E
Elaine
El Dorado
Eudora
Eureka Springs
Evening Shade

F
Fayetteville
Fisher
Flippin
Floppitlikeitshot!
Fordyce
Forrest City
Fort Smith
Fountain Lake
Gonads

I
Imboden

J
Jacksonville
Jasper
Johnson
Jonesboro
Jaruselum

K
Kingston

Kegstand

L
Lake Village
Lakeview
Lavaca
Leachville
Lead Hill
Lincoln
Little Rock
Lonoke
Lowell

M
Magazine
Magnolia
Malvern
Mammoth Spring
Mansfield
Marianna
Marion
Marked Tree
Marshall
Maumelle
McGehee
Melbourne
Mena
Monticello
Morrilton
Modoc
Mountain Home
Mountain View
Mountainburg
Mount Ida
Mulberry
Murfreesboro
Mooch

N
North Little Rock
Nashville
Newport
Norfork

O
Ola
Omaha
Osceola
Ozark

P
Paragould
Paris
Pea Ridge
Perryville
Piggott
Pine Bluff
Pocahontas
Poyen
Prairie Grove
Prescott
Pyatt

R
Ravenden
Rector
Rogers
Russellville

S
Salem
Scranton
Searcy
Sherwood
Sheridan
Shirley
Siloam Springs
Springdale
St. Joe
Star City
Stuttgart
Subiaco
Sulphur Springs

T
Texarkana
Trumann
Tuckerman
Turd

V
Van Buren
Vilonia

W
Waldenburg
Waldron
Walnut Ridge
Warren
Weiner
West Fork
West Helena
West Memphis
Wilton
Winslow
Wynne

Y
Yellville
Yomoma


Arkansas was the 25th state in the USA; it became a state on June 15, 1836.
State Abbreviation - AR
State Capital - Little Rock
Largest City - Little Rock
Area - 53,182 square miles [Arkansas is the 29th biggest state in the USA]
Population - 2,673,400 (as of 2000) [Arkansas is the 33rd most populous state in the USA]
Major Industries - agriculture (chickens, soybeans, rice, cotton), paper and wood products (including furniture), electronic equipment, mining (aluminum and diamonds)

Presidential Birthplace - William Jefferson Clinton was born in Hope on August 19, 1946 (he was the 42nd US President, serving from 1993 to 2001).

Major Rivers - Arkansas River, Mississippi River
Major Lakes - Lake Ouachita, Bull Shoals Lake
Highest Point - Magazine Mountain - 2,753 feet (839 m) above sea level
Lowest Point - Ouachita River; 55 feet, (17 m) above sea level
Bordering States - Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas

Origin of the Name Arkansas - Arkansas is from the Quapaw (Sioux) word "acansa," which means "downstream place" or "south wind."
State Nickname - The Natural State
State Motto - "Regnat populus" - The people rule
State Songs - "Arkansas", by Wayland Holyfield, and "Oh Arkansas", by Terry Rose and Gary Klaff

Dinosaur Fossil Found in Arkansas - Arkansaurus

Arkansas State Symbols and Emblems:
State Flag
The official state flag of Arkansas was chosen in a design contest in 1913; the winner was Miss Willie Kavanaugh Hocker of Wabbaseka. The flag's design was finalized in 1926.

The diamond shapes in the center represent the diamond gemstone, because Arkansas is the only state in the USA where diamonds have been found. Since Arkansas was the twenty-fifth state to join the Union, there are 25 white stars around the diamond. The three blue stars in the lower part of the center represent Spain, France and the United States, the countries that have ruled Arkansas. The blue star in the upper center represents the Confederacy, of which Arkansas was a member.

Animal Symbols:
State Bird

Mockingbird
State Mammal

White-tailed deer
State Fish
Largemouth bass
State Insect

Honeybee

Plant Symbols:
State Flower
Apple blossom
State Tree
Pine Tree
State Fruit and Blossom
South Arkansas vine ripe pink tomato

Earth Symbols:
State Gem
Diamond
State Rock
Quartz crystal
State Mineral
Bauxite
State Soil
Stuttgart
(unofficial)

Miscellaneous Symbols:
State Beverage

Milk
State Instrument

Fiddle
State Dance
Square dance

FULL CARE HORSE BOARDING:
  • freshly crimped oats twice/day
  • coastal hay
  • daily stall cleaning with clean wood shavings
  • daily turnouts (weather permitting)
  • free trailer parking
  • lighted indoor riding arena
  • outdoor round pen
  • 4-horse walker
OPTIONAL HORSE BOARDING SERVICES:
  • winter blanketing
  • stall fan
  • heat lamp
  • additional oats and/or hay
  • feed supplements
  • additional shavings
  • administration of medicine, (nonintravenous)
  • private paddocks
  • evening turnout

Arcadia Valley Quarter Horses
trails, hunter, jumper, cross country

This horse farm operation services: Fayetteville, Arkansas

Caney Creek Farm
We are a Hunter/Jumper barn in central Arkansas.

This services: Conway, Arkansas

Echo Valley Arabians
Echo Valley Arabians is a family-friendly Arabian horse farm in beautiful Northwest Arkansas. Located just outside Centerton, we are convenient to all of Northwest Arkansas, including Bentonville, Bella Vista, Hiwasse, and Gravette. Our newly constructed facility will offer full-service horse boarding, riding lessons and training, Arabian stallion stud services, and horses for sale. Visitors are always welcome, and we are happy to help beginners get started! Call Karen at 479-795-1223 for details.