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Crawford County, Arkansas

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Crawford County was formed on October 18, 1820 from the former Lovely County and Indian Territory, and was named for William H. Crawford, the United States Secretary of War in 1815.

Thousands of self-claimed "Western Band of Cherokee" (or Arkansas Cherokees) fought for state and federal recognition as a political entity of Native Americans. Crawford County was historically part of the Cherokee Nation, which lost its tribal sovereignty status as a result of the U.S. Civil war in the 1860s. The Cherokee Nation was subsequently relocated to the west in the present-day state of Oklahoma.

Adjacent Counties

Cities, Towns & Communities

  • Alma
  • Bidville
  • Cedar Creek
  • Cedarville
  • Chester
  • Cove City
  • Dean Springs
  • Dora
  • Dyer
  • Jasper
  • Kibler
  • Lancaster
  • Lees Creek
  • Locke
  • Mountainburg
  • Mulberry
  • Natural Dam
  • Oliver Springs
  • Rudy
  • Uniontown
  • Upper
  • Van Buren (County Seat)
  • Vine Prairie
  • Whitley
  • Winfrey

Links

Wikipedia

Ozark National Forest (part)

Nat'l Reg. of Hist. Places