Lonoke County AR Historical Schools


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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name USGS Topo Map
Beechwood School Culler
Bland School McRae
Brewer School Lonoke
Brummitt School Geridge
Buffalo School Humnoke
Campground School Oak Grove
Caney School Culler
Center Point School Oak Grove
Chambers School Pocket Prairie
Cook School Parkers Corner
Cottonwood School Culler
Dodson School England
Dyers Ridge School Parkers Corner
Flynn School Humphrey
Furlow School Lonoke
Hamilton School Geridge
Hanson School Pettus
Hickory Grove School Wattensaw
Hill School Oak Grove
Isbell School Geridge
Jebbs School England
Litton School Pettus
Magness Academy Mountain Springs
Marson School Pocket Prairie
Martin School Jacksonville
McCollum School Oak Grove
Miller School England
Mount Mirrah School Scott
Oldham School Pettus
Oldham School Pettus
Panola School Jacksonville
Paradise School Carlisle
Pecan Grove School Scott
Perry School England
Piney Woods School Parkers Corner
Pittman School Wattensaw
Pleasant Grove School Parkers Corner
Prairie Grove School Lonoke
Red Oaks School Cabot
Rocky Hill School Beebe
Russell School Cabot
Scotts School Culler
Shiloh School Cabot
Sixteenth Section School Mountain Springs
South Bend School Jacksonville
Union Valley School Jacksonville
Winborn School Hickory Plains
Witherspoon School Scott
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