Clay 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
Austin School Campbell
Blackshire School Pollard
Blooming Grove School Rector
Blue School Corning
Bomar School Kennett North
Brazil School Datto
Bunker Hill School Pollard
Cache Lake School Knobel
Cache Valley School Pollard
Calls School Greenway
Coopers School Marmaduke
Cummings School Pollard
Dell School Corning
Fair View School Rector
Forty-Four School Rector
Glass School Rector
Gravel Hill School Piggott
Harwood School Piggott
Hays School Greenway
Headly School Pollard
Hebner School Mounds
Hitt School Piggott
Hopkinsville School Corning
Hopson School Corning
Knob School Boydsville
Langley School Piggott
Leonard School Mounds
Lone Holly School Mounds
Mann School Piggott
Martin School McDougal
Mary School Rector
Nelson School Peach Orchard
New Hope School Knobel
Phifer School Greenway
Pleasant Valley School Greenway
Post Oak School McDougal
Richard School Datto
Scott School Peach Orchard
Smithwick School Peach Orchard
South East School Kennett North
Thorn Grove School Knobel
Turtle Knob School Boydsville
Underwood School Pollard
Union Grove School Greenway
Vincent School Greenway
Walnut Grove School Greenway
Washington School Peach Orchard
White School Corning
Wildwood School McDougal
Williams School Corning
Wood School McDougal
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