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Choose a city below and get locations for local Arkansas hair salons, soul food dining, radio stations, churches, places of entertainment, things to do, annual events, etc, all in the wonderful state of Arkansas.

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Adona
Alexander
Alma
Arkadelphia
Ashdown
Banks
Batesville
Bentonville
Blytheville
Bradley
Camden
Cherry Valley
Conway
Cotton Plant
Crossett
Dermott
El Dorado
Fayetteville
Forrest City
Fort Smith
Helena
Holly Grove
Hope
Hot Springs
Hot Springs Village
Jacksonville
Jonesboro
Little Rock
Lowell
Magnolia
Malvern
Marion
Monticello
Morrilton
Newport
North Little Rock
Osceola
Pine Bluff
Rogers
Russellville
Searcy
Sherwood
Springdale
Stuttgart
Texarkana
Warren
West Helena
West Memphis
Wynne

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FAMOUS AFRICAN AMERICANS FROM ARKANSAS


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TRADITIONAL ARKANSAS FOODS


  • Crawfish
  • Cornbread
  • Strawberry Shortcake
  • Peaches
  • Watermelon Pickle
  • Fried Ham
  • Collard Greens
  • Pecan Transparent Pie
  • Muscadine Preserves
  • Sweet Potatoes
  • Broiled Quail
  • Corn Dodger
  • Fried Peach Pie
  • Browned Potatoes
  • Lady Peas
  • Hot Pepper Relish
  • Smoked Buffalo Tongues


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A TASTE OF ARKANSAS
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did you know?

DID YOU KNOW THESE FACTS ABOUT ARKANSAS?


  1. Arkansas has a population of 2,915,918 (2010 Census)

  2. The state developed a cotton culture in the east in lands of the Mississippi Delta. This was where enslaved labor was used most extensively, as planters brought with them or imported slaves from the Upper South.

  3. On the eve of the Civil War in 1860, enslaved African Americans numbered 111,115 people, just over 25% of the state's population.

  4. The Little Rock Nine brought Arkansas to national attention when the Federal government intervened to protect African-American students trying to integrate a high school in the Arkansas capital.

  5. The state's gross domestic product for 2005 was $87 billion.

  6. Generally, Arkansas has hot, humid summers and cold, slightly drier winters.

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Team CBO Registers for Arkansas 2015-16 Urban Bow Deer Hunt
 
Brief history of black teachers in Arkansas. This video is used for teacher professional development @ AETN Ideas.
 
Pine Bluff Arkansas High Dancers (drill team)
 
 
DEMOGRAPHICS & QUICK FACTS
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Demographics of Arkansas
By Race White Black American Indian Asian Hispanic
total population 75.6% 15.8% 0.9% 1.1% 5.6%

Because Hispanics could be counted in other races, the totals above could possibly be more than 100%. If you would like a detailed listing of all ethnic groups in the U.S., please Click Here.

Quick Facts:
  1. Percentage of black-owned firms, 4.3%

  2. 51.1% of Arkansans are female and 48.9% are male.

  3. Arkansas ranks #48 as best states to live.   source


State Symbols:

Arkansas Flag
The Flag of the State of Arkansas


  • Flower - Apple Blossom
  • Bird - Mockingbird
  • Song - “Arkansas”
  • Tree - Pine
  • Insect - Honeybee

    Nickname: The Natural State


10 Largest Cities:
  1. Little Rock
  2. Fort Smith
  3. Fayetteville
  4. Springdale
  5. Jonesboro
  6. North Little Rock
  7. Conway
  8. Rogers
  9. Pine Bluff
  10. Hot Springs
 























 
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