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Maps of Arkansas provide information on the different cities and land features in the state of Arkansas. Check out our interactive maps of Arkansas.

Fayetteville

Fayetteville

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Fort Smith

Fort Smith

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Hot Springs

Hot Springs

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Little Rock

Little Rock

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Pine Bluff

Pine Bluff

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Texarkana

Texarkana

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Capital Little Rock
Area 53,187 sq mi
137,754 sq km
Population
(2000 census)
2,673,400
Major Cities
(2000 census)
Little Rock (183,133), Fort Smith (80,268),
North Little Rock (60,433),
Fayetteville (58,047), Jonesboro (55,515),
Pine Bluff (55,085)
Major Rivers Mississippi, Arkansas, Red, Ouachita, White, St. Francis
Highest Point Magazine Mtn.
2,753 feet
839 meters
Industry food processing, electrical equipment, fabricated metal products, machinery, paper products, bromine
Agriculture chickens, eggs, hogs, beef cattle, milk, soybeans, rice, cotton
Minerals and Resources natural gas, petroleum, bromine, crushed stone, cement

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Geography of Arkansas

Arkansas, one of the Southern states of the United States. It lies just west of the Mississippi River and is bordered by Tennessee.

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History of Arkansas

The Bluff Dwellers were the first known inhabitants of what is now Arkansas. These primitive people lived in caves and on rock shelves in northeastern Arkansas before 500 A.D.