National Register of Historic Places listings in Ouachita County, Arkansas


National Register of Historic Places listings in Ouachita County, Arkansas
Location of Ouachita County in Arkansas

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Ouachita County, Arkansas.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Ouachita County, Arkansas, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in a Google map.[1]

There are 36 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 3 distinct parts of 1 National Historic Landmark.

Contents: Counties in Arkansas

Arkansas - Ashley - Baxter - Benton - Boone - Bradley - Calhoun - Carroll - Chicot - Clark - Clay - Cleburne - Cleveland - Columbia - Conway - Craighead - Crawford - Crittenden - Cross - Dallas - Desha - Drew - Faulkner - Franklin - Fulton - Garland - Grant - Greene - Hempstead - Hot Spring - Howard - Independence - Izard - Jackson - Jefferson - Johnson - Lafayette - Lawrence - Lee - Lincoln - Little River - Logan - Lonoke - Madison - Marion - Miller - Mississippi - Monroe - Montgomery - Nevada - Newton - Ouachita - Perry - Phillips - Pike - Poinsett - Polk - Pope - Prairie - Pulaski (Little Rock) - Randolph - St. Francis - Saline - Scott - Searcy - Sebastian - Sevier - Sharp - Stone - Union - Van Buren - Washington - White - Woodruff - Yell

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted November 10, 2011.[2]



Current listings

[3] Landmark name [4] Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Arkansas Highway 57 Bridge 02005-09-28September 28, 2005 Highway 57 over a Union Pacific railroad line
33°24′46″N 93°04′10″W / 33.412778°N 93.069444°W / 33.412778; -93.069444 (Arkansas Highway 57 Bridge)
Stephens
2 Bearden Waterworks 02006-10-05October 5, 2006 Junction of N. 2nd and N. Cedar
33°43′39″N 92°37′01″W / 33.7275°N 92.616944°W / 33.7275; -92.616944 (Bearden Waterworks)
Bearden
3 Bragg House 01974-03-01March 1, 1974 West of Camden on Highway 4
33°34′52″N 92°53′56″W / 33.581111°N 92.898889°W / 33.581111; -92.898889 (Bragg House)
Camden
4 Capt. John T. Burkett House 01998-06-03June 3, 1998 607 County Road 65
33°26′27″N 92°47′39″W / 33.440833°N 92.794167°W / 33.440833; -92.794167 (Capt. John T. Burkett House)
Frenchport
5 Camden Confederate Monument
Camden Confederate Monument
01996-05-07May 7, 1996 Courthouse Lawn, Jefferson St. between Harrison St. and Scott Alley
33°35′03″N 92°49′49″W / 33.584167°N 92.830278°W / 33.584167; -92.830278 (Camden Confederate Monument)
Camden
6 Camden Water Battery 02007-05-30May 30, 2007 Address Restricted
Camden
7 Clifton and Greening Streets Historic District
Clifton and Greening Streets Historic District
01998-08-14August 14, 1998 Roughly bounded by Clifton and Greening Sts., and Dallas and Cleveland Aves.
33°35′13″N 92°50′10″W / 33.58694°N 92.83611°W / 33.58694; -92.83611 (Clifton and Greening Streets Historic District)
Boundary increase I (listed November 19, 2001): 411 and 417 Greening St.
Boundary increase II (listed September 19, 2007): 622, 630, and 634 Clifton St., 206 Dallas Ave., and 502 Greening St.
Boundary increase III (listed September 23, 2011): 140 California St.
Camden
8 Elliott-Meek House 01974-03-01March 1, 1974 761 Washington St.
33°35′02″N 92°50′30″W / 33.583889°N 92.841667°W / 33.583889; -92.841667 (Elliott-Meek House)
Camden
9 Fort Lookout 01994-04-19April 19, 1994 Southern bank of the Ouachita River, about 1.0 mile west of U.S. Route 79
33°36′00″N 92°50′04″W / 33.6°N 92.834444°W / 33.6; -92.834444 (Fort Lookout)
Camden One of the Camden Expedition Sites, a National Historic Landmark consisting of sites in several counties
10 Fort Southerland 01994-04-19April 19, 1994 Roughly bounded by Lear Ave., Bradley Ferry Rd., and Progress St.
33°34′25″N 92°49′03″W / 33.573611°N 92.8175°W / 33.573611; -92.8175 (Fort Southerland)
Camden One of the Camden Expedition Sites, a National Historic Landmark consisting of sites in several counties
11 Graham-Gaughan-Betts House 01974-10-18October 18, 1974 710 Washington St.
33°35′05″N 92°50′24″W / 33.584722°N 92.84°W / 33.584722; -92.84 (Graham-Gaughan-Betts House)
Camden
12 Harvey's Grocery and Texaco Station 02001-05-25May 25, 2001 3241 Highway 24
33°36′31″N 92°54′43″W / 33.608611°N 92.911944°W / 33.608611; -92.911944 (Harvey's Grocery and Texaco Station)
Camden
13 Hickman House 02006-03-02March 2, 2006 3568 Mt. Holly Rd.
33°30′29″N 92°51′09″W / 33.507947°N 92.852517°W / 33.507947; -92.852517 (Hickman House)
Camden
14 Holt-Poindexter Store Building 01986-10-23October 23, 1986 County Road
33°27′08″N 93°01′24″W / 33.452222°N 93.023333°W / 33.452222; -93.023333 (Holt-Poindexter Store Building)
Stephens
15 Camden
16 Ben Laney Bridge 02000-06-09June 9, 2000 U.S. Route 79 Business over the Ouachita River
33°35′47″N 92°49′07″W / 33.596389°N 92.818611°W / 33.596389; -92.818611 (Ben Laney Bridge)
Camden
17 Leake-Ingham Building 01975-05-02May 2, 1975 926 Washington St., NW.
33°35′05″N 92°50′38″W / 33.584722°N 92.843889°W / 33.584722; -92.843889 (Leake-Ingham Building)
Camden
18 Lester And Haltom No. 1 Well Site 01976-04-03April 3, 1976 Northeast of Stephens on Old Wire Rd.
33°25′43″N 93°00′45″W / 33.428611°N 93.0125°W / 33.428611; -93.0125 (Lester And Haltom No. 1 Well Site)
Stephens
19 McCollum-Chidester House 01971-06-24June 24, 1971 926 Washington St., NW.
33°35′05″N 92°50′32″W / 33.584722°N 92.842222°W / 33.584722; -92.842222 (McCollum-Chidester House)
Camden
20 Missouri-Pacific Railroad Depot-Camden 01992-06-11June 11, 1992 Southwestern corner of the junction of Main and 1st Sts.
33°34′56″N 92°49′40″W / 33.582222°N 92.827778°W / 33.582222; -92.827778 (Missouri-Pacific Railroad Depot-Camden)
Camden
21 Oakland Cemetery 02000-06-09June 9, 2000 100 block of Maul Rd., bounded by Pearl St. and Madison Ave.
33°35′36″N 92°49′59″W / 33.593333°N 92.833056°W / 33.593333; -92.833056 (Oakland Cemetery)
Camden
22 Oakland Cemetery, Confederate Section 01996-12-12December 12, 1996 North of Pearl St., between Adams and Young Sts.
33°35′36″N 92°49′55″W / 33.593333°N 92.831944°W / 33.593333; -92.831944 (Oakland Cemetery, Confederate Section)
Camden
23 Oakland Farm 01978-03-24March 24, 1978 South of Camden at Tate and Oakland Sts.
33°32′32″N 92°50′50″W / 33.542222°N 92.847222°W / 33.542222; -92.847222 (Oakland Farm)
Camden
24 Old Camden Post Office 01977-05-02May 2, 1977 133 Washington St., SW.
33°35′09″N 92°49′49″W / 33.585833°N 92.830278°W / 33.585833; -92.830278 (Old Camden Post Office)
Camden
25 Ouachita County Courthouse
Ouachita County Courthouse
01989-11-13November 13, 1989 145 Jefferson Ave.
33°35′04″N 92°49′49″W / 33.584444°N 92.830278°W / 33.584444; -92.830278 (Ouachita County Courthouse)
Camden
26 Poison Spring State Park 01969-12-03December 3, 1969 Northwest of Camden
33°38′45″N 93°01′02″W / 33.645833°N 93.017222°W / 33.645833; -93.017222 (Poison Spring State Park)
Chidester
27 Benjamin T. Powell House 01974-01-21January 21, 1974 305 California Ave.
33°34′52″N 92°49′59″W / 33.581111°N 92.833056°W / 33.581111; -92.833056 (Benjamin T. Powell House)
Camden
28 Richmond-Tufts House 01977-12-02December 2, 1977 Northwest of Camden on Highway 24
33°36′25″N 92°54′31″W / 33.606944°N 92.908611°W / 33.606944; -92.908611 (Richmond-Tufts House)
Camden
29 Rumph House 02003-09-25September 25, 2003 717 Washington St.
33°35′03″N 92°50′25″W / 33.584167°N 92.840278°W / 33.584167; -92.840278 (Rumph House)
Camden
30 Rowland B. Smith House 01974-01-21January 21, 1974 234 Agee St.
33°34′54″N 92°50′38″W / 33.581667°N 92.843889°W / 33.581667; -92.843889 (Rowland B. Smith House)
Camden
31 Tate's Barn 01972-11-09November 9, 1972 902 Tate St.
33°32′30″N 92°50′41″W / 33.541667°N 92.844722°W / 33.541667; -92.844722 (Tate's Barn)
Camden
32 Tate's Bluff Fortification 02002-12-31December 31, 2002 Address Restricted
Tate's Bluff
33 Two Bayou Methodist Church and Cemetery 01998-07-09July 9, 1998 County Road 125
33°32′42″N 92°57′44″W / 33.545°N 92.962222°W / 33.545; -92.962222 (Two Bayou Methodist Church and Cemetery)
Camden
34 Tyson Family Commercial Building 01994-11-21November 21, 1994 151 Adams St., SE.
33°35′04″N 92°49′45″W / 33.584444°N 92.829167°W / 33.584444; -92.829167 (Tyson Family Commercial Building)
Camden
35 Sidney A. Umsted House 01995-06-30June 30, 1995 404 Washington St.
33°35′06″N 92°50′04″W / 33.585°N 92.834444°W / 33.585; -92.834444 (Sidney A. Umsted House)
Camden
36 Washington Street Historic District 02010-01-22January 22, 2010 404-926 W. Washington, 619-816 Graham, 116-132 N. Cleveland, 131-139 N. Agee and 132 N. California
33°35′05″N 92°50′17″W / 33.584597°N 92.837956°W / 33.584597; -92.837956 (Washington Street Historic District)
Camden

See also

References

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by Google maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on November 10, 2011.
  3. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmark sites and National Register of Historic Places Districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. . http://nrhp.focus.nps.gov/natreg/docs/All_Data.html. 

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