National Register Listings in
Benton County, Arkansas

Adar House Alden House Alfrey-Brown House Applegate Drugstore Bank of Gentry Bank of Rogers Building Banks House Bartell, Fred, House Beasley Homestead Bella Vista Village Country Club Bella Vista Water Tank Benton County Courthouse Benton County Jail Benton County National Bank Benton County Poor Farm Cemetery Bentonville Confederate Monument Bentonville High School Bentonville Third Street Historic District Bentonville Train Station Bentonville West Central Avenue Historic District Bertschy House Blackburn House Blackwell-Paisley Cabin Bogan Cabin Bogart Hardware Building Bolin Barn and Smokehouse Braithwaite House Bratt-Smiley House Breedlove House and Water Tower Bryan House No. 2 Camp Crowder Gymnasium Campbell House Carl House Carl's Addition Historic District Carpenter Building Coal Gap School Coats School Connelly-Harrington House Coon Creek Bridge Council Grove Methodist Church Craig, Charles R., Building Craig-Bryan House Deaton Cabin Douglas House Duckworth-Williams House Elliott House First National Bank Freeman-Felker House Gailey Hollow Farmstead Garfield Elementary School Gentry Grand Army of the Republic Monument German Builder's House Grand Army of the Republic Memorial Green Barn Gypsy Camp Historic District Hagler-Cole Cabin Henry Furniture Store Building Henry House (Additional Documentation) Highfill School (No. 71) Hiwasse Bank Building House at 305 E. Ashley Illinois River Bridge Illinois River Bridge Jackson House James House Jones House Juhre, Charles, House Kansas City Southern Railway Caboose #383 Kansas City Southern Railway Locomotive #73D and Caboose #385 Kansas City-Southern Depot-Decatur Kefauver House Kindley House Koons House Lakeside Hotel Lamberton Cabin Lane Hotel Lillard-Sprague House Linebarger House Macon-Harrison House Markey House Massey Hotel Maxwell-Hinman House Maxwell-Sweet House McCleod House McIntyre House Merrill House Miller Homestead Mitchell House Mitchell-Ward House Monte Ne Morris House Mt. Hebron M.E. Church South and Cemetery Mutual Aid Union Building Myler House New Home School and Church Norwood School Oak Hill Mausoleum Oklahoma Row Hotel Site Osage Creek Bridge Osage Mills Dam Parks-Reagan House Pea Ridge Commercial Historic District Pea Ridge National Military Park Peel, Col. Samuel W., House Pharr Cabin Piercy Farmstead Pinkston-Mays Store Building (Additional Documentation) Princedom Cabin Putman Cemetery Pyeatte House Quell House Railroad Cottage Raney House Reeves House Rice House Rice, James A., House Rife Farmstead Rife House Rocky Branch School Rogers City Hall Rogers Commercial Historic District (Boundary Increase II) Rogers Commercial Historic District (Boundary Increase III) Rogers Commercial Historic District (Boundary Increase) Rogers Commercial Historic District (Boundary Increase) Rogers Milk Plant Building Rogers Post Office Building Roy's Office Supply Building Sager, Simon, Cabin Sellers Farm Shady Grove School Shaw-Blair House Shiloh House Shores Warehouse Siloam Springs City Park Siloam Springs Downtown Historic District (Additional Documentation) Smith House Springfield to Fayetteville Road-Cross Hollow Segment Springfield to Fayetteville Road-Elkhorn Tavern Segment Stack Barn Stockton Building Stroud House Sulphur Springs Old School Complex Historic District Sulphur Springs Park Reserve Sutherlin Cabin Terry Block Building Thurmond House Van Winkle's Mill Site Vinson House Walnut Street Historic District War Eagle Bridge Wasson House Wee Pine Knot Wonderland Cave Young, Col., House
Arkansas has a rich Native American history, with numerous tribes including the Caddo, Osage, and Quapaw living in the region for thousands of years before European settlement. The Trail of Tears, which was the forced relocation of Native American tribes from the southeastern United States to Oklahoma, also passed through Arkansas.
~ Arkansas random facts