National Register Listings in
White County, Arkansas

Abington, William Thomas, House Ackins House American Legion Hall Andrews, Col. Ralph, House Baldock House Bank of Searcy Beebe Jail Beebe Railroad Station Beebe Theater Bell House Berry House Big Four School Black, Benjamin Clayton, House Bloom House Blunt House Livestock Barn Boggs, James William, House Bone, Luke, Grocery-Boarding House Booth, Green, House Booth-Weir House Bradford City Hall-Byers Masonic Lodge Brooks House Brown House Brown, Joe, House and Farmstead Burnett House Caldwell House Campbell-Chrisp House Cary House Chandler House Childers Farmstead Churchill-Hilger House Cobb, Pattie, Hall Collison House Cooley, Sam, Barn Cremane House Critz, Col. John, Farm, Springhouse Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cypert, Jesse N., Law Office Darden-Gifford House Deener House Doniphan Lumber Mill Historic District Doyle, David, House No. 2 Edie, James W., House El Paso Bank Elm Street House Emmer, Joe, House First United Methodist Church Floyd Cotton Gin Fox Motel House Fredonia Cemetery Historic Section Freeman, Wood, House No. 1 Freeman, Wood, House No. 2 Frizell, Dr., House Garrard, Lizzie, House Gooden, Milt, House Grand Army of the Republic Memorial Gravel Hill Baptist Church Gray House Gray, Louis, Homestead, Barn Gray, Rufus, House Gray-Kincaid House Griffithville School Hale, Thomas Jefferson, General Merchandise Store Hall, Fred, House Hammond, Mary Alice, House Harper, Roy, House Hartsell, Morris, Farmstead Hassell House Hays, Brady, Homestead Henson, Alfred W., House Hickmon, Marshall, Homestead Hickmon, U. L., Hardware Store Hicks-Dugan-Deener House Hilger, Louis N., Homestead, Livestock Barn Hill Farm Hoag House Holly Grove School Hoofman Farmstead Barn Hoofman, Arthur W., House Hoofman, Tobe, Farmstead Hopewell District No. 45 School Hunt House Hunt, Thomas, House Hutchinson, L. D., House James, Dr., House Jameson-Richards Cafe Jameson-Richards Gas Station Joiner House Jones, Mark P., House Judsonia Bridge Judsonia Community Building Historic District Kelly, C. D., House Kerr-Booth House Kimbrough, S. A., House Klotz, Henry W., Sr., Service Station Klotz, Henry, Sr., House Larned, Capt., House Lattimer House Laws-Jarvis House Lea, Harvey, House Leggett House Letona Hotel Lightle House Lightle House Lightle, Ben, House Lightle, William H., House Little, Jim, House Livestock and Equipment Barn, Glenn Homestead Lone Star School Lovell, Dr., House Maddox, E. D., Farm Chicken House Marsh, Walter, House Marsh, Wesley, House Martindale Corn Crib Mason House Mayfair Hotel McAdams House McAdams, Dr., House McDonald, Emmett, House McRae Jail Methodist Episcopal Church, South Miller, Emmett, House Mills House Missouri Pacific Railway Caboose #928 Missouri-Pacific Depot Moody House Moore House Morris House Morris Institute Dairy Barn Mount Olive-Bedford Chapel Cemetery Neaville, J. A., House New Mt. Pisgah School Nimmo Clubhouse O'Neal, Howard, Barn Pangburn, Austin, House Paschall House Patman House Pence-Carmichael Farm, Barn and Root Cellar Plummer House Powell Clothing Store Prince House Ransom, Edward, Farmstead, Livestock and Equipment Barn Ray, Sam, House Rhew, J. C., Co. Packing Shed Rialto Theater Robertson Drugstore Robertson House Rock Building Russell Jail Scott-Davis House Searcy Confederate Monument Searcy Post Office Sellers House Shue House Shutter, John, House Simpson, Stanley, Farmstead Picking Shed Smith House Smith, A. J., House Smyrna Methodist Church Snipes, Dr. Emmett, House St. Richard's Catholic Church Staggs-Huffaker Building Stipe Cotton Gin Storm Cellar, William Howell House Thomas House Thompson House Thrasher, John, Homestead Titan II ICBM Launch Complex 373-5 Site Titus House Trinity Episcopal Church Walker Homestead Historic District Walker, Otha, Homestead Ward-Stout House Watkins House Watkins, Tom, House Watson, William Henry, Homestead Weber House Whisinant, Albert, House White County Courthouse Wilburn House Williams House Williams, Arthur, Homestead, Feed Storage Shed Wood, Jack, House Woodson, Arthur W., House Woodson, Dalton, House Wright, Avanell, House Wright, Jim, Farmstead Historic District
The Ozark National Forest covers more than 1 million acres in northern Arkansas and is known for its scenic beauty and outdoor recreational opportunities. The forest contains numerous hiking trails, camping areas, and scenic drives.
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