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  1. Cities of the United States: The South : Alabama Arkansas Delaware Florida Georgia Kentucky Louisiana Maryland Mississippi North Carolina Oklahoma S (Cities of the United States Vol 1 the South) by Linda Schmittroth, 1994-03

81. Arkansas Travel And Tourism Index - Travel To Arkansas, USA
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Arkansas Guides Arkansas Start Page Destination Guides Eureka Springs Little Rock : State Capital and Largest City in Arkansas. Arkansas Geography County Profile: Text List Map Land Area; 52,082 sq. mi.; 27th

82. HighBeam Research: ELibrary Search: Results
American geography Oklahoma The Dictionary of Cultural Literacy Kansas to the north,Missouri and arkansas to the Its capital and largest city is Oklahoma City

83. Exploring KANSAS SIGHTS (2003)
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84. Malvern AR - HISTORY - CityInsider - Malvern Arkansas
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Plains states, is slightly south of the geographic center of Canadian, Cimarron, SaltFork of the arkansas, and the Most cities levy an additional tax of 1% to
Geography Oklahoma, one of the Great Plains states, is slightly south of the geographic center of the U.S. Most of the state is a great, rolling plain, sloping gently from northwest to southeast. Highest elevation is 4,973 feet above sea level at the Black Mesa in the northwestern corner of the area known as the Panhandle; lowest, 287 feet, is near Idabel in the extreme southeast. Approximately 24% of the state’s total area is forested, principally the region bordering Missouri and Arkansas. Although part of the Great Plains, Oklahoma has four mountain ranges: the Ouachita in the southeast, the Ozark Plateau in the northeast, the Arbuckle in the south central part of the state, and the Wichita in the southwest. Throughout the northwest and the Panhandle are sudden outcrops of sandstone and gypsum, sharp ravines and stark hills. In the north central region are several salt flats. Largest is the Great Salt Plains, covering about 25 miles near Cherokee. The state’s major rivers are the Arkansas and the Red; the Red River forms the state’s southern boundary with Texas. Other large streams, all flowing into either the Arkansas or the Red, are the Illinois, Grand (or Neosho), Verdigris, Poteau, Canadian, Cimarron, Salt Fork of the Arkansas, and the Washita. On most of the larger rivers, great lakes ranging in size from 890 acres to over 102,500 acres, have been impounded. Largest of more than 60 such reservoirs are Eufaula, Texoma, Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees, Fort Gibson, Oologah, Kerr, Pine Creek, Broken Bow, Tenkiller, Hudson, Keystone, Foss, Fort Cobb and Great Salt Plains.

86. "The New Geography" By Joel Kotkin
and in nearby residential neighborhoods, redevelopment and environmental cleanupalong the arkansas River, as well as expanding the arts presence in the city.
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midst the ramshackle collection of lots, older buildings and art deco gems that is downtown Tulsa, Okla., sits a monument to the most recent "good old days." At 750,000 square feet, the newly completed, fifteen-story Williams Communications tower the city's first new major office building in 15 years sits like a steel and glass cube, reminiscent, in a strange way, to the "Borg" cubes of the Star Trek television series. And perhaps, all too much like the sci-fi Borg a bio-mechanistic race devoted to stripping away the essence of more natural beings the Williams cube is now sucking much of the life, and traditional swagger, from this former energy boomtown on the muddy Arkansas River. With Williams Communications now in bankruptcy, and its parent Williams Cos. crippled with debt, there is little hope that the new tower will be anything but largely empty for the foreseeable future. Already 500 of the telecommunication firm's 2,800 area employees have been laid off, with more layoffs expected to follow. Much larger Williams Cos., whose main asset lies in a network of gas pipeline, has also recently announced that it will sell upwards of $3 billion in assets to raise cash, and will cut its payroll as well. The company, whose stock price has fallen 60% over the past year, has now taken to denying that it will soon face an Enron Corp.-like collapse. "It's had a depressing effect," suggests Brent Johnson, chief executive officer of, a successful software firm located blocks from the cube. "It's keeping people down about the future."

87. Map And Geography Library - Sanborn Map Holdings - States Other Than Illinois
, Individual volumes are located in the Map geography Librar unless otherwise STATE,CITY, YEAR, NO. OF SHEETS, NOTES, LOCATION. arkansas, Bentonville, 1922, 9, . .
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88. Encyclopedia: Fayetteville, Arkansas
The city is the county seat of Washington County 6 . Fayettevilleis home to the University of arkansas. geography. Fayetteville,-Arkansas

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    Fayetteville is a city located in Washington County, Arkansas . As of the census, the city had a total population of 58,047. The city is the county seat of Washington County
    Fayetteville is home to the University of Arkansas
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    As of the census of African American Native American Asian , 0.16% Pacific Islander, 1.99% from other races, and 2.42% from two or more races. 4.86% of the population are

    89. Telisa's Arkansas Web Site
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    t Telisa's Arkansas Geography State Symbols People/Cities Geography History Economy Wildlife AR Home Ozark plateau it is part of Arkansas,Illinois, Missouri, and Oklahoma. Ouchita Mountains streches from eastern Oklahoma to central Arkansas.

    90. Geography Home Page
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    91. - States And Capitals
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    92. Geographic Change Notes: Arkansas
    Geographic Change Notes arkansas. State arkansas, (05 AR). Area, EffectiveDate, Change. Alexander city, 05/19/90, annexation into Saline County.
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    Geographic Change Notes: Arkansas
    State: Arkansas (05 AR) Area Effective Date Change Alexander city annexation into Saline County Alpena town annexation into Carroll County Anthonyville town, Crittenden County incorporation (Census place: 0058; FIPS: 01457) Austin city area description change, from town to city Birdsong town FIPS change from, 06430 to 06340 Bono city area description change, from town to city Briarcliff town, Baxter County incorporation (Census place: 0266; FIPS: 08665) Cedarville city, Crawford County incorporation (Census place: 0367; FIPS: 12520) Cherokee Village city, Fulton County incorporation (Census place: 0384; FIPS: 13471) subsequent name and political description change, from Cherokee Village West town to Cherokee Village city Clarkedale city, Crittenden County new incorporation (FIPS: 14050) Denning town area description change, from city to town Donaldson town, Hot Spring County incorporation (Census place: 0573; FIPS: 19450)

    93. South Carolina History Arkansas Encyclopedia Of Arkansas Arkansas History State
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    United States Southern states history, events in the South, and information on the Southern states. South Carolina South Carolina is a southern state in the United States . The Province of South Carolina was one of the thirteen colonies that revolted against British rule in the American Revolution . The state is named after King Charles I of England . As of , the state's population is 4,012,012. USS South Carolina was named in honor of this state.
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    On February 5 South Carolina became the first state to ratify the first constitution of the United States, the Articles of Confederation South Carolina was the first state which tried to secede from the United States , to form the Confederate States of America , precipitating the Civil War . The initial battle of this war happened at Fort Sumter , which stands on an island in Charleston harbor.
    South Carolina is bounded to the north by North Carolina , to the south and west by Georgia , across the Savannah River , and to the east by the Atlantic Ocean . The capital and largest city is Columbia . Other important cities are Charleston , Greenville , and Spartanburg South Carolina is composed of four geographic areas, whose boundries roughly parallel the northeast/southwest Atlantic coastline. The lower part of the state is the

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