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State park tells tale of Powhatan's heyday, decline

By Jack Schnedler

This article was published October 3, 2017 at 1:45 a.m.

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The limestone jail built in the 1870s is part of Powhatan Historic State Park.

All six dozen of today's Powhatan residents could fit with space to spare in the beautifully restored second-floor courtroom of the former Lawrence County Courthouse overlooking this tiny northeast Arkansas community.

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