Arkansas - 50 States - US Geography
Arkansas's nickname is the "Natural State," and it cannot be denied, Arkansas is awash in natural beauty, from the abundant lakes, rivers and hot springs to the Ozark mountains and the Blanchard Springs Caverns. Arkansas became the 25th state on June 15th, 1836.
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Tour Guide: Michael Kelly
Directed by Michael Harrison
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Crater of Diamonds State Park
Author: Doug Wertman
Richland Creek Wilderness
Cedar Falls at Petit Jean State Park
Blanchard Springs Caverns
Author: Linda Tanner
Arkansas State Capitol building
Author: Stuart Seeger