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Sebastian County Arkansas Genealogy & Family History Resources
Cities, Towns, Villages & Communities:
Barling, Bonanza, Central City, Fort Smith, Greenwood, Hackett, Hartford, Huntington, Lavaca, Mansfield, Midland

Established: January 6, 1851 (56th County)
Parent County: Crawford, Polk, Scott, Van Buren

*County Seat: Greenwood & Fort Smith
*Sebastian County is one of ten counties in Arkansas that has two county seats.

Adjacent Counties (Arkansas): Crawford, Franklin, Logan, Scott
Adjacent Counties (Oklahoma): Le Flore, Sequoyah

Name Origin: Sebastian County is named for William Sebastian, a United States Senator from Helena, Arkansas.

 
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