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The history of Pope County began 186 years ago
with the June 1813 establishment of an Indian agency. Major William L. Lovely
was appointed as an agent to the Cherokee Indians and established the agency.
This area was near the center of the Cherokee settlements in Arkansas. Dwight
Mission was later located near the agency and was the first non-Indian settlement
in Pope County established in 1820. The first school in Arkansas opened at the
mission on January 1, 1822. Pope County was originally formed on November 2,
1829, from part of Crawford County. Later, part of Van Buren County was added
to it and still later a part of Johnson and Yell Counties were added to it.
It was named for John Pope, the third Arkansas Territorial Governor. The City
of Pottsville lies east of Russellville and recently celebrated its 100'h anniversary.
The history of the town really began in 1820 when Kirkbride Potts settled and
homesteaded 160 acres. The historic Potts Inn in downtown Pottsville was built
by Potts and completed about 1858. Potts Tavern is now on the National Register
of Historic Places. Descendants of the family lived in the home until the 1960's.
The home also served as a stagecoach stop and post office. To the north lies
the Ozark National Forest with many and varied recreational areaas, hunting,
fishing, camping floating, hiking trails and perhaps the only bayou in the country
featuring whitewater. Holla Bend Natural Wildlife Refuge is one of the state's
most outstanding areas for viewing and photographing wildlife, especially eagles
and waterfowl and a significant wintering population of Canadian Geese. Arkansas
Nuclear One is a landmark in London. State Parks include Lake Dardanelle State
Park and Quita Park. The Corp. of Engineers has Sweeden Island Park, Lock and
Dam Park. The Forest Service has Long Pool and Bayou Bluff Parks. Russellville
is the county seat of Pope County. Pope County has 5 school district: Russellville,
Atkins, Pottsville, Hector and Dover. Pope County has a population of 54,000.
Pope County Officials in Picture Above: Left to Right (front row): Juanita Barber,
Circuit Clerk; Karen Martin, Assessor; Bobbye McAlister, Collector; and Gail
Lutrell, Treasurer Left to Right (back row): Ken Coker, Circuit Judge; Jay Winters,
Sheriff; Don Johnson, County Clerk; and Jim Ed Gibson, County Judge
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