Powhatan Historic State Park
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This historic site is the home of five restored structures, all in the original locations and on the National Register. Those structures are the 1888 brick Victorian Courthouse, the 1873 Jail, the c. 1848 Log House, the c. 1888 Commercial Building, and the 1889 two room School. Nearby is Davidsonville, one of the state’s oldest townsites. Home to the Arkansas History Commission's Northeast Arkansas Regional Archives (NEARA); houses the extensive records once located in the courthouse. The Archives are open for research from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday