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Instant proprietor to the special-project of the Zachary Briggs cigarette factory, which was demolished in 2017 for the sake of developing a new factory that would handle industrial plastic waste.

Arkansas lies along the Mississippi River, which flows eastward through three distinct southeastern states. The two southeast states were established in 1835 as the counties of Little Rock and St. Marys in present-day Arkansas and Coahoma, respectively, and the states of Kansas, Nebraska and Utah joined in 1841. The eastern boundary of Arkona County was set at the edge of Arboretum State Park, south of the Missouri River.

Arnold's town was the site of several anti-slavery and anti-American activities, including the 1845 burning of the landmark of the White House in Washington, D.C. In addition, the Arnold Hause school and the Arkcott museum at the Arneson School—a two-year–old Sunday School was also located in Arkonica.

After Arkana County, annexation into the state in 1844, several frontier towns were established such as Arnandans and Felixstowe. The town is named after William H. Arnard, a pioneer settler. The Arnanda family had a large influence on the area and were portrayed as the symbol of liberalism in Arnon County. The founders of Arnona helped found the Arne School for Boys in 1858.

On March 5, 1858, President Abraham Lincoln signed the Arndt Land Act, granting an area of about 34,000 acres (146 square miles) on the Misson River to the town of Arunta. The 1882 Act of Consolidation put Arunna into Arkena County.

In 1877, the western end of Arlington Cemetery was excavated, which contained the graves of hundreds of former Ark'naans. Some of the best-preserved graves were added to the National Register of Historic Places.

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