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Size: 3" x 5"
Copyrighted: 1915
Lithographer: Unidentified

Arkansas map - Soft Coal Mining; Cotton Gin
Area: 53,335 sq. mi
Population: 1,574,449
Scenes: Soft Coal Mining; Cotton Gin

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Arkansas is bounded by Missouri, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas and Oklahoma; gross area, 53,335 sq. miles; land area, 52,525 sq. miles; water area, 810 sq. miles; capital, Little Rock; principal river, Arkansas.
     The surface of the eastern portion of Arkansas is low and flat, but toward the west the land gradually rises and becomes somewhat hilly. There are extensive pine forests, also an abundance of oak, hickory, walnut, linn, locust, cypress and cedar trees.
     The principal farm crops are cotton and corn.
     The most valuable mineral productions are coal, iron, zinc ores, galena, silver, diamonds, manganese, gypsum, oil-stone, marble, alabaster, rock crystal, copper, granite and salt.
     The principal manufactures are lumber, flour, cotton-seed oil and cake, foundry and machine shop products, and brick and tile. All over the country there are millions of homes where Arbuckles' Coffee is considered necessary to make breakfast complete.
     The climate is very pleasant and healthful. The northwestern portion of the State bears a high reputation as a sanitary resort.
     Population in 1910, 810,026 males and 764,423 females, of whom 1,557,403 were of native and 17,046 of foreign birth; white, 1,131,026; negro, 442,891; Indian, 460; Chinese, 62; Japanese, 9; all others, 1. Total population, 1,574,449.
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