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This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Hempstead County, Arkansas.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Hempstead County, Arkansas, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in a map.

There are 29 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 1 National Historic Landmark. Another 4 properties were once listed but have been removed.

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This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted March 31, 2017.

Current listings

Name on the Register Image Date listed Location City or town Description
1 Brundidge Building
Brundidge Building
March 27, 1990
(#90000431)
W. 2nd St.
33°40′03″N 93°35′32″W / 33.6675°N 93.592222°W / 33.6675; -93.592222 (Brundidge Building)
Hope
2 Bill Clinton Birthplace
Bill Clinton Birthplace
May 19, 1994
(#94000472)
117 S. Hervey St.
33°40′02″N 93°35′47″W / 33.667222°N 93.596389°W / 33.667222; -93.596389 (Bill Clinton Birthplace)
Hope
3 Confederate State Capitol
Confederate State Capitol
May 19, 1972
(#72000203)
Main St.
33°46′43″N 93°40′41″W / 33.778611°N 93.678056°W / 33.778611; -93.678056 (Confederate State Capitol)
Washington One of the Camden Expedition Sites, a National Historic Landmark consisting of sites in several counties
4 Dooley's Ferry Fortifications Historic District
Dooley's Ferry Fortifications Historic District
September 22, 2004
(#04001031)
On the bluffs above Dooley's Ferry
33°30′47″N 93°44′32″W / 33.513056°N 93.742222°W / 33.513056; -93.742222 (Dooley's Ferry Fortifications Historic District)
Spring Hill
5 Ethridge House
Ethridge House
December 1, 1993
(#93001259)
511 N. Main St.
33°40′25″N 93°35′37″W / 33.673611°N 93.593611°W / 33.673611; -93.593611 (Ethridge House)
Hope
6 Foster House
Foster House
June 5, 1991
(#91000683)
420 S. Spruce St.
33°40′00″N 93°35′04″W / 33.666667°N 93.584444°W / 33.666667; -93.584444 (Foster House)
Hope 1918 American Foursquare with Prairie and Craftsman details
7 Foster House
Foster House
December 22, 1982
(#82000825)
303 N. Hervey St.
33°40′10″N 93°35′49″W / 33.669444°N 93.596944°W / 33.669444; -93.596944 (Foster House)
Hope
8 Goodlett Gin
Goodlett Gin
January 17, 1975
(#75000387)
799 Franklin St.
33°46′48″N 93°40′41″W / 33.78°N 93.678056°W / 33.78; -93.678056 (Goodlett Gin)
Washington
9 E.S. Greening House
July 9, 1987
(#87001147)
707 E. Division St.
33°40′16″N 93°34′52″W / 33.671111°N 93.581111°W / 33.671111; -93.581111 (E.S. Greening House)
Hope burned down
10 Hempstead County Courthouse
Hempstead County Courthouse
May 19, 1994
(#94000442)
Northwestern corner of the junction of 5th and Washington Sts.
33°39′52″N 93°35′55″W / 33.664444°N 93.598611°W / 33.664444; -93.598611 (Hempstead County Courthouse)
Hope 1939 Art Deco courthouse
11 Hope Girl Scout Little House
Hope Girl Scout Little House
January 27, 2015
(#14001199)
NE. corner of Jones St. & Fair Park
33°39′31″N 93°36′25″W / 33.6587°N 93.6069°W / 33.6587; -93.6069 (Hope Girl Scout Little House)
Hope
12 Hope Historic Commercial District
Hope Historic Commercial District
July 28, 1995
(#95000905)
Roughly bounded by the Union Pacific railroad tracks, Louisiana St., 3rd St. and Walnut St.
33°40′04″N 93°35′32″W / 33.667778°N 93.592222°W / 33.667778; -93.592222 (Hope Historic Commercial District)
Hope
13 McRae House
McRae House
December 22, 1982
(#82000826)
1113 E. 3rd St.
33°40′04″N 93°34′45″W / 33.667778°N 93.579167°W / 33.667778; -93.579167 (McRae House)
Hope
14 Missouri Pacific Railroad Depot-Hope
Missouri Pacific Railroad Depot-Hope
June 11, 1992
(#92000610)
North of the junction of E. Division and Main Sts.
33°40′08″N 93°35′32″W / 33.668889°N 93.592222°W / 33.668889; -93.592222 (Missouri Pacific Railroad Depot-Hope)
Hope Reopened as Hope (Amtrak station) on April 4, 2013.
15 Mounds Cemetery
June 5, 2013
(#13000350)
County Road 13 northwest of Hempstead
33°46′48″N 93°49′22″W / 33.780000°N 93.822778°W / 33.780000; -93.822778 (Mounds Cemetery)
Columbus Resting place of Hempstead County's first pioneers, built around a pair of Indian mounds
16 North Elm Street Historic District
North Elm Street Historic District
July 28, 1995
(#95000904)
Roughly bounded by the Union Pacific railroad tracks, Hervey St., G Ave. and Hazel St.
33°40′17″N 93°35′39″W / 33.671389°N 93.594167°W / 33.671389; -93.594167 (North Elm Street Historic District)
Hope 1890-1945 collection of 54 structures in various architectural styles
17 North Washington Street Historic District
North Washington Street Historic District
July 28, 1995
(#95000903)
Eastern side of N. Washington St. between B and E Sts.
33°40′12″N 93°35′58″W / 33.67°N 93.599444°W / 33.67; -93.599444 (North Washington Street Historic District)
Hope
18 Oak Grove Missionary Baptist Church
Oak Grove Missionary Baptist Church
May 29, 2003
(#03000463)
County Road 16
33°49′57″N 93°36′39″W / 33.8325°N 93.610833°W / 33.8325; -93.610833 (Oak Grove Missionary Baptist Church)
Blevins
19 Grandison D. Royston House
Grandison D. Royston House
June 21, 1971
(#71000124)
Water St., southwest of Columbus St.
33°46′20″N 93°40′54″W / 33.7721°N 93.6818°W / 33.7721; -93.6818 (Grandison D. Royston House)
Washington
20 Nesburt T. Ruggles House
Nesburt T. Ruggles House
December 9, 1994
(#94001463)
Eastern side of Highway 32, southeast of Shover Springs
33°36′59″N 93°31′33″W / 33.616389°N 93.525833°W / 33.616389; -93.525833 (Nesburt T. Ruggles House)
Shover Springs
21 St. Mark's Episcopal Church
St. Mark's Episcopal Church
May 6, 1976
(#76000414)
3rd and Elm Sts.
33°39′59″N 93°35′33″W / 33.666389°N 93.5925°W / 33.666389; -93.5925 (St. Mark's Episcopal Church)
Hope 1904 church in Gothic Revival style
22 Southwestern Proving Ground Airport Historic District
Southwestern Proving Ground Airport Historic District
June 10, 1999
(#99000230)
Hope Municipal Airport, Airport Rd.
33°43′17″N 93°39′03″W / 33.721389°N 93.650833°W / 33.721389; -93.650833 (Southwestern Proving Ground Airport Historic District)
Hope 1941 munitions testing complex
23 Southwestern Proving Ground Building No. 4
January 22, 2009
(#08001339)
259 County Road 279
33°44′28″N 93°36′38″W / 33.740978°N 93.610492°W / 33.740978; -93.610492 (Southwestern Proving Ground Building No. 4)
Hope
24 Southwestern Proving Ground Building No. 5
January 22, 2009
(#09001247)
259 County Road 279
33°44′28″N 93°36′38″W / 33.740978°N 93.610492°W / 33.740978; -93.610492 (Southwestern Proving Ground Building No. 5)
Hope
25 Southwestern Proving Ground Building No. 129
January 29, 2009
(#08001373)
195 County Road 279
33°44′23″N 93°36′35″W / 33.739594°N 93.609808°W / 33.739594; -93.609808 (Southwestern Proving Ground Building No. 129)
Hope
26 Southwestern Proving Ground Officers Quarters Historic District
Southwestern Proving Ground Officers Quarters Historic District
July 8, 2008
(#08000437)
359-383 Oakhaven
33°43′44″N 93°37′10″W / 33.728889°N 93.619347°W / 33.728889; -93.619347 (Southwestern Proving Ground Officers Quarters Historic District)
Oakhaven
27 Ward-Jackson House
Ward-Jackson House
September 14, 1989
(#89001421)
122 N. Louisiana
33°40′10″N 93°35′43″W / 33.669444°N 93.595278°W / 33.669444; -93.595278 (Ward-Jackson House)
Hope 1903 Victorian house
28 Washington Confederate Monument
Washington Confederate Monument
December 6, 1996
(#96001410)
US 278, northwest of its junction with Highway 32
33°46′30″N 93°41′28″W / 33.775°N 93.691111°W / 33.775; -93.691111 (Washington Confederate Monument)
Washington
29 Washington Historic District
Washington Historic District
June 20, 1972
(#72000204)
Boundaries correspond to original 1824 plat of city
33°40′51″N 93°38′53″W / 33.680833°N 93.648056°W / 33.680833; -93.648056 (Washington Historic District)
Washington

Former listings

Name on the Register Image Date listed Date removed Location City or town Summary
1 Carrigan House
Carrigan House
1978
(#78000591)
January 23, 2008
704 W. Avenue B
Hope
2 Columbus Presbyterian Church
November 17, 1982
(#82000823)
June 12, 2013
Highway 73
33°46′42″N 93°49′03″W / 33.778333°N 93.8175°W / 33.778333; -93.8175 (Columbus Presbyterian Church)
Columbus Listed November 17, 1982. Destroyed by fire
3 Dr. Thomas S. Jacques House
November 3, 1989
(#89001940)
January 29, 2013
Northwest of McCaskill
McCaskill
4 Ozan Methodist Church
1982
(#82000827)
September 17, 1999
Mulberry St.
Ozan
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