There are two universities in Arkadelphia AR. The first is state founded Henderson State University and the second is a private university Ouachita Baptisit University.
Arkadelphia - Amtrak station - was created in 1917.
According to census.gov, the ACS estimates the population of Arkadelphia, Arkansas, is 10,833.
The address of the Clark County Library is: 609 Caddo Street, Arkadelphia, 71923 0609
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Henderson State University is located in a small town of about 10,000 people in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. Arkadelphia is located in western Arkansas, close to major cities like Hot Springs, Little Rock, and Texarkana.
The address of the Clark County Historical Association Inc is: Po Box516, Arkadelphia, AR 71923
US-67 would be the road that goes through both towns, meaning that this roadway connects both Arkadelphia, Arkansas and Texarkana, Arkansas. Another route that could be considered to connect the two cities is Interstate 30, which does not run through Arkadelphia but serves as a quicker route between the two cities.
The driving distance is about 370 miles.
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Arkadelphia means "city of the Ark of God". It is said that the Ark of the Covenant is buried or kept somewhere in Arkansas, and therefore it made sense to name one of the cities nearby that place, City of the Ark. Philadelphia means City of Love.
10 miles down Arkadelphia Rd (U.S. 78).