Plantation Agriculture Museum

Plantation Agriculture Museum


Location:In the community of Scott at the junction of US 165 and AR 161.
Facilities:Museum.
Special Features:Museum focuses on the history of cotton agriculture in Arkansas from statehood in 1836 through World War II, when agricultural practices became mechanized. The museum interprets rural life during the plantation era and also includes the Dortch Gin Exhibit Building, where visitors can learn how cotton was grown and ginned.
Address:PO Box 87
Scott, AR 72142

Phone:501-961-1409
Web: www.arkansasstateparks.com/parks/park.asp?id=44
Size: 4.5 acres.

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But as the firm grew and its expertise has expanded Clements & Associates has compiled an impressive portfolio of blue-chip projects that include the master planning of the River Trail recreational promenade that stretches along the north shore of the Arkansas River, the Plantation Agriculture Museum in Scott, Memorial Hall at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, Delta Supply in North Little Rock, Village Park Residential Care Facility in Conway, Fellowship Bible Church in Conway and First Baptist Church in Mayflower.
Plantation Agriculture Museum Interprets the history of cotton agriculture from 1836 through World War II.
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