History of Sebastian County
Created in 1851 from
Scott and Polk Counties. Sebastian County, located in the Arkansas River Valley,
is on the Western edge Arkansas, bordering Oklahoma. There you will find forested ridges,
rolling farmlands, mountains and lakes.
Sebastian County was named after William K. Sebastian,
a U.S. Senator, and judge.
With only 529 square miles, it is the smallest county
in the State but has two county seats.
One is at Ft. Smith. The
other at Greenwood.
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