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The Bozeman House is located at Highways 26 and 51 in Arkadelphia, AR. This A-frame, one and one-half story Greek Revival dwelling was built in the mid-1840s for early settler Michael Bozeman, who owned the most successful large farming operation in pre-Civil War Clark Co. Built at a cost of $1500, the home is one of the oldest structures in the county. It was approved for enclusion in the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.

The house is privately owned and has been restored. There is a family cemetery in the rear of the house which is maintained by the Clark Co. Historical Society.
at Bozeman House, Arkadelphia, Clark Co., AR


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