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Mailboxes in Caddo Gap, AR

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102 W Broadway

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Caddo Gap, AR 71943

201 Lake St

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Caddo Gap, AR 71943

340 E Main St

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Caddo Gap, AR 71960

340 E Main St

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Caddo Gap, AR 71960

57 6 Th St

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Caddo Gap, AR 71935

57 6 Th St

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Caddo Gap, AR 71935

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240 Main St

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Royal, AR 71956

822 Mena St

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Mena, AR 71953

5311 Highway 27 N

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Story, AR 71970

142 Highway 84 E

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Newhope, AR 71971

120 E Barton Ave

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Watson, OK 71937

501 Bryant Dr

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Donaldson, AR 71941

3672 W Highway 270

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Pencil Bluff, AR 71965

107 N Hornbeck Ave

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Cove, AR 71972

5638 Highway 70 W

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Umpire, AR 71959

612 Clinton St

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Friendship, AR 71923

1900 Malvern Ave

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Hot Springs, AR 71901

7919 N Highway 7

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Jessieville, AR 71949

126 E Antioch St

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Antoine, AR 71940

200 Highway 70 E

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Glenwood, AR 71943

316 S Main St

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Okolona, AR 71962

3672 W Highway 270

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Sims, AR 71965

8580 Highway 71 S

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Grannis, AR 71944

201 E Main

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Murfreesboro, AR 71958

8580 Highway 71 S

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Wickes, AR 71944

4199 Highway 8 E

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Board Camp, AR 71932

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Caddo Gap is an unincorporated community in Montgomery County, Arkansas, United States. It lies between Glenwood and Norman, on the Caddo River. It is best known as the area in which explorer Hernando de Soto and his forces clashed with the Tula tribe, a band loosely affiliated with the Caddo Confederacy. The expedition described the Tula Indians as the fiercest they had faced during their inward journey into North America.After this, the expedition turned back east, making it as far as the Mississippi River, where de Soto died. It is contested as to whether he died of fever, or from a wound received during the fighting. There the expedition had a secret burial ceremony and sent his body into the river. A monument to this event stands in the heart of the small community, which now has a population of fewer than 100.

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