Pfc Herbert E. Ferguson, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Ferguson of Hamburg, was included in the Arkansas Department report of those killed in action in the Central Pacific Area in the last week of September, 1944. He was killed August 5, 1944, while giving first aid to wounded men on the ba…

Pfc. Sarina N. Butcher, 19, of Checotah, OK, formerly of Crossett and with family ties to Blevins was a casualty of war on Tuesday, November 1, 2011, in Paktia Province, Afghanistan.

The historic section of the cemetery on East Parker (Highway 8) contains burials dating to 1859. "The Hamburg Cemetery, Historic Section, reflects the outstanding examples of funerary art from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries in Hamburg and Ashley County," the nomination say…

Pfc. Marshall Jackson, listed as “colored,” served with the 368 Infantry Regiment, 93 Infantry Division of the U. S. Army. He died October 27, 1945, after the war was over, and is buried at Plot B, Row 10, Grave 136, Manila American Cemetery, Manila, Philippines.

The Crossett United Methodist Church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the country's official list of historically significant properties, in March, 2010. The church, at 500 Main Street, is a 1949 building in which architect John Parks Almand merged the Tudor Revival an…

The Crossett Municipal Building at 307-309 Main Street, listed in September, 2007, is an excellent example of the Art Deco style in Crossett. The building is also significant for its associations with the efforts of the town to provide governmental facilities for the community after it cease…

(Updated and Expanded, November 19, 2003) In the four years of civil war from 1861 to 1865, Ashley County escaped the major battles which characterized much of the Confederacy as well as some other parts of Arkansas. The county does have one skirmish, which now, 139 years after the conflict …

Constructed in the 1950s, the Greenview Café was approved for the National Register of Historic Places for its significance to African American history in Crossett. From the time the current building was built circa 1950 until it closed circa 1970, the Greenview Café served as a popular gath…

Pfc. Marshall Jackson, listed as “colored,” served with the 368 Infantry Regiment, 93 Infantry Division of the U. S. Army. He died October 27, 1945, after the war was over, and is buried at Plot B, Row 10, Grave 136, Manila American Cemetery, Manila, Philippines.

Pfc Herbert E. Ferguson, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Ferguson of Hamburg, was included in the Arkansas Department report of those killed in action in the Central Pacific Area in the last week of September, 1944. He was killed August 5, 1944, while giving first aid to wounded men on the ba…

The Crossett Municipal Building at 307-309 Main Street, listed in September, 2007, is an excellent example of the Art Deco style in Crossett. The building is also significant for its associations with the efforts of the town to provide governmental facilities for the community after it cease…

Pfc. Sarina N. Butcher, 19, of Checotah, OK, formerly of Crossett and with family ties to Blevins was a casualty of war on Tuesday, November 1, 2011, in Paktia Province, Afghanistan.

The historic section of the cemetery on East Parker (Highway 8) contains burials dating to 1859. "The Hamburg Cemetery, Historic Section, reflects the outstanding examples of funerary art from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries in Hamburg and Ashley County," the nomination say…

Pfc. Marshall Jackson, listed as “colored,” served with the 368 Infantry Regiment, 93 Infantry Division of the U. S. Army. He died October 27, 1945, after the war was over, and is buried at Plot B, Row 10, Grave 136, Manila American Cemetery, Manila, Philippines.