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Statistics & Facts

The Arkansas state capital is Little Rock.
The population of Marmaduke is approximately 1,164 (1990), 1111 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 520 (1990), 444 (2010).
The amount of land area in Marmaduke is 2.704 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 0 sq kilometers.
The distance from Marmaduke to Washington DC is 781 miles.
The distance to the Arkansas state capital is 152 miles. (as the crow flies)
Marmaduke is positioned 36.18 degrees north of the equator and 90.38 degrees west of the prime meridian.


near the boot heel area of Missouri in northeastern Arkansas.
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History & History Related Items

History of Marmaduke, Arkansas, Recreated
by Mona L. Fielder
Transcribed by: Sandy Hardin

This history page has the same information as above, but also includes a couple of pictures from the early years.

The village was first laid out in 1882. The town was named for Major-General John Sappington Marmaduke of the Confederate Army. He later became the governor of Missouri. He had established a camp for his troops and the name was named to commemorate that camp. Marmaduke was incorporated on 2 August 1909.
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Marmaduke Community News

Marmaduke High School Graduate
I graduated from Marmaduke High School in 1986, moved away when I got married and now live in Grand Bay Alabama. I would like to keep up with the local happenings. If anyone would like to let me know all about Marmaduke and the school, please email me. Thanks!
Kimberly Harris

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