Carroll County was founded in 1823 and named Charles Carroll of Carrolton, Maryland, the last surviving signer of the Declaration of Independence, who died just prior to the county's organization. Its land came from Izard County. Berryville and Eureka Springs serve as county seats.

A list of the Carroll County records microfilm available at the Arkansas State Archives can be found in our County records microfilm collection.

The results below are automatically collected from materials on this site that have been tagged with the Geographical Area of “Carroll County (Ark.)” This list does not include all of the Arkansas State Archives’ materials regarding this county, but provides a starting point for research. Please click on each title below to learn more about it and the collection to which it belongs.

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Submissions from 2020

Carroll County

Carroll County Historical Society

Carroll County Historical Society

Cemeteries: Brushy Cemetery, Carroll County

Cemeteries: Brushy Cemetery, Carroll County

Cemeteries: Carroll County

Crooked Creek Baptist Church Records, Carroll County, Arkansas

Dr. Alvah Jackson

Glenn-Tucker-Barnes Families 1846 to the U.S. Indian Affairs

Lyons Family: Carroll County

Minutes of the Carroll County Association of Missionary Baptists

Moonshine Whiskey

Postmasters: Carroll County

Tucker's of Tucker Hollow Sugar Loaf Township, Carroll County, Arkansas

Union United Baptist Church, Carroll County, Arkansas

Submissions from 2019

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Carroll County

Submissions from 2003

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Carroll County

Submissions from 1988

General Highway Map Carroll County. 1 print, 1988

Submissions from 1984

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Carroll County

General Highway Map Carroll County. 1 print, 1984

Submissions from 1977

General Highway Map Carroll County. 1 print with handwritten notes, 1973, revised 1977

Submissions from 1973

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Carroll County

Submissions from 1970

Map of Carroll County

Submissions from 1968

General Soil Map Carroll County, Arkansas, U.S. Department of Agriculture Soil Conservation Service, Little Rock, Arkansas. 1 print, handwritten notation. 1968

Submissions from 1967

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Carroll County

Submissions from 1961

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Carroll County

Submissions from 1959

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Carroll County

Images from 1954

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Carroll County, 1952-1954

Submissions from 1947

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Carroll County

Submissions from 1942

Carroll County

Submissions from 1936

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Carroll County

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September 15, Walter J. Lemke

Submissions from 1935

Donaldson, J.F.

Images from 1930

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Carroll County townships map, 1930

Submissions from 1925

Lynn, John W.

Submissions from 1876

Religion: Union United Baptist Church, Carroll County

Books from 1868

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Update to the Register of Legal Voters of Carroll County

Images from 1867

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Carroll County Maimed Soldiers list

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Register of the Legal Voters of Carroll County