Newton County was founded in 1842 from land in Carroll County and its boundaries remain unchanged since that time. The county was named for early Arkansas politician Thomas W. Newton. Jasper serves as the county seat.

A list of the Newton 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 “Newton 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

Big Creek masonic lodge #528, Newton county, Arkansas

Cemeteries: Lone Hill, Newton County

Cowell, Mrs. Susie V.

Dogpatch USA Park: Folder 1

Dogpatch USA Park: Folder 2

John McCoy: Newton County

Li'l Abner and Daisy Mae at Dogpatch USA

Markers: Historic Society, Newton County 1954

Newton County

Newton County, Arkansas

Newton County Historical Society: Folder 1

Newton County Historical Society: Folder 2

Newton County Historical Society: Folder 3

Shmoo, Li'l Abner and Daisy Mae at Dogpatch, USA

Shuler Family: Newton County

Waterfall and train at Dogpatch USA

Submissions from 2019

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Newton County

Submissions from 2003

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Newton County

Submissions from 1984

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Newton County

Submissions from 1973

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Newton County

Submissions from 1967

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Newton County

Submissions from 1961

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Newton County

Submissions from 1956

Walter C. Lackey Collection: Frank Villines with a 16-pound catfish

Images from 1954

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Newton County, 1952-1954

Submissions from 1949

James T. Richmond in front of his cabin on Mount Sherman near Jasper, Newton County

View from Highway 7 near Jasper, Newton County

Submissions from 1947

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Newton County

Submissions from 1938

Forest Type Map of T-16-N and R-19-W Newton County (Ark.)

Forest Type Map of T-18-N and R-20-W Newton County (Ark.)

Submissions from 1937

Forest Type Map of T-18-N and R-21-W Newton County (Ark.)

Submissions from 1935

Rowland, Mack

Rowland, Mrs. Mack

Images from 1930

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Newton County townships map, 1930

Books from 1868

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Update to the Register of Legal Voters of Newton County