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Arkansas Woodruff County Public Libraries

Woodruff County was named for William E. Woodruff, founder of the Arkansas Gazette, who became influential in Arkansas government. Woodruff County's rich, level land is well suited to rice, cotton, soybean and grain farming and to the mechanization that has changed the shape of eastern Arkansas agriculture. Additionally, some light industry is located in Augusta, McCrory and Cotton Plant. These cities additionally are centers for outdoor recreation in Woodruff County. The scenic White River forms most of the county's western border and is known for year-round floating and fishin. The Cache River flows through the Rex Hancock Black Swamp Wildlife Management Area in the center of the county and is nationally known for duck hunting. The Cache River Natural Area includes some of the state's finest river swamp and bottomland hardwood forests, including some of its largest, most magnificent bald cypress and tupelo trees and majestic, record-size oak. As of the 2000 census, Woodruff County had a population of 8,741 residents.
1. Branch Library COTTON PLANT PUBLIC LIBRARY
Main Street / Po Box 221, Cotton Plant, AR 72036 (870) 459-3680 Woodruff N/A N/A

2. Branch Library WOODRUFF COUNTY LIBRARY
201 Mulberry Street, Augusta, AR 72006 (870) 347-5331 Woodruff N/A N/A

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