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Arkansas Rubber Stamps and Self-Inking Stamps
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Arkansas - Rubber Stamp and Custom Stamps
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Known as "The Natural State," Arkansas is characterized by hilly Ozark river country, caves, springs, and several small mountain ranges. Agriculture is very important to the region, with poultry, eggs, soybeans, and farm-raised catfish being the most common products. Arkansas also has many food processing facilities, as well as metal fabrication and paper products industries. The number one company on the Fortune 100 list, Wal-Mart, is headquartered in Bentonville, Arkansas. Visitors to Bentonville can learn about the company at Sam Walton's original downtown variety store, which now houses the Wal-Mart Visitors Center.
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In Arkansas' capital city, visitors can relive an important moment in Civil Rights history at the Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site. To go back even further in time, visitors can tour the charming resort towns of Hot Springs and Eureka Springs. From Native American times right up until the spread of modern medicine in the 1940s, the spring waters in both cities were thought to have miraculous healing powers. Miracles aside, the spas now offer modern visitors simple, relaxing soaks in the hot and cold spring waters. Hot Springs is the resort of choice for outdoorsy types, due to its location in the scenic Diamond Lakes region of the Ouachita Mountains. Excellent hiking, fishing, and water sports can be found in this region. Eureka Springs, on the other hand, is for urbanites. The entire downtown area is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and the hilly streets and lovely Victorian buildings are stuffed with Ozark art galleries, antique shops, and cafes. Eureka Springs is also known for its Christian attractions such as the Christ of the Ozarks Statue, the Bible Museum, and the local passion play.