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De Queen is a town of about 6600 located in Southwest Arkansas. It is the county seat of Sevier County. Sevier County was formed in 1828 and was named for Ambrose Sevier a U.S. Senator from the state. The first county seat was Paraclifta, then it was moved to Lockesboro where it remained until it was moved to De Queen in 1905. De Queen is at the intersection of several highways so many people go through it on roadtrips. Sevier County is a "dry county" meaning the sale of alcohol is prohibited here.
Updated Jul 28, 2012