How Hot Springs Downtown was created
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After the Civil War ended, Hot Springs went under construction and with a boom of bathhouses and hotels.
A businessman from Ohio named Samuel Fordcye built the Arlington Hotel. But it was destroyed by a fire a few years later and after a while they rebuilt it, yet it was destroyed by another fire.
Lets build a hotel and named it the Arlington
Bathhouse Row is a collection of eight architecturally significant bathhouses. Most of which were built between 1912 and 1923.
Illegal casnio gambling thrived in the city during the 1940s, 50s, and 60s until Governor Winthrop Rockefeller closed the casinos in 1967.
This casino is now closed.
The city is rich in history, like when the Quapaw Tribe ceded their land to the U.S during a treaty signing in St. Louis, Missouri.
In 1862, Hot Springs was the capital of Arkansas when Governor Henry Maisie Rector moved his staff and state record there to protect from the Union Troops during the Civil War.
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