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Hot Spring County, which was formed from Clark County in 1829, received its name from the magnetically charged iron ore found in this region. With the formation of Garland County in created in 1873, Hot Spring County was left with only one of these springs, located in the Magnet Cove area.

Among the early inhabitants of the area were the Native Americans, trappers and hunters. Many of the settlers were farmers like most of the Tisdale relations except for Reverend Robert Tisdale who was a Methodist clergyman.

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