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Garland County was formed from Montgomery, Hot Spring and Saline Counties on April 5, 1873, and named for Augustus H. Garland, Governor of Arkansas, U.S. senator, and Grover Cleveland's attorney general.  Hot Springs is the county seat of Garland County. In 1905 the old Garland County Courthouse, located downtown, was a victim of a disastrous fire which destroyed more than twenty blocks of the city of Hot Springs, and the present courthouse was built in 1905.

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