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HURRAH CITY
DEQUEEN, ARKANSAS
JUNE 18, 1965
 
While technically it was not an amusement park, it did have a park train that encircled the property. Hurrah City was built by Harold Maybry. It featured scaled down buildings of DeQueens past. The buildings included, The Red Dog Saloon, genral store, barber shop, bank, newspaper, and of course a depot. Mr. Mabry also moved a log cabin to the property, and constructed a very large Easter Island head.

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