Comprising of multiple National Historic Districts and 135 buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Quapaw Quarter offers a glimpse at Little Rock, 100 years back. Walk or drive in this section of the city with the oldest and most historic business and residential neighborhoods. The area was named in 1961 to honor the Quapaw Indians who once lived in this region. Featuring a wide range of architectural styles like Queen Anne, Dutch Colonial, Craftsman, Colonial Revival and Vernacular these mansions and bungalows of late 19th and early 20th centuries had wealthy and working class people living together. Throughout Quapaw Quarter many small and large homes from Antebellum to Victorian eras can be found. As many as fifteen separate National Historic Register Districts make up the Quapaw Quarter to include nearly 200 structures of historic importance.