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Ellen Gray Massey Ellen Gray Massey contributed a wealth of literature documenting life in the Ozarks. This book, which is still available, teaches old-fashioned parlor games, and I highly recommend it for your holiday gatherings.
November 29th, 2018
Marvin Guthrie WW2 POW 1 What an honor it was to meet Marvin Guthrie and hear his story of survival in a WW2 German POW Camp. His sense of humor helped him through the ordeal.
November 9th, 2018
Richard Bullock feature 2 He is one of the most successful sons from the Ozarks in the field of mining, mining research and in living life to its fullest. Read part 2 of Richard Bullock's story, which parallel his books.
November 4th, 2018
Richard Bullock boy Find out what life was like for an Ozarks' kid who grew up during the Depression and went on to become a world-renowned mining engineer.
November 1st, 2018
Bullock book hard rocks I'm so proud to see that Dr. Richard Bullock published 2 books about his illustrious career in mining, going from an impoverished Ozarks kid to a world-renowned miner.
October 30th, 2018
Earnest C. Hale If you want to find out more about a town's culture, go to the local hangout outdoor store. That's what I did to find Earnest C. Hale.
October 23rd, 2018
will-o-the-wisp wikia photo Find out what I learned from the locals in regard to a Will o' the Wisp near Pay Down, Mo.
October 14th, 2018
I love looking back at this time, when I landed a guided tour from one of the community's most colorful characters, Leo Cardetti, about his hometown of Rosati.
August 28th, 2018
Betty Thoenen salt 'n' pepper Imagine collecting more than a thousand salt and pepper shakers! Find out why Betty Theonen decided to have this group.
August 16th, 2018
Capt Jacks Train up your children to be good junkers, and your future will be filled with ... junking trips. Find out what Capt. Jacks and I found in antiques stores and flea markets in the Charlotte area.
August 5th, 2018
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