Vol. V, No. 3, Winter 1992



Table of Contents




PLACE & PLACES

(Spring 1988)

The Ozarks as a Region:

A Geographer's Description

By Milton Rafferty

6



(Spring 1988)

Where is the Ozarks? You Wouldn't

Want to Live There Would You?

By Robert Flanders

10



(Fall 1987)

Saturday Morning

By Lloyd Young

11



(Spring 1990)

Of Elephants and Arkansas

By Crescent Dragonwagon

12



(Fall 1988)

The Quiltmaker

By Alma Edmonds

15



(Summer 1989)

The German Presence in the Ozarks

By Russell Gerlach

16



(Summer 1990)

Boxley Valley, Buffalo National River--

A National Park Service Historic District

in Private Hands

By Jim Liles

19



(Spring 1990)

Vacationing in the "Land of a Million Smiles"

By Evelyn Dodds Besom,

Introduction by Bob Besom

21



(Summer 1987)

The Square in Mountain Grove

By David M. Quick

24



(Spring 1990)

The Ozarks as Re-Creation:

A Mystique of the Natural World

By Robert Flanders

25



(Fall 1989)

In Town and Out in the Country Rememberance

By Robert Flanders

26





CUSTOM & CULTURE

(Fall 1987)

Haybales and Bulldozers: Toward a New Rurality

By Robert Gilmore

30



(Fall 1987)

A Fifth Horseman in the Ozarks

By Robert Flanders

31



(Winter 1988)

The Expert

By Mary Elizabeth Mahnkey

31



(Fall 1988)

Perspectives on the Sacred: Religion in the Ozarks

By Stanley Burgess

32



(Winter 1991)

Fox Hunting and Fish Gigging

Conversations with Seaman and Swiney Rayfield,

Shannon County, Misouri

Interview by Robert Flanders

35



(Winter 1991)

Fishing the Wild Streams of the Ozarks,

or Hurray for the Huzzah!

By Hugh Crumpler

40



(Spring 1988)

The Cloud Rider

By Julie Bloodworth

42



(Winter 1991)

Bowin' an' Spikin' in th' Jillikins

By James E. Price

43



(Summer 1987)

Inscriptions

By Julie Bloodworth

46



(Winter 1991)

The Beehunter

By Donald Holliday

47



(Fall 1988)

The Church as Entertainment

By Robert Gilmore

49



(Summer 1989)

Persistence and Change in the German Ozarks

An OzarksView

By Gary Kremer

51



(Winter 1990)

An Outlander Learns to Cook

By Helen Vogel

53





(Fall 1989)

The Once and Future Ozarks: Sometimes

Things Change so Much They Stay the Same

By Dale Freeman

54



(Spring 1988)

design by
Donna Chritton, a graphic artist for the SMSU Publications Office, was suggested by the opening sequence of the film Shannon County, Home: A Portrait of the Ozarks.

ENVIRONMENTS & ECONOMY

Groundwater in 3-D

An OzarksView

By David Coonrod

58



(Summer 1990)

The Karst Environment and Rural Poverty

An OzarksView

By Tom Aley

60



(Fall 1987)

The Opportunity of Bad News

An OzarksView

By Roy Blunt

62



(Fall 1988)

The WaI-Martization of Rural America

and Other Things An OzarksView

By Gary Farley

63



(Spring 1990)

An Advocate Looks at Ozark Mountain Country

An OzarksView

By Peter Herschend

65



(Spring 1989, Fall 1989, Spring 1990, Summer 1990)

The Damnable Current River Dam and Other Topics: A Conversation with Dan Saults,

1982 Part I: Saving the River, p. 67

Part II: The Commission Supports the Riverway, p. 68

Part III: About Table Rock Lake, p. 69

Part IV: The Environment of the Mind, p.70



(Spring 1989)

Public Land Preserves and Their

Management Agencies

Information Summary

71



(Spring 1988)

H-Bomb Plant for Irish Wilderness

Eminence Current Wave

72



HERITAGE & HISTORY

(Winter 1989)

The Will of Joseph Moore, 1822

74



(Fall 1988)

The Ozarks Diaries of a Methodist

Circuit Rider, 1836-1839

76



(Winter 1990)

Dodging Starvation

By S.C. Tumbo

77



(Fall 1990)

"My Old Man's A White Old Man"

Black Women Search for Roots

By Katherine Lederer

78



(Spring 1989)

The Irish Wilderness: The Curious History

of an Ozarks Place By James Denny

80



(Fall 1990 and Spring/Summer 1991)

A Memory Story

By Margaret Gilmore Kelso

83



(Winter 1988)

Pride and Progress: The Evangelism of Modernity

By Robert Flanders

87



(Summer 1989)

The Peister Housebarn:

A Missouri-German Landmark

By Claire F. Blackwell

89



(Winter 1988)

A Community Campaign for

State Normal School Number Four

By Robert Gilmore

94



(Winter 1988)

The Education of a Village Editor

By Robert Flanders

97



(Winter 1988)

All Gone, Al! Gone

By Dale Freeman

99



(Spring 1990)

Arcadia in the Ozarks

The Beginnings of Tourism in Missouri's White River Country

By Linda Myers-Phinney

101



(Spring 1989)

Game Preserves of the Missouri Ozarks: The Evolution of an Idea

By James Keefe

105



(Fall 1988)

Testimony

107



OzarksWatch Index

Vol. 1, No. 1, Summer 1987 through Vol. V, No. 2, Fall 1991 p. 108

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