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The Resource The Ozarks in Missouri History : Discoveries in an American Region, edited by Lynn Morrow, (electronic resource)

The Ozarks in Missouri History : Discoveries in an American Region, edited by Lynn Morrow, (electronic resource)

Label
The Ozarks in Missouri History : Discoveries in an American Region
Title
The Ozarks in Missouri History
Title remainder
Discoveries in an American Region
Statement of responsibility
edited by Lynn Morrow
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
977.8
LC call number
F472.O9
LC item number
O93 2013
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Morrow, Lynn
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  • Frontier and pioneer life
  • Ozark Mountains
  • Missouri
Label
The Ozarks in Missouri History : Discoveries in an American Region, edited by Lynn Morrow, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Trader William Gilliss and Delaware Migration in Southern Missouri / Lynn Morrow -- Slave Labor at the Maramec Iron Works, 1828-1850 / Barbara L. Green -- "Good Water & Wood but the Country Is a Miserable Botch": Flatland Soldiers Confront the Ozarks / John F. Bradbury Jr. -- The Race of Improvement: Springfield Society, 1865-1881 / Charles K. Piehl -- "The City Belongs to the Local Unions": The Rise of the Springfield Labor Movement, 1871-1912 / Stephen L. McIntyre -- The Ozark Short Line Railroad: A Failed Dream / H. Roger Grant -- Before Bass Pro: St. Louis Sporting Clubs on the Gasconade River / Lynn Morrow -- Whose Forest Is This?: Hill Folk, Industrialists, and Government in the Ozarks / David Benac -- Under Penalty of Death: Pierce City's Night of Racial Terror / Jason Navarro -- "Our Company Feels that the Ozarks are a Good Investment": The Pierce Pennant Tavern System / Keith A. Sculle -- Lake Placid: "A Recreational Center for Colored People in the Missouri Ozarks" / Gary R. Kremer and Evan P. Orr -- Reflections on Public Welfare in Washington County, Missouri, 1939-1941 / Clarence R. Keathley -- Agricultural Change in the Western Ozarks / Milton D. Rafferty -- The Origin and Development of the Ozark National Scenic Riverways Project / Stephen N. Limbaugh
  • Trader William Gilliss and Delaware Migration in Southern Missouri / Lynn Morrow -- Slave Labor at the Maramec Iron Works, 1828-1850 / Barbara L. Green -- "Good Water & Wood but the Country Is a Miserable Botch": Flatland Soldiers Confront the Ozarks / John F. Bradbury Jr. -- The Race of Improvement: Springfield Society, 1865-1881 / Charles K. Piehl -- "The City Belongs to the Local Unions": The Rise of the Springfield Labor Movement, 1871-1912 / Stephen L. McIntyre -- The Ozark Short Line Railroad: A Failed Dream / H. Roger Grant -- Before Bass Pro: St. Louis Sporting Clubs on the Gasconade River / Lynn Morrow -- Whose Forest Is This?: Hill Folk, Industrialists, and Government in the Ozarks / David Benac -- Under Penalty of Death: Pierce City's Night of Racial Terror / Jason Navarro -- "Our Company Feels that the Ozarks are a Good Investment": The Pierce Pennant Tavern System / Keith A. Sculle -- Lake Placid: "A Recreational Center for Colored People in the Missouri Ozarks" / Gary R. Kremer and Evan P. Orr -- Reflections on Public Welfare in Washington County, Missouri, 1939-1941 / Clarence R. Keathley -- Agricultural Change in the Western Ozarks / Milton D. Rafferty -- The Origin and Development of the Ozark National Scenic Riverways Project / Stephen N. Limbaugh
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001047612
Dimensions
24 cm
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
viii, 305 pages
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9780826220066
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2013021444
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0001047612
Label
The Ozarks in Missouri History : Discoveries in an American Region, edited by Lynn Morrow, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Trader William Gilliss and Delaware Migration in Southern Missouri / Lynn Morrow -- Slave Labor at the Maramec Iron Works, 1828-1850 / Barbara L. Green -- "Good Water & Wood but the Country Is a Miserable Botch": Flatland Soldiers Confront the Ozarks / John F. Bradbury Jr. -- The Race of Improvement: Springfield Society, 1865-1881 / Charles K. Piehl -- "The City Belongs to the Local Unions": The Rise of the Springfield Labor Movement, 1871-1912 / Stephen L. McIntyre -- The Ozark Short Line Railroad: A Failed Dream / H. Roger Grant -- Before Bass Pro: St. Louis Sporting Clubs on the Gasconade River / Lynn Morrow -- Whose Forest Is This?: Hill Folk, Industrialists, and Government in the Ozarks / David Benac -- Under Penalty of Death: Pierce City's Night of Racial Terror / Jason Navarro -- "Our Company Feels that the Ozarks are a Good Investment": The Pierce Pennant Tavern System / Keith A. Sculle -- Lake Placid: "A Recreational Center for Colored People in the Missouri Ozarks" / Gary R. Kremer and Evan P. Orr -- Reflections on Public Welfare in Washington County, Missouri, 1939-1941 / Clarence R. Keathley -- Agricultural Change in the Western Ozarks / Milton D. Rafferty -- The Origin and Development of the Ozark National Scenic Riverways Project / Stephen N. Limbaugh
  • Trader William Gilliss and Delaware Migration in Southern Missouri / Lynn Morrow -- Slave Labor at the Maramec Iron Works, 1828-1850 / Barbara L. Green -- "Good Water & Wood but the Country Is a Miserable Botch": Flatland Soldiers Confront the Ozarks / John F. Bradbury Jr. -- The Race of Improvement: Springfield Society, 1865-1881 / Charles K. Piehl -- "The City Belongs to the Local Unions": The Rise of the Springfield Labor Movement, 1871-1912 / Stephen L. McIntyre -- The Ozark Short Line Railroad: A Failed Dream / H. Roger Grant -- Before Bass Pro: St. Louis Sporting Clubs on the Gasconade River / Lynn Morrow -- Whose Forest Is This?: Hill Folk, Industrialists, and Government in the Ozarks / David Benac -- Under Penalty of Death: Pierce City's Night of Racial Terror / Jason Navarro -- "Our Company Feels that the Ozarks are a Good Investment": The Pierce Pennant Tavern System / Keith A. Sculle -- Lake Placid: "A Recreational Center for Colored People in the Missouri Ozarks" / Gary R. Kremer and Evan P. Orr -- Reflections on Public Welfare in Washington County, Missouri, 1939-1941 / Clarence R. Keathley -- Agricultural Change in the Western Ozarks / Milton D. Rafferty -- The Origin and Development of the Ozark National Scenic Riverways Project / Stephen N. Limbaugh
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001047612
Dimensions
24 cm
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
viii, 305 pages
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9780826220066
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2013021444
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0001047612

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