Current Issue


Series 2
Volume VII, No. 2
Fall/Winter 2018


Our Authors

To Our Readers

Letters

FROST FLOWERS

by Michelle Olsen

CEMETERY SYMBOLISM IN THE OZARKS

by Abby Burnett

REMINISCENCES OF AN OZARK FUNERAL DIRECTOR

by Mike O’Brien

A HISTORY OF SEGREGATION AT SPRINGFIELD’S HAZELWOOD CEMETERY

by Elizabeth Sobel

PRESERVING AND RECORDING THE HISTORY OF OZARK CEMETERIES

by Billie Follensbee Katelyn, Hageman Tana Redman, Robyn Slusher, Paige Whitcomb

THE UNORTHODOX FUNERAL OF ROSE O’NEILL

by Curtis Copeland

OZARK BURIAL CUSTOMS

by Abby Burnett

THE VALLEY CALLS CHAPTER IX

by Earl Franklin Stratton

TURNING GRAVEYARDS INTO PARKS: THE RURAL CEMETERY MOVEMENT IN THE OZARKS

by Jeffrey Smith

GRAVE DOWSING—FACT OR FICTION?

by Leslie Wyman

THE ACADEMY

by Vicki L. Bishop

ART SONG IN THE OZARKS (III): A SAMPLING OF TITLES AND COMPOSERS AND THEIR STORIES

by James S. Baumlin

BOOK REVIEWS

A HISTORY OF THE OZARKS, VOLUME 1: THE OLD OZARKS

by Brooks Blevins

PICHER, OKLAHOMA: CATASTROPHE, MEMORY, AND TRAUMA

photographs by Todd Stewart and essay by Alison Fields

GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER IN HIS OWN WORDS, 2ND EDITION

edited by Gary Kremer

DOWN ON MAHANS CREEK: A HISTORY OF AN OZARKS NEIGHBORHOOD

by Benjamin G. Rader

BACK YONDER: AN OZARK CHRONICLE

by Wayman Hogue, edited by Brooks Blevins

DOWN ALONG THE PINEY: OZARKS STORIES

by John Mort