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A bibliography of Arkansas Ozark resources selected from:

Hill Folks: A History of Arkansas Ozarkers and Their Image
By Brooks Blevins. University of North Carolina Press, 2002.
Used by permission of the author.


Barker, Catherine S. Yesterday Today: Life in the Ozarks. Caldwell, ID: Caxton Printers, 1941.

Bradshaw, De Emmett. My Story: The Autobiography of De Emmett Bradshaw. Omaha, NE: Omaha Printing Company, 1941.

Burleson, Floyd. Treasured Memories of a Beautiful Place in the North Arkansas Ozark Hills. Yellville, AR: Carrousel Publishing Company, 1989.

Faris, Paul. Ozark Log Cabin Folks: The Way They Were. Little Rock: Rose Publishing Co., 1983.

Faubus, Orval Eugene. In This Faraway Land. Conway, Ark: River Road Press, 1971.

Finger, Charles J. Ozark Fantasia. Fayetteville: Golden Horseman Press, 1927.

Godsey, Helen and Townsend Godsey. Ozark Mountain Folk: These Were the Last. Branson, MO: Ozarks Mountaineer, 1977.

Goodspeed. The Goodspeed Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Northeastern Arkansas. Chicago: Goodspeed Publishing Company, 1889.

Goodspeed. The Goodspeed Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Northwestern Arkansas. Chicago: Goodspeed Publishing Company, 1889.

Hogue, Wayman. Back Yonder: An Ozark Chronicle. New York: Minton, Balch & Co., 1932.

Jeffery, A. C. Historical and Biographical Sketches of the Early Settlement of the Valley of White River Together with a History of Izard County. Richmond, VA: Jeffery Historical Society, 1973.

Lyon, Marguerite. Take to the Hills: A Chronicle of the Ozarks. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1941.

Lyon, Marguerite. Hurrah For Arkansas! From Razorbacks to Diamonds. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1947.

Minick, Roger and Bob Minick. Hills of Home: The Rural Ozarks of Arkansas. San Francisco: Scrimshaw Press, 1975. Reprinted as Hills of Home: The Rural Ozarks. New York: Ballantine Books, 1976.

Miser, Hugh D. Manganese Carbonate in the Batesville District of Arkansas. Washington, D.C.: GPO, 1941.

Noland, C. F. M. Pete Whetstone of Devil's Fork: Letters to the Spirit of the Times. Eds. Ted R. Worley and Eugene A. Nolte. Van Buren, AR: Press-Argus, 1957.

Page, Tate C. The Voices of Mocassin Creek. Point Lookout, MO: School of the Ozarks Press, 1972.

Randolph, Vance. The Ozarks: An American Survival of Primitive Society. New York: Vanguard Press, 1931.

Rayburn, Otto Ernest. Ozark Country. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1941.

Schoolcraft, Henry R. Journal of a Tour Into the Interior of Missouri and Arkansaw. London: Sir Richard Phillips and Co., 1821. Reprinted as Rude Pursuits and Rugged Peaks: Schoolcraft's Ozark Journal, 1818-1819. Ed. Milton D. Rafferty. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1996.

Sheppard, Muriel Early. Cabins in the Laurel. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1935.

Wilson, Ann Moser. Then and Now: A Historical Document. Arcadia, CA: n.p., 1995.

Wilson, Charles Morrow. The Bodacious Ozarks: True Tales of the Backhills. New York: Hastings House, 1959.

Wolf, John Quincy. Life in the Leatherwoods. Eds. Gene Hyde and Brooks Blevins. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 2000.

Womack, J. P. Reminiscences. Jonesboro, Ark: Caleb Watson & Co., 1939.


Abrahams, Roger D. A Singer and Her Songs: Almeda Riddle's Book of Ballads. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1970.

Allured, Janet. "Ozark Women and the Companionate Family in the Arkansas Hills, 1870-1910." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 47 (Autumn 1988): 230-256.

Ashcraft, Robert, et al. Pioneer Faith: The History of Missionary Baptist Associations and Churches in Arkansas from 1818 to 1920. Malvern: State Association of Missionary Baptist Churches in Arkansas, 1994.

Baker, Russell P. "Jacob Wolf." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 37 (Summer 1978): 182-192.

Becker, Jane S. Selling Tradition: Appalachia and the Construction of an American Folk, 1930-1940. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1998.

Bendix, Regina. "Tourism and Cultural Displays: Inventing Traditions For Whom?" Journal of American Folklore 102 (1989): 131-146.

Benton County Heritage Committee. History of Benton County, Arkansas. Rogers, AR: Benton County Heritage Committee, 1991.

Berry Evalena. Sugar Loaf Springs: Heber's Elegant Watering Place. Conway: River Road Press, 1985.

Berry, Evalena. Time and the River: A History of Cleburne County. Little Rock: Rose Publishing Co., 1982.

Berry, Earl. History of Marion County. Little Rock: Marion County Historical Association, 1977.

Billingsley, Kirby. "The Arkansas Picnic in Wenatchee, Washington." Izard County Historian 15 (July 1984): 36-38.

Black, J. Dickson. History of Benton County. Little Rock: n.p., 1975.

Boles, John B. The Great Revival: Beginnings of the Bible Belt. Religion in the South. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 1972; reprint, Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 1996.

Bolton, S. Charles. Arkansas, 1800-1860: Remote and Restless. Histories of Arkansas. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1998.

Britton, Nancy. Two Centuries of Methodism in Arkansas, 1800-2000. Little Rock:August House, 2000.

Britton, Nancy, ed. "The W. L. McGuire Journals." Independence County Chronicle 34 (April-July 1993): 3-38.

Brown, C. J. Cattle on a Thousand Hills: A History of the Cattle Industry in Arkansas. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1996.

Browne, W. A. "Some Frontier Conditions in the Hilly Portion of the Ozarks." Journal of Geography 28 (May 1929): 181-188.

Burnett, Abby, with Ellen Compton and John D. Little. When the Presbyterians Came to Kingston: Kingston Community Church, 1917-1951. Kingston, Ark.: Bradshaw Mountain Publishers, 2000.

Campbell, John C. The Southern Highlander and His Homeland. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 1921.

Campbell, Thomas H., et al. Arkansas Cumberland Presbyterians, 1812-1984: A People of Faith. Memphis, TN: Arkansas Synod of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1985.

Chesnutt, E. F. "Rural Electrification in Arkansas, 1935-1940: The Formative Years." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 46 (Autumn 1987): 215-260.

Christ, Mark K, ed. Rugged and Sublime: The Civil War in Arkansas. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1994.

Clark, Ruby Neal, et al. A History of Van Buren County. Conway, AR: River Road Press, 1976.

Clark, Thomas D. Pills, Petticoats, and Plows: The Southern Country Store. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1964.

Cochran, Robert and Michael Luster. For Love and For Money: The Writings of Vance Randolph, An Annotated Bibliography. Batesville: Arkansas College Folklore Archive Publications, 1979.

Cochran, Robert. Our Own Sweet Sounds: A Celebration of Popular Music in Arkansas. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1996.

Cochran, Robert. Vance Randolph: An Ozark Life. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1985.

Cochran, Robert B. "All the Songs in the World: The Story of Emma Dusenbury." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 44 (Spring 1985): 3-15.

Cohen, Erik. "Authenticity and Commoditization in Tourism." Annals of Tourism Research 15 (1988): 371-386.

Combs, Samm Woolley. A Pickin' and a Grinnin' on the Courthouse Square: An Ozark Family Album. Mountain View, AR: Decisive Moments Press, 1990.

Compton, Neil. Battle for the Buffalo River: A Twentieth-Century Conservation Crisis in the Ozarks. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1992.

Conkin, Paul K. The New Deal. Arlington Heights, IL: AHM Publishing, 1967.

Craig, Marion S. and George E. Lankford. "Letters From a Steamboat Passenger." Independence County Chronicle 36 (October 1994-January 1995): 9-24.

Cralle, Walter O. "Social Change and Isolation in the Ozark Mountain Region of Missouri." American Journal of Sociology 41 (January 1936): 435-446.

Daniel, Pete. Breaking the Land: The Transformation of Cotton, Tobacco, and Rice Cultures Since 1880. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1985.

Denton, I. Old Brands and Lost Trails: Arkansas and the Great Cattle Drives. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1991.

Desmarais, Ralph and Edd Jeffords, eds. Uncertain Harvest: The Family Farm in Arkansas. Eureka Springs: Ozark Institute, 1980.

Dougan, Michael. Arkansas Odyssey. Little Rock: Rose Publishing Company, 1996.

Dougan, Michael B. Confederate Arkansas: The People and Policies of a Frontier State in Wartime. University, Al: University of Alabama Press, 1976.

Eller, Ronald D. Miners, Millhands, and Mountaineers: The Modernization of the Appalachian South, 1880-1930. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1982.

Fair, James R., Jr. The North Arkansas Line: The Story of the Missouri & North Arkansas Railroad. Berkeley, CA: Howell-North Books, 1969.

Fair, James R., Jr. "The Batesville White Lime Company." Independence County Chronicle 16 (January 1975): 2-14.

Fersh, George and Mildred Fersh. Bessie Moore: A Biography. Little Rock: August House, 1986.

Fleming, John. The White River of the Ozarks: From Saber-Tooth Tigers to Fighting Rainbows. Conway, AR: Gallinule Publishing Company, 1973.

Fletcher, John Gould. Arkansas. John Gould Fletcher Series Vol. 3. 1947. Reprint. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1989.

Fletcher, John Gould. Life Is My Song. New York: Farrar and Rinehart, 1937.

Fletcher, John Gould. "The Ozark Folklore Society." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 8 (Winter 1949): 115.

Froelich, Jacqueline and David Zimmermann. "Total Eclipse: The Destruction of the African American Community of Harrison, Arkansas, in 1905 and 1909." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 58 (Summer 1999): 131-159.

Gerlach, Russel L. Immigrants in the Ozarks: A Study in Ethnic Geography. University of Missouri Studies LXIV. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1976.

Gerlach, Russel L. "Ulster Influence on Ozark Landscapes." Mid-America Folklore 18 (Spring 1990): 34-42.

Griffith, Nancy S. "Michael Shelby Kennard." Independence County Chronicle 38 (October 1996-January 1997): 33-52.

Handley, Lawrence R. "Settlement Across Northern Arkansas as Influenced by the Missouri & North Arkansas Railroad." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 33 (Winter 1974): 273-292.

Hanks, Dale. "Mount Olive: Its Rise and Fall." Izard County Historian 6 (April 1975): 3-12.

Harington, Donald. Let Us Build Us a City: Eleven Lost Towns. 1986. Reprint. New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, Harvest, 1994.

Harington, Donald. The Architecture of the Arkansas Ozarks. 1975. Reprint. New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, Harvest, 1987.

Harris, Hertie. "History of the Town of Guion." Izard County Historian 15 (October 1984): 3-15.

Hinson, E. Glenn. A History of Baptists in Arkansas, 1818-1978. Little Rock: Arkansas Baptist State Convention, 1979.

Hsiung, David C. Two Worlds in the Tennessee Mountains: Exploring the Origins of Appalachian Stereotypes. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 1997.

Huddleston, Duane. "The Early Jefferys of North Central Arkansas, 1816-1850." Izard County Historian 3 (January 1972): 3-24.

Huddleston, Duane, Sammie Rose, and Pat Wood. Steamboats and Ferries on White River: A Heritage Revisited. Conway: University of Central Arkansas Press, 1995.

Hull, Clifton E. Shortline Railroads of Arkansas. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1969.

Ingenthron, Elmo. Borderland Rebellion: The History of the Civil War on the Missouri-Arkansas Border. Branson, Mo: Ozarks Mountaineer, 1980.

Ingenthron, Elmo. Indians of the Ozark Plateau. Branson, MO: Ozarks Mountaineer, 1970.

Jansma, Harriet A. "The Benton County Horticultural Society." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 45 (Summer 1986): 126-147.

Jeansonne, Glen. Gerald L. K. Smith: Minister of Hate. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1988.

Johnson, Ben F., III. Arkansas in Modern America, 1930-1999. Histories of Arkansas. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 2000.

Johnston, James J. "Searcy County Folk Festival: 1941." Mid-America Folklore 17 (Fall 1989): 100-113.

Jones, Donald R. "The National Forests and Arkansas, 1907-1933." Ozark Historical Review 8 (Spring 1979): 1-13.

Keefe, James F. and Lynn Morrow, eds. The White River Chronicles of S. C. Turnbo: Man and Wildlife on the Ozarks Frontier. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1994.

Kennan, Clara B. "Coin Harvey's Pyramid." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 6 (Summer 1947): 132-144.

Kennan, Clara B. "The Ozark Trails and Arkansas's Pathfinder, Coin Harvey." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 7 (Spring 1948): 299-316.

Kennard, George P. "Michael Shelby Kennard." Publications of the Arkansas Historical Association, vol. 4 (Conway, Ark.: Arkansas Historical Association, 1917): 379-385.

Kephart, Horace. Our Southern Highlanders. New York: Outing Publishing Co., 1913.

Keyes, Charles F. and Pierre L. van den Berghe. "Tourism and Re-created Ethnicity." Annals of Tourism Research 11 (1984): 343-352.

Lackey, Walter F. History of Newton County, Arkansas. 1950. Reprint. Salem, MA: Higginson Book Co., no date.

Lackey, Daniel Boone. "Cutting and Floating Red Cedar Logs in North Arkansas." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 19 (Winter 1960): 361-370.

Lafferty, Lorenzo Dow, IV. "The Lafferty Family and the Rover." Izard County Historian 1 (April 1970): 3-11.

Lair, Jim. An Outlander's History of Carroll County, Arkansas. Marceline, MO: Walsworth Publishing, 1983.

Lankford, George E. "John Quincy Wolf, Jr.: An Appreciation." Mid-America Folklore 13 (Winter-Spring 1985): 3-8.

Leflar, Robert A. The First 100 Years: Centennial History of the University of Arkansas. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Foundation, 1972.

Lewellen, Jeffrey. "'Sheep Amidst the Wolves': Father Bandini and the Colony at Tontitown, 1898-1917." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 45 (Spring 1986): 19-40.

Liles, Jim. Old Folks Talking: Historical Sketches of Boxley Valley, On Buffalo River, A Place of Special Value in the Ozarks of Arkansas. Harrison, Ark: Buffalo National River, 1999.

Lindley, Helen C. "The Hoss-Hair Pullers and Hill-Billy Quartet." Izard County Historian 5 (April 1974): 9-13.

Lindley, Helen C. "The Watkins Brothers and Wild Haws." Izard County Historian 5 (October 1974): 2-21.

Lucas, Ann Davenport. "The Music of Jimmy Driftwood." Mid-America Folklore 15 (Spring 1987): 27-41.

Malone, Bill C. Country Music, USA. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1985.

Malone, Bill C. Singing Cowboys and Musical Mountaineers: Southern Culture and the Roots of Country Music. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1993.

Masterson, James R. Tall Tales of Arkansaw. Boston: Chapman and Grimes, 1942. Reprinted as Arkansas Folklore: The Arkansas Traveler, Davey Crockett, and Other Legends. Little Rock: Rose Publishing, 1974.

McAllister, Lester G. Arkansas Disciples: A History of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Arkansas. Christian Church in Arkansas, 1984.

McClurkan, Burney B. A Brief History of Camp Sage. Little Rock: Arkansas Highway Transportation Department, 1985.

McCulloh, Judith. "Uncle Absie Morrison's Historical Tunes." Mid-America Folklore 3 (Winter 1975): 95-104.

McGinnis, A. C. "Arkansas College, 1872-1972." Independence County Chronicle 14 (October 1972): 3-64.

McGinnis, A. C. A History of Independence County, Arkansas. Published as Independence County Chronicle 17 (April 1976).

McLeod, Walter B. Centennial Memorial History of Lawrence County. Russellville, AR: Russellville Printing Co., 1936.

McNeil, W. K. Ozark Country. Folklife in the South Series. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1995.

McNeil, W. K., ed. Appalachian Images in Folk and Popular Culture. 2nd ed. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1995.

Messick, Mary Ann. History of Baxter County, 1873-1973. Mountain Home, AR: Chamber of Commerce, 1973.

Miller, Wilbur R. Revenuers & Moonshiners: Enforcing Federal Liquor Law in the Mountain South, 1865-1900. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press,1991.

Moneyhon, Carl H. Arkansas and the New South, 1874-1929. Histories of Arkansas. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1997.

Moneyhon, Carl H. The Impact of the Civil War and Reconstruction on Arkansas: Persistence in the Midst of Ruin. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press,1994.

Morris, Robert L. "Opie Read, Arkansas Journalist." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 2 (March 1943): 246-254.

Morrow, Lynn and Linda Myers-Phinney. Shepherd of the Hills Country: Tourism Transforms the Ozarks, 1880s-1930s. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1999.

Morton, H. D. A History of the Ozark Division Mountain Mission Schools of the Home Mission Board, Southern Baptist Convention. Russellville, AR, 1958.

Moser, Susan. "The 1922 'Tick War': Dynamite, Barn Burning, and Murder in

Independence County." Independence County Chronicle 41 (October 1999-January 2000): 3-22.

Pace, Norma, Audrey Swope, and Jean Simers. "Mammoth Spring: The Head of the River." Fulton County Chronicle 1 (Winter 1982): 30-36.

Pitcaithley, Dwight T. Buffalo River: An Ozark Region from Settlement to National River. Ph.D. Diss., Texas Tech University, 1976. Ann Arbor: UMI, 1979.

Pitcaithley, Dwight T. "Zinc and Lead Mining Along the Buffalo River." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 37 (Winter 1978): 293-305.

Powell, Lee Riley. J. William Fulbright and His Times: A Political Biography. Memphis: Guild Bindery Press, 1996.

Powell, Wilson. "Cotton Ginning in Independence and Other Hill Counties." Independence County Chronicle 9 (April 1968): 24-50.

Pudup, Mary Beth, Dwight B. Billings, and Altina L. Waller, eds. Appalachia in the Making: The Mountain South in the Nineteenth Century. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1995.

Rafferty, Milton D. The Ozarks Outdoors: A Guide for Fishermen, Hunters, and Tourists. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1985.

Rafferty, Milton D. "Changing Economy and Landscape in the Ozark-Ouachita Highland." Mid-America Folklore 15 (Spring 1987): 4-20.

Rafferty, Milton D. The Ozarks: Land and Life. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1980.

Rainey, Leo, Orilla Pinkston, and Olaf Pinkston. Songs of the Ozark Folk. Branson, MO: Ozarks Mountaineer, 1972.

Rand, Edward Reed. "Edward Nicholas Rand." Izard County Historian 2 (October 1971): 14-20.

Randolph, Vance. "Recent Fiction and the Ozark Dialect." American Speech 6 (August 1931): 425-428.

Randolph, Vance. "Folklore and Common Sense." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 9 (Summer 1950): 108-109.

Randolph, Vance. "Ballad Hunters in North Arkansas." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 7 (Spring 1948): 1-10.

Randolph, Vance. "The Ozark Dialect in Fiction." American Speech 2 (March 1927): 283-289.

Rayburn, Otto Ernest. Forty Years in the Ozarks: An Autobiography. 1957. Reprint. Eureka Springs: Wheeler Printing, 1983.

Rayburn, Otto Ernest. "Arkansas Folklore: Its Preservation." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 10 (Summer 1951): 210-220.

Rayburn, Otto Ernest. The Eureka Springs Story. 1954. Reprint. Eureka Springs: Wheeler Printing, 1982.

Reed, Roy. Faubus: The Life and Times of an American Prodigal. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1997.

Rothrock, Thomas. "Congressman James William Trimble." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 28 (Spring 1969): 76-85.

Rudolph, Leighton, Lucas Carpenter, and Ethel C. Simpson, eds. Selected Letters of John Gould Fletcher. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1996.

Rushing, Phillip Rodney. "Early History of Rural Special School." Heritage of Stone 4 (Fall 1980): 27-30.

Santeford, Lawrence G., et al. Empty Rooms and Broken Dishes: Results of Testing Ten Historic Sites in the Sullivan Creek Project Area, Independence and Sharp Counties, Arkansas. West Fork, AR: Spears Professional Environmental & Archeological Research Services, 1993.

Shaddoxx, Diane Patricia. "Sawmills in the Ozark National Forest of Arkansas." M.A. thesis, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, 1986.

Shapiro, Henry. Appalachia on Our Mind: The Southern Mountains and Mountaineers in the American Consciousness, 1870-1920. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1978.

Shea, William L. and Earl J. Hess. Pea Ridge: Civil War Campaign in the West. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1992.

Sherman, Harold. "They All Come Back." Heritage of Stone 2 (Fall 1978): 9-14.

Shiloh Museum. History of Washington County, Arkansas. Springdale, AR: Shiloh Museum, 1989.

Shinn, Josiah H. Pioneers and Makers of Arkansas. Little Rock: Democrat, 1908.

Shipley, Ellen Compton. "'But A Smile Looks Better in Print': The Literary Enterprises of Otto Ernest Rayburn." Arkansas Libraries (March 1982): 20-23.

Shipley, Ellen Compton. "The Pleasures of Prosperity, Bella Vista, Arkansas, 1917-1929." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 37 (Summer 1978): 99-129.

Shiras, Frances H. History of Baxter County. Mountain Home, Ark., 1939.

Shiras, Frances. "Norfork Dam." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 4 (Spring 1945): 150-158.

Shiras, Tom. Walking Editor of the Ozarks. Mountain Home, AR: Shiras Family Print Shop, 1998.

Simpson, Ethel. "Arkansas Lives: The Ozark Quest of Otto Ernest Rayburn." Arkansas Libraries 39 (March 1982): 12-19.

Smith, John I. Forward From Rebellion: Reconstruction and Revolution in Arkansas,

1868-1874. Little Rock: Rose Publishing, 1983.

Smith, John I. The Courage of a Southern Unionist: A Biography of Isaac Murphy, Governor of Arkansas, 1864-1868. Little Rock: Rose Publishing, 1979.

Snelling, Lois. Coin Harvey, Prophet of Monte Ne. Point Lookout, MO: School of the Ozarks Press, 1973.

Spier, William. "A Social History of Manganese Mining in the Batesville District of Independence County." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 36 (Summer 1977): 130-157.

Spier, William David. Farming and Mining Experience: Independence County, Arkansas, 1900-1925. Ph.D. Diss., Washington University, St. Louis, 1974. Ann Arbor: UMI, 1979.

Stapleton, Isaac. Moonshiners in Arkansas. Independence, Mo: Zion, 1948.

Steele, Philip W. and Steve Cottrell. Civil War in the Ozarks. Gretna, La: Pelican Publishing, 1993.

Stephens, H. Page. "The Case of Missing Folk Music: A Study of Aspects of Musical Life in Stone County, Arkansas from 1890-1980." Mid-America Folklore 10 (Fall-Winter 1982): 58-69.

Stewart-Abernathy, Leslie C. Independent But Not Isolated: The Archeology of a Late Nineteenth Century Ozark Farmstead. Project No. 534. Little Rock: Arkansas Archeological Survey, 1983.

Strausberg, Stephen F. From Hills and Hollers: Rise of the Poultry Industry in Arkansas. Fayetteville: Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1995.

Strausberg, Stephen F. A Century of Research: Centennial History of the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station. Fayetteville: Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1989.

Thompson, Audrey. "Picking Cotton in the 'Bottoms'." Sharp County Historical Society Newsletter (Winter 1996): 2.

Thompson, George H. Arkansas and Reconstruction: The Influence of Geography,

Economics, and Personality. Port Washington, NY: Kennikat Press, 1976.

Timely Club. The Hardy History. Hardy, AR: Timely Club, 1981.

Trimble, Vance H. Sam Walton: The Inside Story of America's Richest Man. New York: Dutton, 1990.

Tyson, Van Allen. Folklore in the Life and Work of John Gould Fletcher. Ph.D. Diss., University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, 1981. Ann Arbor: UMI, 1986.

Vance, Sandra S. and Roy V. Scott. Wal-Mart: A History of Sam Walton's Retail Phenomenon. New York: Twayne Publishers, 1994.

Vernon, Walter N. Methodism in Arkansas, 1816-1976. Little Rock: Joint Committee for the History of Arkansas Methodism, 1976.

von Thunen, Johann. Von Thunen's Isolated State. Trans. Carla Wartenberg. Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1966.

Walz, Robert Bradshaw. "Migration into Arkansas, 1834-1880." Ph.D. diss., University of Texas, Austin, 1958.

Westphal, June and Catharine Osterhage. A Fame Not Easily Forgotten: An Autobiography of Eureka Springs. Conway, AR: River Road Press, 1970.

Whisnant, David E. All That Is Native and Fine: The Politics of Culture in an American Region. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1983.

Williams, Cratis Dearl. The Southern Mountaineer in Fact and Fiction. Ph.D. Diss., New York University, 1961. Ann Arbor: UMI, 1961.

Williams, C. Fred. "The Bear State Image: Arkansas in the Nineteenth Century." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 39 (Summer 1980): 99-111.

Williamson, J. W. Hillbillyland: What the Movies Did to the Mountains and What the Mountains Did to the Movies. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1995.

Wolf, John Quincy, Jr. "Folksingers and the Re-creation of Folksong." Western Folklore 26 (April 1967): 101-111.

Wood, Becky and Jim Smith. The Batesville Manganese District and the Cushman Manganese Mines, 1850-1959. Cushman, AR, 1994.

Woods, Randall Bennett. Fulbright: A Biography. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1995.

Woods, James M. Rebellion and Realignment: Arkansas' Road to Secession. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1987.

Worley, Ted R. "Story of an Early Settlement in Central Arkansas." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 10 (Summer 1951): 117-137.

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