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Sorry that it hs taken so long, but we now have more books listed.
These books are in various condition. Most are in good to new condition, if there is any mager defects I will list them.
USED OR OUT OF PRINT OZARK REGION BOOKS
I only have one copy of most used books so it is good to E-mail me to hold them for you.
AN OZARKS BOY'S STORY 1915-1945, 1971, By: John K. Hulston. (Used) John Hulston was a small town banker and a big city lawyer at the same time. I beleive this is his first book he published, out of many. His family is from the Dade County Missouri area, and established the "Hulston Mill". This book covers his younger life growing up in the Ozarks on to his experiences in the Army during WW II. This book includes information on the Ash Grove Lime Company of Ash Grove Missouri and has a good index like all his books do. (ID=Hulston_1)
AN OZARKS LAWYER'S STORY 1946-1976, 1976, By: John K. Hulston. (Used) This book continues John Hulston's story as a lawyer and businessman. You will find information on the early development of the Ozarks into what it now is. Mostly centered in the Greene County Missouri area, you will read about, Ash Grove Bank, Cox Medical Center, Hulston Motor Company, Lily Tulip and OZARK AIR LINES. (ID=Hulston_2)
HISTORY OF BANK OF ASH GROVE 1883-1983, "The Oldest Bank in Greene County" MISSOURI, By John K. Hulston. (Used) This is also a history of Ash Grove Missouri, the area where Nathan Boone settled. It has early history of this area of Greene County, north of Springfield Missouri. The last half of this 103 page book covers the history of the bank. (ID=Hulston_3)
LESTER E. COX 1895-1968, 1992, By: John K. Hulston. (Used) This is a biography of Lester E. Cox, the Springfield Missouri Business man who's work lives on at the "Cox Medical Center" in Sringfield. This is a real good book on the early development of Springfield Missouri. Has a good index. (ID=Hulston_4)
PANHANDLE PROFILES, Bank of Billings 1889-1989, Western Christian County MISSOURI, 1989, By: John K. Hulston. (Used) This book is dedicated to the Billings Missouri area and is one of the best sources of information on this part of Christian County. (ID=Hulston_5)
TAKE TO THE HILLS, A Chronicle of the Ozarks, 1941, By: Marguerite Lyon. (Used) "Marge" wrote a newspaper colume in the "Big City", Chicago Sunday Tribune, while her husband, "Jedge", ran a poor Ozark farm "Sunrise Mountain Farm" that was near Mountain View, Missouri. This book is loaded with their experiences of getting to know the people and places in the 1930's. One unforgetable story is about when a fire raged through the countryside threatening her small home. As the fire approched, she soaked her prized quilts in water and hung them along the yard fence. She watched in tears as her quilts saved her home. Marge, later in life, was a teacher at School of the Ozarks and left her impression on the school. Good with heavy shelf wear. (ID=Lyon_1)
AND GREEN GRASS GROWS ALL AROUND, 1942, By: Marguerite Lyon. (Used) Second book about the Mountain View, Missouri area. Chapters like, Doc Good's Back Room, Clyde Ethel's Float, Dang Wimmin Folks, Preachin' at Harlow, Marian Rymer's Ranch, Eats in the Ozarks and Gardening in the Ozarks. Marge is a wonderful writter, you will enjoy reading about her Ozark adventures. Good with heavy shelf wear. (ID=Hulston_2)
FRESH FROM THE HILLS, 1945, By: Marguerite Lyon. (Used) Third book set in the Mountain View area. This has chapters titled, Pie and Moonshine, Poke and Pot Likker, Going Going Gone, Sunday Meetin', Hill Way to Heaven, Let the Buyer Beware and My Patchwork of memories. Good with heavy shelf wear. (ID=Lyon_3)
HURRAH FOR ARKANSAS, From Razorbacks to Diamonds, 1947, By: Marguerite Lyon. (Used) Marge moved to Eureka Springs and used her writting skills to promote the history of the Arkansas Ozarks. She writes about Eureka Srings history, Ozark Railway, Diamond Mines, Oil Fields, Cotton, Texarkana, Helena and Newton County. Good with heavy shelf wear. (ID=Lyon_4)
GIVE ME THY VINEYARD, 1949, By: Guy Howard "Walking Preacher of the Ozarks". (Used) This is "A novel of the Ozarks". This novel has many true stories hidden in it's text that give you an insight about the lives of the isoplated people who lived here. The story is set in an area that is going to be flooded by a new dam and how it affected the people who lived there. 287 pages (ID=Howard_1)
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