Oct 22, 2015
Brooks Blevins, professor of Ozarks studies at Missouri State University, discusses the life of Minnie Atteberry, a Searcy County, Arkansas, farm woman who kept a daily diary from the 1930s into the 1960s. The Atteberry diaries were donated to the Special Collections Department of Mullins Library at the University...
Sep 17, 2015
Zoe Medlin Caywood shares stories from her thirty-plus years as owner-operator of War Eagle Mill in Benton County, Arkansas. In 1973, Caywood and her parents, Jewell and Leta Medlin, rebuilt the mill. It was the fourth War Eagle Mill to be built on the site along the banks of the War Eagle River. Recorded September...
Jul 15, 2015
Local fly-fishing guide Scott Branyan discusses fly-fishing in Arkansas. A native Arkansawyer, Branyan has over twenty years experience as a fishing guide on the White River. He is also a freelance photographer and outdoor writer. Recorded on July 15, 2015.
Jun 17, 2015
Local historian Denele Campbell discusses her book, Aquarian Revolution: Back to the Land, a collection of thirty-two interviews with people who moved to the Ozarks in the 1960s in search of a life removed from the trappings of modern society. Recorded June 17, 2015.
Apr 5, 2015
Kathleen Cande, senior project archeologist with the Arkansas Archeological Survey, describes the Survey's work to document and preserve historic cemeteries in Arkansas. Recorded March 18, 2015.