OZARK COUNTRY by Otts Ernest Bayburn

OZARK COUNTRY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Fourth of the American Folkways books is an account of the Ozark country of , Arksness and Oklahoma, and a sympathetic, warm report on the land and its people which underlines the romance of their past isolation and their future regimentation. From their economic survival through their ingenuity, foresight and business acumen, to the history of the section with details on foods, arts, crafts, skills, traditions, sports, pastimes, education and justice and medicine. Individual characters, and personal experiences are introduced along with the factual data so that the whole picture has a pleasant, warm hearted feel. In line with the rest of the series, good report and interpretation for the public.

Pub Date: Nov. 21st, 1941
Publisher: Duell Sloan & Pearce