Ozark Voices

Oral Histories from the Heartland

This book from Alex Sandy Primm, AB ’67, is a collection of stories passed down over time from the distinctive people of the Ozark region. Shared to provide perspective on the landscape and people who inhabit the beautiful, culturally rich area of the Ozarks, Primm has assembled a group of oral histories that show essential connections among settlers in a challenging landscape. The collection will take readers deep into a region averse to change, tricky to know, yet brimming with American culture.

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