Silver coins; Amusement park owners; Silver Dollar City, Inc.; Outlaws
Ozark Mountains Region; Branson (Mo.); Taney County (Mo.); Kimberling City (Mo.); Stone County (Mo.)
Interview with Ozarks historian James F. (Jim) Barrett by Missouri State University Dean of Libraries Tom Peters. Interview took place at R.T.'s Family Restaurant (also known as Hillbilly Bowl, Lounge, and Restaurant) in Kimberling City, Missouri, on September 23, 2014. Topics discussed include Yocum silver dollars, John Q. Hammons, Pete and Jack Herschend, Silver Dollar City, Herschend Family Entertainment, Harold Bell Wright, the novel "Shepherd of the Hills" Roy Clark, the Bald Knobbers, the Stone County Library in Galena (Mo.), Joshua Heston, the State of the Ozarks website, the Wilderness Road Association of the Ozarks, and the Philibert Family. Missouri locations discussed include Kimberling City, Branson, West Branson, Taney County, Stone County, White River Valley, and James River Valley.
Barrett, Jim (James F.), 1933-
Peters, Thomas A., 1957-
1 streaming video (1 hour, 13 min., 18 sec.): Ozarks Voices Oral History Project (M 78)
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