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Ozark History

The Turnbo Manuscripts by Silas Claiborne Turnbo 1844-1925: The Turnbo Manuscripts are made possible by the courtesy of the  Springfield-Greene County Library & the White River Valley Historical Quarterly.

Directory of Towns, Villages and Hamlets Past and Present of Missouri: The Directory of Towns, Villages and Hamlets Past and Present of Missouri are made possible by the courtesy of the  Springfield-Greene County Library & the White River Valley Historical Quarterly.

Goodspeeds’ Reminiscent History of the Ozark Region: This manuscript covers the Ozark Region of Arkansas & Missouri. This database contains 668 Family Biographies in 12 Arkansas & 16 Missouri Counties.

Local Counties

Baxter County, Arkansas

Izard County, Arkansas

Marion County, Arkansas

Ozark County, Missouri

Searcy County, Arkansas

Sharp County, Arkansas

State Archives









Mississippi Digital Archives

Maps & Land Records

American Indian

Indians of Arkansas – Archeology, History, and Culture

Schedule of Indian Land Cessions

Tribes & Nations & Directories & Tribal Leaders Directory


Chickasaw Nation

Choctaw Nation

Muscogee / Creek Nation

Delaware Nation

Seminole Nation

Shawnee Nation

Baxter County One-Room School History A Project of the North Arkansas Twin Lakes Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa 1986-1986

 Regional Funeral Homes & Obituaries

 Cemeteries & Graves

 State Gravestones 

 Cleaning & Preservation of Cemeteries, Tombstones, Headstones & Gravestones

 Civil War

Ozark Folk Song Collection

The Max Hunter Collection is an archive of almost 1600 Ozark Mountain folk songs, recorded between 1956 and 1976. A traveling salesman from Springfield, Missouri, Hunter took his reel-to-reel tape recorder into the hills and backwoods of the Ozarks, preserving the heritage of the region by recording the songs and stories of many generations of Ozark history. As important as the songs themselves are the voices of the Missouri and Arkansas folks who shared their talents and recollections with Hunter.

John Quincy Wolf began collecting Ozark ballads while an undergraduate at Arkansas (now Lyon) college. His first serious professional interest in Ozark folksongs dates from his attendance at the Old Settler’s folk music festival at Blanchard Springs in 1941. He and his wife Bess began to seek out folksingers in the White River and surrounding areas, often placing advertisements in local newspapers for people who knew “old songs.” Wolf recorded hundreds of Ozark folksingers between 1952 and 1963, including Almeda Riddle, Neal Morris, Oscar and Ollie Gilbert, and Jimmy Driftwood. He observed how many of these singers would add their own adaptations to songs, and chronicled this in “Folksingers and the Re-Creation of Folksong” in Western Folklore. The Wolf Folksong Collection at Lyon College contains hundreds of recordings. Transcriptions are being added to this online collection on an ongoing basis.

 This data is provided by the California State University, Fresno.

Ancestral Charts, Family Trees & Worksheets:

Family Tree Magazine has created forms that can help organize your family history information.


NARA: National Archives and Records Administration Order Forms

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