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Rural development in the Ozarks region of north central Arkansas

John H. Southern

Rural development in the Ozarks region of north central Arkansas

by John H. Southern

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Published by Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Directorate for Agriculture and Food, Division for Technical Action in Paris .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ozark Mountains region,
  • Ozark Mountains region.
    • Subjects:
    • Rural development -- Ozark Mountains region.,
    • Ozark Mountains region -- Rural conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Other titlesOzarks region of north-central Arkansas.
      Statementby J. H. Southern and M. F. Jordan.
      SeriesPolicies and programmes for rural areas development, v. 5, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Directorate for Agriculture and Food. Division for Technical Action. AGR/T (66) 16
      ContributionsJordan, Max F., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD1407 .O7 (66) (no. 16) vol. 5, HN79.A137 .O7 (66) (no. 16) vol. 5
      The Physical Object
      Pagination93 p.
      Number of Pages93
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5238589M
      LC Control Number75309589

      LandWatch has listings for sale with owner financing in Ozarks, AR. View listing photos, contact sellers, and use filters to find listings of land for sale | LandWatch. Buffalo River Lodge. $ plus tax for two nights Expires Febru

      The small, rural town of Altus is a distinctive and important aspect of Arkansas's history and culture. Altus preserves the heritage of German-Swiss immigrants and the art of wine making. Its downtown pays tribute to its coal mining history while offering visitors unique shopping and dining experiences in a classic, small downtown square setting. The Ozarks, also referred to as the Ozark Mountains, Ozarks Mountain Country, and the Ozark Plateau, are a physiographic and geologic highland region of the central United States. It covers much of the southern half of Missouri and an extensive portion of northwestern and north central Arkansas. The region also extends westward into northeastern Oklahoma and extreme southeastern Kansas. The Country: United States.

        Rugged beauty, stunning vistas, secluded cabins, sparkling rivers and waterfalls, fish-filled lakes, hiking and biking trails, awe-inspiring caverns the Arkansas Ozark Mountain Region . A dialect called Ozark English is spoken in the Ozark Mountain region of northwestern Arkansas and southeastern Missouri. It is a close relative of the Scotch-Irish dialect spoken in the Appalachian Mountains, as many settlers migrated from Appalachia to Arkansas beginning in the late s. Scholarship posits that the geographic location and subsequent isolation of the Ozark Mountains .


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Rural development in the Ozarks region of north central Arkansas by John H. Southern Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cite this Record. Rural Development in the Ozarks Region of North Central Arkansas. Jordan Southern, Others. Paris: Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. ( Author: Jordan Southern. Covering a wide range of Ozark social life, Blevins examines the development of agriculture, the rise and fall of extractive industries, the settlement of the countryside and the decline of rural communities, in- and out-migration, and the emergence of the tourist industry in the region/5(9).

A monumental study With this book, Ozark history now has a solid foundationJournal of American History At last we have a fascinating and valuable in-depth historical treatment of the Arkansas Ozarks and by an able scholar from the regionJournal of Appalachian StudiesCited by: You'll find some of the best outdoor recreation and most spectacular scenery in the state right here in the Central Arkansas Ozarks.

The counties of this region are sparsely populated, with vast lakes, big rivers and rugged forested terrain in between towns. Buffalo National River – first in the U.S. to be named a National River— runs through much of the region, providing miles of water recreation.

The Ozark region, located in northern Arkansas and southern Missouri, has long been the domain of the folklorist and the travel writer--a circumstance that has helped shroud its history in stereotype and misunderstanding. With Hill Folks, Brooks Blevins offers the first in-depth historical treatment of the Arkansas Ozarks.

He traces the region's history from the early nineteenth century. The Ozark mountains region of north central Arkansas, USA, has historically been a marginal economic area.

In order to put into perspective the nature of the relationship between the people of the region and how they have utilized the natural environment in response to changing economic conditions, the paper begins with a brief overview of the economic history of the study region, Searcy Cited by: 1.

The Arkansas Ozark Mountain Region comprises Baxter, Marion, Boone, Searcy and Newton counties in north central Arkansas and includes some of the state’s most well-known and popular lakes. The Ozark region, located in northern Arkansas and southern Missouri, has long been the domain of the folklorist and the travel writer--a circumstance that has helped shroud its history in stereotype and misunderstanding.

With "Hill Folks," Brooks Blevins offers the first in-depth historical treatment of the Arkansas Ozarks. He traces the region's history from the early nineteenth century. Arkansas USDA Rural Development State Office West Capitol, Room Little Rock, AR Voice: () Fax: () Located on a private mountain top in the beautiful Ozark region of NW Arkansas The land is pristine, isolated and remote without being too isolated.

A large house and an adjacent guest house, all in excellent repair. This historic town is located in a relatively untouched part of the Ozarks, making it one of the prettiest places in Arkansas.

The community grew up around the largest natural spring in the Natural State, and you can still visit that spring at its very own state park located in the town of Mammoth Spring. Mount Ida. The Ozark mountains of north central Arkansas have historically been a marginal economic area for standard capitalist means of production.

The region has experienced short-term economic booms based on cotton (–) and lumbering (–).Cited by: 1. The incidence of tularaemia appears to be increasing in the Ozarks highlands of Southern Missouri and the adjoining parts of Arkansas, and the authors report 54 cases, more than half of which appeared in the months of May, June and July.

There was a history of tick-bites in 63 per cent, of cases, and of contact with rabbits and squirrels in 14 and 4 per cent, respectively; the probable source Cited by: 7. Arkansas' Ozarks region covers much of the northern area of the state, bordering Missouri to the north and Oklahoma to the west.

The Ozark Mountains cover this area, as well as areas of Missouri and Oklahoma, and even part of extreme southeastern Kansas. Cultural Conservation of Medicinal Plant Use in the Ozarks plant use in 14 communities across the Ozark Mountain region of Arkansas and Missouri.

southern/central Appalachia is the most. Herculean task. The Ozarks section of northern Arkansas is a vast and varied landscape, one difficult to cover completely, and the architecture of the region for a hundred years has been saddled with stereotypes and "Arkansas Traveller" hillbilly imagery.

In all, this book is a tremendous contribution to vernacular architecture scholarship. In The Heart Of The Ozark Gateway Region of North Arkansas. Less than 25 miles from Lake Norfork, Salem in Fulton County is along U.S.

Highway 62/ The area offers tremendous outdoor leisure and activities. Water skiing, swimming, fishing and boating are popular in additional waters like the South Fork River, White River and Spring River.

You can explore the Ozarks in the Northwest and North Central regions, with its lakes, caverns and scenery. Or wander through the Ouachita Mountains in Southwest Arkansas, where you can visit natural hot springs, top fishing lakes or even dig for diamonds.

The Upper Delta and Lower Delta regions are located along the Mississippi River and are full of history and culture. The Boston Mountains portion of the Ozarks extends north of the Arkansas River Valley 20 to 35 miles (32 to 56 km), is approximately miles ( km) long, and is bordered by the Springfield and Salem Plateau to the north of the White nates: 37°10′N 92°30′W / °N °W .

Rural Life in Northwest Arkansas A great plateau once covered s square miles of northern Arkansas, a large section of southern and central Missouri, and small bits of Oklahoma and Kansas. North Central Arkansas An outdoor enthusiast's dream, this mostly rural, timeless landscape invites you to explore the dense forests, big rivers and deep, clear lakes.

You'll find historic sites and caves, challenging hiking trails and wildlife.1 Buffalo National River In northern Arkansas is an unpolluted and free-flowing river in the heart of the Ozarks. It has both swift water and calm streaches. 2 Ozark National Forest In northern Arkansas is million acres of land in Northern Arkansas.; Understand [].

The Ozarks are largely rural, with hundreds of miles of pristine national forest and protected rivers.The Ozarks, also known as the Ozark Mountains or Ozark Plateau, is a physiographic region in the U.S. states of Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma and the extreme southeastern corner of Ozarks cover a significant portion of northern Arkansas and most of the southern half of Missouri, extending from Interstate 40 in Arkansas to Interstate 70 in central nates: 37°10′N 92°30′W / °N °W .