Content tagged with "history"

Royalty and Tobacco Spitters

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Once a kingly pursuit, quail shooting now appeals to the masses. More

S. Fred Prince

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This artist and scientist lived in a cave to document its marvels. More

Saline Springs

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Salt still boils from the ground in Saline County. More

Sandbar archaeology

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Lose your mundane worries in this river of time. More

Sleepers Through Time

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Making the wooden ties that railroads use once required a strong back, a sharp eye and a steady hand. More

The Boat Builder From White River

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Ozark legend Charlie Barnes built over 500 johnboats in his lifetime. More

The Cameron Hunting and Fishing Club

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The perseverance and hard work of its members created conditions for Missouri's wildlife to flourish. More

The Enduring Osage Orange

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No longer needed for farming operations, Osage orange hedge rows are rapidly disappearing from the Midwest. More

The Essential White-Tailed Deer

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For early explorers and settlers, venison was a staple and deer skins were currency. More