Thursday, September 11, 2014

Ozarks Genealogical Society

     I will be traveling to Greene County, Missouri, the 24th of September and give a lecture at the Ozarks Genealogical Society. The topic will be Little Known Bald Knobber Influences Throughout the Ozarks. As a boy growing up in Ozark County, I was fascinated with the notorious Bald Knobbers. Years later, it would lead to research and finally to the publication of my book, Bald Knobbers: Chronicles of Vigilante Justice. After the lecture I will sign books.

 

    While there, I will show a glimpse or two of projects I'm endeavoring to finish soon. The meeting will begin at 9:30 a.m. at The Library Center

The address is 4653 S. Campbell, Springfield, Missouri.

    

    I also plan on having a new product available by that date. I have been working on recording the audio of the first 100 stories of the Silas Claiborne "S.C." Turnbo Collection. This first installments contains over 7 hours of stories in MP3 format. These stories contain harrowing times throughout the Civil War in the Ozarks. I figured that I might as well use my Southern Drawl & Ozark Diction and put it to good use. Shoot, I was raise in the the same area & county where Turnbo was from. Therefore, I've endeavored to narrate Turnbo's stories in true Ozark character.

   I have traveled to Little Rock to the Arkansas History Commission to personally check & verify the script of these stories. I've made visits & phone calls in order to get the correct pronunciation of names & places. I even pronounce the word "Missouri" as “Missouruh.” 

 

  I will be talking more about these stories in the future.

  

  The price will be $15.00.

  

  Enjoy youOzarks' History.







1 comment:

Al-Ozarka said...

It's great to see others who are getting the awesome history of the Ozarks out to the world! If you're interested in the history and culture of the Ozarks, you can find an Izard County slice of it at Exploring Izard County