Mountain Ranges of Missouri: St. Francois Mountains, the Ozarks, U. S. Interior Highlands, Branson, Missouri, Ozark Jubilee, Norfork Dam

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General Books, 2010 - 232 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 49. Chapters: St. Francois Mountains, The Ozarks, U.S. Interior Highlands, Ottawa County, Oklahoma, Cherokee County, Kansas, Branson, Missouri, Ozark Jubilee, Norfork Dam, Big Sugar Creek, St. Francis River, Buffalo National River, Where the Red Fern Grows, Current River, The Shepherd of the Hills, Lake of the Ozarks, Hughes Mountain, Pilot Knob, Ozark Trail, Osage River, Ozark - St. Francis National Forest, Green Country, Grand Lake o' the Cherokees, Meramec River, Southeast Missouri Lead District, Ozark National Scenic Riverways, Mark Twain National Forest, Spring River, Truman Reservoir, Taum Sauk Mountain, Boston Mountains, Ozark Big-Eared Bat, Eleven Point River, Gasconade River, Pomme de Terre Lake, Hercules Glades Wilderness, Eleven Point National Wild and Scenic River, Black River, Stockton Lake, Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project, Bell Mountain Wilderness, Pomme de Terre River, Sac River, North Fork River, Jacks Fork, Cookson Hills, James River, Ozark Highlands Trail, Elk River, Ozark Mountain forests. Excerpt: Ozark Jubilee is the first U.S. network television program to feature country music's top stars, and was the centerpiece of a strategy for Springfield, Missouri to challenge Nashville, Tennessee as America's country music capital. The weekly live stage show premiered on ABC-TV on January 22, 1955, was renamed Country Music Jubilee on July 6, 1957, and was finally named Jubilee USA on August 2, 1958. Originating "from the heart of the Ozarks," the Saturday night variety series helped popularize country music in America's cities and suburbs, drawing more than nine million viewers. The ABC Radio version was heard by millions more starting in August 1954. A typical program included a mix of vocal and instrumental performances, comedy routines, square dancing and an occasional novelty act. The host was Red Foley, ...

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