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Visit Saint Joseph, Missouri: The Remington Nature Center

We’re back in St. Joesph, MO this year for a week of broadcasts brought to you by stjomo.com. We also say hello to our long…

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Visit Saint Joseph, Missouri: Home of the Pony Express

Next year is the 150th anniversary of the first riders and U.S. mail to leave St. Joseph, MO on the Pony Express. This week we…

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John Burns at Gettysburg

Imagine hitting the age to retire and then deciding to go volunteer for the army. That is what John Burns did. The military rejected him…

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Pickett’s Charge at Gettysburg

He is perhaps the most famous name to fight at the battle of Gettysburg. His leadership on the battlefield has made his name immortal, but…

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Gettysburg Interviews

I hope you are enjoying our series of interviews from Gettysburg. I’ve spent quite a bit of time there recently and have really enjoyed the…

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The Battle of Gettysburg

In the three days leading up to Independence Day in 1863, Americans waged the greatest of battles against one another at Gettysburg.  So for the…

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Methodist Museum (Part 2)

If you do something the same way day after day, you might be said to have a method to your work. The method these brothers…

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Methodist Museum (Part 1)

On the southeast coast of Georgia you can find the place were these brothers encountered one of their most trying times. However those challenges helped…

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Kermit Bell

Over 2 decades after he first entered the army, Kermit Bell was now on his way to Vietnam. Not only would he serve in that…

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Smokey Mountain Railroad (Part 2)

His name was Daddy Bryson…and he became one of the best known train engineers in the Smoky Mountains…not because of his skill on the rails,…

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Smokey Mountain Railroad (Part 1)

Visitors to Smoky Mountain National Park can wander miles of trails that meander through endless forests. It wasn’t that long ago that many of these…

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Salt & Pepper Shaker Museum

We sometimes bill our program as a slice of Americana…and today’s broadcast certainly fills that theme. We visit with a lady who built her own…

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New Look For The Website

You’ve probably noticed that the website looks very different. That’s because we rebuilt it to improve functionality and your visiting experience. We’re still adding some…

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Posted in American Countryside Missouri Podcast

Visit Missouri: Kimswick’s Blue Owl

Kimmswick, Missouri officially has 92 residents. Most days you will find far more people in this little town. When Mrs. Ross, heir to the 7-Up…

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Visit Missouri: Liberty Memorial

I can’t say enough about the World War I museum in Kansas City. It is a true gem in the Midwest and more people need…

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Visit Missouri: Lake of the Ozarks

The Lake of the Ozarks has been a major attraction in Missouri for about 80 years now. At the time Bagnell Dam was constructed the…

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Missouri’s Covered Bridges

Covered bridges are really a neat slice of history. Many states have worked to preserve the few that remain. Missouri has four such spans and…

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