Geography of the Northern Ozark border region in Missouri.

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SeriesThe University of Missouri studies,, v. 26, no. 1, University of Missouri studies (1926) ;, v. 26, no. 1.
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LC ClassificationsF472.O9 C6
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Pagination105 p.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Collier, James E. Geography of the Northern Ozark border region in Missouri. Columbia, Curators of the University of Missouri, Geography of the Northern Ozark border region in Missouri.

Columbia, Curators of the University of Missouri, Series: University of Missouri studies () ; v. 26, no. The University of Missouri studies, v. 26, no.1 Format/Description: Book p.

illus. 27 cm.

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The geography of the Ozark highland of Missouri. Source Information. The geography of the Ozark highland of Missouri [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, Original data: Sauer, Carl Ortwin.

The geography of the Ozark highland of Missouri. Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago Press, OF THE EASTERN OZARK REGION The Eastern Ozark.

region of Missouri includes 14 coun­ ties in the southeastern portion of the State as shown in the map on opposite page. It is a rough, broken country in which forest area predominates. Of its 2 million acres, million; or 73 percent, sup p ort : Central States Forest Experiment Station.

OF THE SOUTHWESTERN OZARK REGION The Southwestern Ozark region (see map on opposite page) straddles the backbone of Ozark range in southwestern Miss~ ouri.

Short, steep hills prevail in most of the area, gradually merging into the prairies on western border. The rougher portions of the region are heavily forested. Two counties, TaneyAuthor: Central States Forest Experiment Station. "The Ozark Mountains reach into Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Kansas, forming a region with great natural beauty and a distinctive cultural and historical landscape.

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