Remembering Round Spring and Camp Zoe History   

By Judy Maggard Stewart

Both locals and visitors braved summer humidity and blistering heat to remember the Round Spring area’s history, culture and people at Echo Bluff on Saturday, Aug. 5. 

Rick Mansfield, of the Ozark Heritage Project, spearheaded the event with a vintage river camp scene with a refurbished beautiful Bales johnboat and cooking kit. 

The Shannon County Museum booth, hosted by Alan Banks, displayed his arrowhead collection as well as local history books he had written, as well as other local authors.   

Families who grew up here were represented by John Stewart, his sister, Susan Stewart Jordan, and Allan Ramsey.  

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