Where to Buy Barry County, Missouri

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Down The Wire Road in The Missouri Ozarks and Beyond

Revised in 2004.

The cost is $13.95 plus $3.00 shipping & handling.

Mail questions and orders to Ted Roller

Battle at Cassville Price's Final Action. This was a book published for the Civil War reenactment in 2004. The Cassville book is $5.00 plus $3.00 shipping & handling.

Mail questions and orders to Ted Roller

Wheaton Publishing Company, Inc., a not for profit corporation, is offering a set of three DVDs that contain digital files of every known Wheaton Journal in existence. included are papers from 1919 through the end of publication period of 2002.

There are some gaps during the WWII war years, and in the late 1920's. There are 17 gigabits of PDF files. The papers are indexed by year and week. The set is available for $100 postpaid. Make checks payable to Wheaton Publishing Company, Inc. PO Box 516, Wheaton, MO.

All profits from the sale of DVDs will go to the Wheaton Historical Society and Wheaton Depot Museum.

Wheaton Publishing Company, Inc.
PO Box 516
Wheaton, MO 64874

Write to:
Ralph Lamberson

The book "Wheaton Echoes" is no longer available at Security Bank. It can still be purchased at Wheaton City Hall, and the Wheaton Depot Museum. We can also ship the book to anyplace in the continental USA for $25 including shipping.

Wheaton Publishing Company, Inc.
PO Box 516
Wheaton, MO 64874

Write to: Ralph Lamberson

Fields Photo Archives

Contains all the negatives kept by Fields Photos during their 62 years in business, as well as negatives and photos from the Cassville Democrat newspaper.

Pricing Index

Census on CD from Allcensus.com

Images of the census on a CD to view at home.

Research Data Publications

Hearthstone Legacy Publications

An informative and historical overview of Barry County, Missouri on CD. Four separate Ebooks which include 4 historical maps (1851, 1913, 1920's and 1929), more than 40 post cards in full color and at full size, plus the full Barry County section from the book: Goodspeed's History of Barry County, Missouri originally published in 1888.

Barry County Information

Census CD from SK Publications

Buy the census on CD instead of microfilm.

Looking back over The First Century of Seligman, Missouri 1881-1981

$15 with $3 for shipping for a total of $18.

Mail check or money order to: First Independent Bank, P.O. Box 126, Seligman, MO 65745 - Phone 417-662-3291

Higginson Book Company - Main Page

Has "History Of Newton, Lawrence, Barry & McDonald Counties

Publications For Sale

Barry County Genealogical & Historical Society

Stone County, Missouri - Book Page

Publications by Ruth E. Browning

Newspapers and more for Barry and surrounding counties.

Barry County Missouri Cemeteries, by Joan Kunkel

These may be purchased for $15.00 each (Four Volume's) by contacting Joan Kunkel, Rt. 3 117, Carthage MO 6483

$19.95 - By: Elaine L. Orr

The history of Monett from a small railroad town to a city of more than 7,000 - with a diverse economy - is presented in Arcadia Publishing's new book, Monett, by Elaine L. Orr. The 126 pages of photographs with detailed captions cover such topics as the role of the Frisco Railway, schools, sports, churches, civic live, health care, and much more. You can purchase copies in Monett at the Monett Times, V. B. Hall Antiques, the Modern Variety, and hospital gift shop. Elaine will be in Monett for Monett's Fall Fest on September 16th to promote the book and autograph copies - whether you purchase copies from her or a local retailer. You can get more info on the book at www.arcadiapublishing.com.

Monett - Arcadia Publishing Story

A Glance Back in Time

By: Edith Stever Prier Davis - Book on the Mano Region of Barry County.

Jakie Creek, Historical Fiction - Paperback $15.00 - By J. K. Phillips

Setting - Golden, MO area

Litho Printers, Cassville, MO

J. K. Phillips


Jakie Spring Publishing phone: (541) 504-6696

69225 Yellow Daisy Ln.

Sisters, OR 97759

Frankie Meyer's Book

Frankie Carlin Meyer grew up on a farm on Carlin Ridge, located in the Success community between Rocky Comfort and Powell in the eastern area of McDonald County. As the crow flies her farm was near the border of Barry County. Carlin Ridge is about 11 miles southeast of Wheaton.

Bushwhackers, Visions, Star-Crossed Lovers

The book contains over 200 true stories, over 200 photographs, and 22 maps. It is about Ozark history and culture as seen through the eyes of settlers. Most of the stories center around Barry County, McDonald County, and Newton County, with several stories that also pertain to adjacent counties such as Benton, Washington, and Carroll counties in Arkansas.

The book starts with the earliest settlers who entered the Ozarks through St. Charles and St. Louis. It then tells about the trails they took and their experiences as as they traveled south to Southwest Missouri and Northwest Arkansas. The rest of the book tells about the lives of the settlers. It features photographs from the Fields Photo Archives. It also features photographs from the Haddock Elam Collection that includes several of the earliest families in the county. It has 256 pages, has a ten-page index, and is 8 1/2 by 11.

For more information, please check Frankie's Web site at the address given above.

The book can be ordered directly from me or purchased at the Wheaton Depot Museum, Barry County Museum at Cassville, Mustang Drug at Anderson, the McDonald County Museum at Pineville, the LeRu telephone office at Stella, the Stella Museum, Etcetera Gift Shop at the Neosho square, and the Newton County Museum at Neosho. It is $24.95, plus $5 for shipping and handling.

Wheaton Echoes

Wheaton's Centennial book - The book is still available in 2012. The pre‑sale was in June 15, 2007. See more under Wheaton Echoes.

Garrison Family Book

The following is an order form for the new Garrison family book that is being published by The Isaac Garrison Family Association. Pre-orders are being taken now - Oct. 2007.


The new edition of "The Family of Isaac Garrison" will soon be available. There will be two volumes, 600 pages each with over 28,000 names. These books will be the same size and color of the 1980 book. The Board of Directors and Officers have agreed on a price of $60.00 for each set. This includes sales tax if applicable and shipping and handling. There will only be 1500 sets and when those are sold there will be no more, so place your order ASAP. Also included with the books will be a CD with family pictures and military pictures of our cousins who were in the services.

Use the form below to reserve your copies. We hope to sell all 1500 sets quickly and if so, the printer will have them in the mail in about 3 months.

Mail this form with your check to:



NAME: ____________________

ADDRESS: ____________________

NUMBER OF SETS: ________

TIMES $60.00 PER SET: __________

If you order 3 sets then your check would be $180.00 made out to: THE ISAAC GARRISON FAMILY ASSOCIATION.

Barry County Genealogical and Historical Society Books For Sale

P.O. Box 291
Cassville, Missouri 65625

Family Surname Related Publications

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Lawrence County Historical Society

They sometimes have books that contain information about Barry County families.

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