Our Missouri "Water and Waterways" Continues with Susan Sundermeyer Discussing Life in Missouri River Bottoms

  • Episode 63: Farmhouses – Susan Sundermeyer (Water & Waterways, Part 3)

    Episode Description

    Water. Did you ever stop to think just how important water is to your everyday life? From health, sanitation, and nutrition, to transportation, recreation, and cultural identity, water is just as important today as it has been for countless people for generations. Whether it’s the Mississippi River, the Missouri River, or the endless list of rivers, creeks, ponds, lakes, and even fountains that dot Missouri’s landscape, this series is all about water. So, with that, let’s dive right into Water & Waterways.

    This episode features Susan Sundermeyer discussing the book and exhibit, Farmhouses: Before the Great Flood of 1993 - Life in the Chamois and Morrison Missouri River Bottoms.

    About the Guest

    Susan Sundermeyer

    Susan Sundermeyer is a retired educator from Osage County. She is the author of Farmhouses: Before the Great Flood of 1993 - Life in the Chamois and Morrison Missouri River Bottoms.