Our Missouri Podcast Episodes

Episode 29: Hamburg, St. Louis, & Missouri's German Heritage Corridor – Caitlin Yager (Meet Me in St. Louis, Part 5)

While this year's Missouri Conference on History may be over, the Our Missouri Podcast invites listeners to "meet us" in St. Louis for a multi-part series focusing on several projects and institutions that document the city's history and cultural identity. This episode features Caitlin Yager, Director of Heritage Programs for the Missouri Humanities Council.

Episode 28: Battle Lines & the Golden Lane – Joan Stack (Meet Me in St. Louis, Part 4)

To help prepare for this year's Missouri Conference on History, the Our Missouri Podcast invites listeners to "meet us" in St. Louis for a multi-part series focusing on several projects and institutions that document the city's history and cultural identity. This episode features SHSMO curator of art collections Joan Stack discussing editorial cartoons from St. Louis-based artists Daniel Fitzpatrick, Bill Mauldin, and Tom Engelhardt, as well as the upcoming "Battle Lines" and "Missouri Women: Suffrage to Statecraft" exhibits in the Center for Missouri Studies Art Gallery.

Episode 27: "The Gateway Arch" – Tracy Campbell (Meet Me in St. Louis, Part 3)

To help prepare for this year's Missouri Conference on History, the Our Missouri Podcast invites listeners to "meet us" in St. Louis for a multi-part series focusing on several projects and institutions that document the city's history and cultural identity. This episode features Tracy Campbell discussing his book, The Gateway Arch: A Biography, published by Yale University Press in 2013.

Episode 26: Mr. Mac & The Race to The Moon (Meet Me in St. Louis, Part 2)

To help prepare for this year's Missouri Conference on History, the Our Missouri Podcast invites listeners to "meet us" in St. Louis for a multi-part series focusing on several projects and institutions that document the city's history and cultural identity. This episode examines James S. McDonnell and the inner workings of McDonnell Aircraft during Project Mercury and Project Gemini.

Episode 25: SHSMO St. Louis Research Center – A.J. Medlock (Meet Me in St. Louis, Part 1)

To help prepare for this year's Missouri Conference on History, the Our Missouri Podcast invites listeners to "meet us" in St. Louis for a multi-part series focusing on several projects and institutions that document the city's history and cultural identity. This episode features A.J. Medlock talking about the origins and history of the State Historical Society of Missouri's St. Louis Research Center, as well as his efforts to collect and preserve unique materials related to the region's history.

Episode 24: William Monks & "A History of Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas" – John Bradbury

Today's episode concludes our multi-part series on "The Ozarks." Sure, you think you know about the Ozarks. The home of Branson, the Baldknobbers, and the Beverly Hillbillies…right? Well, in this series, we'll talk about the Ozarks—a region covering roughly half of Missouri—as a cultural identity as well as a physical place. So, come along for a trip to the Ozarks.

Episode 23: Ozark National Scenic Riverways – Dena Matteson

Today's episode continues our multi-part series on "The Ozarks." Sure, you think you know about the Ozarks. The home of Branson, the Baldknobbers, and the Beverly Hillbillies…right? Well, in this series, we'll talk about the Ozarks—a region covering roughly half of Missouri—as a cultural identity as well as a physical place. So, come along for a trip to the Ozarks. This episode features a conversation with Dena Matteson about the history and "hidden treasures" of the Ozark National Scenic Riverways.

Episode 22: Passport to the Ozarks – Kaitlyn McConnell

Today's episode continues our multi-part series on "The Ozarks." Sure, you think you know about the Ozarks. The home of Branson, the Baldknobbers, and the Beverly Hillbillies…right? Well, in this series, we'll talk about the Ozarks—a region covering roughly half of Missouri—as a cultural identity as well as a physical place. So, come along for a trip to the Ozarks.

Episode 21: "Father of Route 66" - Susan Croce Kelly

Today's episode continues our multi-part series on "The Ozarks." Sure, you think you know about the Ozarks. The home of Branson, the Baldknobbers, and the Beverly Hillbillies…right? Well, in this series, we'll talk about the Ozarks—a region covering roughly half of Missouri—as a cultural identity as well as a physical place. So, come along for a trip to the Ozarks. This episode features a conversation with Susan Croce Kelly about her book, Father of Route 66: The Story of Cy Avery.

Episode 20: Kate Franklin Newton and the Memorial to Missouri's Great Heart

Sure, you think you know about the Ozarks. The home of Branson, the Baldknobbers, and the Beverly Hillbillies…right? Well, in this series, we'll talk about the Ozarks—a region covering roughly half of Missouri—as a cultural identity as well as a physical place. So, come along for a trip to the Ozarks. This episode focuses on Carthage resident Kate Franklin Newton and her efforts as president of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) to commission a marble bust in honor of "Missouri's Great Heart," Clara C. Hoffman.