Hidden History of Eureka Springs

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Eureka Springs has a lively and colorful past, peppered by one-of-a-kind characters drawn to the town for its soothing waters. And while Eureka Springs is known today as one of the most well-preserved towns in the nation, some of its most interesting history hides in plain sight. Join local author Joyce Zeller as she uncovers the remarkable and often forgotten history of this natural wonder of the Ozarks. With tales of the 1922 bank robbery, the residency of notorious prohibitionist Carry A. Nation and how a beloved cat named Morris became "general manager" at the historic Crescent Hotel, this is a side of the Eureka Springs story that won't be found anywhere else.
ISBN: 9781609493769
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Arkansas
Series: Hidden History
Images: 31
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Joyce Zeller is a longtime resident of Eureka Springs who has been involved in town matters for years. She's served five years on the city council, four years on the City Advertising and Promotion Commission and for a short time as interim marketing director. This is her first published novel. One of her novellas, Christmas for Annabel, a holiday romance, is available as an e-book. She is an aromatherapist and a perfumer and had a fragrance shop in Eureka Springs for thirty years. In real life, before coming to Eureka Springs, she wrote a weekly cooking column for a chain of suburban newspapers near Chicago, Illinois.
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