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... the Ozarks. Apples and other fruit were a major industry until the 1920's and 1930’s when fruit diseases and the depression caused their failure. Springdale is the home of Tyson and chickens are now the biggest industry here. It was interesting that all signs in the Shiloh Museum were both in English and Spanish – lots of Hispanics here and I assume many work in the poultry business. ...
... 160; I went through the Walmart Museum on the city square and they provided a timeline for the company and details on "Sam Walton’s Rules for Building a Business". As an aside, two women that I met in Eureka Springs told me how proud they were to work at the largest Walmart in the country – in Bentonville, of course. Drove down Central Avenue with beautiful, well-cared for, large homes. Next stop was The Museum of Native American History – ...
... valley. Blue Spring was considered a holy place by Native Americans through the generations and it was a stopping place for the Cherokee passing through on the Trail of Tears. During the 1800's it was the site of mills. The spring is a mystery. For as long as anyone can track, it bubbles up 38 million gallons of water per day and is considered the source of the ...
Caught the 10:30 tram into Eureka Springs and headed to the Mud Street Expresso Café for breakfast – a comfortable little cellar with self-serve coffee, great omelets and garlic-infused grits. I spent the afternoon exploring Eureka Springs on three more of the walking tours. Each of the tours took me past Victorian ...
... trip here and also the local every-weekend car shows and country drives in their Kansas City region. The Historical Museum was informative – lots of pictures of Eureka Springs across the years. Over the years the town alternated between being a sleepy village and a booming destination for tourists. Today the only industry in town is tourism and they do make the ...