There’s a special exhibit at the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History observing the Buffalo River’s 50 year anniversary of national status.
- Scenery: The exhibit is called Ken Smith’s Buffalo River Country and is celebratory of inspiration of the past which came from the scenic Arkansas Ozarks waterway. Smith presents photographs and artifacts from his 1960s survey and exploration of the Buffalo River, all of which played a role in The Ozark Society’s mission to have the Buffalo designated a national river.
- On display: There are 24 photos in the exhibit and some personal items of Smith’s, including his camera, portable typewriter, pen and ink illustrations, and tools he used for building trails in ’85 for the first national river.
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