Pulaski County has 33 miles of Route 66 and a rich road history to go with it. Spanning the years 1926 to 1980, this narrative includes the people, roadside development, and the changes to the road itself. Using a variety of sources and over 400 images and maps, this book records much of the local history adjacent to the famous highway.

  • 238 pages

  • 400 images and maps

  • Index

Terry Primas is Editor of the Old Settlers Gazette, an annual heritage newspaper published by the Old Stagecoach Stop Foundation. He has worked for nearly three decades on the preservation, restoration, and educational program of the Old Stagecoach Stop, an antebellum building and house museum on the square in Waynesville, Missouri, near the Main Street of America. Terry has produced interpretive tour materials about Route 66 in Pulaski County in a variety of formats and serves as a step-on guide for Route 66 tour groups for the Pulaski County Tourism Bureau.

By mail: Big Piney Productions, 10925 Western Road, Duke, MO 65461


plus $3.50 s/h


Also available at: Eclectic Originals, Lone Oak Printing, Old Stagecoach Stop, Pulaski County Tourism Bureau, Route 66 Community Art Gallery, Seda's Gift Shoppe and Talbot House.