By Elizabeth Nearhoof. If you want to know anything about Warriors Mark, you will find it in this comprehensive volume. The book is well-organized into sections: the first on the economic development, including agriculture, manufacturing and stores and services; the second includes the social fabric of the communities – churches, cemeteries (22 of them), schools, customs and recreation; the third on politics – the 17 local areas, and the wars. The book is illustrated in black and white and includes map sketches. First published in 1968, the current volume is the third printing of the book. An every-name index is available as a separate volume. Soft cover, spiral bound, 417 pages.