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Fifty years on the Mississippi

  • 749 Pages
  • 0.87 MB
  • English
Nixon-Jones printing co. , Saint Louis
Steam navigation -- Mississippi River., Mississippi River -- Description and tr
LC ClassificationsF351 .G69
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 749 p., 1 l.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23411697M
LC Control Number04019514

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A classic Mark Twain book based on his own life as a pilot of a steamboat traversing the Mississippi River in the s prior to the Civil War.

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As a fan of nonfiction writing I thoroughly enjoyed this part biography- part historical narrative of the riverboats creation, life and ending years/5(). In the Society, in cooperation with the Department of Archives and History, the University of Mississippi, Mississippi State University, and the University and College Press, published the first comprehensive history of Mississippi in fifty years, a two-volume set entitled A History of Mississippi, edited by R.A.

McLemore. A Year in Mississippi is a treasure."--JoAnne Prichard Morris. Book Description Glorious moments from all of Mississippi's seasons in the Capital, the Delta, the Hill Country, the Piney Woods, and on the Coast, Read more. Product details 5/5(1). Life on the Mississippi () is a memoir by Mark Twain of his days as a steamboat pilot on the Mississippi River before the American Civil War.

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Containing a history of the introduction of steam as a propelling power on ocean, lakes and rivers--the first steamboats on the Hudson, the Delaware, and the Ohio rivers--navigation of western rivers before the introduction of steam--character of the early navigators--description of first steamboats--steamboat New.

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Now, fifty years after his brutal death and the deaths of his co-workers James Chaney and Andrew Goodman – fifty years after Freedom Summer — the state of Mississippi and the United States. That was Mrs. Fannie Lou Hamer’s question about Mississippi fifty years ago.

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