Big Muddy: Down the Mississippi Through America's Heartland

Plume, 1 juil. 1993 - 304 pages
Just over 100 years ago, Mark Twain created an American classic with his vivid chronicle Life on the Mississippi. This book follows in his wake to bring us an evocative, entertaining, enormously informative account of our country's premiere waterway at the close of the 20th century. Photos.

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BIG MUDDY: Down the Mississippi Through America's Heartland

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Superficial, pseudo-folksy report on a trip down the ``Father of Waters'' undertaken by Hall (English/Arkansas Tech Univ.) and Wood (an economist/consultant) in 1991. Having failed in a boyhood ... Consulter l'avis complet

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Getting in the River
The Heritage of the Mechesebe
The Star of the North
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Hall teaches English and American Studies at Arkansas Tech University.

Wood is an economist and consultant as well as a writer.

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