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The Fun Magnates: Day Tripping with Shifra Stein
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TitleThe Fun Magnates: Day Tripping with Shifra Stein
AbstractOne-page article about Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge about 90 miles northeast of Kansas City near Mound City, Missouri in the context of journalist Shifra Stein's day trip writings. Description and photo of the nature preserve especially for birds and deer, "with 7,000 acres of manmade marshes" and loess hills.
NotesLoess mounds. ..are rare geological formations of wind-deposited soil from the glacial period; when you touch clumps of the soil, they turn to powder in your hands.
AuthorAnn Wylie
DateMarch//1991
SourceIngram's
Locationq330.9778 O948
Volume17
Number3
Page2-18
Local SubjectSquaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge
Birds
Animals
Ecology
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID106076
CONTENTdm number14531
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