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America's Great Waterways: Bound for the Wild Missouri
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TitleAmerica's Great Waterways: Bound for the Wild Missouri
AbstractIllustrations, map, photos, and article about the role of the Missouri River in the history of the settlement of the West, with descriptions of related cities (including Kansas City), towns, steamboats, and people.
NotesPage 153: "The upper Missouri [River] is said to begin at the mouth of the Platte [River]. ..Here, the character of the Missouri changes. Forested hills give way to grassy plains and cottonwood groves."
AuthorRichard Dunlop
DateSeptember//1985
SourceReader's Digest
LocationSC 73: Collection of Magazine Article Photocopies
Volume127
Number9
Page148-155
Local SubjectMissouri River
Steamboats
Explorers
Rivers
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID122559
CONTENTdm number18687
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