DOWN THE MISSISSIPPI by R. Maj. Raven-Hart

DOWN THE MISSISSIPPI

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An Englishman, well steeped in Mark Twain, canoes from Hannibal to Baton Rouge, and tells, entertainingly enough, of his travels, troubles with Americanisms, delight in some of the people and customs, much of the river's history and legends. Interesting to see ourselves as others see us. Plus sale in sporting.

Pub Date: Aug. 9th, 1938
Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin