6 edition of Tales of the Mississippi found in the catalog.
December 20, 2000
by Pelican Publishing Company
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||260|
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From the river's discovery by Hernando DeSoto to the modern day, the Mississippi has been the backdrop for numerous events that have helped forge American history.
Tales of the Mississippi offers over magnificent pictures and nineteen rollicking tales about Old Man by: 2. Tales of The Mississippi book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
The Mississippi is well worth reading about. It is not a commonp 4/5(2). This collection of ghost stories by author Jeff Duke Tales of the Mississippi book the freakiest, most surprising ghostly tales of the Magnolia State. Horror fans will delight in these 14 chilling tales about haunted locations.
They’re based on reportedly true accounts, proving that Mississippi is the setting for some of the most compelling ghost stories ever told.5/5(19). A collection of twelve short story chapters, truly tall tales derived from the Upper Midwest region and Mississippi River area.
Stitched together by a common setting, a park in Muscatine, Iowa. Each story follows one of two similar outlines in presentation.3/5(1). OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages: illustrations, maps ; 29 cm: Contents: He saw it first: the mystery of DeSoto --I'm all man, save what is wildcatFirst steamboat to New Orleans --Crevasse!--Mississippi superman --The man who opened the Mississippi's mouth --Packets, plantations, and people --He kidnapped a president --The race of the giants.
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2 Want to read; Published by Hastings House in New York. Written in EnglishCited by: 2. A thrilling novel about a, factual account of the Tennessee-Mississippi state line controversies and corruptions spanning over four decades, pages written in novel form; Get immersed in the lives and stories of Buford Pusser, Jack and Louise Hathcock, Nelson Timlake, George North, W.O.
Hathcock, Carl White, Junior and Shirley Smith, and countless others/5(). Williams weaves her tales from books, history, myths, legends, and folktales, and many of her stories are original. Her newest released book, Mississippi Folk and the Tales They Tell: Myths, Legends and Bald-Faced Lies, was published Diane Williams, a New Jersey native who came to Mississippi by way of Texas, has been called a story-weaver, a keeper of /5(8).
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Cataloging based on CIP information. Reprint. Originally published: New York: Hastings House, © Tastes and tales from Mississippi's Gulf Coast. The Mississippi Gulf Coast has long been a place where people and water are intertwined: the residents live, breathe, and eat the bounty of the Gulf.
This collection of recipes from local chefs and essays showing the intimate relationship between people, industry, and environment provides a compelling portrait of one of the Gulf /5(12). As in his other books, Kellogg's account of Fink incorporates tall tales with vivid illustrations – highlighting the main character's positive side.
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His love for his beautiful swamp dogs absolutely shines from every page and each dog over Like Kenny Salwey, the author of this short book, I have spent my life in the company of dogs but our experiences are vastly different/5.
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The Notorious Mississippi Family You Won’t Learn About In History Books. The story of Sullivan’s Hollow is an interesting one to say the least. Local legends, the Sullivans, are by far one of the most notorious families in Mississippi’s : Daniella Dirienzo.
Confederate Tales of the War in the Trans-Mississippi: Part 1 of Confederate "tales of the War" in the Trans-Mississippi, Michael E. Banasik Volume 7 of Unwritten chapters of the Civil War west of the river: Author: Michael E.
Banasik: Editor: Michael E. Banasik: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Press of the Camp Pope Bookshop, ISBN. CONFEDERATE "TALES OF THE WAR" IN THE TRANS-MISSISSIPPI, Part Five: May –August End of the Trans-Mississippi Confederacy, with River Operations, Price’s Missouri Raid, Irregular Operations (–), and the Confederate Exit to Mexico.
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These 8 Urban Legends In Mississippi Will Keep You Awake At Night. Even though urban legends are generally untrue, they are believed to contain some small smidgen of fact which definitely adds to their weird factor.
From Indian folklore to unnerving tales of witches, Mississippi has quite a few of its own urban legends that are worth a : Daniella Dirienzo.Kenny Salwey, the legendary Last River Rat and famed storyteller, presents a new collection of ""rat tales,"" sure to delight, inform, and entertain.
A modern-day American hermit who has lived most of his life in the Mississippi river bottoms, Kenny knows the river ecosystem with an intimacy unavailable to most/5.