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While our focus on www.greatriver.com is the Mississippi River and other great world waterways, there are many other waterway sites that will interest our river buffs. Former Delta Queen Riverlorian, Jerry Hay, puts his focus on the Indiana waterways at.
A great site for those searching for historic riverboats and Captains!
SHANTY BOATS Joe McWilliams has collected a fair amount of information on shanty boats themselves, old and new, Mississippi and elsewhere, and he maintains several booklists as well. Another related site is an online book Four Months in a Sneak-Box by Nathaniel H. Bishop (1837-1902), 1879. Chapter One is located at http://eldred.ne.mediaone.net/nhb/S1.HTM
- The St. Louis Heritage Web Ring
- 7bridgesrd.org A new site commemorates the seven historic McGilvary Bridges near Trempealeau, Wis.
- Visit Zach's river fishing info web site. River Fishing updates, interactive river maps, and much more.
artifacts and info on the Mormon Trail from Nauvoo, IL, to Salt Lake City, Utah.
My Mississippi is a lovely site zeroing in on the Mississippi River along the shores of the State of Mississippi. Nice photos!
www.uppermiss.com -- a good boater's site
The Cajun Country Journal offers a wealth of Louisiana/New Orleans Content
Captain Jimmy's Mississippi Home Page. River page with an emphasis on towboats and commercial shipping. Weather, lock & dam and various navigation links.
Visit Coulee Region fishing guide, Clay Riness and his Rocking Trout Spring Creek Fishing Service.
Cities of the Mississippi (19th Century Images)
Dave's Canoe Trip Down the Mississippi in 1993
The Riverview Times
Steamboatin' with the Delta Queen Steamboat Co.
Big River Newsletter: Festival & Special Events Guide
Teachers! The MISSISSIPPI RIVER RESOURCE KIT for teachers is a complete educational package used throughout the nation. See it at http://greatriver.com/act.htm Order online at http://greatriver.com/order.htm
Located on Iowa's easternmost tip, the Island City of Sabula is surrounded by Mississippi River waters. Find out more about this friendly, recreational Midwestern river town in a student-designed site at http://www.east-central.k12.ia.us/Ragbrai/Default.html
TeacherTalk and Youth in Action resources
Iowa Schools on the Internet
Antique Maps of Civil War fortifications along the Mississippi River
An American Rivers Bibliography
Educational Tools on the Internet
Time Line for the Mississippi River
Illinois Military Tract
Illinois & the Civil War
Riverwatch, Mississippi Headwaters Board. River monitoring, student projects, resources.
Audubon Club link
Minnesota Explorers and the Rockies --Zebulon Pike and Stphen Long explorered Minnesota and climbed mountains in the Rockies. Includes lots of Mississippi River images and text.
Views On The Upper Mississippi River --Ramsey County Historical Society ( St.Paul, MN ) presents an exhibit of cyanotypes taken by Henry Bosse, from 1883 to 1891.
Upper Mississippi River Wildlife and Fish Refuge
Alton, Illinois, Convention & Visitors Bureau http://www.visitalton.com
Environmental Management Technical Center (EMTC) in Onalaska, WI. Click here for a list of web sites we host, such as the Upper Mississippi Science Center, USFWS Upper Mississippi National Wildlife and Refuge, EPA Inland Waterways Response Mapping, etc.
Lock Conditions on Illinois, Mississippi and Ohio Rivers
Upper Mississippi River Wildlife and Fish Refuge
Inland River Home Page
The Shawnee National Forest
The Mississippi River Visitor's Center The Mississippi River Visitor's Center Information about Visitor's Center and Surrounding Area The Mississippi River Visitor's Center is located on the Rock Island Arsenal in Rock Island, Illinois at Lock and Dam 15 , overlooking the Upper Mississippi R...
The Upper Mississippi River Basin Study Unit of the National Water-Quality Assessment Program of the U.S. Geological Survey.
(The webmaster there leaves us this note: "There are also real-time streamflow and river stage information available on our Minnesota District home page."
Guttenberg, Iowa, invites you to visit their website at http://guttenberg-iowa.org
Visit beautiful and historic, Lansing, Iowa www.lansing.com
Visit the Amish Country of Cashton and Ontario, Wisconsin, and the Kickapoo River Valley.
I like your Webpage on the Mississippi River and just wanted to tell you about a site that I thought would be an interesting addition to your page. The Quad-Cities has a couple of "River-Cams" running all the time at They are kinda interesting...
Minnesota Office of Tourism
Mall of America, Twin Cities
Commerce Now! Tri-State Regional Business Magazine
Wabasha, MN tourism
Winona, Minnesota Tourism
Kentucky's Great River Road
Illinois State Tourism Office
Hancock County and Nauvoo, Illinois
Quad City Visitors Bureau Link
St. Louis Visitor Link
Middle Mississippi Tourism, Nauvoo, Illinois area. Illinois and Iowa
Dubuque, Iowa Tourism Office
Wisconsin Tourism Office
La Crosse, Wisconsin, Visitor Bureau
Visit the Village of Trempealeau, Wisconsin
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