A Voyage Down the Mississippi
Thirty years later he did, though Raban made his voyage in a 16-foot motorboat rather than on a raft. He started in Minneapolis and reached the sea near Morgan City, Louisiana. On the way, he chowed down at a pig roast, hunted coon, fished for walleye, and discussed theology in Prairie Du Chien and race relations during a bitter mayoral campaign in Memphis. This travelog vividly captures the texture of everyday life in small-town America.
This title is part of the series: NORTH AMERICA TRAVEL LIBRARY
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