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This audiobook shares a fascinating insight into the many ways that the Mississippi River influenced Mark Twain's life, career, and writings. Mark Twain represents such an iconic portrayal of the Mississippi River. His formative childhood was along the banks of the Mississippi River. He trained and earned his license as a Mississippi River steamboat pilot. He wrote so much and so eloquently about this era. Later in life, Twain declared that working as a riverboat pilot was the career he had loved the best.
Twain's perspective is intriguing. His wit is wry. His language is divine. Enjoy learning more about this fascinating aspect of Twain's life and career.
River Historian Bill Wiemuth has lectured aboard hundreds of riverboat cruises along the Mississippi River in the last 15 years. His dynamic presentations communicate his passion for these stories of river history.
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