Steamboat Treasures, The Inadvertent Autobiography of a Steamboatman

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Steamboat Treasures, The Inadvertent Autobiography of a Steamboatman

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Steamboat Treasures, The Inadvertent Autobiography of a Steamboatman

by Dorothy Heckmann Shrader

Shrader traces the colorful writings and career of her uncle, Steamboat Bill Heckmann, who has been dubbed the Mark Twain of the Missouri River. Heckmann wrote regularly for The Waterways Journal and for many newspapers, combining his love of work on the river with a determination to write about the excitement, allure, danger, and hilarity associated with the rivers and their people. This is the second of Shrader’s Missouri River trilogy.

ISBN: 0-9638589-2-0

Pages: 250

Dimensions: 7.25 x 10.25

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