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- The Mississippi River is the second-longest river in the United States; the longest is the Missouri River, which flows into the Mississippi.
- The Mississippi River is the largest river system in the United States and the largest of North America.
- The Mississippi River is at its lowest in years.
- The Mississippi River is expected to go above flood stage this week for the second time this season.
- It has a total of eighteen major tributaries, including ten that are larger than the Mississippi River.
- In 1811 and 1812, three of the largest earthquakes ever reported in the United States struck the fault and changed the course of the Mississippi River.
- Popular hunting grounds include the Mississippi River and waters that empty into Lake Superior along the North Shore.
- San Francisco became the USA's largest city west of the Mississippi River.
- Beta Theta Pi's focus on expansion led to it establishing the first fraternity chapter west of the Mississippi River, at the University of Iowa, in 1866.
- A number of rivers empty into the gulf, most notably the Mississippi River in the northern gulf, and the Grijalva and Usumacinta Rivers in the southern gulf.
- A new route was carved to the Mississippi River, and eventually the upper and middle sections combined to form what is essentially the modern Ohio River.
- Poison sumac grows abundantly along the Mississippi River.
- His strategy, known as the "Anaconda Plan," reflected the importance of the Mississippi River in the overall strategy of the war.
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- Dodds gained reputation as a top young drummer in New Orleans, then worked on Mississippi River steamship bands with young Louis Armstrong.
- He and Father Jacques Marquette found the Mississippi River in 1673; they were the first Caucasians to see the Mississippi River.
- He went to work on the barges traversing the Mississippi River, where Dorsey Burnette also worked.
- We would survive, but it would be a new Louisiana and Mississippi River delta.
- Thousands of wells have been drilled into the Mississippi River basin, where burial metamorphism is occurring today.
- Betsy caused a strong storm surge in the Mississippi River Gulf Outlet, a deep-water shipping channel to the east and south of New Orleans.
- The levees along the Mississippi River Gulf Outlet (MRGO) are a special problem.
- Geology High silt content makes the Missouri River (left) noticeably lighter than the Mississippi River here at their confluence north of St. Louis.
- His plan was to blockade the Confederacy's coastline and control the Mississippi River valley with gunboats.
- The bridge spans a canal connecting Lake Pontchartrain and the Mississippi River.
- Much of the film was shot on location on the Sacramento River, which doubled for the Mississippi River in Twain's original book.
- John Berryman [1914-1972] American Poet - Jumped from a bridge over the Mississippi River; reputedly waved at passersby on way down.
- In some flood-prone areas with high population density, such as parts of the Netherlands, England, and New Orleans and Mississippi River Delta.
- The Ohio River is the largest tributary, by volume, of the Mississippi River.
- The Las Vegas 300, held on March 16, 1997, was the first NASCAR Busch Series event to be held west of the Mississippi River.
- In this occupation he was also very successful, and at the Beginning of the civil war he possessed one of the finest plantations on the Mississippi river.
- Located in the heart of Minneapolis, Nicollet Island is the only inhabited island on the Mississippi River.
- Mississippi has the highest poverty rate in the country, and communities along the Mississippi River have the highest poverty rates in the state.
- Unlike Vicksburg, Greenville, and Natchez, Jackson is not located on the Mississippi River, and did not develop like those cities from river commerce.
- Vicksburg and Port Hudson were the last remaining strongholds that prevented full Union control of the Mississippi River.
- Vicksburg and Warren County officials have endorsed a project to test whether the waters of the Mississippi River can be used to produce hydroelectric power.
- William T. Sherman sailed down the Mississippi River with 32,000 men while Grant was to move in parallel through Mississippi by railroad with 40,000.
- He wants the government to build a longer pipeline to pull water from the Mississippi River, which has a bigger flow.
- From that island there is a water communication for small vessels through lakes and bayous to within a mile of the Mississippi River, just above New Orleans.
- Capture of the Mississippi River was one of the key tenets of Union General Winfield Scott 's Anaconda Plan.
- The capture of Port Hudson, Louisiana, shortly thereafter placed the entire Mississippi River in Union hands.
- Facing the stunning view of glittery surface of the Mississippi River, Memphis is situated on the apex of the river delta.
- Together, they travelled along Lake Michigan to Green Bay, canoed up the Fox River, and went downstream on the Wisconsin River to the Mississippi River.
- The explorers eventually found the mouth of the Mississippi River, sailed a while upstream and named the spot Point du Mardi Gras (Mardi Gras Point).
- The Cajuns who settled in southern Louisiana originally did so in the area just west of what is now New Orleans, mainly along the Mississippi River.
- The most populated portion of the parish, in the areas near the Mississippi River, is part of the New Orleans metropolitan area.
- Participants' estimates of the length of the Mississippi river acted as the dependent variable.
- By 1848, with the opening of the Illinois and Michigan Canal at Chicago, direct access to the Mississippi River was possible from the lakes.
- It crosses the Red River, the Mississippi River, and finally the St. Croix River as it crosses into Wisconsin.
- The Canal Street Ferry connects the heart of New Orleans with the neighborhood of Algiers Point on the other side of the Mississippi River.
- Most Native American communities east of the Mississippi River were affected by the war, many dividing over the question of which side to support.
- Pieces of the plane were seen falling, and the plane was found on a bluff on the east side of the Mississippi River.
- This battle was one of the largest to be fought west of the Mississippi River, with over 30,000 men engaged.
- Its 72-inch primary mirror is the largest of any optical telescope in the United States east of the Mississippi River.
- Because of its location as a seaport on the Mississippi River, it became a melting pot for ethnically diverse cultures.
- Traffic along the Mississippi River was below normal capacity for at least two weeks following the storm.
- Gen. Ulysses S. Grant and his Army of the Tennessee crossed the Mississippi River and drove the Confederate army of Lt.
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