Mr. Roosevelt"s steamboat

by Mary Helen Dohan

Publisher: Thorndike Press in Thorndike, Me

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Places:

  • Mississippi River,
  • Mississippi River Valley

Subjects:

  • Roosevelt, Nicholas J., 1767-1854,
  • New Orleans (Steamboat),
  • Steam-navigation -- Mississippi River -- History -- 19th century,
  • Large type books,
  • Mississippi River -- Description and travel,
  • Mississippi River Valley -- Description and travel

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 337-345.

Other titlesMister Roosevelt"s steamboat.
Statementby Mary Helen Dohan.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF353 .D57 1982
The Physical Object
Pagination345 p. ;
Number of Pages345
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3483806M
ISBN 100896213579
LC Control Number82003264

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A Different Kind of Boat When Robert Fulton at last persuaded Robert Livingston to lift his eyes and see the great opportunity that lay beyond the Northeast, Nicholas J. Roosevelt was the man the partners picked to build a steamboat that would voyage down the Mississippi River and become the first one to do so.

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