River Trails, Bayous and Back Roads

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Beginning as a tiny trickle in the lake country of Minnesota, the mighty Mississippi River gathers momentum along its, 2,300 mile course and becomes a half mile wide as it swirls through Louisiana and around New Orleans, dumping more than 300 billion gallons of water daily into the Gulf of Mexico. But that is just the beginning as the River Trails, Bayous and Back Roads of Louisiana mostly created in some form by the great river leaves one somewhat breathless upon viewing. (125 Pgs.) VVG

AUTHOR: Louisiana Office of Tourism
PUBLISHER: Louisiana Office of Tourism
YEAR: 1984
FORMAT: Softcover