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The Mississippi River is the chief river of the largest river system in North America.

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All lanes are open I-10 East on the Mississippi River Bridge following overnight road work.
Just found out I've been West of the Mississippi River ..
Looking along the Mississippi River from the Wabasha, MN.
Oxford, Ms you aren't to far from me, I live right were the Mississippi Delta Starts when you cross the Arkansas River
12:08 AM: Going to see a few hour lull in precip in Champaign. Heavier precip about to cross Mississippi River.
Dump ya body in the Mississippi river then head to Dave n busters. Not ya average ***
An earthquake once caused the Mississippi River to run backwards.
yeah your about 4hrs? I'm in FAR West Ky by the Mississippi River almost.
"don't cross me son I'll put you 6 feet/ in the water Cuz my city is so swampy/ but the Mississippi River could be haunting
“Steamboats in the Mississippi river, 1907. Photo: shorpy.
Sunrise over the Mississippi River between and v/ ♥
.partnered with Friends of the Mississippi & Great River Greening on a new goat grazing program.
my gf told me my legs are as long as the Mississippi River
Steamboats in the Mississippi river, 1907. Photo: shorpy.
The right lane is closed I-10 East on the Mississippi River Bridge, due to road work.
47-year-old motorcyclist died in crash on Mississippi River Bridge in Baton Rouge
Mississippi River at the port of greater Baton Rouge
Hey but I don't know nothing, But I do know something, Now go look up Emmet Til pilgrimage from Mecca down the {nile} Mis…
Mississippi river has a new tributary. Westbrook's crying a river.
Mississippi River in Iowa, after the flood
The Democratic Republic of Congo is roughly the size of the United States east of the Mississippi River.
As Cammie fought the swirling waters of the Mississippi River, she wondered if she'd ever see Noah again … … … … …
The Mississippi River was a scary sight for them for the river is like a giant snake winding down from the Northern states to the Gulf.
Long runs through the middle of nowhere. Talk about total serenity @ Mississippi River/Gulf…
Another from this morning's awe-inspiring sunrise over the Mississippi River between and
drop it in the Mississippi River. I'm sure Jordan will find it eventually.
Lest We forget, The Trail of Tears of Indigenous People and Enslaved Afrikans... The Trail of Tears commonly refers to a series of forced relocations of Native American nations in the United States following the Indian Removal Act of 1830. The removal included members of the Cherokee, Muscogee, Seminole, Chickasaw, and Choctaw Nations, who chose not to assimilate with American society, from their ancestral homelands in the southeastern U.S. to an area west of the Mississippi River that had been designated as Indian Territory. Native Americans who chose to stay and assimilate were allowed to become citizens in their states and of the U.S. The phrase "Trail of Tears" originated from a description of the removal of the Choctaw Nation in 1831. Many Native Americans suffered from exposure, disease, and starvation while en route to their destinations, and many died, including 2,000-6,000 of the 16,543 relocated Cherokee. European Americans and African American freedmen and slaves also participated in the Chicka ...
Tiffany blue walls, views overlooking the Mississippi River and amazing food at …
Walking along the bluff on the Mississippi River in Natchez. Several homes here were destroyed as the blu...
"St. Paul will kick off the Red Bull Crashed Ice season on the frozen banks of the Mississippi River on January 24!"
Stupid People. Our Product of the Week Award goes to Japanese inventor Kenji Kawakami, creator of "Baby Mops." Kawakami has attached mops to baby clothing, so your infant can clean the floor as he crawls... plans for the "Baby-Vac" are still on the drawing board... An off-duty police officer in Newark, NJ, had a pistol-shaped cigarette lighter which he had been using all night while drinking at a local tavern. After many hours and drinks, he apparently mistook his 32 revolver for the lighter. When he went to light his cigarette, he shot and killed John Fazzola, who was seated 5 stools away at the bar... When asked to explain an increase in area robberies, Washington police chief John Layton replied, "The biggest factor is the inclination of certain individuals of acquiring funds by illegal means..." When Stan Caddell wanted to wash his Chevrolet, he backed the car into a foot of water in the Mississippi River at Hannibal, Missouri. When he got out to clean the car, it floated away. Police were able to ret ...
The 1811 German Coast Uprising was a revolt of black slaves in parts of the Territory of Orleans on January 8–10, 1811. The uprising occurred on the east bank of the Mississippi River in what are now St. John the Baptist and St. Charles Parishes, Louisiana. While the slave insurgency was the largest in US history, the rebels killed only two white men. Confrontations with militia and executions after trial killed ninety-five black people. Between 64 and 125 enslaved men marched from sugar plantations near present-day LaPlace on the German Coast toward the city of New Orleans. They collected more men along the way. Some accounts claimed a total of 200–500 slaves participated. During their two-day, twenty-mile march, the men burned five plantation houses (three completely), several sugarhouses, and crops. They were armed mostly with hand tools. White men led by officials of the territory formed militia companies to hunt down and kill the insurgents. Over the next two weeks, white planters and officials i ...
Day 1 of the Winter meetings in Dubuque in the banks of the Mississippi River. Some impressive people at table shaping league.
History Siouan language speakers may have originated in the lower Mississippi River region and then migrated to or originated in the Ohio Valley. They were agriculturalists and may have been part of the Mound Builder civilization during the 9th–12th centuries CE. In the late 16th and early 17th centuries, Dakota-Lakota-Nakota speakers lived in the upper Mississippi Region in present day Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, and the Dakotas. Conflicts with Anishnaabe and Cree peoples pushed the Lakota west onto the Great Plains in the mid- to late-17th century. Early Lakota history is recorded in their Winter counts (Lakota: waníyetu wówapi), pictorial calendars painted on hides or later recorded on paper. The Battiste Good winter count records Lakota history back to 900 CE, when White Buffalo Calf Woman gave the Lakota people the White Buffalo Calf Pipe. Around 1730, Cheyenne people introduced the Lakota to horses, called šuŋkawakaŋ ("dog [of] power/mystery/wonder"). After their adoption of horse culture, La ...
I made it to New Orleans safely! Fireworks went off on the Mississippi River, as a friendly welcome. I'm looking forward to performing in this fine city for the next couple months. Awo!
Fireworks boom over the Mississippi River to commemorate the Battle of New Orleans Bicentennial.
Fireworks booming over the Mississippi River to commemorate The Battle of New Orleans Bicentennial.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. -- Martha Hamilton considers her sister Beth to be a real-life "gone girl." On June 13, 1965, two-year-old Elizabeth Ann Gill, known to her family as Beth, was playing with several of her brothers and sisters in her family's yard in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Beth was the youngest of ten children. That Sunday, Hamilton and another sister were driving home with their parents from a short trip out of town, having left Beth in the care of her older siblings. Suddenly, Beth vanished. There's been no word from her since. Ironically, the small Mississippi River town where Beth disappeared so many years ago is the same town where parts of "Gone Girl," a hit movie about a missing woman, was recently filmed. Though Beth is the longest-missing child registered in the state, Hamilton said her family still is affected by her unsolved disappearance nearly five decades later. "No matter what people say, you don't heal," Hamilton told 48 Hours' Crimesider. "It's like a scar you can re-open if you're n ...
A dog in Scott County is recovering after being rescued from the Mississippi River
with big T Mac on - cannot believe the Mississippi River is 2500 miles! Oooft!
Why does the Mississippi River flow south?. Because Louisiana *** 7000 Rivers that Feed into the Mississippi River
Crossing the Mississippi River on our way back to Ohio!
Drove the entire state of Tennessee, crossed the Mississippi River, and staying in Little Rock, Arkansas tonight.
The Hunting Lodge. We are near Lake Chicot, Arkansas about 1/2 mile west of Mississippi River. It…
The 7000 Rivers that Feed into the Mississippi River -
Owner financing on lot in Arkansas near Mississippi River Bridge.
New research illustrates Mississippi River's role in the transport and fate of the oil following the 2010 ... - -
FBI warns of Islamic State threat to Mississippi River Bridge. The Federal Bureau of Investigation warns...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The FBI has warned local authorities of a threat that Islamic State militants would blow up the Memphis & Arkansas Bridge spanning the Mississippi River, an agency spokesman said on Tuesday. The bridge is a major route connecting Tennessee and Arkansas. The Federal Bureau of I…
Photo: a380flightdeck: After crossing the Mississippi River (seen in the background), the Canadian Pacific...
Rail regulator memo sheds more light on condition of Mississippi River Bridges: The Federa...
the longest rail-trail east of the Mississippi River! The 150-mile Great Allegheny Passage spans two states in...
JOHN PAUL JACKSON’S PROPHETIC HEADLINES: The Great divide – The new Normal on the Mississippi River
Diversions Help Rebuild Mississippi Delta: Diverting the Mississippi River's Water and Sediment is an…
Literally walked across the mighty Mississippi River today. Frozen in Minnesota. What an experience.…
Landscape architect Bradley Cantrell calls the Mississippi River delta a "choreography of sediment" at
"Diverting the Mississippi River's water and sediment is an effective way to restore La's eroding coastal land..."
Swam through the Amazon, Nile and Mississippi River just trying to get to my grandma's😒
Female hormones are flowing like the mighty Mississippi River on my TL..
Mach One is the speed of sound. Mach Twain is the speed of the MIGHTY Mississippi River flowing on down to ol' New O'l…
A little recap of my recent road trip and my random thoughts: -Everyone should DRIVE across country at least once. You see so many beautiful things and meet so many neat people along the way. -Louisiana stinks.the whole state smells like funky water. The Cajuns don't play about speed limits either...I have a driving award to prove that. -Mississippi is just like it's name.LLLOOONG. The highlight of Mississippi was crossing the Mississippi River-the bridge is awesome. -Texas is HUGE. It takes 3 hours or more to travel to any city from another city. The beach is beautiful-dark brown sand. The roads suck-they don't have pot holes...they have ditches. The people who live in Texas are more friendly than people in Georgia if you can believe that. Southern hospitality is awesome...especially when you are so far from home. -Seeing your first born transformed from a boy with no ambitions and no goals into a man with so much respect and drive is amazing. -Driving 15 hours straight is not fun...but doable. Lots of s ...
On the first day of Christmas my true love sent to me: one mighty defying nose with so much mucus it could be Mississippi River ver2.0
Just drove over the mighty Mississippi River.
wish I was that iphone! I'd give you such a tongue lashing that I'd have you quivering like the mighty Mississippi River 😘
The mighty Mississippi River on the this windy sunny afternoon.
When Vicksburg fell to the Yankees on July 4, 1863, the Union gained control of the mighty Mississippi River.
Watch out Gulf Coast some MAJOR coming down the Mississippi River
A “tall and smooth people”? Some have pointed to Isaiah 18 which speaks of a peo­ple “tall and smooth” who are “feared far and wide.” The passage further states that this is a “powerful nation whose land the rivers divide.” The chapter ends by stating that the people of this nation will bring “a gift of homage” to the Lord when He returns to reign from Mt. Zion. Because these verses speak of a powerful nation whose land is divided by a great river, some have jumped to the conclusion that the nation is the United States since it is divided by the Mississippi River. But the open­ing verses of this chapter indicate it is speak­ing of “Cush,” the ancient name of Ethiopia. At the time Isaiah wrote this passage, Ethiopia was a part of the Egyp­tian empire and the river referred to is undoubtedly the Nile. A “village” of Tarshish? Probably one of the most popular passages where peo­ple claim to have found the U.S. is in Ezekiel 38 where the pro­phet describes an invasion of Isra ...
Deadly western New York snowstorm to get second wind: To the west, ice on the Mississippi River f...
A cold evening on the Mississippi River just above St. Anthony Falls.
Treaty of Paris gave us all land from the Great Lakes and from the Atlantic Ocean to the Mississippi River. Time to go fishing
(1) short story from (THE TWEAKER) A time traveler. Steamboat I awoke on the East bank of the Mississippi River; a gambling boat steamed past with the giant wheel splashing and churning the river water as it passed. Mosquitoes started on me the first second that I arrived. Of course, I had no matches or anything else except my clothes and fortunately some boots. It was dusk dark, and I figured it was in the mid-nineteenth century. I stomped around and found some pieces of lighter wood stumps and dead tree parts. I had enough wood for a fire when and if I could find some flint rock or meet up with someone with a light. Now, it was dark and still with no fire, I sat upon the white sand bar and looked around as the moon shined across the river. Suddenly a constant splashing sound became in hearing range, and as it continued to get closer, I stood up trying to figure out what and where it was. I heard some heavy panting, and the splashing stopped as a figure of a man came floating up to the sand bar whe ...
Cammie pulls a young boy from the raging Mississippi River, but can she save him?
Maggie found love on the Mississippi River bank, but how long would she have it?
Maggie found love on the banks of the Mississippi River. Would the Civil War rip it away? … …
Today we did a cruise on the Natchez paddlesteamer on the Mississippi River, with a bit of jazz. Then wandered around the French Quarter and watched the end of the football match on TV. New Orleans Saints in overtime just lost to San Francisco 49ers.
The preacher man says it's the end of time, and the Mississippi River is goin dry
This is a dry cargo dock in the Mississippi River at the Port of Baton Rouge in Louisiana. I can't quit thinking of Julia. I wonder if it...
:) Memphis has a great Blues festival, and famous BBQ cookoff down by the Mississippi River. has a club too.
OUIJA board and HALLOWEEN -- a deadly combination. The Hardin farmhouse in southern Illinois near the university town of McAbee and the Reuter farmhouse near the Mississippi River in west central Illinois may not be haunted by ghosts in the traditional sense. Nor is the campus hotel on university property in northeast China. However, they are the sites of some deadly visitations by age-old entities that appear to be much more threatening than ghosts. The Ouija Board party in the Hardin farmhouse, which only two people out of the five people in attendance have so far survived, is where it started in DARK NEIGHBORHOODS. Dr. Harper Paget also encountered these creatures that have been enemies of his ancestors for centuries on the university campus — in the hotel where he was living while he taught there — in DARK CORRIDORS. The question is . . . what will happen at the Reuter farmhouse located in the Warrick Bottoms near the small town of Warrick where he and Corey Braedon grew up? Find that out in the D ...
How many UCI races West of the Mississippi river are there? And tell me that is not failing US...
360º on my walkabout @ the Mississippi River on this very breezy beautiful day!!
I am actually in Illinois near the Mississippi River. How about yourself? :D
Scary photos of East Saint Louis which is on the Illinois side of the Mississippi River:
The communities along the Mississippi River have welcomed Mr. B's Joybox Express into their schools, streets,...
How many miles does the Mississippi river stretch from Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico?
Fall Video of the Mississippi River from Lot 4 of Eagle Ridge.mp4: via
More things I miss when not in Riding a paddlewheeler on Mississippi River, checking out the plantations on River Road
51 in Perry Co reduced for bridge work over the Mississippi River on 11/3 thru 11/6 from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily.
The good news is AQ has some of the best HS football players east of the Mississippi River, bad news is they're too good to follow the rules
Beautiful maps of the Mississippi valley river traces (ping
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MT This mesmerizing map shows the Miss. River is moving across America
All lanes are now clear I-10 East on the Mississippi River Bridge. Congestion from this incident has reached past LA 1.
Mayors of Mississippi River cities push for sustainable waterfront projects
Just witnessed a condom floating down the Mississippi River. That's a once in a lifetime experience I think.
Wisconsin Highway 35 from Dubuque north to LaCrosse and then up to St. Croix Falls & the headwaters of the Mississippi River. Harley 2
This mesmerizing map shows the Mississippi River is slowly moving across America
we asked if they are East of the Mississippi River
they asked if we were west of the Mississippi river+
This map of the changing course of the Mississippi River is just gorgeous
I really hope it wasn't a mississippi river oyster
California Zephyr crosses Mississippi River on tracks built by Chicago Burlington & Quincy now
Crossing the Mississippi River. Hope the bridge doesn't give in cause I can't swim
They live in the USA, they live West of the Mississippi River, they sometimes have warm weather
Elegy I. This morning I went down the Mississippi . The river shimmered with color and glory. An eagle led my way,... http:/…
Wednesday's Winona Bridge boat tour on the Mississippi River is sold out thanks!
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Mississippi, which derives it’s name from the Mississippi River, which flows along its western boundary and comes...
I heard on the news it happened many times in Rock Island Co. IL, by the Mississippi River.
.bringing the Mississippi river to this crisp London day--well worth a listen. only on sound cloud not UK sp…
High tide on the Wolf River at the Henderson Ave bridge on Oct. 29 is at 3:15 a.m. Low tide is at 2:26 p.m. Range is 2 feet.
Workmen place the last part of the St Louis Gateway Arch on Oct. 28, 1965 [948 × 816] The Mississippi River is to…
The right lane is now open I-10 West on the Mississippi River Bridge, due to an earlier incident that has cleared. Congestion is minimal.
When the girl Infront of you armpit hair is longer than the Mississippi River. 😷
The 7000 rivers that feed into the Mississippi river! . /by
40 years of the ...past successes and future challenges for the Mississippi River. Via |
27 Oct 1795: US and Spain sign the Treaty of San Lorenzo, allowing the US to sail ships up the Mississippi River & into Spanish New Orleans
Letters to Ramon from Brendan Oman: "It still blows my mind that of all the people USC can make room for on their sideline, not one of them could kick a 44 yard field goal with a minute and half left in a tie game. Also of note, Bo Wallace has surpassed both Jameis Winston and Gus Malzahn as my most hated college football figure. Just throw the ball away, Bo. Throw it in the Mississippi River for all I care. Just throw it away. I could've taken control this week. I'm not sure I can handle the stress of being in contention for the first time in 8 years."
Louisiana History Timeline History Timeline of the Native Indians of Louisiana 10,000 B.C. Paleo-Indian Era (Stone Age culture) the earliest human inhabitants of America who lived in caves and were Nomadic hunters of large game including the Great Mammoth and giant bison. 1000 Mississippian Culture established. This was the last of the mound-building cultures of North America in Midwestern, Eastern, and Southeastern United States 100BC Organised farming in the Louisiana region began at this time with the cultivation of crops such as squash, sunflowers, beans and maize. 1519 Alvarez de Pindea explores the mouth of the Mississippi 1541 Hernando de Soto explores the Mississippi River 1682 Robert Cavalier, Sieur de la Salle claims the territory for King Louis XIV of France and names the area La Louisianne after the French King 1700's Chickasaw, Natchez and Yazoo warriors raiders attacked enemy tribes to capture slaves 1719 The first large importation of black slaves 1729 Following the Natchez Wars of 1716, 17 ...
"Rosie" Recorded by Alan Lomax (c.1947) "Neither SLAVERY nor involuntary servitude, except AS A PUNISHMENT FOR CRIME whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, SHALL EXIST WITHIN THE United States." ~ Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution "I had to face that here were the people that everyone else regarded as the dregs of society, dangerous human beings, brutalized and from them came the music which I thought was the finest thing I’d ever hear coming out of my country. These people were poetic and musical and they had something terribly important to say. These songs belong to the musical tradition which Africans brought to the New World, but they are also as American as the Mississippi River." ~ Alan Lomax This work chant was recorded at the Mississippi State Penitentiary (MSP), also known as Parchman Farm named for the plantation owners that originally owned the property. That sound you hear at regular intervals is not hand clapping. It is the sound of axes hitting tree-trunks. ...
It's almost as if St. Louis was a Mississippi River hub w/ ties to the Confederacy that retains Southern culture.
10 Things You May Not Know About Herbert Hoover - 1. He was the first president born west of the Mississippi River...
The SEC is Tim Wakefield and ESPN is Jason Varitek. Hey , we actually play football west of the Mississippi River.
The Northern Gentleman takes a stroll along the Mississippi River in St. Paul. Photo by Conner Evert |
"The St-Lawrence River is going to become a little Mississippi River"
"Did You Know" Department: Georgia is the largest state in acreage east of the Mississippi River
Just perfect. Randy Travis on radio as I cross Mississippi River into Tennessee I like it
PSA: If you live in the mid-south, the lower and mid Mississippi River valley areas, please stay safe. There's a line of severe storms
Moderate risk now extends east into Alabama with slight risk covering the entire state. Line of severe storms continues to march east across the Mississippi Valley and is approaching the Mississippi River. Tornado watches are in effect from Illinois to Louisiana. These watches will continue to be extended east through the afternoon and evening. We will also be watching for individual cells developing ahead of the main line. Damaging winds are the greatest threat for Alabama, but some tornadoes are possible as well.
Columbus did a lot more than just Discover the America's ...He opened the door to massive exploration of the Globe ...and the beginning of the Age of Discovery...when we celebrate Columbus day we celebrate the beginning of an Age, that because of him , we are here ! ...people like him too..Verrazano founder of New York and North American Exploration, Caboto , (father and son.). also North American explorers that sailed for England thus giving us the 13 colonies ,and Tonti founder of the source of the Mississippi River, Malespina explorer and map maker who mapped the American West Coast from California to Alaska and Americo Vespucci map maker and explorer who found and explored the Eastern US and South American coastal mainlland .who gave us the name America ! ELIMINATE. this Holiday is to spit at all Explorers...People of Honor that braved the unknown and furthered Humanity ! , ...and further more all of these men were Italian ..It is to spit on all of us Italian Americans !
There have been such moments of profound beauty that i weep...this week when i crossed the Mississippi River and an Orange Moon was coming up over the dark black rippling water. The windmills of Iowa as they turn to the wind. The mountains of Wyoming and the roadways through the Rocky Mountains into Utah where the mountains are various earthen colors with the trees turning to fall. Take my breathe away beautiful.
Shooting fish. Not in a barrel. Why? Becase Asian Carp are an invasive species and are destroying the Mississippi River ecosystem. This is simply a short glimpse into how infested the Delta area by itself has become with these vermin. Psh.sporting clays my *** !!
Search now in recovery phased for tugboat worker on Mississippi who fell overboard.
At any rate there's something in the Mississippi River and it's making real good football teams (however that science works).
I repeatedly cross the Rocky Mountains, The Continental Divide, The Mississippi River...this puts me closer to the destination of my campaign and i engage my self-righteous enemy and i cross my Rubicon.
Just went from Missouri, through Illinois to Kentucky in like 5 min. Over the Mississippi River and Ohio River.still awake and still alive
Frankie Ford was born in Gretna, Louisiana (across the Mississippi River from New Orleans), on August 4, 1939. His adoptive parents named him Francis Guzzo. He is nicknamed the "New Orleans Dynamo." Though he was good-looking enough to be considered a teen idol, Frankie Ford sang with as much grit as any of the Crescent City's most legendary Rhythm & Blues vocalists. His sole top forty hit was the million-selling "Sea Cruise," which hit on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1959. The pre-recorded backing track was by Huey "Piano" Smith & His Clowns. Ford still lives in Gretna and spends about 200 days a year on tour.
back waters of the Mississippi River Wisconsin side
More AJHA scenes on the Mississippi River cruise. Great conference in St. Paul.
A view of St. Paul from the stern of the AJHA paddle boat. Cruising the Mississippi River.
right by the Mississippi River in Illinois
Thank you to everyone for showering mommy with all the love and birthday wishes!! She actually had a pretty nice day!! She was able to spend time with Jordan, daddy and Papa, whose birthday is tomorrow. They went to Oktoberfest along the Mississippi river. Of course mommy also got to hang out with handsome Jack too!! He's doing a little better. His bilirubin went up a little because he got blood yesterday but we are praying that it goes down tomorrow just in time for Papa's birthday!! I was talking to mommy on the phone wishing her a happy birthday and Jack said "hi", he hasn't been talkative for a few days so that was so nice to hear!! Keep up the good work Jack!! Fight Jack Fight!!
Must be something in that Mississippi River water.
My *** runs deeper than the Mississippi River
Mississippi is the only place with a dirtier River than San Antonio
"This is the Mississippi River right?"..."Yeah it's gotta be."
Missing the Mississippi River. Wish I was in New Orleans.
"I'm used to the Mississippi River and if you jump in that joker you ain't coming back!" -shade Epes
Mississippi State should be the team in the country. . Check to see if the Mississippi River is frozen over.
Ostrica Locks, across the Mississippi River, the watchman house described in Ezekiel
Just crossed the Mississippi River for the first time in my life. I can check that off my bucket list.
A massive swarm of mayflies hatched and emerged from the Mississippi River last night. Yes, those are all flies.
In case you miss my good news. Did my 1st ever over the river 5 mile run over the old Mississippi bridge this morning came in @ 53:23.
Ole Miss & Miss. State are the nation's hottest teams which begs the question, "What IS in that Mississippi River?"
In three days, Ana traveled 146 miles down the Mississippi River in her kayak with 30 hours of paddling. The f
Someone needs to check the Mississippi River for P.E.D.s
Maps of the Mississippi River's various historical paths: /Found part of this long ago while doing research.
I think the Mississippi football mojo may be spreading down the river. Even is ahead of Fla. Next, SMU?
How do I find the temp of the water in the Mississippi River? Lovely day Farm Park!
Love the one who always keeps you laughing. @ Mississippi River, New Orleans
Crawford County still searching for missing boater in Mississippi River
Over three years, Harold Fisk chased down the ghosts of a river. The maps he made are amazing
Wen sum1 asks u to spell Mississippi and u say the river or the state, you deserve 2 get yo *** whopped
Ernst - States should regulate water and environment. Who regulates the Mississippi River just down the street?
Runnin by the Mississippi River always puts me in a better mood, even when my ankles and knee beg to differ.😭
I'm not saying he was stupid, but I asked him how to spell Mississippi and se said 'the river or the state?'
Running by the Mississippi River is the best stress reliever when studying for an exam...
One of Favre's favorite jokes apropos of this week: someone asks him how to spell Mississippi, he says "The state or the rive…
“I would swim across the Mississippi River with 85lb weights tied to my scrotum just to hear u ***
Standing at the peak of Mt. Mitchell, the highest mountain East of the Mississippi River
There seems to be a lot of white just West of the Mississippi River and n the deep South...
And thus ends the best day in Mississippi history since the discovery of the Mississippi River
October 1. History Parade 1811. The first steamboat to travel down the Mississippi River, the ''New Orleans, reaches its namesake city after a month long trip from Pittsburgh. 1836. John Borden opened the Texas General Land Office in Houston. As first commissioner of the land office, he had the task of compiling and preserving the many Spanish and Mexican land titles issued before Texas became a republic. Plus he also surveyed and registered new grants and did it by himself. 1885. Alfred Horatio Belo established the Dallas Morning News and directed the policy of its publication for 35 years. At his death, April 19, 1901, President Grover Cleveland paid tribute '' A loss to the entire country. 1890. Yosemite National Park is established. 1908. Henry Ford introduces the Model T automobile, priced at 850 dollars. 1910. Bonnie Parker, who joined with Clyde Barrow to form a famous outlaw gang, was born in Rowena, just a little north of San Angelo, Texas. She was raised in Dallas where she met Barrow. 1924. Jim ...
Sen Roy Blunt says Mississippi River barge traffic will become more important than at any point in the last 100 years
Interesting tidbits: 1811 – The first steamboat to sail the Mississippi River arrived in New Orleans, Louisiana. This was the first in a continuous line of river steamboats still in commercial passenger operation,. 1854 – The watch company founded in 1850 in Roxbury by Aaron Lufkin Dennison relocated to Waltham, Massachusetts, to become the Waltham Watch Company, a pioneer in the American system of watch manufacturing. 1880 – John Philip Sousa became leader of the United States Marine Band. 1880 – The first electric lamp factory was opened by Thomas Edison. 1908 – Ford put the Model T car on the market at a price of US$825. Today's birthday crew: 1896 – Ted Healy, American actor and comedian, chiefly remembered as the creator of The Three Stooges. 1940 - Richard Corben, American illustrator and comic book artist best known for his comics featured in Heavy Metal magazine. He is the winner of the 2009 Spectrum Grand Master Award. In 2012 he was elected to the The Will Eisner Award Hall of Fame. ...
Proposed port on Mississippi River may mean lots of new jobs for Lincoln Co.
Standing on the banks of the Mississippi River with What a great day!
The bowfin, commonly called dogfish in the Midwest, is truly a one of a kind fish. It is scientifically known as Amia calva, which is derived from the Greek, Amia meaning fish and calva meaning smooth. The common name of dogfish comes from their impressive set of very sharp conical teeth; much like a tyrannosaurus rex. The bowfin could logically be called a Jurassic Park fish. They are the sole survivor of a group of fish dating back 150 million years to the Jurassic Age when dinosaurs roamed the Earth. They are factually a living fossil. Bowfins are native to North America, common in the Eastern U.S. and southern Ontario and Quebec. They are found from the Mississippi River drainage east to the St. Lawrence River, south to the Gulf Coast, from east Texas to all of Florida. In the U.P., they can be found in the Menominee River, in Lake Huron off Cedarville, and the Lake Superior basin only in the St Louis and Middle Rivers in Wisconsin. We are at the northern limit of its range. However, many LP lakes hav ...
ATTENTION SUMNER BULLDOGS WORLDWIDE.(READ POST) Dear Supporter: The Charles Sumner High School has been around since 1875 and has been iconic in the St. Louis community for over 140 years. Historically, Sumner is the first African American high school west of the Mississippi River. Sumner has produced a plethora of local and national leaders in nearly every field of endeavor. Including legendary singers CHUCK BERRY AND TINA TURNER. TENNIS LEGEND ARTHUR ASHE, COMEDIAN AND SOCIAL ACTIVIST *** GREGORY, OPERA DIVA GRACE BUMBRY, PLUS 32 TUSKEGEE AIRMEN. Sumner’s strength has endured partly due to their Alumni Association, with thousands of members, both locally and worldwide. Perhaps you may be unaware that over the past years, Sumner’s enrollment has declined dramatically. Plus, It’s recent academic record has placed Sumner in the category of a “low-performing” school. These are two major contributing factors towards Sumner’s decline. (enrollment and low performing) - Sumner’s historical and le ...
Trying to stomach NCIS New Orleans. I always eat andouille sausage with remoulade sauce, plus I go for a run on the West Bank underneath the Mississippi River Bridge when I live in the lower garden district. I've always liked Scott Bakula, but that Texas, Mississippi, Wisconsin accent just doesn't sound like a local. I hope it's successful for New Orleans sake, but just bloody painful.
Have been invited to participate in a gratitude challenge for 7 days. Today is my first day, here goes. 1) I am grateful for my husband, Rich. 2). I am grateful for my smart, handsome, funny Son, Daniel. The day he was born was the happiest day of my life. Second happiest day: when I caught Keith Richards guitar pic at a Rolling Stones concert. 3). I am grateful for the blind date, on a Mississippi River boat, those many years ago that brought Rich and I together.
On this day in 1806, famous explorers Lewis and Clark returned for their expedition up the Mississippi River.
Amazing sunset view over the Mississippi River via the rooftop of the historic Peabody Hotel. Gr8 food, live blues--CRS Memphis has begun!
Houseboat on Mississippi River anchored near Smith Ave bridge clueless as massive trio of barges approaches.
- Mississippi River mayors announce new development fund
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Mississippi River mayors announce new development fund -- makes first contribution
Today in 1831, Lincoln and friend Denton Offutt are on a flatboat journey on Mississippi River to New Orleans, starting in Sangamon, IL.
Please go and vote for the Stan Musial bridge over the Mississippi River as the nation's top transportation project
West of the Mississippi River, and not the Blaze, Emeralds, Aquasox, River Cats and Hops. Less historical detail, the better.
Sure thing, Should we meet halfway to exchange, somewhere just west of the Mississippi River?
On college campuses, fall means the return of students for a new academic year, and also the return of the rankings of colleges and universities in national publications. California State University’s Maritime Academy received high grades for the third consecutive year from U.S. News and World Report’s annual college rankings, released today. Cal Maritime is ranked the number one best public college in the western region, which covers all states west of the Mississippi River.
Let's just get to a daily thought I comprehend 4outta7 days of the week? Nephlium/Giants of Ancient times ago? Who were they? Where they from? How'd they get here? Where'd they live? Were they smart? Have they all died off? Who's older Man or Nephlium? How big were they? So so so many questions I've asked and looked for answers. Are the answers I've come across the holy grail of truths? No, I'am not a 33rd degree Freemason Prince Holder of the Sacred Secret!! Lol No that at this middle aged balding Hoosier!! All I like to think is this, I've been so graciously to be born in the Middle of America!! Were artifacts date back 10,000 years old. Persian, Greek, Roman, Native Americans! Oh an Asian decent somehow someway made it up the Mississippi River to the Ohio to the Great Lakes! Or thru the Great Lakes expanding eastwardly until it hits the now city of Canada Quebec and entering the Atlantic Ocean. Oh I'm telling stories cause we all were told. Columbus sailed the open blue in 1492!! Well if that's your ** ...
When flying in from the south, ways to tell you're approaching STL: 1) the Mississippi River; 2) a Brown & Crouppen billboard ad.
In my 50th year of life I; celebrated 20 years with my wife, had bariatric surgery, lost over 125 lbs, watched my son turn 18, graduate high school and start college. Visited my birthplace, the towns where I grew up and went to college along with relatives in all those places. Saw the St Louis arch, the Mississippi River, the Liberty Bell, Times Square and the Baseball Hall of Fame. Visited 7 major league ballparks and met Pete Rose. Traveled over 4, 400 miles through 18 states in two weeks, grew a beard and came home to my best girl, who waited for me. What a year!! I’m not sure my 51st year could ever match up but I look forward to what it brings.
Hubs: Name me some rivers. 12yo: Mississippi River, Niger, Congo-. Me: River Phoenix. 12: . Hubs:. YES OK she's the smart on…
Love N'awlins---this is Jackson square from Cafe Du Monde side of Decatur Street, which is the Mississippi river side of Jackson Square. I was in The Big Easy a couple of Days ago---whenever I can think up an excuse to go there, I love to go, which is usually several times a year.
Alexis has her feet in where the Mississippi River begins! Behind her is Lake Itasca. 08/27/2014
hot *** is probably the best song both sides of the Mississippi River
that massive river is called the Mississippi River
"it's got a massive river going through it" MISSISSIPPI RIVER HYFR
Former Marine coping with post-traumatic stress disorder finds solace in paddling length of Mississippi River.
I was at the Mississippi River 2day and I said M I SS I SS I PP I like 10 times
Memphis| A group of volunteers cleaning up the shores of the Mississippi river near the biggest city in Tennessee, have stumbled upon the remains of an ancient boat encrusted in mud. A team of archeologists from the University of Memphis that was rapidly called to the site, confirmed that the ship i…
If sweat was gold id be the richest man west of the Mississippi River
We've returned from taking to college at Univ of Minn. She has a great dorm view of the Mississippi River.
Nothing better than a run along the Mississippi River on a beautiful day!
The Mississippi River is a little low this afternoon. I guess that makes it better for the people in kayaks to ride down the river! I'm also a little confused, this is a offshore tug WHY am I 40 miles northwest of Baton Rouge, La?
Traveling Iowa this Labor Day weekend. Saturday I'm going to Lucas for the John L. Lewis Labor Festival on Saturday, then to Davenport for an event State Representative Ako Abdul-Samad is having on the Mississippi River in Davenport. On Sunday I'll be in Clinton for the Labor Congress picnic at Eagle Point Park Lodge. On Labor Day I'll be in Sioux City for the Northwest Iowa Labor Council picnic in Riverside Park. Fired up with 69 days to go...and remember to buckle up, don't text while driving!
Tubing is perfectly legal on the Mississippi River, however it is probably not a good idea.
lmaoo take ya *** right to the Mississippi River and baptize you 😭😭😭😭
It's the Mississippi River an this may be unique in U.S. geography.
Ive crossed the Mississippi River, outta Arkansas and into Tennessee, and I got Dunkin Donuts. Having a great time!
GlobalVacation Weekend Trips from St. Louis: Whether you live in the big city on the Mississippi River or you'...
Steamboats in the Mississippi river, 1907. Colorized by me!.
.NOLA Motorsports Park is permanent road course south of Mississippi River. About 20 min from downtown. I've not been there.
General Eisenhower used a bottle of Mississippi river water to christen the "General Ike". http…
The Mississippi River on the way to South Bend
Gah. My school is 50 yards away from the Mississippi River. That is some decent scenery when you have basically turned off your teacher.
It's perfect weather today, not hot or cold just right for a walk and a drive down the Mississippi River :)
Lane closures at night planned for 1-10 Mississippi River Bridge for next 18 months. To start in September. May be 8 p.m. To 5 a.m.
Just a leopard frog chillin by the Mississippi River dyk a group of frogs is called an army?
Monday through Thursday, I have to drive over the Mississippi River to get to my classes. And on the weekend I find myself --
Enjoy a fabulous dinner while cruising up the mighty Mississippi River with Here:
THIS THURSDAY! The science of the Miss River, and a chat on invasive fish with UofM Prof. Bajer 7pm 8/28 @ StAntMain!
Just went over the Mississippi River, which was pretty cool
as promised opatsos but i couldnt find da pic of us doin on the Mississippi River so this…
Sunrise along the Mississippi River this morning.
Next up for me is the mighty Mississippi River in La Crosse, Wisconsin for the final Rayovac Central event of the...
Fun Fact of the Day: The first bridge to cross the Mississippi River was placed where Hennepin Avenue Bridge is now. However, you can...
maybe we should admit we are not stronger than the Mississippi river
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers installs new concrete stabilization mats on Mississippi River bank at New Orleans-Jeffe…
Man pauses kayak trip down Mississippi River after boat tampered with in Iowa
If we sign-up to TTIP, we may as well be part of the US. This Government is selling us down the river. The Mississippi! Stop
South Bend man pauses kayak trip down Mississippi River
River people, how do you feel about being explored by art students?. Art students take to Mississippi River to explore its people - KPLC...
Lincoln wrote "The Father of Waters again goes unvexed to the sea" when commenting about the capture of the Mississippi River in Civil War.
The Battle of Fallen Timbers (August 20, 1794) was the final battle of the Northwest Indian War, a struggle between American Indian tribes affiliated with the Western Confederacy, including minor support from the British, against the United States for control of the Northwest Territory (an area bounded on the south by the Ohio River, on the west by the Mississippi River, and on the northeast by the Great Lakes). The battle, which was a decisive victory for the United States, ended major hostilities in the region until Tecumseh's War and the Battle of Tippecanoe in 1811 The Ohio River boundary line established with Britain by the Treaty of Fort Stanwix in 1768 recognized certain lands as belonging to the Native American nations. After the American Revolution, however, the United States maintained that the Indian nations no longer owned the lands in the Ohio area, citing an article in the Treaty of Paris of 1783 in which Britain agreed to cede the lands owned by indigenous nations. Native Americans rejected ...
VIDEO: A pair of art students from California are floating down the Mississippi River in a Huck Finn-like raft...
Seattle’s Smith Tower, finished in 1914, was the tallest building west of the Mississippi River. Still Towering!
Memphis was named by American Heritage Magazine as the Great American Place for 1998. Memphis is the Pork Barbecue Capital of the World. Memphis' Official City flower is a shrub, the crepe myrtle. Memphis' Official City tree is the dogwood. Memphis is the home of the first Greyhound and Continental Trailways bus lines. Memphis is home to FedEx, the world's largest overnight package delivery company. It was created by Memphian Fred Smith in 1973. Memphis is the busiest cargo airport in the world - because of FedEx. Memphis is home to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, founded in 1962, by entertainer Danny Thomas. St. Jude is one of the world's premier centers for research and treatment of catastrophic diseases in children. Peter Doherty, Ph.D., chairman of the hospital's immunology department was awarded the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1996. Memphis is home to one of the busiest cement terminals in the country, which is located at the foot of the Interstate 240 bridge across the Mississippi River. The ...
Kayaking and paddleboarding the Mississippi River south of St. Cloud.
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Remains of Viking ship (990-1050 AD) found on Mississippi River near Memphis, Tennessee:
Thinking of Huckleberry Finn while crossing the Mississippi River, but listening to the Pride and…
A good example of the damage done to the Gulf by corporate entities includes the Mississippi River delta’s...
The Gateway Arch overlooking the Mississippi River! It was an amazing experience going up in this…
Meet Henry Dee & Charles Moore. Abducted by the Klan on 5-2-1964, their bodies were found in the Mississippi River.
The Mississippi River threads through Jaime Thibodeaux's life much as it does through the American Midwest. Photo: Matthew
We had a great time at the Opening Reception of the MPI World Education Congress down on the Mississippi river at Mill City. It took 6 truckloads and a very dedicated team 3 days to set all the decor. Thank you to our amazing crew!
I HAVE SEVERAL ARTICLES THAT CAME OUT OF THE PUBLICATION FROM THE KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF CLARK COUNTY - I'll post more in the future/. The Story of Henry Mull, Sr. [from “Notes on Early Clark County, Kansas. By the Clark County Chapter of the Kansas State Historical Society; Volume I; Number 1; July 1939 – August 1940.] One of the early Clark County pioneers was Henry Mull, who came to Kansas in 1884 from Missouri, making the trip with his wife and four sons, John, Will, Alvin and Frank. The trip was made in two covered wagons and one buggy followed by the very necessary milk cow. The winter of 1884 was spent in Harper County Kansas, where Mr. Mull traded one of his teams for land. In the spring of 1885 the trek was continued and the family arrived in Clark County in June. Mrs. Mull’s health improved so rapidly that Mr. Mull sent word back to Missouri that they were establishing themselves permanently in Clark County and to sell his holdings there. Mrs. Mull’s health however, did no .. ...
Photo shoots with this one are fun @ Stone Arch Bridge, Mississippi River
The battle between two cities across the Mississippi River has been settled for yet another year.
WQAD: Body of Dubuque man pulled from Mississippi River in Southern Wisconsin
Finally found internet in the middle of the Mississippi River! Such a great week but so ready to be home 🇺🇸
I'm in the Mississippi River ... I can talk to you now lol
Super Amazing Kayak Adventure! Epic seventeen and a half miles on the Mississippi River - from Boom Island in Minneapolis to downtown St. Paul. We went through three locks, we boated up drains, and we ruled the
Great Wedding today, outside at a country club, wedding site backdrop was the Mississippi River... one thing was a bit odd...but in a good way... there was NO WEDDING CAKE, that I saw anyway, but at everyones tablesetting was a Cupcake arrangement... not just a cupcake.. it was Displayed in a Goblet, it was really kinda nice... nice wedding too... the couple went to school together since kindergarden, started dating in the 10th/11th grade ... both graduated from college last year and this year today, they got married...oh and they both have the same birthday day kinda fun to see them growing together these past 8 years :)
A friend gave me this point and claimed he found it on a gravel bar on the Mississippi River. Is it possible for a point to actually be tumbled so much that it loses almost all of its defining characteristic flake marks? Definitely flint, definitely knapped, but has been very smoothed out across the entire surface... not intentionally ground down by human hands though. Thoughts?
Thank you for all the Birthday wishes. Had fun with Cody and Emma fishing on the Mississippi River. Then went out for Chinese. Then went to Lansing IA to watch the fireworks, it was their fishdays.
The Mississippi River won't carry me to you, but I know the Tennessee will.
of any territory west of the river Mississippi will be advantageous,
Ladies and Gentlemen of the football world and the T.I.G.L. "BEASTM-O-D-E! is about be unleashed in the T.I.G.L. of 2015 year. " Grab the wives and hide the kid" Making their way from the outside to the indoor arena venue is the, "LEWISVILLE SAVAGE!" As we annouce a few at a time we want everyone to get used to the players and ballers from that dormant city of Lewisville Texas. "Resistance is FUTILE!" and we shall "Release the ...SAVAGE!" The most jacked player this side of the Mississippi river...the shut down corner on any SAVAGE team ever asssembled and in ANY League fathomed by the word SEMI-PRO! I give you "Mr Automatic!" our very own "Prime Time!" Mr UNO! the one and only La'Shadion Anthony! Height 6'0" Weight 190lbs Position CB/WR/QB/FS
Me and Miss Cindy Jagoda representing Imperial Beach here at Me and Billy a bar with great food on banks of The mighty mighty Mississippi river in Davenport Iowa
Drove through three watersheds today: Great Lakes, Mississippi River, and Chesapeake Bay. That covers most of it.
didnt know the Mississppi River went up the whole country. She thought it was only in Mississippi.
Bull sharks can and do live in the Mississippi River. They have been caught north of St Louis. They must breed in salt water.
If I'm not out of Louisiana by this time next year I'm definitely going to dive head first into the Mississippi River
The exact moment I realized how massive the Mississippi River actually is. 🚣
Map of ancient courses of the Mississippi River | Web Odysseum via
Mississippi River continues its rise to flood stage - The...
Untitled by Tom Miller on Capture Minnesota // View of the Mississippi River and some lovely crepusc
Two children taken to the hospital after Channel Cat crashes on Mississippi River
Drowning victim on the Mississippi River north of Dubuque has been identified.
"Lost" veteran finds inspiration paddling the entire Mississippi River
Authorities say a person has drowned the Mississippi River near Finley's Landing north of Dubuque.
Use your imagination on this gorgeous pic! Beautiful night on the Mississippi River!
I can probably pee the Mississippi River rn
Seeing the Mississippi River & downtown lights lets me know I'm home 😍
Taking over the Mississippi River with my boys
Good red, pretty good flavor. Wine from Park Farm via
"Lost" veteran finds inspiration paddling the entire M
Mississippi River Rising as Plains Face Severe Storms - Round after round of thunderstorm complexes have not only...
The St Louis Arch and Mississippi River viewed from our room, with Marjorie
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