Streams and Rivers of Minnesota.

Everyone who canoes, fishes, and enjoys Minnesota?s waterways will find this an indispensable guide.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Waters, Thomas F.
Format: eBook
Published: Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, 1973.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Contents; Introduction-The Magic of Flowing Waters; Chapter 1. The Nemadji Basin-Rivers in Red Clay; Chapter 2. The St. Louis-River of Glaciers; Chapter 3. The North Shore Streams-A Crown of Waterfalls; Chapter 4. Rainy River-The Border Trail; Chapter 5. Big Fork-Little Fork-Wild Waters North; Chapter 6. The Red River Valley-Legacy of Glacial Lake Agassiz; Chapter 7. The St. Croix-Wild River to a Nation; Chapter 8. The Snake and Kettle-White Pine and White Water; Chapter 9. The Pine County Creeks-Of Trout Streams and Timberdoodles; Chapter 10. The Rum-River of Good Spirits.
  • Chapter 11. The Crow Wing-Oxcart to CanoeChapter 12. The Mississippi-I. The North Woods; Chapter 13. The Mississippi-II. GREAT River; Chapter 14. The Southeast-Rivers of the Driftless Area; Chapter 15. The Upper Iowa and Cedar-Outlets to Iowa; Chapter 16. The Blue Earth-Fool's Copper; Chapter 17. The Southwest-Rivers of the Coteau des Prairies; Chapter 18. The Minnesota-Corridor West; Minnesota's Streams-A Call for Stewardship; Bibli.