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Life on the Mississippi

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Life on the Mississippi is Mark Twain's memoir as a steamboat pilot on the Mississippi River. He also made a round trip with James Osgood in April and May of 1882, boating on the Mississippi from St Louis to New Orleans. - AsNotedIn




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  • Mississippi River, "Old Times on the Mississippi" describes Samuel Clemens apprentices as a "cub" to a riverboat pilot on the Mississippi in the 1850s.

Timeline

Y/M/D Association Description Place Locale Food Event
1876/00/00 Mark Twain Author "Old Times on the Mississippi" is published. Mark Twain describes his apprentices as a "cub" as a Mississippi riverboat pilot.
1882/04/00 James R Osgood Publisher Mark Twain and James Osgood take a riverboat trip on the Mississippi River to research Life on the Mississippi.
1883/00/00 Mark Twain Author Incorporating "Old Times on the Mississippi", "Life on the Mississippi" is published in the United States and Great Britain. It was first typewritten manuscript submitted to a publisher.
1883/00/00 James R Osgood and Company Publisher Incorporating "Old Times on the Mississippi", "Life on the Mississippi" is published in the United States and Great Britain. It was first typewritten manuscript submitted to a publisher.

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Particulars for Life on the Mississippi:
Art Type Book
Narrative Arts Factual
Narrative Arts Memoir
Boat Attribute Steamboat
Writing Type Travelogue

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Original Language: English



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