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Sources of the Mississippi
- Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe, 1793-1864
- London : published for the Journal of the Royal Geographical Society, by J. Murray, Albemarle Street, 1834.
- Shows lakes, rivers, islands, and portages. Includes information on Lake Itasca and the geology of the area. Chippewa Indian village on shore of Leech Lake is located. Ultimate point reached by Govr. [Lewis] Cass in 1820 is shown. From: The Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London. Vol. 4 (1834), pp. 239-54; held in Firestone Library. Call number: G7 .J687 v. 4 1834. "Itasca Lake - the source of the Mississippi - lenghth from the Gulf of Mexico 3 160 miles - elevation 1500 ft - reached on the 13th July 1832."
- Mississippi River
- Mississippi River—Discovery and exploration—Maps, Mississippi River—Sources, Itasca, Lake, Region (Minn.)—Discovery and exploration, Mississippi River—Maps, Itasca, Lake (Minn.)—Maps, and Thematic maps
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- G4042.M5P53 1834 .R6
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