Headwaters of the Mississippi; comprising biographical sketches of early and recent explorers of the great river, and a full account of the discovery and location of its true source in a lake beyond Itasca.
Chicago & New York: Rand McNally & Co., 1897. 8vo, pp. 527, ; 54 full-page illusrations, a very good, sound copy in original brown cloth decorated in silver and gilt. Glazier, president of the American Geographical Society, found one lake past Itasca which he humbly named Lake Glazier, and claimed as the true source of the Mississippi. Not! Item #62203
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