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084 - Along the Mississippi (Print)
Photograph America Newsletter on Along the Mississippi
 
From the source of the Mississippi in northern Minnesota, I traveled south, photographing wildlife refuges, small villages, rural scenes, and locations unique to this slice of the Midwest. Flowing from Lake Itasca, the stream is narrow enough to jump across. It is soon joined by many other rivers and becomes several miles wide in places. I photographed the river from the heart of large cities and from the riverbanks of backwater bayous. I made many side trips to discover the best places for landscape, wildlife, and nature photography. This exploration ends at the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri.
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Updated - April 2014
Starting at the source of the Mississippi in northern Minnesota, I traveled south, photographing wildlife refuges, small villages, rural scenes, and locations unique to this slice of the Midwest. Discover the best places along the river from the heart of large cities and from the riverbanks of backwater bayous, all the way to St. Louis.
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Locations
  • Bemidji, "The First City on the Mississippi"
  • Big Bog Lake
  • Bowlus
  • Cannon Falls
  • Charles A. Lindbergh birthplace
  • Chippawa River
  • Clarence Cannon National Wildlife Refuge
  • Green Island Refuge
  • Great River Road
  • Hastings, Minnesota
  • Itasca Lake
  • Itasca State Park
  • Jacob V. Brower Visitor Center
  • Lake Bemidji State Park
  • Lake Pepin
  • Lake Winnibigoshish
  • Maiden Rock
  • Mississippi River Visitor Center
  • New Albin
  • Palisade, Minnesota
  • Pike Island
  • Pike's Peak State Park
  • Richard J. Dorer Memorial Hardwood State Forest
  • Stone Arch Bridge
  • St. Anthony Falls
  • Ted Shanks Wildlife Area
  • Tiffany Wildlife Area
  • Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge
  • Wabasha, Minnesota
  • Weaver, Minnesota