Steamboat and Steam Power Titles

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2010 Autobiography of Mark Twain, Vol. 1
New anniversary edition by University of California Press.

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Ways Packet Directory 1848-1994

"Contains some 6,000 entries describing passenger steamboats by rig, class, engines, boilers, where and when built, and historical information, organized alphabetically by ship name. Includes black and white photos."
-- Booknews, Inc. highly recommends this book. This is the bible of steamboat history for the Mississippi River system 1848-1994. If you want answers to your steamboat history questions, this is the primary source. Mississippi River system only.

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More Fred Way resources now online:
Capt. Fred Way Collection View steamboat photos from the collection donated to the Cincinnati Library by Fred Way and the Sons & Daughters of Pioneer Rivermen in the 1950s. Recently digitized and put online. A great resource.


Voices on the River, by Dennis Brown
One journalist's interviews with fellow passengers over the course of twenty-two days on the Delta Queen Steamboat.

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The Streckfus Riverboat Dynasty: Jazz and the Big Smoke Canoe
by Arthur L. Smith.
"A thrilling story of the days of excursion riverboat glory on the great Mississippi and Ohio rivers."

culinary steamboat history

The first book to reveal the secrets of steamboat cooking! The much awaited book, Delta Queen: A Culinary History 1927-2008, by Cynthia LeJeune Nobles, foreword by Captain Clarke C. "Doc" Hawley.
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Full Steam Ahead: Reflections on the Impact of the First Steamboat on the Ohio River, 1811-2011
by Rita Kohn, editor
This book celebrates the epic voyage of the steamboat New Orleans, which departed Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in October 1811.

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Voyages, the Age of Sail: Documents in American Maritime History, Volume I, 1492-1865 (Paperback) by Joshua M. Smith (Editor) Click here to see the book at


Voyages, the Age of Engines: Documents in American Maritime History, Volume II, 1865-Present (New Perspectives on Maritime History and Nautical Archaeology), by Joshua M. Smith (Editor) Click here to see the book at


The Steamer Admiral
by Annie Amantea Blum
Photos and history.
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The book above has more pictures while the blue book is more definitive with some pictures and more historical text.


The Steamer Admiral and Streckfus Steamers, A Personal View
by Annie Amantea Blum
This book has fewer photos, but a more comprehensive history of the Admiral, and includes history of the Streckfus family.
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Buy directly from the author for a discount on these books - $15 each plus $3 each for shipping. Send cash, check, or money order to: Annie Blum, 6239 Westway Pl., St. Louis, MO 63109. For more information. For more information email Annie at barley.blum @


Men of the Inland Rivers: Interviews from the Age of Steamboats, Packets and Towboats
by John Knoepfle
cover by Megan Ryan, using photos from!

Amazon review: In the 1950s John Knoepfle set about interviewing some seventy workers who had spent their lives on steamboats, packets and towboats. They were captains, pilots, boat owners, show boaters, night watchmen, mates, roustabouts, lock masters, packet cooks, among others. As told in their own words, this is the true story of steamboating.

Old Times on the Upper Mississippi Recollections of a Steamboat Pilot from 1854 to 1863 (Fesler-Lampert Minnesota Heritage Book Series), by George Byron Merrick. Read book review at this site: click here.

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A-Rafting on the Mississip' (Fesler-Lampert Minnesota Heritage Book Series), by Charles Edward Russell

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Fire Canoe: Prairie Steamboat Days Revisited
by Theodore Barris

Steamboat days in the western Canadian frontier of the 1800s.


When Steamboats Reigned in Florida, by Bob Bass, University Press of Florida (Sept. 2008)

In When Steamboats Reigned in Florida, Bob Bass explores the impact of these vessels along with the stories of those who ran or established the steamboat routes along most of the major rivers in Florida - the Kissimmee, St. Johns, Ocklawaha, Suwannee, Apalachicola, and Caloosahatchee - as well as Lake Okeechobee and Ft. Myers. Through past historical accounts and his own family's personal experiences, Bass sheds new light on Florida's steamboat saga.


The Material Culture of Steamboat Passengers: Archaeological Evidence from the Missouri River
The Springer Series in Underwater Archaeology
by Annalies Corbin


This data base on Missouri steamboats is an impressive piece of research and should prove invaluable to those doing research on the Missouri river trade. The writing style of the author allows easy and quick reading of this book. . . . historic archaeologists will find the artifact descriptions and figures useful. . . . this work will often be cited in the future by archaeologists working on mid-nineteenth century sites.
- North American Archaeologist

Anyone interested in frontier society will find this to be a very useful volume. It helps explain the development of the Missouri River route that was vital to western Iowa and other portions of the Midwest.
- The Annals of Iowa


Second Age: A Recall of Things Gone By and a Bit of Now
by Carl A. Franson

In an email to on August 23, 2008: "My dad was raised in Fridley, Minnesota and attended the School of Agriculture at the University of Minnesota. One winter he and friends built what they called a floating house (a houseboat) where they planned to live while completing college, but two of them, my dad and poet friend Clarence Jonk, floated down the Mississippi instead." Editor's Note: Read full letter click here.
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Hell Gate of the Mississippi, the Effie Afton Trial and Abraham Lincoln's Role in It
by Larry A. Riney
For fifteen days in September, 1857, the attention of both the United States and Europe turned to a rundown Chicago courtroom. The steamboat Effie Afton had crashed into a pier of the first railroad bridge thrown across the Mississippi River at Rock Island, Illinois. The controversial lawsuit that followed promised to change the economy and the social fabric of the vast Mississippi River Valley. Some of the sharpest legal minds practicing in what was called at that time the Far West tried the test case. One of those lawyers was Abraham Lincoln. Hell Gate of the Mississippi puts you in the jury box for an up-close, firsthand look at this highly charged trial.
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Chesapeake Bay Steamers
by Chris Dickon

The Chesapeake Bay Passenger Steamers operated for just two months short of 150 years on beautiful waters and rivers between Baltimore, Washington and Norfolk. Some of them fought in the Civil War, and World Wars I and II. They took millions to seaside resorts and amusement parks. Read their story, accompanied by more than 200 photographs, in a new book from Arcadia Publishing.

Also: Alexander Cassatt created the Hudson River Tubes and Pennsylvania Station in the early 1900s. But long before that he had put together the nation's most audacious float railroad, still in operation after 120 years. See a new history of Virginia's Eastern Shore Railroad published by Arcadia.
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Book Description: Since English settlers first touched the shore of the new country in 1607, the Chesapeake Bay has been a multifaceted engine of American history and commerce. The body of inland tidal water between the largest bay cities, Norfolk and Baltimore, was large enough to be the setting of adventure and close enough to allow smaller towns and cities to grow up on its shores. The common community came to life with the technologies of steamboats that could cover the long distances between North and South relatively quickly. Steamers filled in the nooks and crannies of the bay's geography, and by the mid-19th century, the skies over the bay were lined with dark, waterborne contrails in all directions.


Mississippi This book is derived from journals kept by Allan and Dianne Roden as they paddled down the entire Mississippi River in their home-made, cedar-strip canoe. Accompanied by their Australian Cattle Dog, Annie, they started at the source of the Mississippi at Lake Itasca in northern Minnesota where the river is a small stream. Most of the way they camped in a tent on the banks of the river, as they followed it 2,500 miles all the way to New Orleans. They experienced many adventures, like getting lost in a large swamp, battling 4-foot waves on a huge lake, getting stuck on wing dams, and dodging barges. They also saw an abundance of wildlife and met many interesting people that represented a cross-section of the United States. It was an opportunity to reconnect with each other and rediscover their inner selves.

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Children's Picture Books


Chippiepierre's Magic Paintbrush Tail: A Steamboat Adventure, by Barbara Dietz, a tale of feline friendship, cooperation and adventure on the Chesapeake Bay. This book is richly illustrated with thirty pen and ink drawings by artist George Frayne. Visit the author's website:


Ste-e-e-e-eamboat A-Comin'!
by Jill Esbaum, illustrations by Adam Rex. See an article about it at this site: click here. Go to the publisher, Farrar, Straus and Giroux: click here.

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The Nightingale Moon, by Nicholas Sweedo. A novel set in the 1800s following the Civil War. Two boys enter a Hearts tournament on a Mississippi River steamboat and cross paths with Wild Bill Hickok and Mark Twain.


A new book on the history of the invention of the steamboat Steam: The Untold Story of America's First Great Invention by Andrea Sutcliffe


The Mississippi: and the Making of a Nation
by Stephen E. Ambrose (Author), Douglas Brinkley (Author), Sam Abell (Photographer)


A Fashionable Tour Through the Great Lakes and Upper Mississippi: The 1852 Journal of Juliette Starr Dana
(Great Lakes Books), by David T., III Dana, Brain Leigh Dunnigan

David T. Dana sends this description:

"This is the daily journal written by my great-great-grandmother Juliette Starr Dana of her summer trip on the Great Lakes and Mississippi River in 1852. She traveled on 22 different lake and river steamboats describing the people she met, fellow passengers and crew, and her adventures on the lakes and rivers from Chicago to St. Paul to St. Louis to Cincinnati. It has been called the best and most detailed description of extended travel in the US in the ante-bellum period."

Thrills of the Historic Ohio River

by Frank Y. Grayson

By popular demand, Thrills of the Historic Ohio River by Frank Grayson was published in book form in 1929 after having first appeared as a series of daily river columns in the Cincinnati Times-Star. Long considered a classic, first editions are highly sought for its invaluable information on early river transportation and steamboating history. Although Grayson honored the Ohio in the title, he freely interwove historical fact and first-hand accounts about the entire Ohio/Mississippi river system. Included are anecdotes about many of the river towns, both small and large, as well as sketches of several of the colorful characters who contributed to the diversity of river life. The words to several roustabout chanteys round out the bill of fare.

This treasured volume is guaranteed to help keep the history of America's inland waterways alive through this newly revised edition. Originally printed in paperback, Grayson's well-known "red book" has been faithfully reproduced in every detail, including the beautiful cover art and all photographs. Three separate indices identify general subject matter, boat lines, and a separate vessel index listing nearly 500 vessels, enabling the information to be readily accessible for further study.

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For wood and water: Steamboating on the Missouri River from Saint Louis to Fort Union, Dakota Territory 1841-1846: a collection of journals by Joseph Aime Sire

This is a rare out of print edition, but Amazon will search for it if you place an order. One of our visitors comments:

"I found a lot of interesting items in the pilots' logs . . . interested in the comments about the steamboats going aground, especially in/around the KC-Omaha stretch of the river. My father worked on the river near ST Joe during the depression years, and he always maintained that while the MO River was wide, it was not very deep. He often told people that he could walk across the river w/o swimming, but this was of course, before the dredging projects and the many dams and flow controls were in place. (he would also have had to try to avoid the swifter channels. (:-) )"


Come Hell or High Water: A Lively History of Steamboating on the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers
by Mike Gillespie

Amazon review by Pat Middleton, River Author ( from Stoddard, WI United States "Come Hell or High Water" is a delightful and informative anthology of accounts from steamboat passengers, crews and newspapermen from the 19th century. Gillespie explores all aspects of steamboat travel from the development and construction of the vessels to the personal accounts of steamboat races, accidents and the pleasures of steamboating on the Western Rivers. Read more about the book here. Click here to buy it now.


Wild River, Wooden Boats
by Mike Gillespie

Amazon review: The fascinating true story of steamboating on the Missouri River. Not the river we know today, but a wild river as recalled by the crewmen and passengers who traveled it in the nineteenth century and recorded their stories in memoirs, diary and journal entries. The stories contain long-forgotten accounts of steamboat navigation and operations, vivid descriptions of the river, the crewmen and passengers, and tales of disaster and unexpected peril. Click here to buy it now.


One Man and the Mighty Mississippi: A Sixty-Year Adventure on the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers
by Captain Norman Hillman

Captain Hillman records his 60-year adventure piloting riverboats on the Ohio, Mississippi and most other major rivers. Captain Hillman started with paddlewheeled towboats and ended his career on the paddlewheelers of the Delta Queen Steamboat Co.

"From 1936, when I was hired right out of high school as a deckhand on the towboat Robert R, until I retired in 1996, I traveled the waters of the entire Mississippi River, the beautiful Ohio, the Cumberland, Tennessee, Illinois, Illinois Waterway and the now-abandoned Hennepin Canal. The first boats were steam-driven and coal-fired; later vessels were diesel-powered. Much of my career was spent on towboats, but before I retired I was fortunate enough to work on the American Queen and other big excursion boats." - Captain Norman Hillman

"On the Upper Mississippi River at certain times of the year we have a hatch of mayflies. They hatch by the millions, don't eat anything, just mate and die. They are foul-smelling and make a mess on the boats and around streetlights in the towns. I saw the city crew at Clarksville, Missouri, dump truckloads of them into the river. Twice I've seen highway crews at La Crosse, Wisconsin, plowing mayflies off the highway bridge with snowplows. In 1949 a semi-truck jackknifed in the slippery mess, while a passenger on the Delta Queen steamboat complained loudly about 'any company which would schedule a cruise when there was going to be a hatch of these bugs...' "

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Views on the Mississippi: The Photographs of Henry Peter Bosse by Mark Neuzil, Henry Peter Bosse (Photographer), Merry A. Foresta

As mapmaker and photographer for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Henry Peter Bosse (1844-1903) took more than three hundred photographs of the Upper Mississippi River from 1883 to 1893, a time of unprecedented environmental and social change. . . . Views on the Mississippi brings together for the first time almost one hundred of Bosse's most stunning images. These photographs-tracing the river from Minneapolis to St. Louis-capture the Mississippi as it was being transformed from an untamed natural wonder to a modern commercial highway. Presenting the wagon and railroad bridges, the towns and villages along the banks, and the steamboats that served them, Bosse's images depict the river at the fulcrum between the nostalgic era recorded by Mark Twain and the coming century of industrial development and environmental change, including the alterations wrought by the navigation projects of the Army Corps.

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The Galveston-Houston Packet: Steamboats on Buffalo Bayou

Many imagine the settlement of the American West as signaled by the dust of the wagon train or the whistle of a locomotive. During the middle decades of the nineteenth century, though, the growth of Texas and points west centered on the seventy-mile water route between Galveston and Houston. This single vital link stood between the agricultural riches of the interior and the mercantile enterprises of the coast, with a round of operations that was as sophisticated and efficient as that of any large transport network today. At the same time, the packets on the overnight Houston-Galveston run earned a reputation as colorful as their Mississippi counterparts, complete with impromptu steamboat races, makeshift naval gunboats during the Civil War, professional gamblers and horrific accidents.

Riverboat Novels


Before We Were Yours a novel by Lisa Wingate.

Memphis, 1939. Twelve-year-old Rill Foss and her four younger siblings live a magical life aboard their family's Mississippi River shantyboat. Two families, generations apart, are forever changed by a heartbreaking injustice in this poignant novel, inspired by a true story. hardcover | audiobook | Kindle

Delta Queen a novel by Charles Bowen

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Amazon review: More than 30 years ago, Walker Raines lost the woman he loves. Now he has clandestinely orchestrated what he hopes will appear to be an accidental meeting in very romantic circumstances: aboard the beautiful Delta Queen during a leisurely four-day spring cruise from New Orleans to Natchez.


Murder on the Ohio Belle
by Stuart W. Sanders

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In March 1856, a dead body washed onto the shore of the Mississippi River. Nothing out of the ordinary. In those days, people fished corpses from the river with alarming frequency. But this body, with its arms and legs tied to a chair, struck an especially eerie chord. The body belonged to a man who had been a passenger on the luxurious steamboat known as the Ohio Belle, and he was the son of a southern planter. Who had bound and pitched this wealthy man into the river? Why? As reports of the killing spread, one newspaper shuddered, "The details are truly awful and well calculated to cause a thrill of horror."

Drawing on eyewitness accounts, Murder on the Ohio Belle uncovers the mysterious circumstances behind the bloodshed. A northern vessel captured by secessionists, sailing the border between slave and free states at the edge of the frontier, the Ohio Belle navigated the confluence of nineteenth-century America's greatest tensions. Stuart W. Sanders dives into the history of this remarkable steamer -- a story of double murders, secret identities, and hasty getaways -- and reveals the bloody roots of antebellum honor culture, classism, and vigilante justice.


The Battle of Mill Springs, Kentucky (Civil War Series)
by Stuart W. Sanders
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Perryville Under Fire: The Aftermath of Kentucky's Largest Civil War Battle (Civil War Series)
by Stuart W. Sanders
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The Mississippi Steamboat Era in Historic Photographs: Natchez to New Orleans 1870-1920
by Jaon W. Gandy, et al

Steamboats review: This 120-page oversized paperback has about a hundred historic photos of steamboats, people and towns where the steamboats roamed. Immerse yourself in history with this book.

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Live Steam


Live Steam: Paddlewheel Steamboats on the Mississippi System
by Jon Kral
Price: $55

Book review by Jerry Canavit: If you've seen the book, I needn't say more. If you have not, you should take a look. It's a hard bound, coffee table-type book that is 128 pages of photo essay on the six existing steam-powered paddlewheelers operating on the Mississippi River System. The text is brief - but the photography is absolutely first rate. Kral is a shooter of the first order. It's a magnificent presentation. With the possible exception of David Plowden's photo essay on steam, it's the best visual book on the subject I've come across. It contains some shots of the DQ that are breathtaking.

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Steamboating on the Upper Mississippi

by William J. Petersen. Read book review at this site: click here.

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Mississippi Odyssey

by Chris J. Markham.

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Upper Mississippi River History: Fact, Fiction, Legend

by Ron Larson.

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The Ken Burns PBS Documentary


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Find more books about river history at
Some of the titles are:
A Riverman's Lexicon, by Charles F. Lehman
Minneapolis to Mobile Via the Mississippi & Tennessee, by Timothy Remus
For Wood and Water: Steamboating on the Missouri River from Saint Louis to Fort Union, Dakota Territory 1841-1846, by Mark H. Bettis
Upper Mississippi River History, by Capt. Ron Larson, U.S.M.M.
Backing Hard Into River History, by James V. Swift
Steamboat Treasures, by Dorothy Heckmann Shrader
The Ohio River, by Captain Rick Rhodes
Beyond The Bridges, Rediscovering America's Waterways, by Jerry M. Hay
Brown-Water Boating - Tales of Riverboats and Coast-Guard Cutters, by Dean Gabbert
If Ships Could Talk, by Jack R. Simpson, et al
. . . and many more! Browse the publisher's bookstore for river lore and inspiration. This site also includes more links to other steamboat sites.

More Steamboat Titles

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Cincinnati - Louisville Steamboats Recently digitized and put online: a handwritten book by steamboat pilot Noah Meeker that details steamboat landings from Cincinnati to Louisville in 1883. The Library received a $200,000 grant to purchase a KIRTAS system that allows us to scan and digitize many rare and unique items in our collection. I have even sent some photos to Dave Thomson. Now instead of residing in file cabinets that can't be seen, these pictures can now be made available around the word. ( to the Cinci Library: THANK YOU!!)

Way's Towboat Directory, by Frederick Way, Jr., Ohio University Press, Athens, OH 1990

Western Rivers Steamboat Cyclopaedium, by Allen L. Bates / Paperback / Published 1980

Steamboats on the Western Rivers: An Economic and Technological History, by Louis C. Hunter, Beatrice Jones Hunter / Paperback / Published 1994, (Dover Books on Transportation, Maritime)

Steamboats and Ferries on the White River: A Heritage Revisited by Duane Huddleston, et al / Paperback / Published 1998

Steamboats on the Western Rivers: An Economic and Technological History, by Louis C. Hunter, Beatrice Jones Hunter / Paperback / Published 1994, (Dover Books on Transportation, Maritime)

The Delta Queen: Last of the Paddlewheel Palaces, August Perez, Associates. / Paperback / Published 1973

Paddlewheel Inboard C. Bradford Mitchell / Paperback / Published 1984

The Natchez Trace: A Pictorial History James A. Crutchfield / Paperback / Published 1985

Natchez Trace: Two Centuries of Travel Robert C. Gildart, et al / Paperback / Published 1996

Natchez Trace Parkway: A Road Through the Wilderness/ logo Eddie Thomas, et al / Audio Cassette / Published 1994

Dredging: A Handbook for Engineers, by A. D. Bates, et al / Hardcover / Published 1996

Upper Mississippi River History: Fact-Fiction-Legend Ron Larson / Paperback / Published 1998

Upper Mississippi River History: Fact-Fiction-Legend Ron Larson / Hardcover / Published 1995

A different river: river trade and development along the Murray Valley network by Gwenda Painter Availability: This title is out of print. Although it is no longer available from the publisher, we'll query our network of used bookstores for you and send an update within one to two weeks.

Steamboats and Ferries on White River: A Heritage Revisited, by Duane Huddleston, et al / Paperback / Published 1998

Deaf Maggie Lee Sayre: Photographs of a River Life Maggie Lee Sayre, Tom Rankin (Editor) / Hardcover / Published 1995

Deaf Maggie Lee Sayre: Photographs of a River Life Maggie Lee Sayre, Tom Rankin (Editor) / Paperback / Published 1995

Where to Gamble: A Guide to Casinos, Riverboats, Reservations, Racetracks and More - George Cantor / Paperback / Published 1997

Steamboating on the Upper Mississippi William J. Petersen / Paperback / Published 1996

Perilous Journeys: A History of Steamboating on the Chattahoochee, Apalachicola, and Flint Rivers, 1828-1928 Edward A. Mueller / Hardcover / Published 1990

Out of Print Titles

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City of Hannibal, Hannibal, Mo.: from riverboats to ribbons of concrete

Cruise Ships: Riverboats: Casinos: The New Jobs Manual R Zink

Riverboats Ian Mudie

Riverboats and rivermen William Henry Drage

Riverboats sketchbook Chris Halls

Ships in Tasmanian waters, riverboats, ferries and the floating bridge George W. Cox

Delta Queen: Last of the Paddlewheel Palaces Myron Tassin(Editor) / Paperback / Published 1981 (Publisher Out Of Stock)

The Marion story, by Harry Godson

Moonlite at 8:30: the excursion boat story, by Alan L. Bates

Murray riverman: the life of George Freeman, by Joe Andersen

River boat days on the Murray, Darling, Murrumbidgee, by Peter J. Phillips

Riverboats, by Ian Mudie

Riverboats and Rrivermen, by William Henry Drage

Steamboating on the Trent-Severn, by Richard Tatley

Steamboats on the Colorado River, 1852-1916, by Richard E. Lingenfelter

Steamboats on the Ganges: an exploration in the history of India's modernization through science and technology, by Henry T. Bernstein

Steamboats on the Saskatchewan, by Bruce Braden Peel

Steamboats to the West (Frontiers of America), by Edith S. McCall, Robert Borja

Steamers of the Forth, by Ian Brodie

The Story of Mississippi Steamboats (Cornerstones of Freedom), by R. Conrad Stein, Tom Dunnington

Steamboating on the Missouri River in the Sixties Deatherage / Paperback / Published 1971 (Publisher Out Of Stock)

History of Steamboating on the Upper Missouri River. Reprint of the 1962 Ed#(Landmark Editions) William E Lass

Steamboating on the Trent-Severn Richard Tatley

Stern Wheelers Up Columbia: A Century of Steamboating in the Oregon Country Randall V. Mills

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