When the Mississippi Ran Backwards

Empire, Intrigue, Murder, and the New Madrid Earthquakes

by | Editor: Free Press
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On December 15, 1811, two of Thomas Jefferson's nephews murdered a slave in cold blood and put his body parts into a roaring fire. The evidence would have been destroyed but for a rare act of God -- or, as some believed, of the Indian chief Tecumseh. ...Continua
Avoisin1
Ha scritto il 06/12/11
Book Review #2
1. What did you like about the book? I really liked this book because it gave historically accurate examples of things that happened at the same time and in relation to the New Madrid earthquake. It explained the role that earthquakes played in eac...Continua
Terrells11
Ha scritto il 05/12/11
When the Mississippi Ran Backwards Review
1) What I liked about this book was that it did a great job combining history with earth science. 2) What I didn't like about the book is hard to say. I really enjoyed this book. I suppose if someone has zero interest for science of history it might...Continua

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