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by Alice Caddy,Ben Lucien Burman

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ISBN:
0800849604
Author:
Alice Caddy,Ben Lucien Burman
Language:
English
Publisher:
Taplinger Pub Co; 1st edition (1973)
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192 pages
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Ben Lucien Burman (December 12, 1896 – November 12, 1984) was an American author and journalist born in Covington, Kentucky. He also fought in both World War I and World War II, and graduated from Harvard University. He was married to Alice Caddy who illustrated many of his children's books, including his most popular books, the Catfish Bend series, which became popular with both children and adults. The series is set in Catfish Bend, Mississippi, and tells a tale of many animal residents in Catfish Bend. Look Down That Winding River: An Informal Profile of the Mississippi, illustrated by Caddy, 1973. High Water at Catfish Bend, 1952, reprinted, 1981.

Ben Lucien Burman was an American author and journalist born in Covington, Kentucky. He also fought in both World War I and World War II, and graduate from Harvard University

Ben Lucien Burman was an American author and journalist born in Covington, Kentucky. He also fought in both World War I and World War II, and graduate from Harvard University. The series is set in Catfish Bend, Mi Ben Lucien Burman was an American author and journalist born in Covington, Kentucky. He also fought in both World War I and World War II, and graduate from Harvard University

Burman, Ben Lucien, 1896-1984.

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Mississippi, illustrated by wife, Alice Caddy, 1929. Mississippi, illustrated by wife, Alice Caddy, 1929. adapted to film as Heaven on Earth in 1931, directed by Russell Mack. Then There's Cripple Creek, 1930. Steamboat 'round the Bend, illustrated by Caddy, 1933.

Burman, Ben Lucien, 1895-. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book

Burman, Ben Lucien, 1895-. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Look down that winding river : an informal profile of the Mississippi, Ben Lucien Burman ; with a foreword by John K. Hutchens ; illustrations by Alice Caddy

Burman, a veteran of the old-time Mississippi riverboats, indulges in some fond, lazy memories of the mighty river and the crews who piloted the big boats from Vicksburg to New Orleans.

Burman, a veteran of the old-time Mississippi riverboats, indulges in some fond, lazy memories of the mighty river and the crews who piloted the big boats from Vicksburg to New Orleans. The fog was ""thick as a bowl of good Cajun gumbo,"" the darkies sang lustily as they loaded their cotton bales, and Old Al, a mythical alligator, presided over the black waters. LOOK DOWN THAT WINDING RIVER: An Informal Profile of the Mississippi.

Ben Lucien Burman (December 12, 1896 – November 12, 1984) was an American author and journalist born in Covington .

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The spirit of the steamboat era comes alive as an ex-pilot recalls his adventures on showboats, tugs, and shrimp platforms