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Travel Along The Mississippi River : A Mississippi River Journey—Headwaters to Delta—in five minutes

Travel Along The Mississippi River Video

Travel Along The Mississippi River

A Mississippi River Journey—Headwaters to Delta—in five minutes

A Mississippi River Journey—Headwaters to Delta—in five minutes

This source-to-sea, birds-eye excursion down America’s greatest river introduces the Mississippi Multimedia Gallery–an immersive documentary exploration of the waterway’s natural and cultural history through large format, ultra-high definition, multi-touch, tabletop kiosks. The Gallery program, produced by Hamline University’s Center for Global Environmental Education, features a detailed map-based interface with dozens of hotspots that open HD videos, 360-degree panoramas, and interactive stories. For more information, visit: http://www.hamline.edu/education/cgee/missrivergallery.

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20 Comments

  1. Beaufiful video, nicely done! So many places to see on this planet, and so much faster those black waters of time keep rollin' as we get older. Have done one long kayaking and one long whitewater rafting trip in my life and will never forget them. Hope to do one more. Your video captures a lot of feeling. Thanks again.

  2. What a shame that Minnesota is infested with Somali muslims now. Handed much of the state completely over like Western Europe.

  3. The times I've been at the confluence, which has a park on yhe Missouri side, I'll tell you it's a sketchy area.

  4. RE : 15 MIN OF LISTENING

    DRIVER 1
    DRIVER 2
    DRIVER 3

    ACQUSIION
    SALES 1
    SALES 2
    SALES 3
    CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
    AREA

  5. RE : BUDGE

    TOWNSHIPS
    INNER CORRIDORS
    INTERNATIONAL
    STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS
    RE : PORCELAIN AND WEER/ WEATHER WEEKLY REPORT
    POLOKWANE
    NAMAKGALE
    BOLOBEDU
    TOKYO
    LENYENYE
    TEMBISA
    ELDORADO
    BRAAMFISCHEVILLE
    HAIL COMING FROM KAYASANDS PLEASE PARK YOUR VEHICLES IN A SAVE PLACE
    RE : METER READING
    USSUALLY 06% BUT NOW 26% HIGHER COMPERED PREVIOUS MONTH
    RE : SERMINAR
    COSMETICS
    FARMING
    FISHING
    PALTRY
    BUSINESS NETWORK
    LUNCH
    CARDINAL : EVERYHING IS IN THE NORTH WEST
    RE : ARTICLE 50

    SPOKE PERSON
    NOT FOR TRAINING BUT FOR WIKEPEDIA IMPROVEMENT

    2014
    PROFILE
    INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
    CNR HANS VAN RENSBURG & RISSIK STREET
    POLOKWANE
    0700

    1996
    2010
    2004
    2023
    2019
    SEE YOU AT THE BEACH
    D'URBAN
    MISSISSIPPI

  6. It's amasing, dear friend! Спасибо за виды великих рек Америки, Марк Твен описывал их примерно так же))

  7. Oh my God! So let's talk fake news! I was born and raised on the dalta. St. Bernard is not located at the mouth of the river! Try Port Eades! Someone needs to do some fact checking!

  8. Great video really great
    Yall should have added added a crawfish boil some gumbo and some Mardi Gras footage LOL.
    Really good video. Hard to believe the river starts that small and turns into a big strong current river down here. A lot of people may not realize how important the river is to us down here. Its the life line for NOLA from Commerce to our drinking water.

  9. Good video but a few corrections to make it better. After leaving Natchez Mississippi going down rivet the next notable location would be Baton Rouge then the Bonnet carre spillway in Norco which is located in St. Charles parish. Then NOLA , St. Bernard, Plaquemine Parish then Venice Louisiana where the mouth of the Mississippi river meets the gulf of Mexico. The video has Hammond after St. Charles parish. But Hammond is NorthWest of
    St. Charles parish and NOLA.
    The Mississippi river is about 30 miles south of Hammond. It's possible to get there from the spillway through Lake Pontchartrain

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