A-Rafting on the Mississip'

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Appendix A
UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER DISTANCES

Compiled from the government surveys. It is to be noted that the Government measures distances along the middle of the channel and in consequence its figures are everywhere less than the accepted figures of rivermen, who measure the distance traveled by a steamboat between two points.

Distance in miles from St. Louie
Alton, Illinois25
Hannibal, Missouri137
Keokuk, Iowa194
Montrose, Iowa206
Nauvoo, Illinois206.6
Fort Madison, Iowa215
Burlington, Iowa237
Muscatine, Iowa290
Andalusia, Illinois308
Buffalo, Iowa308
Davenport, Iowa317
Rock Island, Illinois317
Moline, Illinois321
Hampton, Illinois327
Rapids City, Illinois332
Port Byron, Illinois333
Le Claire, Iowa (Head of Rapids)333
Princeton, Iowa338
Camanche, Iowa348
Albany, Illinois350
Clinton, Iowa355
Fulton, Illinois357
Lyons, Iowa357
Sabula, Iowa373
Savannah, Illinois375
Bellevue, Iowa395
Gordon’s Ferry, Iowa405
Dubuque, Iowa419
Specht’s Ferry, Iowa432
Cassville, Wisconsin447
Clayton, Iowa466
McGregor, Iowa475
Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin477
Harper’s Ferry, Iowa487
Lansing, Iowa505
De Soto, Wisconsin509

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