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In 1908, the brilliant poet and writer John G. Neihardt traveled by canoe down the then-untamed Missouri River for 56 days. His account, rousing and elegantly reflective, showcases the long ago, fascinating world through which the mighty river passed. The River and I is at once a classic adventure tale, an enduring homage to the Old West, and a tale of an abiding love for a relentless river and those affected by it.

©1910, 1938 The John G. Neihardt Trust (P)2014 Skyyrim Studios

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The River and I

If you could sum up The River and I in three words, what would they be?

Alice Niehardt Thompson

What was one of the most memorable moments of The River and I?

Too many to count.

Which character – as performed by Robin Neihardt – was your favorite?

I liked them all.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

The life and times of a visionary.

Any additional comments?

John Niehardt's daughter and grand daughters were a part of my equestrian youth in Columbia, MO. I read this book to get a glimpse of the great man who was their father, grandfather. Thank you.