Whitewater Recreation in Arkansas: Results of a Survey of Spring Floaters : Big Piney Creek, Mulberry River, Little Missouri River, and Cossatot River
Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism, 1984 - White-water canoeing - 47 pages
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