Low-water rivers offer up glimpse of history

By JIM SALTER, Associated Press Published: December 23, 2012
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ST. LOUIS — From sunken steamboats to a millennium-old map engraved in rock, the drought-drained rivers of the nation's midsection are offering a rare and fleeting glimpse into years gone by.

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