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Interesting History of the Mekong River
by Emily Stehr




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Interesting History of the Mekong River Word Origin and History of the Mekong River: "A river whose source is in southwest China, flowing southeast along most of the boundary between Thailand and Laos to the South China Sea. 2600 miles (4200 km) long. "A river in southeast Asia, Thai, from me 'mother' + khong 'river, large stream'." http: //www.dictionary.com/browse/mekong Charles P Daly; Annual Address. Subject: Review of the Events of the Year, and Recent Explorations and Theories for Reaching the North Pole; Journal of the American Geographical and Statistical Society; 1870 Charles P Daly writes: "17. The French Expedition up to the river Mekong, and westerly through the province of Hunan in China to the ancient capital of the province - one of the most remarkable journeys in the history of travels, a brief account only of which has no far been given by the surviving leader, Lieutenant Garnier."

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Interesting History of the Mekong River Word Origin and History of the Mekong River: "A river whose source is in southwest China, flowing southeast along most of the boundary between Thailand and Laos to the South China Sea. 2600 miles (4200 km) long. "A river in southeast Asia, Thai, from me 'mother' + khong 'river, large stream'." http: //www.dictionary.com/browse/mekong Charles P Daly; Annual Address. Subject: Review of the Events of the Year, and Recent Explorations and Theories for Reaching the North Pole; Journal of the American Geographical and Statistical Society; 1870 Charles P Daly writes: "17. The French Expedition up to the river Mekong, and westerly through the province of Hunan in China to the ancient capital of the province - one of the most remarkable journeys in the history of travels, a brief account only of which has no far been given by the surviving leader, Lieutenant Garnier."


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  • ISBN-13: 9781720014836
  • ISBN-10: 1720014833
  • Publisher: Independently Published
  • Publish Date: September 2018
  • Page Count: 116
  • Dimensions: 9.02 x 5.98 x 0.28 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.4 pounds

Series: Interesting History of Rivers

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