In 1865, a steamboat sank in the Mississippi River killing seventeen-hundred passengers. Guest host, Katty Kay, and journalist and author, Alan Huffman, discuss the forgotten story of the worst maritime disaster in American history.

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  • Alan Huffman freelance journalist and author of "Mississippi in Africa".

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