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IMAGE ID
EVB2938354
Titre
The St. Louis Bridge now named Eads Bridge over the Mississippi River. The piers rested on bedrock 103 feet below the Mississippi mud. When built 1867-1874 it was the longest in the world. LC-DIG-ppmsca-08973_DUPE
Technique
black and white photograph
Description
The St. Louis Bridge now named Eads Bridge over the Mississippi River. The piers rested on bedrock 103 feet below the Mississippi mud. When built 1867-1874 it was the longest in the world. LC-DIG-ppmsca-08973_DUPE
Crédit Photo
Everett Collection / Bridgeman Images
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ships / steam boats / technology / historical / eads / 19th century / construction / industry / american / mississippi river / river boats / engineering / landscapes / 1870s / transportation / bridges / history / james / Photograph / Photography / Mzphoto
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