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This Nine Network special taps into the social, natural and cultural changes in Missouri River communities over more than two centuries. Inspired by the book, Growing Up with the River, Nine Generations on the Missouri, the film visits historical sites, the people and the beauty of the Missouri River Valley.

This film was funded by Katy Land Trust, Trudy B. Valentine Family, William T. Kemper Foundation, Carlota (Lotsie) Clark Hermann Holton (7th Generation Captain William Clark), the Missouri Humanities Council, and Edward Jones.

Encore Broadcast: Tuesday, November 30, at 9 pm  on Nine PBS and livestream.

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Rivertowns: 100 Miles, 200 Years, Countless Stories

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Explore the changes in Missouri River communities over more than two centuries.

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