In his own era. In his own places. In his own words.
He wrote of Tom Sawyer's adventures. And of Huck Finn's. And then there was the adventure Mark Twain and millions of his fellow citizens lived -- the adventure of life in a country bursting its britches with innovation and drive. So all aboard, everyone. Step onto the deck of a charming Mississippi riverboat. Or ride the throbbing, hissing locomotive of the Virginia & Truckee Railroad. Witness some of the era's new-fangled inventions for the home. Or venture into the swirling combat of the Civil War. They're all part of Mark Twain's America, a journey of time and place filled with archival photos and vivid live action footage and told in part via the colorful author's own words and narrated by famed actress and Twain enthusiast Anne
Mark Twain's America
Sioux Falls Free Thinkers endorse Mark Twain's America for showing us what thinking in America was like before World War I.