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"Mississippi" Bill Harris (1912 – August 23, 2004), born William Harris in Guntersville, Alabama, was a World War II veteran and an entrepreneur. However, he is best known for being an avid boater and for the many trips he took via waterways in a 12 foot aluminum fishing boat. The combined distance of these trips was 55,000 miles, over twice the circumference of the earth.<ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=book }}</ref>


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Intro   Childhood   Guntersville Dam  Lake Theatre  Waterway Journeys  Later life  Legacy  References  

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"Mississippi" Bill Harris (1912 – August 23, 2004), born William Harris in Guntersville, Alabama, was a World War II veteran and an entrepreneur. However, he is best known for being an avid boater and for the many trips he took via waterways in a 12 foot aluminum fishing boat. The combined distance of these trips was 55,000 miles, over twice the circumference of the earth.<ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=book }}</ref>


Mississippi Bill Harris sections
Intro   Childhood   Guntersville Dam  Lake Theatre  Waterway Journeys  Later life  Legacy  References  

PREVIOUS: IntroNEXT: Childhood
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