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|artist(s)= [[Don Rosa]]
 
|artist(s)= [[Don Rosa]]
 
|dates= August the 10th, 1992 <small>(release date)</small>
 
|dates= August the 10th, 1992 <small>(release date)</small>
}}'''''The Master of the Mississippi''''' is a comic story written and drawn by [[Don Rosa]]. It features [[Scrooge McDuck]], [[Angus McDuck|Pothole McDuck]], several [[Beagle Boys]] (including [[Blackheart Beagle]]), [[Ratchet Gearloose]]  and [[Porker Hogg]].
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}}'''''The Master of the Mississippi''''' is a comic story written and drawn by [[Don Rosa]]. It features [[Scrooge McDuck]], [[Angus McDuck|Pothole McDuck]], several [[Beagle Boys]] (including [[Blackheart Beagle]]) and [[Porker Hogg]].
 
==Description==
 
==Description==
 
A young [[Scrooge McDuck]] arrives in Louisville where he tries to contact an uncle of his who already lives there: [[Angus McDuck]], who (as Scrooge soon finds out) is now nicknamed Pothole. A lucky gambler, Pothole has just won a whole steamboat, which he decides to use to search for a sunken treasure. However, the boat's original owner, swindling businessman and casino-owner Porker Hogg, follows them and attempts to steal the treasure, with the help of the local [[Beagle Boys]], who would later turn out to be the fathers of those that currently seek Scrooge's money in [[Duckburg]].
 
A young [[Scrooge McDuck]] arrives in Louisville where he tries to contact an uncle of his who already lives there: [[Angus McDuck]], who (as Scrooge soon finds out) is now nicknamed Pothole. A lucky gambler, Pothole has just won a whole steamboat, which he decides to use to search for a sunken treasure. However, the boat's original owner, swindling businessman and casino-owner Porker Hogg, follows them and attempts to steal the treasure, with the help of the local [[Beagle Boys]], who would later turn out to be the fathers of those that currently seek Scrooge's money in [[Duckburg]].
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