Lewis and Clark: The Journey West

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Promontory Press, 1990 - Science - 235 pages
Here is an epic American adventure: a detailed and fascinating chronology of the famous expedition into the unknown lands west of the Mississippi by Lewis and Clark. The authors have selected from the detailed diaries of the explorers and their party to capture the drama of a journey charged with danger and rich with discovery.

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Contents

WOOD RIVER TO FLOYDS CREEK
15
FORT MANDAN TO YELLOWSTONE
47
YELLOWSTONE TO GREAT FALLS
59
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University of Cardiff

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