Along the Trail with Lewis and Clark
This edition contains no advertising, and is stitch-bound. It covers the whole story of the expedition, beginning east of the Mississippi River as Thomas Jefferson and Meriwether Lewis planned, and Lewis trained and traveled. Then follows Lewis and Clark and company to the Pacific and back to St. Louis. Accessible history text combines with tourism information on following their path today, and maps combine both then and now.
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CHAPTER 2CAMP DUBOIS
CHAPTER 4TO THE KANSAS RIVER
CHAPTER 6THE COUNCIL BLUFF
CHAPTER 9MEETING THE TETON Sloux
CHAPTER 12TO THE YELLOWSTONE RIVER
CHAPTER 14AROUND THE GREAT FALLs
CHAPTER 25CLARKs OVERLAND RETURN
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