Along the Trail with Lewis and Clark

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Farcountry Press, 1 feb. 2002 - 215 páginas
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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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TOURING TODAY 131621
13
CHAPTER 2CAMP DUBOIS
25
CHAPTER 3SETTING OFF
32
CHAPTER 4To THE KANSAS RIVER
40
CHAPTER 5To THE PLATTE RIVER
50
CHAPTER 6THE COUNCIL BLUFF
57
CHAPTER 8COUNCIL AT CALUMET BLUFF
66
CHAPTER 9MEETING THE TETON Sioux
75
CHAPTER nWINTER AT FORT MANDAN
86
CHAPTER 13THE PUZZLE OF MARIAS RIVER
96
TOURING TODAY
103
TOURING TODAY
110
CHAPTER 21OCIAN IN VIEW
153
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Sobre el autor (2002)

Barbara Fifer has written for and edited historical, geographical, and travel books and periodicals. After living in the Midwest, Southeast, and Northeast, she now calls the Rockies home.

Ken Soderberg has been working in the outdoor recreation profession for twenty years. An avid outdoor enthusiast since moving to Montana in 1992, he has explored the state by fishing, hiking, climbing, canoeing, and camping.
Vicky Soderberg has traveled extensively in the U.S. and Europe working as a travel writer, and enjoys exploring off the well-traveled routes. Since their move to Montana she has encountered bears in campgrounds and come up close and personal with a moose while cross-country skiing. The couple lives in East Helena, Montana, and along with their three children, have covered thousands of miles while camping across Big Sky Country.

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