In search of York: the slave who went to the Pacific with Lewis and Clark
First published in 1985, Robert B. Betts's acclaimed account of the sole African American member of the Lewis and Clark Expedition is now available in paperback.
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In Search of York: The Slave who Went to the Pacific with Lewis and Clark
Robert B. Betts
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