The Journals of Patrick Gass: Member of the Lewis and Clark Expedition

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Mountain Press Publishing Company, 1807 - History - 447 pages
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Sergeant Patrick Gass's journal -- never widely available to a general audience -- is the most readable and straightforward firsthand account of the Lewis and Clark expedition, largely because Gass focused on the human aspects of the epic journey. In this new edition, Carol MacGregor's thorough annotation of the journal and the inclusion of Gass's previously unknown account book from later in his life lend new insight into Gass's work and his life.

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User Review  - Mike (the Paladin) - Goodreads

My last name is Gass...I had to read this book. LOL This book is surprisingly easy to read as it was written during the Lewis and Clark expedition. The language is straight forward and the accounts ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ray Ziemer - Goodreads

This was a bargain I couldn't resist, a brand-new book still in plastic wrapper, on clearance at the Mark Twain Book Store in Virginia City, NV. The important thing, of course, is the journal Patrick ... Read full review

About the author (1807)

1771-1870

MacGregor has owned, ridden, trained and loved horses all her life. She has a Ph.D. in American History and serves as an adjunct professor of history at Boise State University.

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