The Journals of Lewis and Clark

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Penguin Publishing Group, 2002 - Fiction - 382 pages
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An award-winning author, who also penned the book's Introduction, crafts this abridgement of the original journals kept by Captains Meriweather Lewis and William Clark. In the spring of 1805, Lewis and Clark set out with their Shoshone guide, Sacagawea, to explore the wilderness between the Missouri River and the Pacific coast. These journals remain the most vivid descriptions of their epic trek.

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User Review  - bedda - LibraryThing

The journey of Lewis and Clark is always an exciting tale but it is even better when you get to hear about it from the people who were actually there. It takes a little while to get used to the way ... Read full review

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User Review  - choochtriplem - LibraryThing

If you love America and want to read an epic story, look no further than this book. I read this book after a cross country drive and thought it was one of the best stories I have ever read. The ... Read full review

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