Seaman's Journal: On the Trail with Lewis and Clark
When Seaman, a Newfoundland dog, met his new master in August of 1803, he didn't know that he would spend the next three years on an adventure of more than 8,000 miles to the Pacific Ocean and back.
Seaman's Journal is based on true entries in Meriwether Lewis's journal describing Seaman, and it presents an account of the Lewis and Clark expedition as seen from the viewpoint of Lewis's dog. Join Seaman before the trip as preparations take place. Meet the Native American guides and friends they encountered along the way. And read of Seaman's love for Sacajawea, the Shoshone woman whose husband acted as interpreter and guide.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Shermens - LibraryThing
A wonderful book with beautiful illustrations. It is told in chronological journal format from a dog's point of view. It covers the essential events of the Corps of Discovery. The illustrations and ... Read full review
Review: Seaman's Journal: On the Trail with Lewis and ClarkUser Review - Kelly H. (Maybedog) - Goodreads
This is a true account of the Lewis and Clark expedition as told from the perspective of Seaman, Clark's dog who accompanied them on the trip. Each of Seaman's journal entries is based on a real ... Read full review