Lewis and Clark Among the Indians

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U of Nebraska Press, Apr 1, 2002 - History - 310 pages
An ethnohistorical examination of the constant interactions between Native Americans and the explorers of the Lewis and Clark expedition.
 

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Ronda is one of the most thought-provoking and interesting of the revisionist Lewis and Clark historians. While still respectful of the expedition, Ronda is constantly searching for the missing ... Read full review

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I loved this book. After you've read Undaunted Courage, this book is the natural follow-on.

Contents

Thefoyage Begins1
1
TheTeton Confrontation27
27
The Arikara Interlude42
42
The MandanWinterr7
113
Across the Divide133
133
Down the Columbia163
163
The Clatsop Winter181
181
The Way Home214
214
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James P. Ronda holds the H. G. Barnard Chair in Western History at the University of Tulsa. He is also the author of Finding the West: Explorations with Lewis and Clark and Astoria and Empire, available in a Bison Books edition.

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