Undaunted Courage

Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, and the Opening of the American West

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A chronicle of the two-and-a-half year journey of Lewis and Clark covers their incredible hardships, first encounters with Native Americans, the contributions of Sacajawea, and Lewis' post-journey depression. 50,000 first printing.
Stcin10
Ha scritto il 28/10/11
An interesting book that covers in detail Lewis & Clark and the Corps of Discovery on their travels through the Louisiana Purchase on through to the Pacific Ocean in a quest to discover a river route to the Pacific. I liked reading what they saw and...Continua
Rice Cooker
Ha scritto il 07/05/10
Very good read. A great book for any lover of American history and real-life adventure. There was quite a bit I did not know about Lewis & Clark, their relationship with Thomas Jefferson, and the dangers involved in the exploration of the west. Le...Continua
Missmath144
Ha scritto il 08/07/09

Excellent history of the Lewis & Clark expedition and Lewis' life and suicide afterwards.


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