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Lewis & Clark
Interpretive Histories

Thought-provoking works by Lewis & Clark scholars and aficianados.

 

 






Ambrose, "Undaunted Courage" hardcover

Undaunted Courage:
Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, and the Opening of the American West
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Stephen E. Ambrose

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The New York Times bestseller. Join storyteller Ambrose as he recounts the journey of the Corps of Discovery, with particular emphasis on Jefferson's motivations and Lewis's accomplishments.
Hardcover, 521 pp., $30.00.

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Ambrose, "Undaunted Courage" softcover

Undaunted Courage:
Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, and the Opening of the American West
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Stephen E. Ambrose

The New York Times bestseller.
Softcover, 521 pp., $17.00.

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Holmberg (ed.), "Dear Brother"

Dear Brother:
Letters of William Clark to Jonathan Clark -

James J. Holmberg (ed.)

In Dear Brother, Holmberg presents a collection of letters (many never before published) from William Clark to his brother Jonathan, which help clear up some of the mysteries surrounding the Corps of Discovery and its participants. Softcover, 322 pp., $18.00.

 

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Allen, "Lewis and Clark and the Image of the American Northwest"

Lewis and Clark and the
Image of the American Northwest
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John Logan Allen

The author traces the evolution of geographic ideas about the West, as hearsay was gradually replaced with reality.
Softcover, 412 pp, $13.95.

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