was much more than just Lewis & Clark, and its legacy stretches far
beyond the actual voyage.
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In this, the first biography
of William Clark that encompasses his entire life, Jones examines Clark's
life both before and after the Corps of Discovery. Jones reminds us
that Clark's life would have been noteworthy even if he had not been
part of the Expedition.
The Life of William Clark -
William E. Foley
Foley's biography of Clark covers his long service to the United States (both before and after the Expedition) and pays special attention to Clark's life with friends and family.
Softcover, 326 pp, $29.95.
Fate of the Corps:
into much-neglected archives, Morris helps add life to the other members
of the Corps of Discovery, so that they are no longer just names on
Men of the Lewis & Clark Expedition -
published in 1970, this volume details not only the men who made up
the Expedition, but also some of their exploits, mishaps, daily accomplishments