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& Clark National Historic Trail
Official Souvenir Guide Book -
Lewis & Clark Interpretive Association
Remember (or prepare for) your trip to the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center with this full-color guide book. Included is a Lewis & Clark chronology, a guide to the Exhibit Hall, and a synopsis of the partnerships involved at the Center.
Softcover, 24 pp, $5.95.
collection of essays debates the issue of Lewis' death in1809. Was it
suicide or murder? Includes contributions from Lewis & Clark and
Western history scholars James Holmberg, John Guice, and Jay Buckley.
Intrduction by Clay D. Jenkinson.
Lewis & Clark Trail American Landscape:
Photographs by Richard Mack
This coffee table book is filled from cover to cover with evocatively stunning photographs from along the Trail. Mack's landscapes and aerial views bring the beauty of the Trail to the reader.
Hardcover, 243 pp., $69.95.
on the collection of Native American objects from Harvard University's
Peabody Museum and the experinces of 18th and 19th century explorers,
as well as present-day tribal members and researchers, McLaughlin demonstrates
that the Indians encountered by Lewis and Clark and others were active
participants in trade and diplomacy.
richly illustrated and insightfully written book presents American Indian
history from before the arrival of the Europeans to the present day.
Celebrated historian Josephy touches on the rich cultures, famous leaders
and orators, and fascinating societies of the North American continent.