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Tools of the Trade

Items that recreate the equipment and the spirit of the Corps of Discovery.

 

 




 

 


Powdered Ink

Powdered Ink

The Expedition never ran out of ink during their journey. One of the reasons was that they didn't have to worry about breaking glass ink jars; they carried powdered ink instead. Just a little bit of water makes a very suitable black ink for your own expedition journals. $3.00.


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Small Leather Journal

Small Leather Journal

This leather-bound journal contains 18 sheets of paper and is bound with leather strips and is closed with an antler button.
Journal measures 3 inches by 5 inches when closed. $25.00.

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Leather "Lewis & Clark Botanical Journal"

Leather "Lewis & Clark Botanical Journal"

This leather-bound journal measures 6 inches by 9 inches when closed, and contains 30 sheets of paper suitable for recording your own botanical discoveries.
Closes with bone antler button and leather loop. $45.00.

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Large Leather Journal

Large Leather Journal

This leather-bound journal contains 60 pages of heavyweight paper suitable for most media. Pages are bound with three leather thongs.
Journal measures 8 inches by 10 inches closed. $65.00.

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Writing Instruments

 The members of the Corps of Discovery have been called the "writingest" explorers in history. Document your own adventures with these items.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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