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Revised and updated. In 1804, a small group of Americans led by captains Meriwether Lewis and William Clark undertook a journey that was so complex and so dangerous people thought they would never return. Share the wonder of discovery with Traveling the Lewis and Clark Trail, following modern highways that parallel much of the route. Julie Fanselow describes every section of the trail from Illinois to Oregon.
About the Author
Julie Fanselow works as a full-time freelance writer and is the author of Traveling the Oregon Trail and Idaho Off the Beaten Path, both from Globe Pequot. She lives in Twin Falls, Idaho.
Table of Contents
The Corps of Discovery: A Brief History and Overview; How to Use This Book (1) Illinois, Missouri, and Kansas (2) Nebraska, Iowa, and South Dakota (3) Western Montana and Idaho (4) Washington and Oregon (5) Epilogue (6) Annual Lewis and Clark Events (7) Index