The Men of the Lewis and Clark Expedition: A Biographical Roster of the Fifty-One Members and a Composite Diary of Their Activities from All Known Sources

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The Men of the
Lewis and Clark Expedition
a biographical roster of
the fifty-one members
and
a composite diary of their activities
from all known sources

by

CHARLES G. CLARKE

INTRODUCTION TO THE BISON BOOKS EDITION BY
Dayton Duncan

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA PRESS
LINCOLN AND LONDON

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Introduction to the Bison Books Edition v
  • Contents xxi
  • Illustrations xxiii
  • Acknowledgements xxv
  • Introduction 13
  • Biographical Roster of the Corps of Discovery 1 37
  • A Personnel Diary of the Lewis and Clark Expedition 73
  • 1: St. Charles to the River Platte 79
  • 2: The Platte to Vermillion River 91
  • 3: The Vermillion to Teton River 99
  • 4: Teton River to Fort Mandan 107
  • 5: Among the Mandans 117
  • 6: At Fort Mandan 129
  • 7: Fort Mandan to Yellowstone River 143
  • 8: The Yellowstone to the Musselshell 153
  • 9: The Musselshell to Maria's River 157
  • 10: Maria's River to the Great Falls of the Missouri 161
  • 11: Portaging Around the Great Falls 169
  • 12: The Great Falls to the Three Forks 177
  • 13: Three Forks to the Beaver's Head 181
  • 14: Beaver's Head to the Great Divide 187
  • 15: Crossing the Great Divide 191
  • 16: Down the Lolo Trail 197
  • 17: Rapids of the Snake to Tidewater 211
  • 18: Tidewater to the Ocean 217
  • 19: At Fort Clatsop 227
  • 20: Living off the Land 239
  • 21: The Start for Home 249
  • 22: The Dalles to the Walla Walla 259
  • 23: The Walla Walla to Lawyer's Canyon Creek 265
  • 24: Camp Chopunnish on the Upper Kooskooske 269
  • 25: The Party Takes Different Routes 283
  • 26: Exploration and Rejoining 293
  • 27: The Little Missouri to White River 305
  • 28: The Home Stretch 313
  • Finis 321
  • Bibliography 331
  • Bibliography 333
  • Index 339
  • Index 341
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