The Journals of Lewis and Clark

The Journals of Lewis and Clark are “the first report on the West, on the United States over the hill and beyond the sunset, on the province of the American future” (Bernard DeVoto).

Inside these journals, you’ll find a richly detailed record of the flora and fauna they sighted, the native tribes they encountered, and the awe-inspiring landscape they traversed, from their base camp near present-day St. Louis to the mouth of the Columbia River, that has become an incomparable contribution to the literature of exploration and the writing of natural history.

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