Tagebuch Einer Entdeckungs-Reise Durch Nord-America, Von der M�ndung des Missuri an Bis Zum Einflu� der Columbia in Den Stillen Ocean, Gemacht in Den

ISBN-10: 1276815697
ISBN-13: 9781276815697
Authors: Patrick Gass, Philipp Christoph Weyland, Meriwether Lewis
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The Lewis and Clark expedition was one of the earliest crossings of the United States. Eager to expand the country, President Thomas Jefferson appointed Lewis, formerly his private secretary, to seek a Northwest passage to the Orient. Lewis and his partner, William Clark, were both seasoned soldiers, expert woodsmen, and boatmen. They both kept journals and so did 4 sergeants and 1 private in the party of 43 men. They started from St. Louis in 1804, heading up to the Missouri River, across the Rockies, and down to the Pacific coast at the mouth of the Columbia River. The Indian woman Sacajawea ("Bird Woman") gave them valuable help on the hazardous journey, which lasted 2 years, 4 months,…    


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Binding: Paperback Publisher: Creative Media Partners, LLC Number of pages: 376 Dimensions: 7.44" wide x 9.69" long x 0.78" tall Weight: 1.474 lbs. Language: English