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Lewis and Clark Trail: Then and Now
Dorothy Hinshaw Patent (au); William Munoz (ph)
When the Lewis & Clark expedition departed from the St. Louis area in May of 1804, there were no telephones, railroads or cars, & no electric equip. The region of N. Amer. west of the Mississippi River was a blank area on the map that Lewis & Clark were to fill in with rivers & mountains, & with Indian tribes & animals. Today, every inch of the West has been mapped, & much of the land has been covered by farms, ranches, & cities. The Missouri & Columbia Rivers have been dammed. But some places, such as vast stretches of the majestic Rocky Mountains, have changed little. This book captures the contrast between the Amer. West then & now, aided by old prints, photos, & paintings that depict the West before the changes brought by modern times. Illus.
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