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Seeking Western Waters: The Lewis and Clark Trail from the Rockies to the Pacific
Emory Strong (au) (ph); Ruth Strong (au) (ph); Herbert K. Beals (ed)
From 1804-1806, Lewis & Clark conducted one of the most successful explorations in history in order to examine the recently bought Louisiana Purchase. Here, the Strongs used excerpts from the Lewis & Clark journals that focus on the native pop’n. they came in contact with in their journey from the Rockies to the Pacific Ocean. To quote from the Strong’s preface, “the project originated with our interest in learning about the archaeological resources of the Columbia River. The descriptions of places we know so impressed us that we found ourselves following the route, taking notes & pictures.” The Strongs supplied this book with over 200 photos, many of them sites that have been since consumed by geological, riverine or human forces. Illustrations.
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