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Ohio River Navigation Charts: New Martinsville, WV to Pittsburgh, PA: The Bicentennial Commemoration of the Lewis & Clark Corps of Discovery 2003-2006
Bob Anderson & Meriwether Lewis. The Lewis & Clark Corps Discovery was the first of the great explorations undertaken by the U.S. In 1803, Meriwether Lewis & William Clark & their party set out for the Pacific, which was then virtually unknown territory for explorers. The idea, the planning, & the journey began in the Eastern U.S. This collection of navigation charts for the Ohio River between New Martinsville, WV., & Pittsburgh, PA, was issued by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Sites for the Lewis & Clark Expedition noted on the charts are based on historical references & are approximate locations. In 1803, Lewis journeyed down the Ohio River with boats & equipment & recruited men along the way for the western exploration. Clark joined him at the Falls of the Ohio in mid-Oct.
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