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William Clark and the Shaping of the West
Landon Y. Jones (au)
Between 1803 & 1806, Meriwether Lewis & William Clark co-captained the most famous expedition in Amer. history. But while Lewis ended his life just 3 years later, Clark spent 30 years overseeing the expedition’s consequences: Indian removal & the destruction of Native Amer. Here is Clarks’ remarkable life & influential career in their full complexity. Acting on behalf of the U.S., Clark’s life was spent fighting in America’s 50-year-running war with the Indians (& their European allies) over the western borderlands. “Captures not only the dark & bloody ground of the early West, but also the qualities of character & courage that made Clark an unequaled leader in America’s shaping of the West.” Illustrations.
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