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York’s Adventures with Lewis and Clark: The African-American’s Part in the Great Expedition
Rhoda Blumberg (au); James J. Holmberg (in)
Did you know that an African-American man participated in Lewis and Clark’s famous expedition? Working alongside free men, William Clark’s slave York played an important role in the journey’s success. This award-winning book draws on extensive research to give a gripping and insightful account of York’s significant contribution to this landmark historical event. “Kirkus Reviews” gives the book a starred review: “Full of maps, sketches, portraits, and other archival materials . . . one of the best new works on the subject.” “Your shelves may be bulging with Lewis and Clark expedition books . . . but make room for this one.” for outstanding nonfiction for children. Winner of the Orbis Pictus Award for outstanding non-fiction for children. 100+ illus.
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