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The Definitive Journals of Lewis & Clark, Volume 2 of the Nebraska Edition: From the Ohio to the Vermillion by Meriwether Lewis2
The Definitive Journals of Lewis & Clark: Nebraska Edition, Volume 3: Up the Missouri to Fort Mandan by Meriwether Lewis3
The Definitive Journals of Lewis and Clark, Vol 4: From Fort Mandan to Three Forks (The Nebraska Edition, Vol 4) by Meriwether Lewis3
The Definitive Journals of Lewis & Clark, Vol. 5: Through the Rockies to the Cascades by Meriwether Lewis5
The Definitive Journals of Lewis & Clark, Vol. 6: Down the Columbia to Fort Clatsop by Meriwether Lewis6
The Definitive Journals of Lewis and Clark, Vol. 7: From the Pacific to the Rockies by Meriwether Lewis7
The Definitive Journals of Lewis & Clark, Vol. 8: Over the Rockies to St. Louis by Meriwether Lewis8
The Definitive Journals of Lewis and Clark, Vol. 9: John Ordway and Charles Floyd by John Ordway9
The Journals of Patrick Gass: Member of the Lewis and Clark Expedition (Lewis & Clark Expedition) by Patrick Gass10
The Definitive Journals of Lewis and Clark, Vol 11: Joseph Whitehouse (Definitive Journals of Lewis & Clark) by Joseph Whitehouse11
The Definitive Journals of Lewis and Clark, Vol 12: Herbarium by Meriwether Lewis12
The Definitive Journals of Lewis and Clark, Vol 13: Comprehensive Index (Nebraska Edition, Volume 13) by Meriwether Lewis13
The Definitive Journals of Lewis & Clark: 7-Volume set by Meriwether Lewisomnibus 2-8

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Recommendations

  1. Lewis and Clark among the Indians by James P. Ronda (1984)
  2. Lewis & Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery by Dayton Duncan (1997)
  3. Thomas Jefferson and the Stony Mountains: Exploring the West from Monticello by Donald Dean Jackson (1981)
  4. Lewis and Clark: Pioneering Naturalists (Second Edition) (Lewis & Clark Expedition) by Paul Russell Cutright (1969)
  5. The Journals of the Lewis & Clark Expedition, Volume 1: Atlas of the Lewis & Clark Expedition by Meriwether Lewis (1983)
  6. Or Perish in the Attempt: Wilderness Medicine in the Lewis and Clark Expedition by David J. Peck (2002)
  7. The Way to the Western Sea by David Lavender (1988)
  8. The Fate of the Corps: What Became of the Lewis and Clark Explorers After the Expedition by Larry E. Morris (2004)
  9. The Men of the Lewis and Clark Expedition: A Biographical Roster of the Fifty-one Members and a Composite Diary of Their Activities from All Known Sources by Charles G. Clarke (1970)
  10. Lewis & Clark by Stephen E. Ambrose (1998)
  11. Lewis and Clark and the Image of the American Northwest by John Logan Allen (1975)
  12. The Lewis and Clark Journals: An American Epic of Discovery by Meriwether Lewis (2003)
  13. Lewis and Clark Trail Maps: A Cartographic Reconstruction, Volume I by Martin Plamondon (2000)
  14. Voyages of Discovery: Essays on the Lewis and Clark Expedition (Voyages of Discovery) by James Ronda (1998)
  15. Dear Brother: Letters of William Clark to Jonathan Clark by William Clark (2002)

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