For the first time in the two hundred years since Lewis & Clark led their expedition from St. Louis, we hear the other side of the story – as we listen to nine descendants of the Indians whose homelands were traversed. Some of the essays are based on family stories, some on tribal or American history, still others on the particular circumstances of a tribe today–but each reflects the expedition’s impact through the prism of the author’s own, or the tribe’s point of view. #881 Paperback, 196 pages.
Lewis & Clark – Through Indian Eyes
SKU: 881 Categories: Books, Native American
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