America: The Lewis and Clark Expedition and Dawn of a New Power


The Lewis and Clark Expedition constitutes the lens through which historian Denis Vaugeois focuses on the nation's formative period, 1803-1853. He writes not only of the principal actors in the continent-wide drama, but of the Native Americans and French-Canadian explorers, guides, and interpreters, without whom the expedition would not have succeeded. Paperback, 275 pages

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