Before Lewis & Clark, Documents Illustrating the History


Illustrating the History of the Missouri,1785-7804
For "Before Lewis and Clark", A.P. Nasatir translated and annotated 239 documents relating to the history of the exploration of the Missouri River through 1804, when Lewis and Clark began their ascent of the waterway. The value of this collection is in the range of documents Nasatir included, some which are unavailable elsewhere. The volume also includes seven maps; two facsimile illustrations; and an excerpt from the journal of Jean Baptiste Truteau, the Canadian-born explorer whose record of his 1794-95 travels proved valuable to Lewis and Clark. A.P. Nasatir (1904-1991) was Professor of History at San Diego State University. He coauthored the "The Imperial Osages" and "Pedro Vial and the Roads to Santa Fe". Published by the University of Oklahoma Press. Paperback, 896 pages

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