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Lewis and Clark Reframed: Examining Ties to Cook, Vancouver, and MacKenzie (Paperback)

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Meriwether Lewis and William Clark benefited from Spanish, British, and French explorers who reached the Pacific Northwest before them. James Cook, George Vancouver, and Alexander Mackenzie--and to a lesser extent fur traders John Meares and Robert Gray--directly and indirectly influenced the expedition. Based on new material as well as revised essays from popular history journals, "Lewis and Clark Reframed" examines several curious and seemingly inexplicable aspects of the journey after the Corps of Discovery crossed the Rocky Mountains.
Product Details
ISBN: 9780874223804
ISBN-10: 0874223806
Publisher: Washington State University Press
Publication Date: December 1st, 2020
Pages: 156
Language: English