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The Journal of Lewis and Clarke (1840)

Meriwether Lewis (1774-1809)

1. 01 Jefferson's Message
2. 02 Preface
3. 03 Chapter I
4. 04 Chapter II
5. 05 Chapter III
6. 06 Chapter IV
7. 07 Chapter V
8. 08 Chapter VI
9. 09 Chapter VII
10. 10 Chapter VIII
11. 11 Chapter IX
12. 12 Chapter X
13. 13 Chapter XI
14. 14 Chapter XII
15. 15 Chapter XIII
16. 16 Chapter XIV
17. 17 Chapter XV
18. 18 Chapter XVI
19. 19 Chapter XVII
20. 20 Chapter XVIII
21. 21 Chapter XIX
22. 22 Chapter XX
23. 23 Chapter XXI Part 1
24. 24 Chapter XXI Part 2
25. 25 Chapter XXI Part 3
26. 26 Chapter XXI Part 4
27. 27 Dictionary of Indian
28. 28 Appendix

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"The expedition of Messrs. Lewis and Clarke, for exploring the river Missouri, and the best communication from that to the Pacific Ocean, has had all the success which could be expected. They have traced the Missouri nearly to its source; descended the Columbia to the Pacific Ocean, ascertained with accuracy the Geography, of that interesting communication across the continent; learned the character of the country, its commerce and inhabitants; and it is but justice to say that Messrs. Lewis and Clarke, and their brave companions, have, by this arduous service, deserved well of their country." This volume is the 1840 edition with woodcut images and an Indian vocabulary. They may be viewed by clicking on the text URL.