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The Resource The fate of the corps : what became of the Lewis and Clark explorers after the expedition, Larry E. Morris

The fate of the corps : what became of the Lewis and Clark explorers after the expedition, Larry E. Morris

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The fate of the corps : what became of the Lewis and Clark explorers after the expedition
Title
The fate of the corps
Title remainder
what became of the Lewis and Clark explorers after the expedition
Statement of responsibility
Larry E. Morris
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"This book concentrates on fascinating events: the death of Meriwether Lewis; George Drouillard's murder trial; the New Madrid earthquakes; the rift between William Clark and York; John Collins's death at the hands of the Arikara"--P. 4
Biography type
collective biography
Cataloging source
TAC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1951-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Morris, Larry E.
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
F592.7.M685 2004
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Lewis, Meriwether
  • Lewis, Meriwether
  • Clark, William
  • Clark, William
  • Lewis and Clark Expedition
  • Explorers
  • Clark, William
  • Lewis, Meriwether
  • Lewis and Clark Expedition
  • Explorers
  • Friendship
  • United States, West
Label
The fate of the corps : what became of the Lewis and Clark explorers after the expedition, Larry E. Morris
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
"We descended with great velocity", The triumphant return of the Lewis and Clark Expedition -- "All the red men are my children", Lewis and Sheheke's visit to Thomas Jefferson -- "They appeared in violent rage", Pryor and Shannon's battle with Arikara -- "He saw the prairie behind him covered with Indians in full and rapid chase", The adventures of John Colter -- "This has not been done through malice", George Drouillard's murder trial -- "The gloomy and savage wilderness", The mysterious death of Meriwether Lewis -- "I give and recommend my soul", The deaths of George Gibson, Jean-Baptiste Lepage, and John Shields -- "A sincere and undisguised heart", George Shannon's early career -- "He must have fought in a circle on horseback", George Drouillard's death at the hands of the Blackfeet -- "Water as high as the trees", William Bratton and John Ordway and the Great Earthquake -- "She was a good and the best woman in the Fort", Sacagawea's death -- "The crisis is fast approaching", the Corps and the War of 1812 -- "We lost in all fourteen killed", John Collins and Toussaint Charbonneau among the mountain men -- "Taken with the cholera in Tennessee and died", The sad fate of York -- "Men on Lewis & Clark's trip", William Clark's accounting of expedition members -- "Active to the last", The final decades of the Corps
Control code
ocm62270759
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xviii, 284 p.
Isbn
9780300109726
Lccn
2004000196
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o62270759
  • (OCoLC)62270759
Label
The fate of the corps : what became of the Lewis and Clark explorers after the expedition, Larry E. Morris
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
"We descended with great velocity", The triumphant return of the Lewis and Clark Expedition -- "All the red men are my children", Lewis and Sheheke's visit to Thomas Jefferson -- "They appeared in violent rage", Pryor and Shannon's battle with Arikara -- "He saw the prairie behind him covered with Indians in full and rapid chase", The adventures of John Colter -- "This has not been done through malice", George Drouillard's murder trial -- "The gloomy and savage wilderness", The mysterious death of Meriwether Lewis -- "I give and recommend my soul", The deaths of George Gibson, Jean-Baptiste Lepage, and John Shields -- "A sincere and undisguised heart", George Shannon's early career -- "He must have fought in a circle on horseback", George Drouillard's death at the hands of the Blackfeet -- "Water as high as the trees", William Bratton and John Ordway and the Great Earthquake -- "She was a good and the best woman in the Fort", Sacagawea's death -- "The crisis is fast approaching", the Corps and the War of 1812 -- "We lost in all fourteen killed", John Collins and Toussaint Charbonneau among the mountain men -- "Taken with the cholera in Tennessee and died", The sad fate of York -- "Men on Lewis & Clark's trip", William Clark's accounting of expedition members -- "Active to the last", The final decades of the Corps
Control code
ocm62270759
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xviii, 284 p.
Isbn
9780300109726
Lccn
2004000196
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o62270759
  • (OCoLC)62270759

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