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The Journals of Lewis and Clark - Excerpts from The History of the Lewis and Clark Expedition

Nicholas Biddle

In 1804, President Jefferson asked two Virginians—Meriwether Lewis and William Clark—to lead an expedition into the unexplored wilderness of North America. The journals of these explorers are both a priceless piece of national history and a great adventure story. With descriptions of Native American tribes and life-and-death struggles against the elements, this book will transport you to the early days of American exploration.

In 1804, President Jefferson asked two Virginians—Meriwether Lewis and William Clark—to lead an expedition into the unexplored wilderness of North America. The journals of these explorers are both a priceless piece of national history and a great adventure story. With descriptions of Native American tribes and life-and-death struggles against the elements, this book will transport you to the early days of American exploration.
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History

Description:

In 1804, President Jefferson asked two Virginians—Meriwether Lewis and William Clark—to lead an expedition into the unexplored wilderness of North America. The journals of these explorers are both a priceless piece of national history and a great adventure story. With descriptions of Native American tribes and life-and-death struggles against the elements, this book will transport you to the early days of American exploration.

Language:

English

Narrators:

Norman Dietz

Length:

4h 49m


Chapters

Free Sample

05:00

Introduction
Introduction

14:32


Chapter 1
Chapter 1

34:26


Chapter 2
Chapter 2

41:23


Chapter 3
Chapter 3

16:42


Chapter 4
Chapter 4

49:39


Chapter 5
Chapter 5

35:30


Chapter 6
Chapter 6

13:23


Chapter 7
Chapter 7

32:10


Chapter 8
Chapter 8

31:16


Chapter 9
Chapter 9

18:24


Chapter 10
Chapter 10

01:37