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The Resource Lewis and Clark on the trail of discovery : the journey that shaped America, Rod Gragg

Lewis and Clark on the trail of discovery : the journey that shaped America, Rod Gragg

Label
Lewis and Clark on the trail of discovery : the journey that shaped America
Title
Lewis and Clark on the trail of discovery
Title remainder
the journey that shaped America
Statement of responsibility
Rod Gragg
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Describes the expedition led by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark to explore the unknown western regions of America at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Includes facsimiles of journal entries, maps, and letters inserted in folders and under flaps
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Gragg, Rod
Dewey number
917.804/2
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Lewis and Clark Expedition
  • West (U.S.)
  • West (U.S.)
  • Toy and movable books
  • Lewis and Clark Expedition
  • Lewis, Meriwether
  • Clark, William
  • West (U.S.)
  • Explorers
  • Toy and movable books
Target audience
pre adolescent
Label
Lewis and Clark on the trail of discovery : the journey that shaped America, Rod Gragg
Link
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0613/2002154618-d.html
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"A museum in a book"--Cover
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
"Day after tomorrow I shall set out"; young Virginian embarks on a hazardous assignment -- "We received the Treaty from Paris"; mightier mission for an expanding nation -- "I will chearfully join you"; a historic partnership is forged -- "Set out...up the Missourie"; a well-prepared party heads upstream -- "Robust young backwoodsmen"; inside the Corps of discovery -- "Set out early and proceeded on"; perseverance amidst obstacles and tragedy -- "I felt...compeled to draw my sword"; a tense standoff with the Teton Sioux -- "We commence building our cabins"; a winter of waiting at Fort Mandan -- "Equal fortitude and resolution"; Sacagawea demonstrates cool-headed courage -- "Most romantic appearance"; Spectacular scenery in the wilderness west -- "I swung my pack and set forward"; a difficult decision determines the fate of the expedition -- "My feet is very much brused & cut"; through hardship and danger, the Corps struggles westward -- "I was overjoyed at the sight of this stranger"; saved by the Shoshone -- "Mountains in every direction as far as I could see"; fatigue and frustration in the wilderness -- "We set out down the great Columbia"; down the Columbia to the Pacific -- "Ocian in view! O! the joy!"; the Corps reaches the coast -- "Our homeward bound journey"; hardship, bloodshed, and determination on the way home -- "We...received a harty welcom"; the final stages of the journey -- "We have penitrated the continent of North America"; the great adventure becomes history -- "All the success which could have been expected"; conclusion, how the expedition shaped America
Control code
ocm51098194
Dimensions
27 x 31 cm.
Extent
48 p.
Isbn
9781401600754
Lccn
2002154618
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), maps
System control number
(OCoLC)51098194
Label
Lewis and Clark on the trail of discovery : the journey that shaped America, Rod Gragg
Link
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0613/2002154618-d.html
Publication
Note
"A museum in a book"--Cover
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
"Day after tomorrow I shall set out"; young Virginian embarks on a hazardous assignment -- "We received the Treaty from Paris"; mightier mission for an expanding nation -- "I will chearfully join you"; a historic partnership is forged -- "Set out...up the Missourie"; a well-prepared party heads upstream -- "Robust young backwoodsmen"; inside the Corps of discovery -- "Set out early and proceeded on"; perseverance amidst obstacles and tragedy -- "I felt...compeled to draw my sword"; a tense standoff with the Teton Sioux -- "We commence building our cabins"; a winter of waiting at Fort Mandan -- "Equal fortitude and resolution"; Sacagawea demonstrates cool-headed courage -- "Most romantic appearance"; Spectacular scenery in the wilderness west -- "I swung my pack and set forward"; a difficult decision determines the fate of the expedition -- "My feet is very much brused & cut"; through hardship and danger, the Corps struggles westward -- "I was overjoyed at the sight of this stranger"; saved by the Shoshone -- "Mountains in every direction as far as I could see"; fatigue and frustration in the wilderness -- "We set out down the great Columbia"; down the Columbia to the Pacific -- "Ocian in view! O! the joy!"; the Corps reaches the coast -- "Our homeward bound journey"; hardship, bloodshed, and determination on the way home -- "We...received a harty welcom"; the final stages of the journey -- "We have penitrated the continent of North America"; the great adventure becomes history -- "All the success which could have been expected"; conclusion, how the expedition shaped America
Control code
ocm51098194
Dimensions
27 x 31 cm.
Extent
48 p.
Isbn
9781401600754
Lccn
2002154618
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), maps
System control number
(OCoLC)51098194

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