Exploring Lewis and Clark : : reflections on men and wilderness

Title Exploring Lewis and Clark : : reflections on men and wilderness
Names Slaughter, Thomas P.
Book Number BR014695
Title Status Active
Medium Braille
Annotation Historian evaluates nineteenth-century explorers Meriwether Lewis and Willam Clark as human beings by analyzing their journals and the "cultural imperatives behind them." Essays discuss the enslavement and fate of their female Shoshone guide, treatment of Clark's slave York, and experiences with hunting, dreams, and snakes. 2003.
Local Subject Biography & Autobiography - BIO
Adult Non-Fiction - AN
History - HST
History - History of the American West - HUSW
Adult Book - AD
Short Book - SH
History - U.S., frontier history - HUSF
History, United States - HUS
Biography - Scientists & Explorers - BIT
Biography - Historical - BIH
Braille Book Review, Nov-Dec 2004 - B604
Audience Notes A
LC Subject Explorers - West (U.S.) - Biography
Indians of North America - West (U.S.) - History - 19th century
Wilderness areas - West (U.S.) - History - 19th century
West (U.S.) - Discovery and exploration
West (U.S.) - Description and travel
Call Number 917.8042 ANF
Language English
Released 2003
Publication Info Washington, D.C. : National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress, 2003 (CPH, transcribing agency. CPH, distributor.)
Original Publication Transcription of: 1st ed. New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 2003.
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