Lewis & Clark Expedition Illustrated Glossary

by Barbara Fifer

Did the Lewis and Clark Expedition really feast on anchovies and pheasants? Who are the Pahkee Indians? And what is an espontoon or a circumferentor? This is a quick aid to enjoying the journals kept from 1803 to 1806, with text and more than 100 photos and illustrations.

More than 500 entries cover:
-terms no longer commonly used
-wildlife new to Expedition members
-Indian nations met (and their actual names, compared to what the Corps thought they were called)
-brief biographies of Expedition members
-significant geographical features
-and more!

Paperback: 80 pages, 9 1/8, 6 b/w photos, 48 color photos, 50 illustrations, 3 map(s)