Lewis & Clark among the Indians



by James P. Ronda


1984
University of Nebraska Press,
Lincoln and London






Contents
Introduction to the Bicentennial Edition
Preface
Acknowledgments
1. The Voyage Begins
2. The Teton Confrontation
3. The Arikara Interlude
4. The Mandan Winter
5. Lewis and Clark as Plains Ethnographers
6. Across the Divide
7. Down the Columbia
8. The Clatsop Winter
9. The Way Home
Afterword
Appendix: A Note of Sacagawea
Bibliography



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