Books & Articles
The following list of recommended readings has been been prepared by the University of Nebraska Press in consultation with Advisory Board member James Ronda.
Off Site Articles
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- "Landscape Change at the Confluence: From Lewis and Clark to the Present" by John L. Allen in North Dakota History 69.2–4 (2002): 2–23.
- "Snake Frontiers: The Eastern Shoshones in the Eighteenth Century" by Colin G. Calloway in Annals of Wyoming 63.3 (1991): 82–92.
- "Some Medical Aspects of the Lewis and Clark Expedition" by Cindy Fent in North Dakota History 53.1 (1986): 24–28.
- "'To Acquire What Knolege You Can': The Scientific Contributions of Lewis and Clark" by Robert McCracken Peck in South Dakota History 34.1 (2004): 5–27.
- "An Introduction to the History of the Fur Trade on the Northern Plains" by W. Raymond Wood in North Dakota History 61.3 (1994): 2–6.
- "John Thomas Evans: An Overlooked Precursor to Lewis and Clark" by W. Raymond Wood in North Dakota History 68.2 (2001): 27–37.