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Atlas of Lewis and Clark in Missouri

  • 138 Pages
  • 0.19 MB
  • English
University of Missouri Press , Columbia
Missouri -- Discovery and exploration., Missouri -- Description and travel., Missouri -- Historical geography --



StatementJames Harlan and James Denny.
ContributionsDenny, James, 1943-
LC ClassificationsF592.7 .H279 2003
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 138 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3673244M
ISBN 100826214738
LC Control Number2003005686

The Atlas of Lewis and Clark in Missouri is a splendid re- creation of the natural landscape in the days when a vast western frontier was about to be explored. The Corps of Discovery's expedition began in territorial Missouri, and this book of computer-generated maps opens an extraordinary window onto the rivers, land, and settlement patterns of the period.5/5(3).

Lewis and Clark weren’t, of course, the first explorers into the Missouri River. It had been mapped all the way to North Dakota.

This book prints all the documents describing these trips for the 20 years prior to the departure of Lewis and Clark from St. Louis. The Atlas of Lewis and Clark in Missouri by Harlan, James D.

and James M. Denny is now available. Read the abstract. If you would like to order a copy of the atlas please complete and mail or fax the order form. Order Form.

Alternatively, you can call the University of Missouri Press Toll Free This book was exactly what it advertised itself as: an ATLAS of Lewis & Clark's journey through what is now the state of Missouri.

The authors Harlan and Denny painstakingly researched and reconstructed Atlas of Lewis and Clark in Missouri book channel of the Missouri River and vegetative cover based on expedition field notes and those of the government township survey of /5(3). The thirteen-volume edition of the journals consists of an atlas of maps, a book of botanical specimens, and the diaries of Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, and four enlisted men; the volumes are published by the University of Nebraska Press.

A bighorn, one of the many species named by Lewis and Clark. Library of Congress/ LC-DIG-pga When U.S. President Thomas Jefferson sent former soldiers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark on Author: Rosemarie Ostler. This is a collection of Missouri County plat books published by W.W.

Hixson & Co.

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Although the exact year of publication is unclear, the volumes are estimated to be from the late s to early s. The plat books in this collection are held in the Special Collections Department at Ellis Library at the University of Missouri--Columbia and.

Atlas of Lewis & Clark in Missouri. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, [REF F H] Holland, Leandra Zim. Feasting and Fasting with Lewis and Clark: A Food and Social History of the Early s. Emigrant, MT: Old Yellowstone Publishing, [REF H] Holt, Glen E.

“The St. Louis Years of Lewis and Clark.” Gateway. Digitized in by the University of Missouri, Library Systems Office. Original held by the University of Missouri--Columbia, MU Libraries.

Subjects. Real property. Landowners. Geographic Areas. Missouri -- Clark County. Extent. 1 atlas (20 unnumbered leaves):. Funded in part by grants from the Idaho Governor's Lewis and Clark Trail Committee and the Montana Cultural Trust.

Robert N. Bergantino, An Evaluation of Original Lewis and Clark Information to Determine the Location of Travelers Rest Camp, Lolo, Montana (). See Moulton, Journals, ; ; Atlas maps Clark named. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.

Includes indexes, advertisements, brief history of Clark County, and brief biographies and portraits of early Clark County residents. LC copy imperfect: Front board and back board separated from binding.

Vendor: John Carbonell Acquisitions control no. Lewis and Clark move up the Mississippi River from the Ohio River to Tower Rock. Map 2:Nov. 26 - Dec. 12, Lewis and Clark continue the journey up the Mississippi River to St.

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Louis and Wood River. Map 3:May 14 - June 2, ; Return trip: Sept. 19 - 23, Lewis and Clark enter the Missouri River and journey to the mouth of the Osage Size: 1MB. The northernmost is at a latitude of about 45°35' N, the other is at 44°19' N. The latitude shown for the Three Forks of the Missouri on the Lewis and Clark map of is about 45°30' N, on Clark's map of it is about 45°20' N and on the Lewis and Clark map of it is 45°10' N.

The Story of Lewis and Clark Book 1: Up the Missouri River Historical (nonfiction) 1, words, Level Y (Grade 5), Lexile L. InPresident Thomas Jefferson asked his private secretary, Meriwether Lewis, to lead an expedition to find the Northwest Passage.

With the primary goals to geo-reference, digitize, and map all of the retrievable information from the Lewis and Clark journals and the 18th and 19th-century land survey notes along the Big River Corridors of the state of Missouri, this effort should serve as a significant educational contribution to the national commemoration of the Lewis and.

The Lewis and Clark Expedition launched officially from Camp Wood, just outside St. Louis, in the May ofand headed northwest on the Missouri River to Fort Mandan, a trading post, where the Corps of Discovery camped for the winter, and later departed for the expedition to the Pacific.

Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, and Members of the Corps of Discovery Atlas of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Meriwether Lewis and William Clark William Clark Edited by Gary E. Moulton. September Bison Books. The Definitive Journals of Lewis and Clark, Vol 3. Up the Missouri to Fort Mandan.

new edition. Meriwether Lewis and. Map 1. Route of Lewis and Clark in Kansas and Missouri. Outward Route Schedule: June 29 to September 7, Return Schedule: August 29 to Septem River Distance: Mouth of Kansas River to northernmost Nebraska-South Dakota boundary, estimated by Lewis and Clark as river miles.

Because of recent channelization and other river changes, the current. Before Lewis and Clark: Documents Illustrating the History of the Missouri, 2 vols., St.

Louis: St. Louis Historical Documents Foundation, Essentially a collection and translation of French and Spanish documents from the archives of Mexico, Spain, Canada, and France, though some are from U.S.

repositories and a handful are in. Clark County Missouri Plat Book: Sponsored by: University of Missouri Extension Council of Clark County; West Court Street, Kahoka, MO Ph.

() Miller Management Services, Inc.; E. Boone Industrial Dr. Suite Columbia, MO Ph. () Clark County Missouri Plat Book. “Anyone interested in the Lewis and Clark Expedition will enjoy looking at the specimens and tracing when and where Lewis made the collection via an accompanying map and appendix.

Botanists will find this book informative for matters of. Adding a more American twist to the mystery are a series of apocryphal, tongue-in-cheek ties to famed explorers Lewis and Clark.

Know Before You Go Follow directions to Coopers Landing. Rare Books focused on or related to the Lewis and Clark Expedition, - Lewis and Clark books. LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION PAGE _____ BEFORE LEWIS AND CLARK: Documents Illustrating the History of the Missouri, - Edited with an introductory narrative by A.P.

Nastair. Two volumes. First editions. Lewis and Clark expedition, –6, U.S. expedition that explored the territory of the Louisiana Purchase and the country beyond as far as the Pacific Ocean. Purpose Thomas Jefferson had long considered the project of a western expedition, having encouraged John Ledyard when he proposed such an expedition in the s, and as president he contemplated the matter in.

The Missouri County Plat Books collection, sponsored by the Missouri State Library, is a selection of county atlases and plat books from all over the state published from Contributing institutions include the Kansas City Public Library – Missouri Valley Special Collections; University of Missouri-Columbia – Ellis Library Special.

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The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, Volume 1: Atlas of the Lewis and Clark Expedition by Moulton, Gary E. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at History of Lewis, CLark, Knox and Scotland Counties, Missouri: From the Earliest Time to the Present; Together with Sundry Personal, Business and Professional Sketches and Numerous Family Records Walsworth Publishing Company, - Clark County (Mo.) - pages3/5(2).

History of Lewis, Clark, Knox and Scotland Counties, Missouri: From the Earliest Time to the Present: Together with Sundry Personal, Business and Professional Sketches and Numerous Family Records: Besides a Valuable Fund of Notes, Original Observations, Etc., Etc, Volume 2.

From June 26 - 28, the Lewis & Clark expedition camped at the confluence of the Kansas and Missouri rivers. Based on the expedition's impressions of the region, many Native American tribes in the East were relocated to what is now Kansas.

Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, Volume 1 - Atlas of the Lewis and Clark Expedition by Lewis, Meriwether and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. The Journals of Lewis and Clark are "the first report on the West, on the United States over the hill and beyond the sunset, on the province of the American future" (Bernard DeVoto).

Inthe great expanse of the Louisiana Purchase was an empty canvas. Keenly aware that the course of the nation's destiny lay westwardand that a "Voyage of Discovery" would be necessary to/5.The Lewis and Clark Expedition from Aug to Septemalso known as the Corps of Discovery Expedition, was the first expedition to cross the western portion of the United the s, the federal government memorialized the winter assembly encampment, Camp Dubois, as the start of the Lewis and Clark voyage of discovery and in it .Lewis and Clark in Kansas.

In President Thomas Jefferson asked Congress for funds to send an expedition from the Missouri River to the Pacific Northwest. This was in anticipation of the acquisition of Louisiana Territory.

France sold thesquare miles in this territory to the United States for 60 million francs ($15 million).