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How to Find Information on the Lewis and Clark Expedition: A Pathfinder


This guide will introduce some of the resources available on the LEWIS & CLARK EXPEDITION OF 1804-1806. The various types of library materials useful in research are described along with some examples of each type. This guide is not a comprehensive listing of sources, but is intended to be a starting point from which readers can begin their research according to their specific needs.


BOOKS

There are a number of primary and secondary sources on the expedition. Primary sources include:

  • History of the Expedition under the Command of Lewis and Clark, to the sources of the Missouri River, Thence across the Rocky Mountains and down the Columbia River to the Pacific Ocean, performed during the years 1804-5-6/ by order of the government of the United States. (Special Collections 973.461 L675h)
  • Atlas of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, vol. 1 in The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expeditions. (Main 917.8042 J86)

Examples of secondary sources are:

  • Lewis and Clark: The Great Adventure by Donald Barr Chidsey
  • (Main 978 C)
  • Lewis and Clark: Voyage of Discovery by Stephen Ambrose (Main 917.8042 A496L)
  • The Trail of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1904 by Olin D. Wheeler
    Accessible online at: http://cgsc.cdmhost.com/u?/p4013coll11,117 (Main 917.8042 W426t)

To find other titles that may be in CARL's collection, search the CARL Online Catalog. Use the subject keywords: Lewis Clark Expedition.


INDEXES AND ABSTRACTS

These resources will provide citations to articles and reports on specific topics. Some journals also have their own consolidated indexes and can be a valuable source for information. These online sources are available from Fort Leavenworth or CARL computers.


INTERNET

A few of the many on military history, these sites have both good content and links to other sites.
**When Searching the Internet, please consider the authority behind the information**


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