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- Subject is exactly "Lewis and Clark Expedition (1804-1806)"
Letter from William Clark to Jonathan Clark, 8 March 1810
Clark writes his brother Jonathan from Fincastle, Virginia, updating him on the status of having the history of the Lewis and Clark Expedition written and published. Gives the route they plan on taking home to St. Louis. Julia and son M. Lewis are…
Letter from William Clark to Jonathan Clark, 12 January 1810
Clark writes his brother Jonathan from Washington, D.C., with updates regarding his success in getting possession of expedition records and the steps he is taking to get the expedition history written and published. He still is not inclined to accept…
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Letter from William Clark to Jonathan Clark, 22 and 24 November 1808
Clark writes his brother Jonathan a lengthy letter from St. Louis regarding foreign affairs, politics, Native American affairs, and land investment and resources such as lead mining and salt springs. He has placed some of his enslaved people and one…
Letter from William Clark to Jonathan Clark, 22 January 1807
Clark writes his brother Jonathan from Washington, D. C., reporting on activities there and his flattering treatment in wake of the successful return of the expedition. He reports he has discussed the Burr Conspiracy with President Jefferson and…
Letter from William Clark to Jonathan Clark, 23 September 1806
Clark's letter to his brother Jonathan was written with the intent of announcing the Corps of Discovery's succcessful return from its expedition to the Pacific Ocean and was intended for publication. Clark summarizes the expedition's activities since…
Enid and friends, ca, 1890
Enid Bland Yandell (on right) poses with three unidentified women.