The Definitive Journals of Lewis and Clark, Vol 13

The Definitive Journals of Lewis and Clark, Vol 13

Comprehensive Index

Meriwether Lewis and William Clark
Edited by Gary E. Moulton

174 pages

Paperback

May 2004

978-0-8032-8033-5

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About the Book

In twelve remarkable volumes, Gary E. Moulton has edited the journals of the Lewis and Clark expedition of 1804–6, thus making clear and accessible to all readers the plethora of maps and words with which Meriwether Lewis and William Clark documented one of the greatest ventures of discovery in American history. With the Comprehensive Index, the thirteenth volume, Moulton completes his work—and offers everyone who consults the Journals a complete and detailed means of locating specific passages, references, and particular people or places within the larger work.

Throughout the edition, his guiding principles have been clarity and ease of use. Consequently, the notes are indexed more thoroughly here than in most works and include modern place-names, modern denominations for Indian nations, and current popular and scientific names for various cited species. This volume also contains a list of corrections for earlier volumes.

Author Bio

Gary E. Moulton is Thomas C. Sorensen Professor of American History at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. His editing of the Lewis and Clark journals earned him the J. Franklin Jameson Award of the American Historical Association and the Outstanding Research and Creative Activity Award from the University of Nebraska.

Praise

"The University of Nebraska Press has become the pre-eminent publisher of Lewis and Clark titles, including what is now considered the definitive edition of the journals edited by Nebraska history professor Gary Moulton."—John Marshall, Seattle Post-Intelligencer

“The publication of the Comprehensive Index, the thirteenth volume in this definitive set, facilitates ready access to the passages, places, and peoples contained within the writings of the Corps of Discovery. The inclusion of popular, scientific, and modern names. . . . increases the accessibility and value of the entire collection.”—Montana: The Magazine of Western History

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