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  • Exploring and Mapping the American West

    Judy Alter

    Library Binding (Childrens Pr, March 1, 2001)
    Describes the exploration and mapping of the American West from prehistoric Indian maps through the geographical information gathered by the Spanish explorers, the expeditions of Lewis and Clark and Zebulon Pike, and the mapping done by the U.S. Army and the railroad companies.Describes the exploration and mapping of the American West from Indian maps through the information gathered by the Spanish, the expeditions of Lewis and Clark and Zebulon Pike, and the work of the U.S. Army and the railroads.
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  • Exploring and Mapping the American West

    Judy Alter

    Paperback (Childrens Pr, Nov. 16, 2001)
    Describes the exploration and mapping of the American West from prehistoric Indian maps through the geographical information gathered by the Spanish explorers, the expeditions of Lewis and Clark and Zebulon Pike, and the mapping done by the U.S. Army and the railroad companies.Describes the exploration and mapping of the American West from Indian maps through the information gathered by the Spanish, the expeditions of Lewis and Clark and Zebulon Pike, and the work of the U.S. Army and the railroads.
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  • Exploring the American West, 1803-1879

    Richard A. Bartlett, National Park Service (U.S.)

    Paperback (National Park Service, June 16, 1983)
    Official National Park illustrated handbook chronicles how the land between the Mississippi River and the Pacific Ocean was explored, mapped, photographed, and settled between 1803 and 1879. Part one includes a brief historical narrative of the events that lured men westward between 1803-1879. Part two describes the mountain men, explorers and scientists who helped in the western expansion to the Pacific Ocean. Part three is a documented pictorial record created by artists, cartographers, and photographers who accompanied the organized expeditions to the west.
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  • Lewis and Clark: Exploring the American West

    Kate Robinson

    Library Binding (Enslow Pub Inc, April 1, 2010)
    After trekking over four thousand miles, Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, and the Corps of Discovery sighted the Pacific Ocean. The two great explorers carved their names on trees to prove that U.S. military officers had reached the Pacific by land. Lewis and Clark failed to achieve their ultimate goal of finding a direct water route across the continent. However, the explorers discovered numerous animal and plant species unknown to western science, mapped uncharted territory, interacted with many American Indian nations, and helped open up the West for American expansion.
  • Exploring the American West

    James L. Collins

    Library Binding (Franklin Watts, Feb. 1, 1989)
    Recounts the exploits of explorers of the American West, from Daniel Boone in the late 1700s to John Charles Frâemont in the 1850s.
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  • Exploring the American West, 1803-1879

    Richard Bartlett

    Paperback (Jefferson Natl Expansion Historical, Dec. 16, 1982)
    127 pages
  • Exploring the American West, 1803-1879

    Richard A. Bartlett, National Park Service (U.S.)

    Mass Market Paperback (US Government Printing Office, Aug. 16, 1982)
    Official National Park illustrated handbook chronicles how the land between the Mississippi River and the Pacific Ocean was explored, mapped, photographed, and settled between 1803 and 1879. Part one includes a brief historical narrative of the events that lured men westward between 1803-1879. Part two describes the mountain men, explorers and scientists who helped in the western expansion to the Pacific Ocean. Part three is a documented pictorial record created by artists, cartographers, and photographers who accompanied the organized expeditions to the west.
  • Exploring the American West, 1803-1879

    Richard A. Bartlett, William H. Goetzmann

    Paperback (Diane Pub Co, Aug. 1, 1982)
    Book by Bartlett, Richard A., Goetzmann, William H.
  • Exploring the American West, 1803-1879

    Richard A. Bartlett

    Paperback (United States Govt Printing Office, June 1, 1983)
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