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A New Lewis and Clark Map
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TitleA New Lewis and Clark Map
DescriptionMap drawn by Lewis and Clark depicts Missouri prior to its statehood, as well as surrounding frontier area, including territory now encompassed by Arkansas, Kansas, and other western states. Map shows the path of the Mississippi, Arkansas, Illinois, and other rivers, and shows general areas occupied by Indian tribes, including the Ozages (sic) and Arkansas.
Dimensions25 x 20 in.
NotesCaption on front of map: "War Department copy of a map prepared by Lewis and Clark in 1804; original in the National Archives. Published by the Missouri Historical Society, aided by a grant from the Research Board of the University of Illinois, to accompany Donald Jackson's "A New Lewis and Clark Map" in the Bulletin of the Missouri Historical Society, Volume XVII, Number 2, January, 1961.
Location DepictedMidwest (U.S.)
West (U.S.)
CreatorMeriweather Lewis and William Clark
Call NumberLARGE MAP: Pioneer Trails, #15
Expeditions & surveys
Indigenous peoples
Frontier & pioneer life
Local SubjectLewis, Meriwether
Clark, William
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
Access This ItemThis map is not available online. You may come to the Missouri Valley Room to view it.
Item ID219621
Item TypeMap
CONTENTdm number1827
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