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1. 1807 Patrick Gass Journal 1807 Patrick Gass Journal 1807 Sargeant Patrick Gass, a sargeant with the Lewis and Clark expedition, published the first journal after the return of the expedition. The Library acquired the 1807 edition in 1953 with the $35,000 purchase...

2. 1811 Patrick Gass Journal 1811 Patrick Gass Journal December 15, 1904 Part of the Fitzpatrick purchase, this 1811 copy has particular significance because it once belonged to Elliott Coues, one of the editors of the Lewis and Clark journals. It is inscribed, “To Prof....

3. America's National Historic Trails America's National Historic Trails 1999 Chapter of the book about the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail, tracing the route of the Lewis and Clark expedition of 1804-1806 from Saint Louis to Portland, Oregon, and back, crossing the Kansas...

4. Before Lewis and Clark: Documents Illustrating the History of the Missouri, 1785-1804 Before Lewis and Clark: Documents Illustrating the History of the Missouri, 1785-1804 1990 Excerpts from letters of French, English, and Spanish emissaries, with edited commentary, concerning the exploration of the Missouri River area before the Lewis and Clark expedition, starting with 1785....

5. Big Blue River Big Blue River May 12, 1905 Short description of the Big Blue River, called in 1804 the "Blue Water River" by Lewis and Clark on their exploration of the Louisiana Territory.

6. Fort Osage Fort Osage 1987 Photo and history of Fort Osage, "the first United States government outpost in Louisiana Territory," selected for its site on the Lewis and Clark expedition in 1804 and established in 1808, supervised...

7. George Beauregard Strother George Beauregard Strother April 18, 1905 Biographical sketch of George Beauregard Strother, or George Strother, a Kansas City lawyer, "assistant attorney general of Missouri," native of Kentucky, and "lineal descendant of General George F. Strother,...

8. Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas 1935 Excerpts from the journals of the Lewis and Clark expedition about their encampments at the present site of Wyandotte County, Kansas, at the mouth of the Kansas River.

9. John Colter John Colter 1971 Chapter about John Colter (ca. 1774-1813), a member of the Lewis and Clark expedition, "remembered as the white discoverer of that land of steaming wonders--The Yellowstone, now our oldest and largest...

10. Lewis & Clark Found Nobody Home: Pondering the Mysteries of the Indians Who Preceded the White Man in Lewis & Clark Found Nobody Home: Pondering the Mysteries of the Indians Who Preceded the White Man in Kansas City October//1973 Information starting with Lewis and Clark about the history of Indians in the Kansas City area.

11. Lewis and Clark Statue Lewis and Clark Statue 2001 Two-page close-up of the Lewis and Clark statue located in Case Park at 8th and Jefferson Street entitled "Corp of Discovery." It was done by Eugene Daub and dedicated in 2000. The 18-foot tall statue...

12. Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present 1935 Biographical sketch of Captain Meriwether Lewis (1774-1809), a leading member of the Lewis and Clark expedition, a territorial governor of Missouri (then Louisiana Territory), and a native of Virginia....

13. Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present 1935 Portrait and one paragraph of biography of William Clark (1770-1838), of Lewis and Clark expedition fame. He was born in Virginia and became a military officer, appointed with Meriwether Lewis to explore...

14. Original Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804-1806 Original Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804-1806 1959 Mention of observations of "a great number of Parrot queets [parroqueets]" by the Lewis and Clark expedition in 1804-1806 near Kansas City.

15. Over the Santa Fe Trail, 1857 Over the Santa Fe Trail, 1857 1905 Book with illustrations and information about the Santa Fe Trail trips in the 1840s-1850s by western trader and Missouri Captain James Chiles (1833-1873), or Jim Crow Chiles, and others and about the retracing...

16. Passage of Discovery: The American Rivers Guide to the Missouri River of Lewis and Clark Passage of Discovery: The American Rivers Guide to the Missouri River of Lewis and Clark 1999 Chapter of the book on aspects of city planning of Kansas City in relation to its two major rivers, the Missouri and Kansas. Excerpts of descriptions of the area in the time of the Lewis and Clark expedition...

17. School History of the State of Missouri School History of the State of Missouri 1891 Portrait and biographical description of General Meriwether Lewis (1774-1808), co-leader of the Lewis and Clark expedition from Saint Louis to the Pacific Ocean in 1804, becoming a military general, governor...

18. Table I. Important Expedition Incidents Involving Sacagawea Table I. Important Expedition Incidents Involving Sacagawea This table lists occurrences during the Lewis and Clark Expedition that involved Sacagawea and that were noted in the journals. For instance, 11/04 Appears at Fort; 1/05 Pregnant; 2/05 Baptiste Born; 5/05...

19. The Mountain Men and the Fur Trade of the Far West The Mountain Men and the Fur Trade of the Far West 1971 Chapter of the book about Pierre Dorion, Sr., a Sioux Indian interpreter on the Lewis and Clark expedition, and his son, Pierre Dorion, Jr., an Indian interpreter with Manuel Lisa and then John Jacob Astor's...

20. The Mountain Men and the Fur Trade of the Far West The Mountain Men and the Fur Trade of the Far West 1972 Chapter of the book about John Newman (~1785~1838), a fur trapper born in Pennsylvania and moving to Ohio before joining the Lewis and Clark expedition in 1803 and afterwards living in Missouri and traveling...