Beginning a short distance above Fort Mandan, 180 maps depict the explorers' route in 1805-6 on the Missouri River in North Dakota and Montana, over ...Show synopsisBeginning a short distance above Fort Mandan, 180 maps depict the explorers' route in 1805-6 on the Missouri River in North Dakota and Montana, over the continental divide to Idaho, and on westward-flowing waters to the Snake-Columbia confluence in central Washington. As in Volume I, the maps contrast modern riverbeds to their courses at the time of exploration.Hide synopsis
Description:Near Fine, none. 4to, 222pp, Just minor shelfwear to this book....Near Fine, none. 4to, 222pp, Just minor shelfwear to this book. Beyond Fort Mandan (North Dakota/Montana)--to Continental Divide and Snake River (Idaho / Washington)--Outbound 1805; Return 1806.
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