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Do Them No Harm!: An Interpretation of the Lewis and Clark Expedition Among the Nez Perce Indians

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"Do Them No Harm" by Zoa L. Swayne is an interpretation of what the coming of Lewis & Clark meant to the Nez Perce Indians living in the Clearwater Valley in Idaho, 1805-1806. Lewis & Clark wrote daily entries in their journals. The Nez Perces preserved their legends, myths, & histories orally. From older Nez Perces the author learned certain stories that had survived from 1805-1806 until modern times. By blending the Nez Perce oral histories & legends with the facts as recorded by Lewis & Clark, "Do Them No Harm" presents ...

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Do Them No Harm!: An Interpretation of the Lewis and Clark Expedition Among the Nez Perce Indians 1990, Legacy House

ISBN-13: 9780960800858

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