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Bibliography: Lewis & Clark Expedition

(October 1999)

Books and Journal Articles:

Abbott, Carl. The Great Extravaganza: Portland and the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Portland: Oregon Historical Society, 1981.

Abraham, Terry. "Here Before Lewis and Clark." Idaho Yesterdays. 34, no.2 (1990): 28-30.

Abrams, Rochonne. "The Colonial Childhood of Meriwether Lewis," Bulletin of the Missouri Historical Society, Vol. XXXIV (July 1978).

--. "Meriwether Lewis: Two Years With Jefferson, the Mentor." Missouri Historical Society Bulletin. 36, no.1 (1979): 3-18.

--. "Meriwether Lewis: The Logistical Imagination." Missouri Historical Society Bulletin. 36, no.4 (1980): 228-240.

--. "A Song of the Promise of the Land: The Style of the Lewis and Clark Journals." Missouri Historical Society Bulletin. 32, no.3 (1976): 141-157.

Allen, John Logan. "An Analysis of the Exploratory Process: The Lewis and Clark Expedition of 1804-1806." Geographical Review. 6, no.91 (1972): 13-39.

--. "Lewis and Clark on the Upper Missouri: Decision at the Marias." Montana: The Magazine of Western History. 21, no.3 (1971): 2-17.

--. Passage Through the Garden: Lewis and Clark and the Image of the American Northwest. Urbana [Il.]: University of Illinois Press, 1975.

Ambrose, Stephen. Undaunted Courage: Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, and the opening of the American West. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1996.

Anderson, Irving W. "A Charbonneau Family Portrait: Profiles of the American West." American West. 17, no.2 (1980): 4-13, 58-64.

--. "Probing the Riddle of the Bird Woman." Montana: The Magazine of Western History. 23, no.4 (1973): 2-17.

Appleman, Roy E. "Joseph and Reubin Field, Kentucky Frontiersmen of the Lewis and Clark Expedition and Their Father, Abraham." Filson Club Quarterly. 49, no.1 (1975): 5-36.

--. Lewis and Clark: Historic Places Associated with Their Transcontinental Exploration (1804-1806), Volume 13. Robert G. Ferris, series ed. National Historic Sites and Buildings series. Washington D.C.: U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, 1975.

--. "The Lost Site of Camp Wood: The Lewis and Clark Winter Camp, 1803-1804." Journal of the West. 7, no.2 (1968): 270-274.

Bakeless, John . Lewis and Clark: Partners in Discovery. New York, 1947.

--. The Adventures of Lewis and Clark. Houghton & Mifflin, 1962.

Barth, Gunther. "Timeless Journals: Reading Lewis and Clark with Nicholas Biddle's Help." Pacific Historical Review. 63, no.4 (1994): 499-519.

Bedini, Silvio A. "The Scientific Instruments of the Lewis and Clark Expedition." Great Plains Quarterly. 4, no.1 (1984): 54-69.

Bergen, Frank, (ed.) The Journals of Lewis and Clark. Penguin, 1995.

--. "The Journals of Lewis and Clark: An American Epic." In: Old West-New West: Centennial Essays. Meldrum, Barbara Howard, (ed.) Moscow: University of Idaho Press, 1993; 133-145.

Betts, Robert. In Search of York: The Slave Who Went to the Pacific with Lewis and Clark. Boulder: Colorado Associated University Press, 1985.

Biddle, Nicholas, (ed.) History of the Expedition under the Command of Captains Lewis and Clark. 2 volumes. Philadelphia, 1814.

Bishop, Beverly D. "Eyewitnesses of the Past: The Archival Collections." Gateway Heritage. 1, no.1 (1980): 40-45.

--. "The Writingest Explorers: Manuscripts of the Lewis and Clark Expedition." Gateway Heritage. 2, no.2 (1981): 22-29.

Bolas, Deborah. "Books From an Expedition: A Publications History of the Lewis and Clark Journals." Gateway Heritage. 2, no.2 (1981): 30-35.

Boss, Richard C. "Keelboat, Pirogue, and Canoe: Vessels Used by the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery." Nautical Research Journal. 38, no.3 (1993): 68-87.

Botkin, Daniel. Our Natural History: The Lessons of Lewis and Clark. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1995.

Brown, D. Alexander. "The Mysterious Death of a Hero." American History Illustrated. 5, no.9 (1971): 18-27.

Burroughs, Raymond Darwin. The Natural History of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 1961.

Cappon, Lester J. "Who is the Author of 'History of the Expedition under the Command of Captains Lewis and Clark' (1814)?" William and Mary Quarterly. 19 (April 1962): 257-268.

Carriker, Robert C. "Following the Trail of the Captains: The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition at Midpoint." Idaho Yesterdays. 33, no.2 (1989): 25-30.

Carter, Clarence Edwin. The Territorial Papers of the United States, Vols. XIII-XV: The Territory of Louisiana-Missouri. Washington D.C., 1948-1951.

Chandler, M.G. "Sidelights on Sacagawea." Masterkey. 43, no.2 (1969): 58-66.

Chaput, Donald. "The Early Missouri Graduates of West Point: Officers or Merchants?" Missouri Historical Review. 72, no.3 (1978): 262-270.

Chidsey, Donald Barr. Lewis and Clark: The Great Adventure. New York: Crown, 1970.

Chuinard, Eldon G. "The Actual Role of the Bird Woman." Montana: The Magazine of Western History. 26, no.3 (1976): 18-29.

--. Only One Man Died: The Medical Aspects of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. A.H. Clark, 1979.

--. "Thomas Jefferson and the Corps of Discovery: Could He Have Done More?" American West. 12, no.6 (1975): 4-13.

Clark, Charles G. The Men of the Lewis and Clark Expedition: A Biographical Roster of the Fifty-One Members and a Composite Diary of Their Activities From All Known Sources. Glendale [Ca.]: Arthur H. Clark Co., 1970.

Clark, Ella E. and Margot Edmonds. Sacagawea of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Berkley: University of California Press, 1979.

Coues, Elliot, (ed.) The History of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. New York: Dover ed., 1987; reprint of 1893 Francis P. Harper 4-vol. ed., 1893.

Crawford, Anthony R. "Exploring the Wilderness: The Lewis and Clark Expedition." Gateway Heritage. 2, no.2 (1981): 8-21.

Criswell, Elijah Harry. Lewis & Clark: Linguistic Pioneers. University of Missouri Studies, Volume XV, No. 2. Columbia [Mo.]: University of Missouri, 1940.

Cutright, Paul Russell. Lewis and Clark: Pioneering Naturalists. Urbana [Il.]: 1969.

--. A History of the Lewis and Clark Journals. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1976.

--. "Jefferson's Instructions to Lewis and Clark." Bulletin of the Missouri Historical Society. 22, no.3 (1966): 302-320.

--. "The Journal of Private Joseph Whitehouse, A Soldier with Lewis and Clark." Bulletin of the Missouri Historical Society. 28 (April 1972): 143-161.

--. "Lewis and Clark Begin a Journey." Missouri Historical Society Bulletin. 24, no. 1 (1967): 20-35.

--. "Lewis and Clark Indian Peace Medals." Missouri Historical Society Bulletin. 24, no.2 (1968): 160-167.

--. "Lewis on the Marias 1806." Montana: The Magazine of Western History. 18, no.3 (1968): 30-43.

--. "Meriwether Lewis: Botanist." Oregon Historical Quarterly. 69 (June 1968): 148-170.

--. "Meriwether Lewis Prepares for a Trip West." Bulletin of the Missouri Historical Society. 23, no.1 (1966). 3-20.

--. "The Odyssey of the Magpie and the Prairie Dog." Missouri Historical Society Bulletin. 23, no.3 (1967): 215-228.

Dawson, Jan C. "Sacagawea: Pilot or Pioneer Mother?" Pacific Northwest Quarterly. 83, no.1 (1992): 22-28.

DeVoto, Bernard. Journals of Lewis and Clark. New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1953.

Dillon, Richard. Meriwether Lewis: A Biography. New York: Coward-McCann, 1965.

Drabek, Christopher D. "The Lewis and Clark Exposition, 1905." Pacific Northwest Forum. 7, no.1 (1994): 57-67.

Duncan, Dayton. "Trailing Lewis and Clark on the Missouri: Out West: An American Journey." American West. 24, no.3 (1987): 32-38.

Dyson, John P. "The Naming of Paducah." Register of Kentucky Historical Society. 92, no.2 (1994): 149-174.

Egan, Clifford L. "Joel Barlow's Suggestion to Rename the Columbia." Oregon Historical Quarterly. 74, no.3 (1973): 268-270.

Ehrlich, George. "The 1807 Plan for an Illustrated Edition of Lewis and Clark." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography. 109, no.1 (1985): 43-58.

--. "The Illustrations in the Lewis and Clark Journals: One Artist or Two?" Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society. 134, no.2 (1990): 95-110.

Eide, Ingvard Henry. American Odyssey: The Journey of Lewis and Clark. Chicago: Rand McNally, 1969.

Erickson, Vernon. "Lewis and Clark on the Upper Missouri." North Dakota History. 40, no.2 (1973): 34-37.

Ewers, John C. "Plains Indians Reactions to the Lewis and Clark Expedition." Montana: The Magazine of Western History. 16 (January 1966): 2-12.

Fent, Cindy. "Some Medical Aspects of the Lewis and Clark Expedition." North Dakota History. 53, no.1 (1986): 24-28.

Fields, Wayne D. "The Meaning of Lewis and Clark." Gateway Heritage. 2, no.2 (1981): 2-7.

Finley, Helen Deveneau and Ada Paris Klein (ed.). "The Lewis and Clark Expedition," Missouri Historical Review, Pt. I, 42 (April 1948) 249-70; Pt. II (July 1948) 343-66; Pt. III, 43 (October 1948) 48-70; Pt. IV (January 1949) 145-59.

Fisher, Vardis. Suicide or Murder: The Strange Death of Governor Meriwether Lewis. Chicago: Swallow Press, 1962.

Foley, William E. "The Lewis and Clark Expeditions' Silent Partners: The Chouteau Brothrs of St. Louis." Missouri Historical Review. 77, no.2 (1983): 131-146.

Foley, William E. and Rice, Charles David. "The Return of the Mandan Chief." Montana: The Magazine of Western History. 29, no.3 (1979): 2-15.

Furtwagler, Albert. Acts of Discovery: Visions of America in the Lewis and Clark Journals. Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1997.

Gass, Patrick. A Journal of the Voyages and Travels of a Corps of Discovery Under the Command of Captain Lewis and Captain Clark. Minneapolis: Ross and Haines, 1958.

Goodwin, Cardinal L. "Early Explorations and Settlements of Missouri and Arkansas, 1803-1822," Missouri Historical Review, XIV (April-July 1920), p. 385-424.

Greenfield, Bruce. "The Problem of the Discoverer's Authority in Lewis and Clark's History." In: Macropolitics of Nineteenth-Century Literature: Nationalism, Exoticism, Imperialism. Arac, Jonathon and Ritvo, Harriet, eds. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1991; 12-36.

Hagen, Cecil. "Liberated Women?.Not Those Lewis and Clark Met on Their Way." Pacific Northwesterner. 25, no.2 (1981): 17-25.

Hawke, David Freeman. Those Tremendous Mountains: The Story of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. New York: W.W. Norton & Co., 1980.

--. "William Clark and the Mapping of the West." Gateway Heritage. 10, no.3 (1989-90): 4-13.

Heilbron, Bertha L., Robert H. Bahmer, and Paul M. Angle. "The Case of the Clark Papers." Minnesota History. 36 (June 1959): 216-229.

Henrickson, Stephen E. "This Place of Encampment." American History Illustrated. 20, no.5 (1985): 22-33.

Holden, Constance. "The Continental Divide and Death Delayed." Science. 204 (6 May 1994): 771.

Holloway, David. Lewis and Clark And the Crossing of North America. Great Explorer Series. New York: Saturday Review, 1974.

Holt, Glen F. "After the Journey was Over: The St. Louis Years of Lewis and Clark." Gateway Heritage. 2, no.2 (1981): 42-48.

Hosmer, James K. History of the Expeditions of Captains Lewis and Clark. Chicago: A.C. McClurg & Co., 1904.

Howard, Harold. "The Mystery of Sacagawea's Death." Pacific Northwest Quarterly. 58, no.1 (1967): 1-6.

--. Sacagawea. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1971.

Jackson, Donald. Among Sleeping Giants: Occasional Pieces on Lewis and Clark. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1987.

--. "Jefferson, Meriwether Lewis, and the Reduction of the United States Army." Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society. 124, no.2 (1980): 91-96.

-- (ed.). Letters of the Lewis and Clark Expedition with Related Documents, 1783-1854, Volumes I and II. Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1978.

--. "Lewis and Clark Among the Oto." Nebraska History. 41 (1960): 237-248.

--. "A New Lewis and Clark Map." Bulletin of the Missouri Historical Society. 17 (1960): 117-132.

--. "On Reading Lewis and Clark." Montana: The Magazine of Western History. 18, no.3 (1968): 2-7.

--. "The Race to Publish Lewis and Clark." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography. 85, no.2 (1961): 163-177.

--. "Some Advice for the Next Publisher of Lewis and Clark." Missouri Historical Society Bulletin. 24, no.1 (1967): 52-62.

--. "Some Books Carried by Lewis and Clark." Bulletin of the Missouri Historical Society. 16 (1959): 3-13.

--. Thomas Jefferson and the Stony Mountains: Exploring the West from Monticello. Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1981.

Kessler, Donna J. The Making of Sacagawea: A Euro-American Legend. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1996.

Kushner, Howard I. "The Suicide of Meriwether Lewis: A Psychoanalytic Inquiry." William and Mary Quarterly. 38, no.3 (1981): 464-481.

La Force, Alice Furtney (ed.). "The Louisiana Purchase," Missouri Historical Review, XLII (October 1947-January 1948), 50-71; 153-172.

Lankiewicz, Donald P. "The Camp on Wood River: A Winter of Preparation for the Lewis and Clark Expedition." Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society. 75, no.2 (1982): 115-120.

Large, Arlen J. "All in the Family: The In-House Honorifics of Lewis and Clark." Names. 42, no.4 (1994): 269-277.

Larsell, O. "Medical Aspects of the Lewis and Clark Expedition." Oregon Historical Quarterly. 56 (1995): 211-225.

Lavender, David. Way to the Western Sea: Lewis and Clark Across the Continent. New York: Harper & Row, 1989.

Lewis, Grace. "The First Home of Governor Lewis in Louisiana Territory." Missouri Historical Society Bulletin, Vol. XIV (July 1958).

Loos, John L. "William Clark: Indian Agent." Kansas Quarterly. 3, no.4 (1971): 29-38.

McDermott, John Francis. "William Clark's Struggle with Place Names in Upper Louisiana." Missouri Historical Society Bulletin. 34, no.3 (1978): 140-150.

Majors, Harry M., (ed.) "Lewis and Clark Enter the Rocky Mountains: North Fork Salmon River, August 30-September 3, 1805." Northwest Discovery. 7, no.30-31 (1986): 1-120.

--. (ed.) "Lewis and Clark Among the Sayleesh Indians: Ross Hole, September 4-5, 1805." Northwest Discovery. 7, no.32-33 (1987): 126-246.

--. (ed.) "Lewis and Clark in the Bitterroot Valley, September 6-10, 1805." Northwest Discovery. 7, no.34-35 (1987): 246-386.

Mayer, Robert W. "Wood River, 1803-1804." Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society. 61, no.2 (1968): 140-149.

Moring, J.R. "Fish Discoveries by the Lewis and Clark and Red River Expeditions." Fisheries. 21 (July 1996): 6-12.

Moulton, Gary E. American Encounters: Lewis and Clark, the People, and the Land. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1991.

-- (ed.) The Journals of the Lewis & Clark Expedition (Vols. 2 - 5). Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1986-1988.

--. The Journals of the Lewis & Clark Expedition (Vols. 6 - 11). Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1990-1997.

--. "The Missing Journals of Meriwether Lewis." Montana: The Magazine of Western History. 35, no.3 (1985): 28-39.

--. "On Reading Lewis and Clark: The Last Twenty Years." Montana: The Magazine of Western History. 38, no.3 (1988): 28-39.

--. "The Specialized Journals of Lewis and Clark." Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society. 127, no.3 (1983): 194-201.

--. "What Are We About?: Recently Discovered Letters of William Clark Shed New Light on the Lewis and Clark Expedition." Filson Club History Quarterly. 65, no.3 (1991): 387-403.

Nasatir, A.P. (ed.). Before Lewis and Clark, Documents Illustrating the History of the Missouri, 1785-1804, 2 volumes. St. Louis [Mo.], 1952.

Nichols, William. "Lewis and Clark Probe the Darkness." American Scholar. 49, no.1 (1979/80): 94-101.

Osgood, Ernest S. "Clark on the Yellowstone 1806." Montana: The Magazine of Western History. 26, no.3 (1976): 8-17.

--. (ed.) The Field Notes of Captain William Clark, 1803-1805. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1964.

--. "Our Dog Seaman: Partner in Discovery." Montana: The Magazine of Western History. 26, no.3 (1976): 8-17.

--. "A Prairie Dog for Mr. Jefferson." Montana: The Magazine of Western History. 19, no.2 (1969): 54-56.

Ottoson, Dennis R. "Toussaint Charbonneau, a Most Durable Man." South Dakota History. 6, no.2 (1976): 152-185.

Pederson, Daniel. "Lewis' Mysterious End." Newsweek. 128 (28 Oct. 1996): 67.

Peterson, Merrill D., (ed.) Thomas Jefferson: A Reference Biography. New York: Scribner's, 1986.

Peterson, William J. "The Lewis and Clark Expedition." Palimpsest. 45 (1964): 97-144.

Phelps, Dawson A. "The Tragic Death of Meriwether Lewis," William and Mary Quarterly, 13 (July 1956), 305-18.

Primm, James Neal. "Seal of the Territory of Louisiana: A Discovery Amid a Clark Family Collection." Gateway Heritage. 4, no.4 (1984): 17-21.

Polos, Nicholas C. "Explorer with Lewis and Clark." Negro History Bulletin. 45 (Oct.-Dec. 1982): 90+.

Quaife, Milo M., (ed.) The Journals of Captain Meriwether Lewis and Sergeant John Ordway: Kept on the Expedition of Western Exploration, 1803-1806. Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1916.

Rees, John E. "The Shoshoni Contribution to Lewis and Clark." Idaho Yesterdays. 2 (1958): 3-13.

Rogers, Ann. "William Clark: A Commemoration." Gateway Heritage. 9, no.1 (1988): 12-15.

Ronda, James P. "A Chart in His Way: Indian Cartography and the Lewis and Clark Expedition." Great Plains Quarterly. 4, no.1 (1984): 43-53.

--. "Exploring the Explorers: Great Plains Peoples and the Lewis and Clark Expedition." Great Plains Quarterly. 13, no.2 (1993): 81-90.

--. "A Knowledge of Distant Parts: The Shaping of the Lewis and Clark Expedition." Montana: The Magazine of Western History. 41, no.4 (1991): 4-18.

--. Lewis and Clark Among the Indians. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1984.

--. Voyages of Discovery: Essays on Lewis and Clark.

--. "Wilson Price Hunt Reports on Lewis and Clark." Filson Club Historical Quarterly. 62, no.2 (1988): 251-259.

Russell, Carl P. "The Guns of the Lewis and Clark Expedition." North Dakota History. 27 (1960): 25-34.

Rydell, Robert. "Visions of Empire: International Expositions in Portland and Seattle, 1905-1909." Pacific Historical Review. 52, no.1 (1983): 37-56.

Sappington, Robert Lee. "Lewis and Clark Expedition Among the Nez Perce Indians: The First Ethnographic Study in the Columbia Plateau." Northwest Anthropological Research Notes. 23 (1989): 1-33.

Schroer, Blanche. "Boat-Pusher or Bird Woman? Sacagawea or Sacajawea?" Annals of Wyoming. 52, no.1 (1980): 46-54.

Seelye, John. "Beyond the Shining Mountains: The Lewis and Clark Expedition as an Enlightenment Epic." Virginia Quarterly Review. 63, no.1 (1987): 36-53.

Smith, James S. and Smith, Kathryn. "Sedulous Sergeant, Patrick Gass." Montana: The Magazine of Western History. 5 (1955): 20-27.

Smith, Walter B. "General William Clark: Territorial Governor of Missouri," Bulletin of Washington University Association, 4 (1906), 49-69.

Snow, Jan. "Lewis and Clark in the Museum Collections of the Missouri Historical Society." Gateway Heritage. 2, no.2 (1981): 36-41.

Steffen, Jerome. William Clark: Jeffersonian Man on the Frontier. University of Oklahoma, 1977.

--. "William Clark: A New Perspective of Missouri Territorial Politics, 1813-1820." Missouri Historical Review. 67, no.2 (1973): 171-197.

--. "William Clark: A Reappraisal." Montana: The Magazine of Western History. 25, no.2 (1975): 52-61.

Steinberg, Ruth. "Jose Sarvet, Spanish Scout and Historical Enigma." New Mexico Historical Review. 67, no.3 (1992): 227-249.

Stevens, Aaron B. "Something Hidden: Go and Find It." American West. 13, no.6 (1976): 42-44.

Steward, Frank Henderson. "Hidatsa Origin Traditions Reported by Lewis and Clark." Plains Anthropologist. 21, no.72 (1976): 89-92.

Stone, Robert G. and David M. Hinkley. Clark's Other Journal: William & Julia H. Clark's Household and Home Making Recipes, Home Remedies, & Partial Inventory of the Family's Personal Belongings as Recorded by William A. Clark. Summit [Mo.]: Fat Little Pudding Boys Press, 1995.

Stoneburner, Tony and Rowe, Kenneth E. (ed.). "Joseph Dixon, One of the Best Circuit Stewards Peter Cartwright Ever Saw, and the Lewis and Clark Expedition." Methodist History. 19, no.2 (1981): 118-121.

Taylor, J. Golden. "Across the Wide Missouri: The Adventure Narrative from Lewis and Clark to Powell." In: A Literary History of the American West. Fort Worth: Texas Christian University Press, 1987; 71-103.

Thomas, Samuel W. "William Clark's 1795 and 1797 Journals and Their Significance." Bulletin of the Missouri Historical Society. 25, no.4 (1969): 277-295.

Thwaites, Reuben Gold, (ed.) Original Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. New York: Arno Press reprint, 1969.

--. "William Clark: Soldier, Explorer, Statesman," Missouri Historical Society Collections, 2 (1906), 1-24.

Tobin-Schlesinger, Kathleen. "Jefferson to Lewis: The Study of Nature in the West." Journal of the West. 29, no.1 (1990): 54-61.

Wheeler, Olin D. The Trail of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1806, (2 volumes). New York, 1904.

Will, Drake. "Lewis and Clark: Westering Physicians." Montana: The Magazine of Western History. 21, no.4 (1971): 2-17.

--. "The Medical and Surgical Practice of the Lewis and Clark Expedition." Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences. 14, no.3 (1959): 273-297.

Woolworth, Alan R. "New Light on Fort Mandan: A Wintering Post of the Lewis and Clark Expedition to the Pacific, 1804-1806." North Dakota History. 55, no.3 (1988): 3-13.

Wood, W. Raymond. "The John Evans 1796-97 Map of the Missouri River." Great Plains Quarterly. 1, no.1 (1981): 39-53.

--. "Prince Maximilian and the New Maps of the Missouri and Yellowstone Rivers by William Clark." Western Historical Quarterly. 12, no.4 (1981): 372-386.

--. "William Clark's Mapping in Missouri, 1803-1804." Missouri Historical Review. 76, no.3 (1982): 241-251.

Nelson, Dale W., Interpreters with Lewis and Clark: The Story of Sacagawea and Toussaint Charbonneau: University of North Texas Press, 2003

Dissertations:

Blair, Elizabeth Marie. Divided Light. University of Illinois (Chicago), 1996.

Kessler, Donna Jean. Sacagawea: A Uniquely American Legend. Emory University, 1993.

McDonald, Mary Jane. The Lewis and Clark Expedition: The Return Trip. St. Louis University, 1970.

Pepe, Albert Richard. The Lewis and Clark Expedition: The Preparation Period and Early Passage. Southern Connecticut State University, 1991.

Primary Sources/Manuscripts:

Meriwether Lewis Anderson Papers, Missouri State Historical Society.

William Clark Papers, Missouri State Historical Society.

Meriwether Lewis Papers, Missouri Historical Society.

Grace Lewis Miller Papers, National Park Service, Jefferson National Expansion

Memorial Archives, St. Louis.

The Louisiana Purchase Transfer Papers, Missouri State Historical Society

The Louisiana Territory Papers, Missouri State Historical Society

Periodicals:

We Proceeded On, quarterly journal of the Lewis & Clark Trail Heritage Foundation, Inc. (Great Falls, MT)