Reprint edition. Martino Publishing, Mansfield Centre CT. Reprint of the original edition by University of Oklahoma Press, 1976. LIMITED TO 150 COPIES. It is safe to say that there is no more important history of the publications of the Lewis & Clark Journalsthan Cutright's classic account. Several of the members of the Expedition published accounts of their explorations. Lewis & Clark later published an official account. In this important work, Cutright provides an in depth and scholarly analysis of all these journals, their progression from manuscripts to publications, the various editions of each journal, and the circumstances surrounding publication, as well as fascinating accounts of long lost manuscripts, and extremely rare journals borrowed and never returned. Our edition is strictly limited to 150 hand numbered copies. Published by arrangement with the University of Oklahoma Press.
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Paul Russell Cutright, Sr. who received his doctorate from the University of Pittsburgh, was a professor of biology. He was the author of, among other works, two previous books and many articles about the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
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Descripción University of Oklahoma Press, 1977. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110806112468