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In twelve remarkable volumes, Gary E. Moulton has edited the journals of the Lewis and Clark expedition of 1804?6, thus making clear and accessible to all readers the plethora of maps and words with which Meriwether Lewis and William Clark documented one of the greatest ventures of discovery in American history. With the Comprehensive Index, the thirteenth volume, Moulton completes his work?and offers everyone who consults the Journals a complete and detailed means of locating specific passages, references, and particular people or places within the larger work. Throughout the edition, his guiding principles have been clarity and ease of use. Consequently, the notes are indexed more thoroughly here than in most works and include modern place-names, modern denominations for Indian nations, and current popular and scientific names for various cited species. This volume also contains a list of corrections for earlier volumes.
Issues for 1977-1979 include also Special List journals being indexed in cooperation with other institutions. Citations from these journals appear in other MEDLARS bibliographies and in MEDLING, but not in Index medicus.
Presents the author's journals that testify a disciplined intelligence in a constantly maturing thought. This book offers details of his personal life and spiritual conflicts, accounts of his travels, and comments on the political and social events of the day, from the Dreyfus case to the German occupation.
Vols. 1 and 2 are reprint of the Journal of the acts and proceedings, printed in 1861 by W.M. Elliott in 1 volume. ; vol. 3 is a reprint of the Convention's documents, published in 1861 in Richmond, Va.
This book gives practical activities for bringing journals into the classroom.