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The Journals of Lewis and Clark
The original text of the Journals of Lewis and Clark is written in the style and language of the time with the use of many words that are no longer in use. This version is presented in a more modern style with familiar words and writing format. The Lewis and Clark Journals start with the events at the start of their outward journey on .

The Journals of Lewis and Clark - Refer to the Timeline for dates of important events
For easy reference on important dates during their expedition refer to the and the read about what actually happened via the journal entries.

The Journals of Lewis and Clark
Both Lewis and Clark kept journals of their expedition, as did other members of the , notably Patrick Gass. The journal of Patrick Gass was published in 1808. In 1809 Hubbard Lester, compiled the Travels of Lewis and Clark from information taken from President Thomas Jeffersonís Report to Congress, Patrick Gassís journal, Alexander Mackenzieís Voyages, and Jonathan Carverís Adventures. The "Apocrypha" taken from the Lewis and Clark Journals was first published in Philadelphia in 1809.

The Journals of Lewis and Clark 1804
Click a link to discover the places and events that occurred during the Lewis and Clark Expedition for a particular date range in 1804.

Journals May, June, July, Aug 1804

Journals Sept, Oct 1804

Journals Nov, Dec 1804

The Journals of Lewis and Clark 1805 - January to June 1805
Click a link to discover the places and events that occurred during the Lewis and Clark Expedition for a particular date range in 1805.

Journals of Lewis and Clark Jan 1805

Journals of Lewis and Clark Feb 1805

Journals of Lewis and Clark March 1805

Journals of Lewis and Clark Apr 1805

Journals of Lewis and Clark May 1805

Journals of Lewis and Clark June 1805

The Journals of Lewis and Clark 1805 - July to December 1805
Click a link to discover the places and events that occurred during the Lewis and Clark Expedition for a particular date range in 1805.

Journals of Lewis and Clark July 1805

Journals of Lewis and Clark August 1805

Journals of Lewis and Clark Sept 1805

Journals of Lewis and Clark Oct 1805

Journals of Lewis and Clark Nov 1805

Journals of Lewis and Clark Dec 1805

The Journals of Lewis and Clark 1806
Click a link to discover the places and events that occurred during the Lewis and Clark Expedition for a particular date range in 1806.

The Journals of Lewis and Clark: Animals, Plants and Native American Indians
For specific and detailed information on plants, animals and Native Indians please refer to the following:

The historic outward journey of Lewis and Clark ended after they wintered at Fort Clatsop.
Their Return Journey Home began on .

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