Publication: University of Nebraska Press, 1984, Lincoln
First edition. 8vo. Cloth, xv , 310 pp., numerous illustrations, 3 maps, notes, extensive bibliography, index. A thoroughly researched study of the complex relations of the American explorers and the Indians they encountered. A detailed evaluation of Lewis and Clark as pioneer western ethnographers and their role in the early development of Western Federal Indian policy. Fine in price-clipped dust jacket with two small chips to bottom edge of rear panel, minor wear to spine ends, and light wear to the extremities.
Inventory Number: 41375