Pullman, Washington: Washington State University Press, 2000. Hardcover. Small Folio. Vol. 1: (xiii), 191. Vol. 2: 222pp. Dust jacket for vol. 1 is black and green, tan and white lettering on front cover and spine, black lettering on back cover. Dust jacket for Vol. 2 is black and blue, with same lettering as vol. 1. Black buckram boards with silver lettering on covers and spines. Colored end papers.
"The Lewis and Clark Trail Maps present a reconstruction of the vital traverse surveyed by William Clark after the Corps of Discovery left the winter encampment at Wood River (or River Dubois) and set out up the Missouri River on May 14,1804. These maps are intended as a resource for historians and scholars to study and gain a better understanding of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. For those individuals having had little exposure to the journals or other accounts of the expedition, the Lewis and Clark Trail Maps offer a unique way to get acquainted with the expedition and perhaps provoke further interest in studying the journals themselves." - Publisher.
Very light scratches to dust jacket Vol. 1. Dust jacket vol. 1 in very good+, binding and interior in very good+ to near fine condition overall. Vol. 2 in original shrink-wrap. vg+ to near fine (and new in dust jacket). Item #45365