SOURCE: Lewis & Clark Trail Heritage Foundation (Press Release)
The discovery of a map made by a Native American is reshaping thinking about the Lewis & Clark expedition
The discovery of the map shows the extent to which Lewis and Clark were helped by Native American geographers.
SOURCE: Huffington Post
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