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In conveying this biography, the author uses letters and journals written by Thomas Jefferson, William Clark, as well as other members of the Corps Discovery. As much as the author dedicates most chapters of the book to the expedition, the author is also keen to dedicate a substantial part of the book discussing the early life of Lewis as a Jefferson’s secretary and as early as when he was a planter in Virginia. Some of the chapters also highlight Lewis’s life as the governor to Louisiana Territory before he faced an untimely death in 1809. The author uses the letters and journals that detail the expedition, making them the most viable sources to outline the expedition as well as the interactions and roles of the involved persons with Native Americas as much as it is centered on Lewis since it is a biography. In fact, the book has maps that Leis drew himself as sources to inform expedition story and bibliography. The author made some omissions of critical historical recounts, the use...

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