The journey of York : the unsung hero of the Lewis and Clark Expedition
|Format:||Print Book 2019|
|Availability:||Available at 10 Libraries 10 of 10 copies|
Thomas Jefferson's Corps of Discovery included Captains Lewis and Clark and a crew of 28 men to chart a route from St. Louis to the Pacific Ocean. All the crew but one volunteered for the mission. York, the enslaved man taken on the journey, did not choose to go. Slaves did not have choices. York's contributions to the expedition, however, were invaluable. The captains came to rely on York's judgement, determination, and peacemaking role with the American Indian nations they encountered. But as York's independence and status rose on the journey, the question remained what status he would carry once the expedition was over. This is his story.
Published ReviewsBooklist Review: "
-- approximately 1775-approximately 1815
-- Juvenile literature.
York, -- approximately 1775-approximately 1815.
Lewis and Clark Expedition -- (1804-1806) -- Juvenile literature.
Lewis and Clark Expedition -- (1804-1806)
African American explorers -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.
Explorers -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.
African Americans -- Relations with Indians -- Juvenile literature.
African Americans -- Biography.
African Americans -- Relations with Indians.
West (U.S.) -- Discovery and exploration -- Juvenile literature.
West (U.S.) -- Discovery and exploration.
|Publisher|| North Mankato, Minnesota :2019
Holmberg, James J., contributor.
"A 4D book"--Page 4 of cover.
37 pages : color illustrations, color map ; 29 cm
Includes bibliographical references.