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American Slave, American Hero: York of the Lewis and Clark Expedition

By: Pringle, Laurence P.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Honesdale, PA Calkins Creek Books 2006Description: 40p.: col. ill.ISBN: 1-59078-282-8.Subject(s): York, ca. 1775-ca. 1815 | Slaves - West (U.S.) - Biography | West (U.S.) - Biography | Lewis and Clark Expedition (1804-1806) | West (U.S.) - Discovery and ExplorationSummary: The journals of the Lewis and Clark expedition reveal some important truths about York. Like other explorers, York endured extreme heat and cold, suffered injuries and illness, risked his life many times, and contributed to the success of an expedition that is still considered the greatest in United States history. He was both a slave and an American hero.
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The journals of the Lewis and Clark expedition reveal some important truths about York. Like other explorers, York endured extreme heat and cold, suffered injuries and illness, risked his life many times, and contributed to the success of an expedition that is still considered the greatest in United States history. He was both a slave and an American hero.

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