Joseph Whitehouse journal, 1804-1805

The most significant transcontinental journey in U.S. history, the Lewis and Clark Expedition was not only recorded in the journals and observations of the two captains, but also by four other members of the party. Private Joseph Whitehouse maintained during the expedition a journal consisting of extensive field notes bound in a single volume of three parts the extant portion covering the period May 14, 1804 to Nov. 6 1805. View catalog record | View in digital collection