Undaunted Courage is the story of the Lewis and Clark expedition during Thomas Jefferson's presidency. The narrative follows Lewis's exploits almost exclusively and does not focus on Clark or on their guide, Sacagawea. It uses Lewis's contributions to the mapping of the continent by the United States as a way to explore the political climate of Jefferson's regime and the tensions that drove the lives of men like Lewis who did not travel in aristocratic circles.

Summary of Undaunted Courage by Stephen E. Ambrose

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