Westward Whoa by W. Hodding Carter
In the Wake of Lewis and Clark

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Presents a lively account of the exploits, mishaps, and escapades of two modern-day adventurers, who set out via raft, foot, horseback, and rental car to recreate the Lewis and Clark expedition, from St. Louis to the outflow of the Columbia River. Tour.

About W. Hodding Carter

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W. Hodding Carter has written for several national magazines, including Esquire, Smithsonian, Newsweek, and Outside. The author of Westward Whoa, A Viking Voyage, and An Illustrated Viking Voyage, he lives with his family in Rockport, Maine.
Published July 1, 1994 by Simon & Schuster. 304 pages
Genres: Travel. Non-fiction

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Carter and his friend Preston Maybank set out to follow the route Lewis and Clark took on their search for the Northwest Passage.

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As a child, Carter, a freelance writer, was intrigued by the story of Lewis and Clark.

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