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Item Code 2827

Title Lewis & Clark revisited: A Photographers Trail

Author MacGregor, Greg


ISBN: 9780295983431

Condition: softcover



A stunning visual journey through contemporary America, Lewis and Clark Revisited features the photographs of Greg MacGregor, who followed the river west and, like the 19th-century adventurers?whose journals are extracted here?found a country "transformed by generations of human habitation." In pictures that range from the awesome views of the entrance to the Rocky Mountains near Cascade, Montana, to such unsettling images of decay as the vandalized monument to Meriwether Lewis on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation near Browning, Montana, MacGregor's eye never strays from its search for ways to understand the American landscape and the people who shaped it.

"For those citizens who are tired of sentimentality, but who also refuse to give up hope in America, this book will be a source of new conviction. MacGregor is at various times awestruck, appalled, and deeply affectionate?an explorer as tough in his way as any in the Corps of Discover."?Robert Adams

Author Greg MacGregor,

Publisher Washington

Format paperback

ISBN 9780295983431

Pages/Publication Date 200/2003

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