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The Botany of the Lewis & Clark Expedition features thirty-one plants of over two hundred observed or collected during the expedition. They are illustrated with images from the University of Cincinnati Herbarium and photographs taken primarily by Victor Soukup, Curator of the Herbarium Collection. The location where Lewis collected each specimen is identified on the map from the edition of the journals published in 1814. Selections from journal entries for the dates of collection are also provided.

The Geography of the Lewis & Clark Expedition highlights locations along the route of the Corps of Discovery. The locations are identified on the map from the edition of the journals published in 1814 and illustrated with images from the collections of the Archives & Rare Books Department and contemporary photographs. Selections from journal entries describing the locations are also provided.