Because Gass wrote in a straightforward style about the day-to-day aspects of the journey, MacGregor says his is the most readable of the journals. A typical entry (Tuesday, April 30, 1805): We embarked at sunrise; had a fine morning and went on very well.
Journals of Patrick Gass,. has been added to your Cart. This reads better than the official Lewis and Clark journals, but suffers from repetition, especially in regards to the weather, hunting success and mosquitoes. Also VERY matter of fact, with a certain lack of wonder - not surprising, considering the daily risks involved in this epic journey of discovery.
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Gass's Journal of the Le. . Carol Lynn MacGregor. There's a problem loading this menu right now. It is also a hardcover copy. It is in excellent condition - clean and tight, no writing or tears. Just a bit of edgewear to the glossy boards.
Author: Gass, Patrick. Mr. Putter & Tabby Hit the Slope (Paperback or Softback). His simple and direct writing style, along with his emphasis on the daily activities of the trip, mad Gass's journal mo. Product Identifiers.
Nevertheless, we have several persons to thank specifically for help with this volume. The journal of Sergeant Patrick Gass is to be found only in printed form; the original has been lost since its first publication in 1807. We used a copy from the University Archives and Special Collections, University of Nebraska Libraries, which was generously microfilmed for us by Joseph G. Svoboda. We were also aided there by Michele L. Fagan and Lynn R. Beideck-Porn.