Synopses & Reviews
When the Lewis and Clark Expedition launched its search for a water passage to the Pacific Ocean in 1803, a black slave accompanied them. His name was York and, in this beautifully illustrated picture book, he tells the tale of this remarkable journey and his search for freedom.
It is an inspiring story of faith, courage, and resolve set against the backdrop of the most famous expedition in American history.
This is a story of York, a slave who accompanied Lewis and Clark on their 1803 expedition.
About the Author
Elizabeth Van Steenwyk lives in Montara, CA.
Bill Farnsworth lives in Venice, FL and is also the illustrator of Buffalo Jump.