Unfinished Journey provides a snapshot of the social relationships of the day in both native and white culture, and a look at how 21st-century Americans are trying to restore some of what has been lost since the expedition sought a water route from the Missouri River to the Pacific Ocean.
Lewis and Clark expert Clay Jenkinson, a Rhodes and Danforth scholar and scholar-in-residence at Lewis & Clark College, guides the programs and concludes each hour with a thoughtful reflection on the subject at hand and its meaning at the 200th anniversary of the Corps of Discovery.
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Don't waste your time. Love the Lewis & Clark adventure. Hate this attempt to modernize it by sending very bad radio reporters around the country to gather insights about the expedition.
Liked all the variety -- it included readings from the journals, interviews with many experts, music, interpretations on the significance of the events, and more. An enjoyable listening experience.
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