Remembering to forget: Lewis and Clark and native Americans in Yellowstone
"Remembering to Forget" enacts a critical cultural politics concerning the Lewis and Clark expedition of 1804-1806, Lewis and Clark's relations with Native Americans in the greater Yellowstone region, and the bicentennial commemoration of that presence in 2003 and 2004. I examine the place of Lewis and Clark in our national imagination. This is a fractured, revisionist, personal history, an attempt at a personal mythology that contests the rhetorical uses of nature, discovery, and science for political, patriotic purposes.
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