The Second Corps of Discovery
1811 Journal of the Jackson and Clark Expeditionary Force
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September 2nd 2012 in Journal Read On

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August 6th 2012

For readers who missed the original year-long syndicated run of The Second Corps of Discovery, the historic journal remains open for viewing. To read the epic daily saga in a more convenient mobile or paper format now that the online series is closed, please download the mobile app or order the paperback edition.

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Bicentennial Edition

July 17th 2012

The historic series, The Second Corps of Discovery, has concluded and the daily online journal is now closed. No further story footnotes or new posts will be added. However, all the past entries will remain online for readers who discover the series too late to enjoy as a daily serial. To start the adventure, please […]

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Addendum, Wednesday the 17th of June 1812

June 17th 2012

PUBLISHER’S NOTE: F. Scott Key died on this date while in a coma. It was believed at the time to be the result of Yellow Fever. However, subsequent declassified reports indicated the possibility of poisoning. – – – © This text has been made available for public viewing but remains a copyrighted work with the […]

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May 6th 2012

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May 6th 2012

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May 6th 2012

[******] EDITOR’S NOTE: The effects of fever overwhelmed F. Scott Key shortly after writing his 6th of May 1812 entry. It happened exactly a year to the day from when the Second Corps of Discovery had begun their expedition. The honored poet fell into a coma soon after and would not make any further notations […]

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Day 367 Entry, Wednesday the 6th of May 1812

May 6th 2012

Reports of Great Victory. [******] – – – © This text has been made available for public viewing but remains a copyrighted work with the full protection of international law. No part may be redistributed for profit or incorporated with any other collection. Copyright © 2010 Matsu Ri. All Rights Reserved.

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Bicentennial Edition
Take a step back 200 years in honor of the journey that bridged cultures, civilizations, and ushered in a new age of discovery.

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