Magnificent Journey: A Geologic River Trip with Lewis and Clark through the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument.
By Otto L. Schumacher and Lee A. Woodward
Purchase this insightful book to learn about a geologist’s interpretation of the spectacular scenery of the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument. The authors use nontechnical language to describe how and why the Missouri Breaks features such incredible geologic features, and explains everything from the type of rocks used by Native Americans to hold down their teepee skins to why rapids such as “Deadman Rapids” developed. Recommended reading place: in your canoe while floating down the Missouri River.
Format: Paperback – graphics and pictures (black and white) included.
Length: 152 pages