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A Definitive Face for York

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A Definitive Face for York

A Definitive Face for York

A Definitive Face for York

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Host Bob Edwards talks with sculptor Ed Hamilton about his role in helping to put a definitive face on York, the slave of William Clark. York was an important member of the Lewis & Clark expedition corps. According to Hamilton, it was through Clark's journals and letters that information about York became known.

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