Sex on the Trail for the Lewis and Clark Expedition Brian Bull reports on recent revelations about the sexual exploits of the members of the Lewis and Clark expedition, and how that information is reshaping views about the relationship between Native Americans and the explorers.
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Sex on the Trail for the Lewis and Clark Expedition

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Sex on the Trail for the Lewis and Clark Expedition

Sex on the Trail for the Lewis and Clark Expedition

Sex on the Trail for the Lewis and Clark Expedition

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Bronze statue of explorers Clark, left, and Lewis outside the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center in Sioux City, Iowa. Brian Bull for NPR News hide caption

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Brian Bull reports on recent revelations about the sexual exploits of the members of the Lewis and Clark expedition, and how that information is reshaping views about the relationship between Native Americans and the explorers.