If you've ever looked at a dollar coin, you've seen Sacagawea, the Shoshone teenager who accompanied Lewis and Clark on their grand expedition. But York -- William Clark's slave -- languishes in the obscure corners of national memory. Out in the wilds, York was just one of the Corps, but back home he was denied the glory (not to mention the "double pay and land grants") that his white fellow travelers won. He didn't even win his freedom from servitude... More >>>