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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Ordway

Sergeant John Ordway (c. 1775 – c. 1817), the youngest of ten siblings, was an important part of the Lewis and Clark Expedition across the United States. John ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Ordway_(ambassador)

John Malcolm Ordway (born 1950, in California) retired from the United States Foreign Service in 2008 as a Senior Foreign Service officer. Prior to his retirement ...

www.lewis-clark.org/article/2617

(ca. 1775—ca. 1817) Sergeant, U.S. Army. Solid Sergeant. John Ordway seems to have been the most solid hand among the enlisted men. His journal is the ...

bcr.tv/attorney/john-a-ordway

John Ordway has practiced for over two decades primarily in the fields of government procurement and export control law. Mr. Ordway is a former co-chair of the ...

www.pbs.org/lewisandclark/inside/jordw.html

One of ten children, Sergeant John Ordway was a young soldier from Hebron, New Hampshire. A major contributor to the expedition's success, Ordway was one ...

www.semopress.com/lewis-and-clarks-irreplaceable-sergeant-john-ordway

Lewis and Clark's Irreplaceable Sergeant John Ordway. Maria Szasz. As the bicentennial of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark's journey across the American ...

herb.ashp.cuny.edu/items/show/702

These selections from John Ordway's journal describe the crossing of the Rocky Mountains, a particularly hazardous stretch of the Lewis and Clark expedition.

franceshunter.wordpress.com/2010/01/27/the-four-sergeants-of-the-lewis-clark-expedition

Jan 27, 2010 ... The first sergeant, 29-year-old John Ordway of New Hampshire would become one of the most well-remembered men of the Corps. Like the ...

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Jul 25, 2017 ... In this live actor portrayal by Arch Ellwein, Sgt. John Ordway is brought to life. A formidable figure who wrote in his journal every day of the ...