Imagine a time without paved roads, railways, or internal combustion engines. A time early in our nation's history when the land was wild and rivers, not interstates provided the most efficient means of exploration and commerce. Such was the climate of 1812 when Chief Justice John Marshall led an expedition into America's first true frontier, the rugged Appalachians. 200 hundred years later, Andrew Shaw assembled a team in honor of Marshall's journey and embarked on an expedition of their own. Follow along as 'The Marshall Expedition' traverses our nation's forgotten last frontier.