We hope you'll enjoy
planning your Corps of Discovery travel with the resources included here,
and enjoy learning more about the Lewis and Clark Expedition that began
in 1803 and ended more than three years later.
Join Meriwether Lewis and William Clark as they explore the American Northwest.
This section is a compilation of journal entries translated by Gary E.
Moulton and presented to you. Journal
entries will be added as each day passes. As more and more journal entries
are published you will be able to search previous months.
maps and text that describe Lewis and Clark
Expedition-related sites to visit (parks, reconstructions, museums and
others) and additional historically interesting sites.
Here you'll also
find listings of lodging, restaurants, entertainment, and other services
for the convenience of today's explorers.
and other products of interest to Lewis and Clark buffs.
About the Lewis
and Clark Expedition. The Timeline Map follows their path but uses today's
cities and towns as markers, brief episodes bring you right along.
is updated continually for events now and through the Expeditions
Bicentennial in 2003-2006.
resource for school assignments.
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