Lewis and Clark On the Internet

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Explore the links below for information on the World Wide Web about Lewis and Clark's journey and bicentennial events.

Missouri Heritage Project: Lewis and Clark

Lewis and Clark Across Missouri
Web site dedicated to Lewis and Clark's course through Missouri, commissioned by the Missouri State Archives to commemorate the bicentennial in 2004 of the Corps of Discovery expedition.

Discovering Lewis and Clark

The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition
Sponsored by the University of Nebraska Press, the Center for Great Plains Studies, and the UNL Libraries Electronic Text Center.

The Biddle Edition Full Text

Lewis and Clark Journey of Discovery
The National Park Services site includes resources for teachers.

The Ethnography of Lewis and Clark

Encountering The West
The Flora, Fauna, and Landscape of the Lewis and Clark Journey

Lewis and Clark as Naturalists, Smithsonian Institution

Lewis and Clark in Kentucky
The Kentucky Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commission created this site to focus on ties with Kentucky. It has a page with links to educational resources.

Lewis & Clark Heritage Trail Heritage Foundation

Lewis & Clark’s Historical Trail

Lewis and Clark: Based on PBS Film by Ken Burns

Lewis And Clark Trail

Anchored in the East
The Homesteads and Families Of Lewis and Clark in Virginia

St. Louis Historic Circuit Court: Historical Records Project

Kansas City Public Library Beta