Lewis & Clark Expedition
Interactive workshop providing an overview of the journey including
journal excerpts, audio records and an aerial view of the trail. Text
by a history professor at the University of Montana.
West Across America with Lewis & Clark
This site allows users to make decisions that would affect
the expedition. Actual Lewis & Clark journal comments and a “Did
You Know” segment provides facts about native tribes, supplies
and much more. Provided by National Geographic.
the Footsteps of Lewis & Clark
Learn about the expedition’s discoveries in nature from this Sierra
Club site. Learn about the land and its residents and important natural
places in each state.
Lewis & Clark: The
Journey of the Corps of Discovery
A comprehensive site, from PBS, on the expedition, including an interactive
trip in which you lead the expedition.
Lewis & Clark’s
Printable maps, biographies, excerpts from journals, quick facts and
a timeline are included in this site from the Yankton Area (South Dakota)
Chamber of Commerce.
Perspectives on the West: Sacagawea
Information on the near-legendary figure so instrumental in the expedition,
provided by The West Film Project from PBS.
the Western Ocean: Planning the Lewis and Clark Expedition
From the University of Virginia, this site provides information on the
beginning of the expedition, including maps.
Trailtribes.org: History with a Tribal Perspective Along Trails Followed by Lewis & Clark
This site studies the Lewis and Clark Expedition and cultural changes since the journey. Native American, historical, and scientific perspectives are presented. Tribes discussed include the Lakota, Mandan, Hidatsa, Arikara, Blackfoot, Shoshone, Bannock, Umatilla, Walla Walla, Cayuse, and Chinook. From the University of Montana-Missoula.
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