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Lewis & Clark Expedition Bicentennial

Vol. 43, Prg. 31–35
March 17–21, 2003



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3/17  
Use the expedition bicentennial as a springboard to learning.
3/18  
Ignite an interest in the natural sciences—learn what Lewis discovered on the journey West.
3/19  
Bring history to life—learn about life on the trail with Lewis and Clark
3/20  
Take the opportunity to study Native Americans beginning with Sacagawea
3/21  
The bicenntenial commemoration: resources and ideas for taking advantage of this unique moment in history

History comes to life

Corps of Discovery II: 200 Years to the Future, the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Exhibit, began it's four-year odyssey westward when it opened March 4, 2003, on the Mall in Washington, D.C.

From there the exhibit moved to Harper's Ferry, West Virginia, (March 28-April 18, 2003) where the Lewis and Clark Expedition received army supplies.

Following the route taken by the Expedition 200 years ago, the exhibit will reach the Oregon coast in 2006. For a complete exhibit tour location list and schedule visit www.nps.gov/lecl or contact the National Park Service at 402-514-9311.

Department of Interior Press Release
http://www.doi.gov/news/030307.htm

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Lewis and Clark Resource Sheet

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Home School Legal Defense Association

The three-year long Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commemoration officially kicks off on January 18, 2003. The Resource Sheet provides a list of books, websites, and other helpful materials to assist you in making the most of this historic opportunity. Use the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial as a springboard for learning with your children!

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