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Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery Time Line
posted by: Sage Rat 5
date approved: 10/27/2013
last visited: never
Lewis and Clark picked this route on advice of the local tribe. They camped here on Pataba Creek.
Wheeling - "a pretty considerable village" - Wheeling, West Virginia
Marker with information of Meriwether Lewis's stop in what later became Wheeling prior to joining William Clark in Louisville prior to their great journey.
posted by: BruceS
location: West Virginia
Lewis, Clark and Sacajawea
date approved: 10/22/2013
Hospitality of the Nez Pierce
Writings on the river
Historical interpretive panels
date approved: 10/19/2013
Lewis and Clark entering Washington
Lewis and Clark Trail sign
Corps of Discovery and Naz Perce hourse race
2 dozen sculpted figures
River joining the Snake river was named after corps member George Drouillard
Sacajawea Fountain located in Pioneer park, Lewiston, Idaho
date approved: 9/29/2013
Lewis and Clark Historic Site - Hartford IL
posted by: kJfishman
date approved: 4/14/2013
last visited: 11/2/2013
Lewis & Clark Independence Creek Site -- Atchison KS
The Atchison County Historical Society has created a lovely historic site presenting the history of the Kanza Indians and Lewis and Clark.
posted by: Benchmark Blasterz
date approved: 4/7/2013
last visited: 3/14/2013
Lewis & Clark at the Kansas River -- Kansas City MO
The western of two adjacent National Park Service interpretive signs along the Riverfront Historic Trail in downtown Kansas City MO.
4th of July 1804 Creek -- Atchison KS
The DAR Lewis & Clark Trail Marker marking a small creek that William Clark christened "4th of July 1804 Creek" in downtown Atchison KS.
Frank Fogler Heritage Trail -- Lewis & Clark Independence Creek Site
The sign recognizing the contributions of Frank Fogler to the establishment and preservation of this Lewis and Clark 4 Jul 1804 campsite in Atchison Co. KS.
DAR marker -- L&C Independence Creek Historic Site nr Atchison KS
A Daughters of the American Revolution pink granite marker at the Lewis and Clark campsite of 04 Jul 1804.
In the Footsteps of Lewis & Clark -- Independence Creek Historic Site
An Atchison Co. Historical Society sign comemmorating the placement of a Corps of Discovery marker here at Lewis & Clark's 4 Jul 1804 campsite on the bicentennial of their arrival.
The Lewis and Clark Expedition - Idaho
History sign on U.S. Hwy. 12, just north of Kooskia, Idaho.
posted by: Volcanoguy
date approved: 11/2/2012
last visited: 10/9/2010
“. . . this horrible mountainous desert” - Idaho
Lewis & Clark history sign along U.S. Hwy. 12 near the mouth of Fish Creek.
date approved: 10/29/2012
“to our inexpressable joy” - Idaho
Lewis & Clark history sign along U.S. Hwy. 12.
Wendover - Idaho
Lewis & Clark history signs on U.S. Hwy. 12 west of Lolo Pass.
date approved: 10/26/2012
Lewis & Clark at Whitehouse Pond
History sign on U.S. Hwy. 12 west of Lolo Pass.
date approved: 10/25/2012
Campsite 9-12-1805 - Montana
Forest Service sign on U.S. Hwy. 12 about 24 miles west of Lolo, Montana.
date approved: 10/24/2012
Packing for the Lewis & Clark Expedition - Montana
Forest Service sign on U.S. Hwy. 12 about 28 miles west of Lolo, Montana.
Campsite 9-11-1805 - Montana
Forest Service sign on U.S. Hwy. 12 about 8 miles west of Lolo, Montana.
date approved: 10/23/2012
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