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Lewis & Clark Expedition Bicentennial Project

On May 14, 2004, the United States will celebrate the bicentennial of an event that changed the course of our history and changed the history of the world. The event to be celebrated is the beginning of the Lewis and Clark expedition.

The AFMS created a new committee with a project goal to produce a traveler's guide to the rocks, minerals, and fossils along the Lewis and Clark Trail.

Brenda Hankins was the chair for this committee.

The Publication

 The traveler's guide has been completed and can now be downloaded by using the menu item on the left of the page, or by clicking the link below:

Download "Lewis and Clark: Rockhounding on the Way to the Pacific"

Project History, Information, and Progress

bulletThe Lewis & Clark Expedition Bicentennial - An Exciting Project (Sep 2001 AFMS Newsletter)
bulletWork Plan Submitted for Lewis and Clark Project (Dec 2001 AFMS Newsletter)
bullet“Learn All You Can”—Lewis and Clark Signature Events (Mar 2002 AFMS Newsletter)
bulletMeriwether Lewis’ Near Fatal Rockhound Experience (Apr 2002 AFMS Newsletter)
bulletHeaded To A Rock Show? Travel the Lewis & Clark Trail (May 2002 AFMS Newsletter)
bulletTake The Trail to Port Townsend (June 2002 AFMS Newsletter)
bulletLewis and Clark - Discovering the Way, Again (September 2002 AFMS Newsletter)
bulletRocks-Friend and Foe of Meriwether Lewis (November 2002 AFMS Newsletter)
bullet"Paddling the Last Miles" The Lewis and Clark Committee (December 2002 AFMS Newsletter)
bulletThe Journey Began At Monticello (April 2003 AFMS Newsletter)
bulletLewis and Clark: Rockhounding on the Way to the Pacific (June 2003 AFMS Newsletter)

Links to Other Related Sites

bulletThe National Council of the Lewis & Clark Bicentennial
bulletLewisAndClark200.Com
bulletLewisandClark200.Gov
bulletDiscovering Lewis & Clark
bulletThe Lewis and Clark Expedition and the USGS
bullet Lewis & Clark Interactive Map
bulletLewis & Clark Trail - Heritage Foundation, Inc.
bulletNational Lewis and Clark Education Project
bulletNational Park Service - Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail
 

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