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Educational resources

See our Educational Resources page for links to websites with lesson plans and learning activities related to the Lewis and Clark Expedition.

National websites

National Council of the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial
The NCLCB was established in 1993 to commemorate the Lewis and Clark Expedition, re-kindle its spirit of discovery, and acclaim the contributions and goodwill of the native peoples. The Council does this by promoting educational programs, cultural sensitivity and harmony, and the sustaining stewardship of natural and historical resources along the route of the Expedition.

Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation
A national membership group focusing on stewardship of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail, scholarship and historical accuracy with regard to the Lewis and Clark Expedition, and education of young people.

Discovering Lewis & Clark
An excellent resource with articles focusing on issues, values and visions relating to the Lewis & Clark Expedition, its preludes, and its aftermath up to the present time.

Lewis & Clark: The National Bicentennial Exhibition
Features an online version of the exhibition.

Lewis & Clark Internet Archive
A comprehensive list of websites related to the Lewis and Clark Expedition.

National Park Service: Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail

Lewis & Clark and the Revealing of America
An exhibition from the Library of Congress.

Lewis & Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery
A site from PBS to accompany the Ken Burns documentary on Lewis and Clark.

National Geographic's Lewis and Clark site

Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition

Kentucky websites

Falls of the Ohio Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commemoration

Lewis and Clark information from The Filson Historical Society

Ohio River Chapter of the Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation
The national foundation has area chapters across the country. The Ohio River Chapter includes states bordering the Ohio from western Pennsylvania to Illinois and also includes Michigan. Meetings are held three times a year and a newsletter is sent to members. Membership information is available on the website.

Lewis and Clark in Boone County, Kentucky
"In 1803 all roads led to Big Bone Lick. . ."

Other state websites

Lewis and Clark in Idaho

Lewis and Clark in Illinois

Lewis and Clark in Indiana

Lewis and Clark in Kansas

Lewis and Clark in Montana

Lewis and Clark in North Dakota

Lewis and Clark in Oregon

Lewis and Clark in South Dakota

Lewis and Clark in Washington

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