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Lewis and Clark in the News- June 11, 2004

TRAVELING Lewis and Clark Exhibit makes stop in Lansing
Munster Times - Munster, IN, USA
LANSING -- Like the great explorers Lewis and Clark, Walter and Margaret Dunse have embarked on a road trip expected to last more than two years.
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NATIONAL Park Service Grants Help Montana State Parks Prepare For ...
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Park - Montana, USA
State Parks recently received $85,000 from the National Park Service to make improvements for visitors during the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial
celebration. ...
<http://www.fwp.state.mt.us/news/article_2983.aspx>

BRIGHTON-AREA Clarks take pride in their explorer ancestor
Ann Arbor News - Ann Arbor, MI, USA
... Mo., with his family and numerous relatives for the ceremonial issuance of three postage stamps honoring William Clark and his partner, Meriwether
Lewis. ...
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CHILDREN discover the magic of the pioneer era
Tiffin Advertiser Tribune - Tiffin, OH, USA
Explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark encountered the magic of previously undiscovered vistas as they journeyed along to Missouri River 200 years ago. ...
<http://www.advertiser-tribune.com/community/story/0611202004_com01library0611.asp>

SMOKEY Bear poster earns girl national tip of the hat
Charlottesville Daily Progress - Charlottesville, VA, USA
... contest. It eventually won honorable mention. "It was exciting,"said Claire, a pupil at Meriwether Lewis Elementary.
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REPORT says sage grouse are holding their own but face serious ...
Environmental News Network - Berkeley, CA, USA
... Experts believe as many as 2 million sage grouse inhabited the West when explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark first noted the birds in 1805. ...
<http://www.enn.com/news/2004-06-11/s_24808.asp>

SIGNIFICANT steps taken in forward-looking year
Harvard University Gazette - Cambridge, MA, USA
... doing an inventory of the Oceania storerooms, Peabody Museum staff find a rare American Indian bear claw necklace acquired by Meriwether Lewis, William Clark ...
<http://www.news.harvard.edu/gazette/2004/06.10/99-timeline.html>

June 11, 2004
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