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Lewis and Clark in the News- June 17, 2004

ND Museum of Art to host Lewis and Clark exhibit
In-Forum (subscription) - Fargo, ND, USA
The North Dakota Museum of Art will host a Lewis and Clark exhibit that opened last year at the Library of Congress. The exhibit ...

LEWIS And Clark Water Project Clears Another Hurdle
KELOLAND - Sioux Falls, SD, USA
South Dakota's congresswoman says the Lewis and Clark rural water pipeline is a step closer to getting more federal funding. Stephanie ...

LEWIS and Clark tale is told in 1800s style
Kansas City Star (subscription) - Kansas City, MO, USA
York, the slave who accompanied Lewis and Clark on their expedition 200
years ago, spent Tuesday night under a big tent in Maryville, Mo., talking
about his ...

MODERN day explorers learn Lewis and Clark skills by doing
Sioux City Journal - Sioux City, IA, USA
... the stick. Swift was a willing hunter in the first day of a summer-long program: "Think You Know Lewis and Clark? Passport Education ...

WE'RE back!
The Marshall Democrat-News - Marshall, MO, USA
... including (from left) Max Hollingsworth as Charbonneau, Stephen Meyer as York, Tyler Boothe as William Clark, Kate Peters as Meriwether Lewis, Gia Baldwin in ...

CITY, county set three-day party to celebrate Lewis and Clark
Platte County Sun News - Liberty, MO, USA
More than a dozen groups have united to recognize that Meriwether Lewis and William Clark stopped along the Missouri River on the south side of what is present ...

"VOICES Of The Trail" Gives New Life To Famous Explorers
Yankton Daily Press - Yankton, SD, USA
... of Discovery. "It is a dream team of Lewis & Clark," said Hal Stearns, the voice of Meriwether Lewis on the 80-minute CD. Stearns ...

June 17, 2004