National Council of the Lewis & Clark Bicentennial
Please note, this site has been archived, and is no longer updated
The National Council of the Lewis & Clark Bicentennial is coordinating the
celebration at the national level. Their site contains information
on the Council, agencies and contacts, conservation, projects,
related links, coming events, education,
American Indian tribes, and more.
Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail from National Park Service
The trail extends from St. Louis to the Pacific Ocean, through 11
states that the Corps of Discovery traveled. This comprehensive site provides trail history and trail sites along the entire trail.
Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation
The mission of the Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation is to
honor the remarkable historic legacy of Lewis and Clark through
research, education, preservation, promotion, and coordination.
and Clark Expedition and the USGS
Links to science
along the trail, USGS mobile exhibits and exhibits along the trail,
mapping America from Lewis and Clark to the USGS with a timeline,
Native Americans and the USGS.
Clark, The Journey of the Corps of Discovery
PBS Online website that accompanies the Ken Burns film.
Sierra Club's Lewis & Clark Bicentennial Campaign
Club's Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Campaign focuses on the wild
places and wildlifealong the trail.
This site contains essays written by Phil Scriver, based
on knowledge he gained over the past 30 years by actively participating
in a variety of projects and tours related to the Lewis and Clark
Clark Internet Archive
list of web sites (URLs) that are related in some manner to the
Lewis & Clark expedition