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Miss Waritz's Class Project: Lewis and Clark
The journey of Lewis and Clark is very important to Oregon history. Use these websites to research their travels.
Discovering Lewis and Clark
An in-depth and interactive website that focuses on a variety of themes related to the journey of Lewis and Clark.
Journals of the Lewis and Clark Exploration
Read from the full text of the Lewis and Clark Journals-- what was the weather like, what did they discover? It's all inside!
Lewis and Clark: the Journey of the Corps of Discovery
PBS presents information on the Corps of Discovery, interviews with historians, interactive maps, and more.
Lewis and Clark in Pacific County, Washington
Read the details of the group's 18 days in Pacific County, Washington.
Lewis and Clark: Among the Tribes
Read about the various Native American tribes that Lewis and Clark encountered on their trip west.
Lewis and Clark presented by Enchanted Learning
A basic introduction to the journey and some fun learning activities can be found here.
National Geographic: Lewis and Clark
Expedition records and information on Sacagawea are just some of the topics covered on National Geographic's
The Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Exhibition
2006 was the 200th anniversary of the Lewis and Clark journey.
Lewis and Clark from 4 2 Explore
This site is a great portal for finding more information on Lewis and Clark.
The Oregon History Project
These two links include just some of the information you can find in the Oregon History Project's website by
searching for "Lewis and Clark." You can also see manuscripts and drawings from the men's journals.
What did Lewis and Clark eat?
How do you survive when crossing the wilderness? Read more about the food the team packed, and what
they ate along the way. Click here to read about the medicines they used: http://www.nps.gov/archive/jeff/lewisclark2/CorpsOfDiscovery/Preparing/Medicine/Medicine.htm.