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Lewis and Clark Biographical Information


  • 1992-2004; Undated (Creation)


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5 postcards made from portraits of Lewis and Clark.

"Sacajawea's Papoose" by Irving W. Anderson, detailing the life of Sacajawea's son Jean-Baptist Charbonneau. 4 pages.

Undated. "Letters by explorer Clark are unveiled".

Undated. "Meriwether Lewis died by murder, not suicide".

Undated. "Symbol of St. Louis celebrates anniversary".

"Mulberry Hill Plantation: The Clark Family Home in Louisville Kentucky" by Ernest M. Ellison. 6 pages.

August 13, Sioux City Journal. "Group will re-enact burial of Sgt. Floyd".

Undated. "Scientists probe Lewis' death".

June 1992. "Long March of Lewis and Clark" by John F. Murphy, Jr. Wild West Magazine.

August 27, 1992. "On Our Minds".

September 14, 1992. "Tales from the Crypt" by Michael Riley. Time Magazine.

March 5-7, 1993. "New look at a 'great white father'" by Lew Moores. USA Weekend.

December 1993. "Explorer's suicide is mystery enough" by Rheta Grimsley Johnson.

May 30, 1994. "Doctor backtracks on History to Settle Mystery of Explorer's Demise" by Bill Dietrich. The Washington Post.

September 3, 1994. "Not Always So Rational". The Washington Post.

October 24, 1994. "Sacajawea stamp angers Shoshones" by The Associated Press. Great Falls Tribune. On the back of the article is a photocopy of a letter to the Editor from the Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation, pointing out factual errors in the article. 2 pages, 2 copies.

March 17, 1995. "Burns filming documentary" by the Associated Press. Concord Monitor.

July 10, 1995. "Clark Land in Caroline and Spotsylvania Counties" by Bob Gatten. 2 pages.

August 1996. "The Almost Final Word on Sacagawea" by Irving W. Anderson. We Proceeded On. 2 copies.

February 14-16, 1997. "What Thomas Jefferson Means Today" by Ken Burns. USA Weekend.

Undated. "Dig site might be Fort Clatsop" by Tom Kenworthy. Austin American-Statesman.

March 7, 1997. "'American Sphinx': Probing the mysteries of Jefferson" by John Hanchette. USA Today.

August 24, 1997. "On the Trail of Lewis and Clark" by Robert D. Hershey, Jr. The New York Times.

October 31 - November 2, 1997. "Why Americans still Savor being 'On the edge of the unknown'" by Ken Burns. USA Weekend.

November 2, 1997. "The Exploration Of the West, Through '90s Eyes" by Patricia Nelson Limerick. The New York Times.

November 3, 1997. "Burns paddles swiftly through explorers' story". The Dallas Morning News.

November 4, 1997. "A defining journey" by Diane Holloway. Austin American-Statesman.

December 8, 1997. "LEWIS: Cause of Death Questioned". Los Angeles Times.

September 27, 1998. "In search of outhouse history" by Joseph B. Frazier. Austin American-Statesman.

December 1998. "Of heroes and men: Rethinking Jefferson" by Leah K. Glasheen.

May 23, 1999. "Demand forces Mint to make new Susan B. Anthony coins" via The Washington Post. Austin American-Statesman.

March 17, 2000. "Golden dollar coins are a hot commodity" by Edward M. Eveld. Austin American-Statesman.

March 26, 2000. "Life of Indian Guide was short but stirring" by Greg Hassell. Houston Chronicle.

June 17, 2000. "What's the correct way to pronounce Sacagawea?" by James A. Fussell. Austin-American Statesman.

May 5-7, 2000. Trivia blurb in USA Weekend.

Undated. "Sacagawea ad campaign is a day late, dollar short" by Denise Gamino. Austin American-Statesman.

July 8, 2002. Time Magazine.

July 14, 2003. "In a first, slave's descendants go to Monticello reunion" by James Dao. Austin American-Statesman.

Undated. "Exploring Death of a Trailblazer" by J.R. Moehringer.

August 24, 2003. "Trailing Lewis and Clark" by Michael Barnes. Austin American-Statesman.

August 31, 2003. "How Lewis Almost Left Clark". Parade Magazine.

January 21, 2004. "Lost Gift to Lewis and Clark Found" by Sara Rimer. The New York Times.

August 17, 2004. "Lewis, Clark kin hold reunion" by Joseph B. Frazier. The Bryan-College Station Eagle.

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