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LEARN MORE ABOUT LEWIS AND CLARK IN IDAHO

Lewis and Clark: What Else Happened ,
http://www.lewisandclarkandwhatelse.com/lewis_and_clark_what_else

This weblog explores the historical context of the Lewis and Clark expedition, which left St. Louis on May 14, 1804 and returned on September 23, 1806. For each corresponding day during 2004-06, the weblog will summarize the expedition’s activities and describe something else that was happening in American history on that day.

Lewis And Clark in Idaho,
http://www.lewisandclarkidaho.org/

This official Idaho website commemorating the Lewis and Clark Expedition is the place to start your tour. It includes maps, journal entries at points of interest and Idaho museums along the trail This section provides contact information for the state and federal organizations involved in bicentennial planning projects in Idaho.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE NEZ PERCE

Nez Perce National Historical Trail, Spalding, ID
http://www.fs.fed.us/npnht/

The Nez Perce (or the Nimiípu or Nee-Me-Poo) Trail stretches from Wallowa Lake, Oregon, to the Bear Paw Battlefield near Chinook. These people, who fed the starving Corps as they came down from the Rockies, introduced them to Indian nations down the Columbia River system, and cared for their horses over the winter of 1805-1806 were evicted from their homeland by the U.S. in 1877. The National Historic Trail helps tell the Nez Perce story.

Take a
virtual tour, see photos and art related to major sites along the trail, along with descriptions of each site and its historical and cultural significance. http://www.fs.fed.us/npnht/tour/

The Official Website of the Nez Perce Tribe from Lapwai, Idaho.
http://www.nezperce.org/

Nez Perce National Historical Park,
http://www.nps.gov/nepe/

This site has ideas for activities that include hikes, nature and science, history and culture in the park which is located in Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington.

Nez Perce National Historic Park/Headquarters
On US 12 at US 95, 208-843-2261

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE LEMHI-SHOSHONE and SACAGAWEA

The Official site of Sacajawea's people, the Lemhi-Shoshone
http://www.lemhi-shoshone.com/

Learn about the history of the Lemhi Shoshone, who they are, where they live and their future hopes with articles and photos.

The home page for the birthplace of Sacajawea, Lemhi County, Idaho. http://www.sacajaweahome.com/

Here you will find archives filled with historically correct information concerning Sacajawea and the valley she was born in, Lemhi County, Idaho.

TRAILS AND HISTORY IN NATIONAL FORESTS ALONG THE LEWIS AND CLARK TRAIL IN IDAHO

Lewis and Clark on the Clearwater National Forest
http://www.fs.fed.us/r1/clearwater/

Lewis and Clark on the Lolo Trail/ Driving the Lolo Motorway
http://www.fs.fed.us/r1/clearwater/LewisClark/LewisClark.htm

Plants on the Trail
http://www.fs.fed.us/r1/clearwater/LewisClark/lewis_clark_plants/lcindex.htm

Where to get your travel permit
http://www.fs.fed.us/r1/clearwater/LewisClark/permit/permit_toc.htm

Other Clearwater Forest Links:
http://www.fs.fed.us/r1/clearwater/Links/Links.htm

Lewis and Clark on the Salmon-Challis National Forest
http://www.fs.fed.us/r4/sc/recreation/lewis-clark/

Lewis and Clark on the Bitterroot National Forest
http://www.fs.fed.us/r1/bitterroot/heritage/landc/lewis_and_clark.htm

Lewis and Clark on the Lolo National Fores
The Lewis & Clark / Lolo Trail

BICENTENNIAL EVENTS IN IDAHO, and THE NATION

Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commemoration Signature Events
http://www.lewisandclark200.org/
In Idaho: On June 14-17, 2006, the Niimiipuu (The Nez Perce) will commemorate a relationship between the Lewis and Clark Expedition and the Niimiipuu by hosting a National Signature Event, entitled, "Among the Niimiipuu."

Signature Event Contact:
Ethel Greene Bicentennial Coordinator,
Natural Resources Department
P.O. Box 365 Lapwai, ID 83540
Phone: (208) 843-2253 x. 3511
E-mail: ethelg@nezperce.org

Missouri Historical Society
http://www.lewisandclarkexhibit.org

The Missouri Historical Society has released the first phase of the Lewis and Clark National Bicentennial Exhibition web site. Please visit to discover what the exhibit is all about, where it is going, and much, much more.

Click on a present-day city on the map below for information on what was happening with the Lewis and Clark Expedition when they were in that area.http://www.lewisandclark.com/regionwseven/region7.html

Discovering Lewis and Clark http://www.lewis-clark.org/
This is 19-part synopsis of the expedition by Harry Fritz, Professor of History at the University of Montana. It contains over 1000 pages with historical insights, photographs, maps, sounds, graphics and pictures. New content is added monthly.

After you plan your tour and stops, don't forget to take along descriptions about plants, animals, and geology you'll find along the way.

OTHER HELPFUL LINKS FOR VISITING IDAHO

Official Idaho Travel and Tourism Guide
http://www.visitid.org/

There are maps, images, events, regional information to help plan your trip.

Idaho State Historical Society
http://idahohistory.net/

Your source for exhibits and information about Idaho history

Idaho Recreation and Tourism Initiative
http://www.idahorec.org/

The Idaho Recreation and Tourism Initiative (IRTI), is a coalition of state and federal agencies working together to provide better information for outdoor enthusiasts.

Lewis and Clark Trips in Idaho
http://www.lewisandclarkidaho.org/page.aspx/259/suggested_itineraries


Idaho Outfitters and Guides Association
http://www.ioga.org
View listings for over 250 outfitters & guides and related services.

IDAHO CITIES ALONG THE LEWIS & CLARK TRAIL

Media List and Links: Contact a local newspaper or magazine for any local information you might need.

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