Travel Montana website; links to Montana Lewis and Clark information.
A U.S. Forest Service site that addresses the topic of the Expedition in the Rocky Mountains of Montana; a solid place to begin work on this difficult, controversial leg of the journey; includes useful Indian material.
A site for the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center in Great Falls; information especially useful prior to a visit to the Center.
The place to start looking for Indian perspectives on the Lewis and Clark Expedition; excellent "Index of Native American Resources on the Internet" listings; site run by a private individual; includes oral/written-history, regional, and Canadian sites, as well as Indian timelines and sources for photo images; see also: http://hanksville.org/NAresources/indices/NAculture.html
One of the "must" Expedition sites, run by the Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation, Inc.; extensive information and valuable links to other Expedition sites; called by many "one of the best Lewis and Clark site on the Web."
A website for the National Council of the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial, spun off from the Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation in 1997 to handle bicentennial activities nationwide; very useful links to related Lewis and Clark websites.
Dr. Joseph Mussulman's ever-expanding VIAs, Inc., website "Discovering Lewis and Clark," addressing myriad aspects of the Expedition; can benefit students, buffs, scholars, and travelers of the Trail; imaginative, innovative, and solidly based in historical fact; includes strong Indian content; user needs advanced software to receive.
This is the home page for the U.S. National Park Service's Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail office; reliable information; useful links to other Lewis and Clark websites.
The background informational/contextual site for the Ken Burns/Dayton Duncan 1997 PBS documentary on the Expedition; useful links to other reputable Lewis and Clark sites; solid classroom resources for teachers; excellent Indian content.
One of the very best of the background websites for the Expedition; run out of Washington State University in Pullman by the Virtual Professional Development School (vpds); contains Jay Rasmussen's extensive list of Lewis and Clark Internet sites, with time-saving recommendations for quality; resources for K-12 teachers; great bibliographies and addresses for additional contacts.
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