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  • Type of Brochure: Museum
    Title: Headwaters Heritage Museum-Three Forks, MT
    Contact: Headwaters Heritage Museum
    Contact Information: 202 South Main, PO Box 116, Three Forks, MT 59752, (406) 285-4778
    Cost: Admission is free; Donations Appreciated
    Description: Museum is located in Three Forks, Montana just a short drive from the Lewis & Clark historic site, Headwaters State Park. In addition to having information available on the Lewis & Clark Expedition, the museum features a variety of aspects of local history. Books, souvenirs, postcards, videos, and other gifts are available in the Gift Shoppe.

  • Type of Brochure: Museum
    Title: Ninepipes Museum of Early Montana
    Contact: Ninepipes Museum of Early Montana
    Contact Information: 40962 US Highway 93, Charlo, MT 59824, (406) 644-3435, (406) 644-2928 (f), ninepipes@ninepipes.com, www.ninepipes.com
    Cost: General Admission is $4 for adults; $3 for students; $2 for children ages 6-12; Children under 6 are free when accompanied by an adult. Memberships are also available.
    Description: Located in Charlo, Montana, the Ninepipes Museum of Early Montana features images of history in the Hall of Photographs (Indians, trappers, miners, loggers, cowboys, cowgirls, ranchers and settlers). The museum also features a Gallery of Art of the Old West, a lifesize diorama of wild animals and an Indian camp, and viewing of some of the West’s finest Indian beadwork.

  • Type of Brochure: Museum
    Title: Museums Association of Montana Invites You to Visit Montana’s Museums
    Contact: Museums Association of Montana
    Contact Information: c/o Montana Historical Society, PO Box 201201, Helena, MT 59620-2101, Ph#: 406-444-4710
    Cost: Varies by location
    Description: Brochure includes a state map showing the locations of all museums belonging to the Museums Association of Montana (MAM). The brochure also includes contact information for each MAM museum, in alphabetical order.

  • Type of Brochure: City
    Title: Welcome to Historic Livingston
    Contact: (compiled by) Sleeping Giant Middle School Jr. Corps of Discovery
    Contact Information:
    Cost: Varies by location
    Description: The brochure features a map of Livingston, Montana, with a sampling of interesting sites to see in the area. The brochure also features information about the Lewis & Clark Expedition and the flora and fauna the group may have encountered in the Livingston area.

  • Type of Brochure: Recreational Opportunity
    Title: Lewis & Clark Bicycle Trail
    Contact: Adventure Cycling Association
    Contact Information: PO Box 8308, Missoula, MT 59807, Sales Dept. Ph#: 800-721-8719, www.adventurecycling.org
    Cost:
    Description: Individual brochures are provided for each section of the Lewis & Clark Trail. Each brochure contains a detailed map depicting a cycling route through the section. Features of each brochure include profiles, riding conditions, weather charts, instructions for travel in either direction, and bicycling-specific service listings.

  • Type of Brochure: Informational
    Title: Lewis & Clark on Lolo Creek: Prelude to the Final Challenge
    Contact: Missoula Ranger District
    Contact Information: Lolo National Forest, Missoula Ranger District, Ph#: 406-329-3814
    Cost: None
    Description: The brochure contains information about the Lewis & Clark Expedition in the Lolo Creek area. The brochure includes information and journal excerpts from the time period between August 1805 and July 1806.

  • Type of Brochure: Informational/ Recreational Opportunity
    Title: Montana’s Lewis & Clark Trail Through Missouri River Country
    Contact: Missouri River Country
    Contact Information: PO Box 387, Wolf Point, MT 59201, Ph#: 4-800-653-1319, www.missouririver.visitmt.com
    Cost: None
    Description: The brochure contains descriptions and journal excerpts from the arrival of the Lewis & Clark Expedition in Montana in 1805 and the Expedition’s return trip through Montana in 1806. The brochure also features information about river access points along the Missouri and Yellowstone Rivers and travel tips for the Missouri River Country area.

  • Type of Brochure: Informational
    Title: Lewis & Clark Across the Lolo Trail
    Contact: Lolo National Forest or Missoula Ranger District
    Contact Information: Lolo National Forest Supervisor, Missoula Ranger District, Bldg. 24, Fort Missoula, Bldg. 24-A, Fort Missoula, Missoula, MT 59801, Ph#: 406-329-3832, Ph#: 406-329-3705
    Cost: None
    Description: The brochure contains information about the Lewis & Clark Expedition across the Lolo Trail. Other features include travel information, journal excerpts, campsite and historic landmark descriptions, and a Forest Service map of the Lolo Trail. Additional contacts for Idaho locations are listed in the brochure as well.

  • Type of Brochure: Informational
    Title: Three Forks of the Lewis & Clark Trail: Their Montana Travels
    Contact: Headwaters Chapter of the Lewis & Clark Trail Heritage Foundation
    Contact Information: PO Box 577, Bozeman, MT 59771-0577
    Cost:
    Description: This colorful brochure contains photographs of various sites seen by the Lewis & Clark Expedition in Montana, as well as information about the group’s journey through the Three Forks (Three Rivers Valley) area. The brochure also features excerpts from the journals of Lewis & Clark both in 1805 and 1806, maps of the Three Forks area, and a listing of sources for additional information about the Lewis & Clark Expedition in Montana.

  • Type of Brochure: Recreational Opportunity Title: Floating the Upper Missouri
    Contact: Bureau of Land Management
    Contact Information: BLM-Fort Benton Visitor Center, P O Box 1389, Fort Benton, MT 59442, Ph#: 406-622-3839
    Cost:
    Description: This brochure contains information about floating opportunities on the Upper Missouri River. Features include information on trip preparation, river safety, boater registration information, a sites and facilities chart, boating regulations, and camping opportunities. Other features include following the Lewis & Clark Expedition through the 149 miles of the Upper Missouri and the BLM’s “Leave No Trace” and “Stewards of the Land” programs.

  • Type of Brochure: Informational/Recreational Opportunity
    Title: Missouri River Boater Information Guide
    Cost: Varies
    Contact Information: Missouri River Information Center: 1-866-285-3219; Current Lake & River Elevations: 1-402-697-2678 (recording); Missouri River Water Management: www.nwd-mr.usace.army.mil/rcc; US Army Corp of Engineers Project offices: Fort Peck Dam: 406-526-3411; Garrison Dam: 701-654-7411; Oahe Dam: 605-224-5862; Big Bend Dam: 605-245-2255; Ft Randall Dam: 605-487-7847; Gavins Point Dam: 605-667-7873
    Cost:
    Description: This informational guide contains a partial list of commercial businesses along the Missouri River that may provide portage service, as there are no locks incorporated in any of the six Corps dam structures on the river to accommodate the passage of boats. On-the-water gas service information and commercial business contact information is also provided.

  • Type of Brochure: Informational/Recreational Opportunity
    Title: Auto Tour of the Corps of Discovery Sites in the Upper Missouri Valley, Montana Courtesy of: Crimson Bluffs Chapter, Lewis & Clark Trail Heritage Foundation
    Contact: Rose Oleson
    Contact Information: Crimson Bluffs Chapter, LCTHF, 415 S. Front Street, Townsend, MT 59644, Ph#: (406) 266-3425, e-mail: roleson@fs.fed.us
    Cost: none
    Description: This self-guided auto tour brochure contains a map and guide of the Lewis & Clark historic sites in the Townsend, Montana and Toston, Montana areas. The brochure also contains excerpts from the journals of Lewis, Clark, and Sgt. Gass, as well as information about Captain Clark’s slave companion, York.

  • Type of Brochure: Event Advertisement
    Title: Lewis & Clark Festival: The Great Acquisition, June 25-29, 2003
    Courtesy of: Lewis & Clark Interpretive Association
    Contact: Lewis & Clark Interpretive Association
    Contact Information: Lewis & Clark Interpretive Assoc., PO Box 2848, Great Falls, MT 59403-2848, Ph#: 406-452-5661, Websites: www.corpofdiscovery.org or www.lewis-clarkstore.com
    Cost: Varies depending on events/activities attended
    Description: This brochure describes the annual Lewis & Clark Festival held in Great Falls, Montana. An area map is listed, as well as descriptions of the various events and activities occurring throughout the festival. Some highlights include Missouri River float trips, a Plains Indian Encampment, a Lewis & Clark Period Encampment, a seminar; and botanical walks. A ticket registration form is included for your convenience on the back of the brochure.

  • Type of Brochure: Informational
    Title: Discover “Pompeys Pillar”
    Courtesy of: Rochejhone Chapter of the Lewis & ClarkTrail Heritage Foundation
    Contact: Myrtle Hubley
    Contact Information: Rochejhone Chapter, LCTHF, 368 Camel Place, Billings, MT 59105, Ph#: 406-256-9597
    Cost:
    Description: This informational brochure contains descriptions of Pompeys Pillar, as well as excerpts from the journals of Lewis & Clark describing the naming of the Pillar, Clark’s signature on the Pillar, as well as excerpts about the Expedition’s 20-day journey through the Yellowstone River drainage.

  • Type of Brochure: Informational
    Title: Pompeys Pillar: National Historic Landmark
    Courtesy of: Bureau of Land Management Montana/Dakotas
    Contact: Pompeys Pillar Visitor Center or BLM-Billings Field Office
    Contact Information: Pompeys Pillar Visitor Center, 28 Miles East of Billings on I-94, Ph#: 406-875-2233
    Cost:
    Description: This brochure gives an informational insight to Pompeys Pillar as a National Historic Landmark. The brochure also includes a map, key and directions to the Pillar, as well as a chart of facilities and services containing a schedule of their availability.

  • Type of Brochure: Informational/Recreational Opportunity
    Title: Montana Lewis & Clark Bitterroot Valley: A Modern Day Journey
    Courtesy of: Bitterroot Valley Chamber of Commerce/ Bitterroot National Forest Service
    Contact: Bitterroot Valley Chamber of Commerce or Bitterroot National Forest Service
    Contact Information: Bitterroot Valley Chamber of Commerce, 105 East Main Street, Hamilton, MT 59840, Ph#: 406-363-2400, e-mail: localinfo@bvchamber.com, website: www.bvchamber.com
    or
    Bitterroot National Forest Service, 1801 North First Street, Hamilton, MT 59840, Ph#: 406-363-7100
    Cost:
    Description: This brochure contains a brief history of the Lewis & Clark Expedition in the Bitterroot Valley, as well as a map with the location of museums and Lewis & Clark historical sites along this section of the Lewis & Clark Trail.

  • Type of Brochure: Informational Title: National Historic Landmarks of Lewis & Clark in Montana: Plan your own Journey of Discovery
    Courtesy of: Montana Historical Society
    Contact: Ellen Baumler
    Contact Information: Montana Historical Society, PO Box 201201, 225 North Roberts, Helena, MT 59620-1201, Ph#: 406-444-1687, Web: montanahistoricalsociety.org Cost:
    Description: This brochure contains a map with accompanying descriptions of Lewis & Clark historic landmarks in Montana. The brochure also includes excerpts from the journals of Lewis & Clark.

  • Type of Brochure: Recreational Opportunities
    Title: Native Ed-Ventures: Walk through Time…with the Original Caretakers of this Land
    Courtesy of: Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes The People’s Center Contact: The People’s Center
    Contact Information: The People’s Center, Native Ed-Ventures, Box 278, Pablo, MT 59855, Ph#: 406-883-5344 or Toll Free: 800-883-5344, Fax: 406-675-0260, E-mail: tours@peoplescenter.org, Website: www.peoplescenter.org
    Cost: Varies by activity
    Description: Native Ed-Ventures offers a variety of programs, pow wows, traditional encampments, and customized itineraries. This brochure gives brief descriptions of these activities, including information on scheduling and reservations or arranging a personalized itinerary. The brochure also gives an area map with directions to The People’s Center in Pablo, Montana.

  • Type of Brochure: Interpretive Center
    Title: Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center
    Courtesy of: Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center
    Contact:
    Contact Information: PO Box 1806, Great Falls, MT 59403-1806, Ph#: 406-727-8733, Fax: 406-453-6157, Website: www.fs.fed.us/rl/lewisclark/lcic.htm
    Cost: Adults $5; Students with ID: $4; Senior (62+) $4; Youth (6-17) $2; Children under 6 free; Group rates available by prearrangement; Annual family & individual passes available; Golden Age, Golden Access and Golden Eagle passes accepted
    Description: The brochure describes the various Lewis & Clark historic sites that can be seen and activities available at the Interpretive Center. The brochure also includes a map of the Great Falls, Montana area with directions to the Interpretive Center. The Interpretive Center’s hours are also listed.

  • Type of Brochure: Recreational Opportunity
    Title: Boat Tours: Gates of the Mountains
    Courtesy of: Gates of the Mountains, Inc.
    Contact: Tim Crawford
    Contact Information: Gates of the Mountains, Inc., PO Box 478, Helena, MT 59624, Ph#: 406-458-5241, E-mail: tcrawford@in-tch.com, Website: www.gatesofthemountains.com
    Cost: (Cruise Fares) Adults $9.50; Seniors (60+) $8.50; Children (4-17) $6; Children (4 and under) Free
    Description: The brochure contains photographs and historical information about the Gates of the Mountains site, as well as excerpts from the journals of Lewis & Clark. Also included is directions to the Gates of the Mountains, the Cruise schedule and hours of operation, and cruise fares.

  • Type of Brochure: Recreational Opportunity
    Title: Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge
    Courtesy of: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service & National Wildlife Refuge System
    Contact:
    Contact Information: Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge, PO Box 110, Lewistown, MT 59457, Ph#: 406-538-8706, Fax: 406-538-7521, E-mail: cmr@fws.gov, Websites: http://cmr.fws.gov; U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service website: www.fws.gov. For refuge information: ph# 1-800-344-WILD
    Cost:
    Description: The brochure contains excerpts from the journals of Lewis & Clark, as well as a historical background of the area and what can be found there today. Also included is a map of the refuge and surrounding area, travel advisories and restrictions, and quotes from cowboy artist Charles M. Russell.

  • Type of Brochure: Recreational Opportunity
    Title: Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge
    Courtesy of: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service & U.S. Department of the Interior
    Contact:
    Contact Information: Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge, PO Box 247, Stevensville, MT 59870, Ph#: 406-777-5552, Fax: 406-777-5542, E-mail: r6rw@lmc@fws.gov, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service website: www.fws.gov
    Refuge headquarters office location: 115 West Third Street, Stevensville, MT 59870
    Cost:
    Description: The brochure contains a historical background of the area, as well as information about the creation of the refuge and visitor and research opportunities.

  • Type of Brochure: Recreational Opportunity
    Title: Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge Self-Guided Auto Tour
    Courtesy of: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service & U.S. Department of the Interior
    Contact:
    Contact Information: Website: http://medicinelake.fws.gov
    Cost:
    Description: The brochure contains directions and a map to the refuge site, as well as information about the ten designated observation sites along the 14-mile auto tour route. Also included are the hours of operation of the Refuge Headquarters.

  • Type of Brochure: Recreational Opportunity
    Title: Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge
    Courtesy of: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service & U.S. Department of the Interior
    Contact: Refuge Manager
    Contact Information: Refuge Manager, Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Medicine Lake, MT 59247, E-Mail: Elizabeth_madden@fws.gov (Refuge Biologist), Website: http://medicinelake.fws.gov
    Cost:
    Description: The brochure contains a brief history of the area, as well as habitat, management, and visitor information. Also included is a map of the refuge and the surrounding area.

  • Type of Brochure: Recreational Opportunity
    Title: Hunting at Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge
    Courtesy of: U.S Fish & Wildlife Service & U.S. Department of the Interior
    Contact: Refuge Manager
    Contact Information: Refuge Manager, Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge, HC 51, Box 2, Medicine Lake, MT 59247, Ph#: 406-789-2305, Website: http://medicinelake.fws.gov
    Cost:
    Description: The brochure contains a map of the refuge and the surrounding area, as well as refuge regulations, safety tips, and special hunting regulations.

  • Type of Brochure: Speaker/Interpretive Guide
    Title: The Recollections of William Clark: first person portrayals of the Co-commander of the Corp of Discovery by Ritchie Doyle
    Courtesy of: Ritchie Doyle
    Contact: Ritchie Doyle
    Contact Information: Ritchie Doyle, Ph#: 406-273-2279, E-mail: Ritchie@bigsky.net
    Cost: please contact Mr. Doyle for bookings and prices
    Description: The brochure contains descriptions of the many living-history programs Mr. Doyle presents as William Clark, including Troubled Trust: Lewis & Clark’s Legacy and the Indian Frontier; Endless Discovery: The Hand-to-Hand History of Publishing the Lewis & Clark Journals; Home-Bound on the Roche Jaune: Clark on the Yellow Stone; Salute to Success: A Personal Report to the American Public Upon Returning; and Lewis & Clark Through Grizzly-Colored Glasses. The brochure also contains information about the hands-on items included with the presentations, Mr. Doyle’s background, and audience comments.

  • Type of Brochure: Informational
    Title: Lewis & Clark: The Montana Journey-A Guide to easy-to-reach sites and unique things to do. Courtesy of: Travel Montana, Department of Commerce
    Contact: Travel Montana, Department of Commerce
    Contact Information: Travel Montana, General Information, 301 S. Park Avenue, PO Box 200533, Helena, MT 59620-0533, Ph#: 406-841-2702, Website: visitmt.com
    Cost: Free
    Description: The brochure contains historical information about twenty-six Lewis & Clark sites in Montana, as well as general information about Lewis & Clark’s journey through Montana, information on the area’s original inhabitants and suggestions for further reading. Information is also included on Montana’s two National Signature Events: Explore! The Big Sky (Great Falls, MT June 1-July 4, 2005) and Clark on the Yellowstone (Pompeys Pillar, Billings, MT July 22-25, 2006).

  • Type of Brochure: Informational
    Title: Indian Arts & Crafts Act: Know the Law
    Courtesy of: Indian Arts and Crafts Board
    Contact:
    Contact Information: Indian Arts & Crafts Board, U.S Department of the Interior, 1849 C Street, NW, MS, 4004-MIB, Washington, DC 20240, Ph#: 202-208-3773, E-mail: iacb@os.doi.gov, Website: www.iacb.doi.gov
    Cost:
    Description: The brochure defines the Indian Arts & Crafts Act, as well as includes civil and criminal penalties for violating the Act, the scope of the Act, how to file complaints with the Indian Arts & Crafts Board, how to stop misrepresentation of Indian Arts & Crafts, and how to protect yourself as a consumer. An additional rack card containing information about how to file complaints with the Indian Arts & Crafts Board is also available.

  • Type of Brochure: Informational
    Title: Montana’s Indian Country
    Courtesy of: Travel Montana, Department of Commerce
    Contact:
    Contact Information: Travel Montana, Ph#: 800-VISIT-MT, Website: www.visitmt.com
    Cost:
    Description: This brochure includes a wide variety of information about Montana’s Native Americans. Information includes a brief history of Montana’s Native Americans, visiting a reservation, a calendar of events with contact information for each annual event, and a map of the state with travel information and reservation locations. The brochure also features eight individual segments devoted to each of the seven reservations (Blackfeet, Crow, Flathead, Fort Belknap, Fort Peck, Northern Cheyenne, and Rocky Boy’s) and the Little Shell Tribe that is a state-recognized tribe without a designated reservation in Montana. Each segment tells of the people, location, economy, and points of interest associated with each reservation and/or tribe.

  • Type of Brochure: Informational
    Title: Bringing Lewis & Clark to Life: Organizations & Agencies that are working to preserve the Lewis & Clark heritage in Central Montana
    Courtesy of: Lewis & Clark Interpretive Association
    Contact:
    Contact Information:
    Cost:
    Description: This brochure contains a brief description and historical background of nineteen organizations and agencies working to preserve the Lewis & Clark heritage in Central Montana. The brochure also contains a map of the Lewis & Clark Expedition Portage Route, as prepared by Cascade County GIS Department, and a map of the entire Expedition Route, including an “analysis buffer” of the actual area the Expedition could have seen as they passed through the territory.

  • Type of Brochure: Recreational Opportunity
    Title: Montana’s Missouri River Canoe Company
    Courtesy of: Virgelle Mercantile
    Contact:
    Contact Information: Virgelle Mercantile, HC 67 Box 50, Loma, MT 59460, Ph#: 800-426-2926, Ph#: 406-378-3110
    Cost: Varies
    Description: The brochure contains information about the Missouri River Canoe Company, sites that can be seen on various tours offered by the company, and information on planning, transportation, food and lodging associated with the tours.

  • Type of Brochure: Recreational Opportunity
    Title: Follow the Lewis & Clark Trail with Canoe Montana
    Courtesy of: Canoe Montana
    Contact:
    Contact Information: Canoe Montana, 1312 Front Street, Box 591, Fort Benton, MT 59442, Ph#: 800-500-4538, Ph#: 406-622-5882, E-mail: info@montanariver.com, Website: www.montanariver.com
    Cost: Varies
    Description: The brochure describes the various trips offered by Canoe Montana, as well as costs associated with each tour. Also included is a list of available rental equipment with fees, information about the company, and transportation options.

  • Type of Brochure: Recreational Opportunity
    Title: White Cliff Tours: Missouri Breaks River Tours
    Courtesy of: Missouri Breaks River Tours
    Contact:
    Contact Information: Missouri Breaks River Tours, Ph#: 406-728-2960, Cell#: 406-370-3334, E-mail: lemmad55@aol.com, Website: www.skybusiness.com/whiteclifftours/
    Cost: Varies
    Description: The brochure describes three tours offered by the company with respect to the White Cliffs of the Missouri River area. Also included are tour prices and a small map of the area.

  • Type of Brochure: Recreational Opportunity
    Title: Upper Missouri River Keelboat Co.
    Courtesy of: Upper Missouri River Keelboat Co.
    Contact: M.T. Nottingham
    Contact Information: Upper Missouri River Keelboat Co., Box 201, Loma, MT 59460, Ph#: 406-739-4333, Ph#: 888-721-7133, E-Mail: keelboat@mtintouch.com, Website: www.mrkeelboat.com
    Cost:
    Description: The brochure describes the scenery that can be viewed on the tours, as well as information about other activities besides the keelboat rides included with the tours. Also included are descriptions of the boat, minimum and maximum group numbers, and excerpts from the journals of Lewis & Clark.

  • Type of Brochure: Recreational Opportunity
    Title: The Lewis & Clark Montana Experience
    Courtesy of: Lewis & Clark Trail Bicentennial Commission of Lewis & Clark County
    Contact:
    Contact Information: L&C Trail Bicentennial Commission of L&C County, PO Box 4488, Helena, MT 59604, Ph#: 406-459-2987
    Cost:
    Description: The brochure describes the outdoor museum and lasting legacy to Lewis & Clark located at Helena’s Great Northern Town Center, Bicentennial Plaza. The brochure also includes information about what visitors can experience at the site, the sites and landmarks that will be represented, and the community benefits of the project. A variety of information is also included about the L&C Trail Bicentennial Commission of L&C County and the other partners working together to make this project a success.

  • Type of Brochure: Recreational Opportunity
    Title: Welcome to the Rocking Z Ranch
    Courtesy of: Rocking Z Ranch
    Contact:
    Contact Information: Rocking Z Ranch, 2020 Sieben Canyon Road, Wolf Creek, MT 59648, Ph#: 406-458-3890, Fax: 406-458-6287, E-mail: wirthexcav@aol.com, Website: www.visitmt.com; click on “ranches”
    Cost: Varies by season
    Description: This brochure describes the Rocking Z Ranch, the scenery in its location, and directions to the Ranch. Also included is a history of Lewis & Clark in the area, information on outdoor pursuits and historic opportunities available, as well as information on accommodations, amenities, other activities offered, and rates.

  • Type of Brochure: Theater Performance
    Title: “Clark & Lewis Show: A Colossal Extravaganza (on a less-than-lavish scale)”
    Courtesy of: Vigilante Theatre Company
    Contact:
    Contact Information: The Vigilante Theatre Company, 111 S. Grand, Bozeman, MT 59715, Ph#: 406-586-3897, Website: vigilantetheatrecompany.com
    Cost:
    Description: This brochure and postcard combination describes the Thomas Q. Morris comedy and traveling production, “Clark & Lewis Show: A Colossal Extravaganza (on a less-than-lavish scale)”, featuring songs by Greg Keeler. The Company is renowned for interweaving subtleties of local culture and regional perspectives into its thought-provoking, high-spirited performances, while inciting hilarity and spontaneity in every show. Also available is a rack card with a brief history of The Vigilante Theatre Company, its mission, and a token of thanks to its supporters.

  • Type of Brochure: Recreational Opportunity
    Title: Visit Montana’s Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park
    Courtesy of: Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks
    Contact:
    Contact Information: Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park, Ph#: 406-287-3541
    Cost:
    Description: This brochure includes directions to the caverns, accompanied by an area map, as well as the operating hours of the Caverns. Also included is a list of activities and amenities available on-site, camping and tour fees, and information on three nearby State Parks-Missouri Headwaters, Madison Buffalo Jump, and Bannack.

  • Type of Brochure: Theater Performance
    Title: Montana Outdoor Theater: Lewis & Clark’s “Journey of Discovery"
    Courtesy of: Jefferson Valley Presents
    Contact:
    Contact Information: Jefferson Valley Presents, PO Box 17, Whitehall, MT 59759, Ph#: 406-287-9235
    Cost: Adults $12; Seniors $8; Children under 12 $4; Children 5 and under free
    Description: This brochure gives information on show dates and times, as well as ticket and theater information. Also included are directions and a map to the Outdoor Theater and a weather policy (the show will go on rain or shine).

  • Type of Brochure: Informational
    Title: Lewis & Clark Trail
    Courtesy of: National Park Service & Department of the Interior
    Contact:
    Contact Information: Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail, 601 Riverfront Drive, Omaha, NE 68102, Ph#: 402-661-1804, Website: www.nps.gov/lecl
    Cost: None
    Description: This brochure takes a comprehensive look at the entire Lewis & Clark trail. Information includes a brief synopsis of the Expedition’s journey, as well as a timeline with brief descriptions of what happened at various times during the course of the Expedition. Also included is general information about the Corp of Discovery, the journey to the shore of the Pacific, and the return to St. Louis. A complete map of the entire trail showing landmarks is featured as well, including highlights of “things to know about the Lewis & Clark Trail.”

  • Type of Brochure: Informational
    Title: Bicentennial Commemoration 2003-2006: Discovering the Legacy of Lewis & Clark
    Courtesy of: Lewis & Clark Interagency Partnership
    Contact:
    Contact Information: www.lewisandclark200.com
    Cost: None
    Description: This brochure contains information about Lewis & Clark historic sites throughout the entire trail, sorted by state. In addition, contact information is provided for each site listed. On the reverse side of the foldout brochure, a map of the U.S. is provided highlighting the Louisiana Purchase and the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail. Each site identified in the text portion of the brochure is also featured on the U.S. map to show the respective locations of each of the sites.

  • Type of Brochure: Informational
    Title: Lewis & Clark: A Legacy of Science
    Courtesy of: U.S. Department of the Interior & U.S Geological Survey
    Contact:
    Contact Information: U.S. Geological Survey, Box 25286, Denver, CO 80225, Ph#: 888-ASK, USGS (888-275-8747), Fax: 303-202-4188, Website: www.usgs.gov/features/LewisandClark.html
    Cost: $10 each, plus $5 shipping and handling
    Description: The brochure contains information about the origins of USGS, as well as an image of the new “Lewis & Clark” A Legacy of Science” poster. The actual size of the poster is 54”x42” and is listed as Item Number 112605. Additional images of this map can be viewed at http://rockyweb.cr.usgs.gov/historicmaps/historicmapsfromlca.html. Information is also included on how to become an authorized USGS Business Partner retailer.

  • Type of Brochure: Informational/Recreational Opportunity
    Title: The Sun River Valley: Historical Auto Tour Guide
    Courtesy of: 1998-99 Simms High School Honors English Class, Simms, Montana
    Contact:
    Contact Information:
    Cost:
    Description: The brochure outlines various points of interest in the Sun River Valley in Cascade County, Montana. For those sites that are on private land, contact information for landowners is provided so that the sites can still be experienced. In addition, a historical overview of the area is provided, along with information about the brochure’s funding partners. A variety of poetic verses accompany scenic photographs placed throughout the brochure.

  • Type of Brochure: Recreational Opportunity
    Title: Lewis & Clark Historical Tours
    Courtesy of: White Bear Tours, LLC
    Contact:
    Contact Information: White Bear Tours, PO Box 7072, Great Falls, MT 59406, Ph#: 406-452-0333, Ph#: 406-727-5856, Website: dicksrvpark.com
    Cost: Captains (Adults): $40; Retired Explorers (+62): $38; Privates (12 and under): $35
    Description: The brochure includes information about Alexander Hamilton Willard, a member of the Lewis & Clark Expedition, whose 5th great grandson hosts this Lewis & Clark Historical Charter Tour. Also described are the stops along the 8-hour tour and information about the sites that can be seen. Group and individual tours are offered, and directions to the starting point of the tour are included. All admission fees for the various locations visited along the tour are included, as well as a box lunch.

  • Type of Brochure: Informational/Recreational Opportunity
    Title: Lewis & Clark Bicentennial Signature Events in Montana
    Courtesy of:
    Contact: Peggy Bourne
    Contact Information: Peggy Bourne, PO Box 5021, Great Falls, MT 59403, Ph#: 406-455-8451, Website: www.explorethebigsky.org, or Website: www.clarkontheyellowstone.org
    Cost:
    Description: The brochure includes information about Montana’s two National Signature Events, “Explore! the Big Sky,” June 1 – July 4, 2005, and “Clark on the Yellowstone,” July 22 – July 25, 2006.

  • Type of Brochure: Informational/Recreational Opportunity
    Title: National Lewis & Clark Bicentennial Commemoration 2003-2006
    Courtesy of: National Council of the Lewis & Clark Bicentennial
    Contact:
    Contact Information: National Council of L&C Bicentennial, PO Box 11940, Saint Louis, MO 63112-0040, Ph#: 314-361-9031, Website: www.lewisandckark200.org
    Cost:
    Description: The brochure provides information on the 15 national Signature Events planned trail-wide beginning with the January 18, 2003 event at Monticello, Charlottesville, Virginia, and concluding with the 15th event, “Confluence with Destiny: The Return of Lewis & Clark, planned for September 23-34, 2006 in the Greater Saint Louis Metropolitan Area.

 

 


 

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