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  • Edith Cole, "Overland in S.E. Washington" or "Sacajawea: Lone Woman of the Expedition." Retrace the expedition's footsteps through our region, or learn of the heroics of Sacajawea. Both presentations are a must for students of Lewis and Clark. Ph.-509-843-1010, mailing add.-1012 Hwy. 12 E. Pomeroy, WA 99347, 3-mail- edith@pomeroy-wa.com

  • Charles R. Knowles, "Crossing the Continental Divide." Learn of the challenges and hazards the Corps faced while crossing Idaho's Bitterroot Mountains. You'll gain a greater appreciation for this brave expedition. Ph.-208-882-3353, mailing add.- 1106 East Sixth St., Moscow, ID 83843, cknowles@uidaho.edu.

  • Linwood Laughy, "Lewis & Clark in Nez Perce Country." Laughy's presentation of the expedition's encounters with the Nez Perce can be easily adapted to audiences of all ages. Ph.- 208-926-7875, mailing add. - P.O. Box 447, Kooskia, ID 83539, e-mail- lin@lewisclarkidaho.com.

  • Diane Mallickan, "The Nez Perce Kinship System." How did the famiily structure keep law and order? How was the environment preserved for future generations? Whether Indian or non-Indian, what does this mean for us today? Ph. 208-843-2261, ext. 122, mailing add. - 39063 Hwy. 95, Spalding, ID 83540, e-mail- diana_mallickan@nps.gov.

  • Sandi McFarland, "Nature's Supermarket." McFarland shares interesting insights to the Nez Perce Tribe's use of plants and trees. Ph.- 208-476-8200 ext. 334, add. - USFS in Orofini, ID, e-mail- smcfarland01@fs.fed.us.

  • Allen Pinkham, "Nez Perce History and Legends." Pinkham emphasizes Lewis & Clark and contact with the Nez Perce from the Tribe's perspective; a side of the Lewis & Clark story rarely heard. Ph.- 208-836-5707, mailing add. - Rt. 1 Box 12, Lenore, ID 83541, e-mail- 5blueskys@syringa.net.

  • Craig Rockwell, "Lewis & Clark: History Comes Alive." Whether in character and uniform or not, Rockwell's portrayal of Capt. William Clark is fascinating. Ph. 509-386-6054, mailing add. - 2921 Scenic Hills Dr., Clarkston, WA 99403, e-mail- craig.s.rockwell@usace.army.mil.

  • Carole Simon-Smolinski, "Corps of Discovery on the Columbia." This scholar will captivate an audience with findings from her research. Ph.- 509-758-5773, mailing ad.- 2780 26th St., Clarkston, WA 99403, e-mail- csmoli@clarkston.com.

  • Norm Steadman, "Lewis & Clark in Idaho" or Bicentennial News." Learn interesting information about Lewis & Clark travels through Idaho. Ph.- 208-435-4246, or 208-435-4216, mailing add.- P.O. Box 312, Weippe,ID 83553, e-mail- weippenorm@hotmail.com.

  • Dog Bark Park, "Dog Tales on the Lewis & Clark Trail; the Story of Seaman the Expedition Dog." A lively presentation about Meriwether Lewis' Newfoundland dog who accompanied the expedition to the Pacific Ocean and back. Ph.- 208-962-3647, mailing add.- Hwy. 95 at the Dog, Cottonwood, ID 83522, e-mail- dogbark@camasnet.net.

  • John Fisher, "Medicine and the Lewis & Clark Expedition." A discussion of the medicine and medical events of the expedition using a medical chest w/50 herbs and chemicals, and 15 instruments used on the trip. Ph.- 208-843-7159, mailing add.- 25216 Arrow Highline Road., Juliaetta, ID 83535, e-mail- jwfisher@starband.net.

  • Connie R. Grant, "Corps of Discovery: A Mother Relives the Story." In this first person living history program Lucy Meriwether Lewis Marks, herbalist and mother of Capt. Lewis, relives the story during early fall 1807. Ph.- 208-983-6724, mailing add.- Rt. 1 Box 835, Grangeville, ID 83530, e-mail- connie_grant@mail.yellowstone.net.

  • James R. Fazio, "Across the Snowy Ranges, Lewis and Clark in Idaho and Western Montana." Get an overview of the Lewis & Clark route and unique experiences of the expedition in Idaho and Montana. Learn of the perils and rewards of self-publishing. Ph.- 208-882-0965, mailing address- P.O. Box 441139, Univ. of Idaho, Moscow, ID 83844-1139, e-mail - jfazio@uidaho.edu.

  • Robbin Johnston, "Changing Landscapes of Makiah...then and now." A slide show about Kamiah past and present. This interesting program includes ancient Nez Perce land use practices. Ph.- 208-476-8335, or 208-935-2254, mailing add.- 816 Baker St., Kamiah, ID 83536, e-mail- rtjohnston@fs.fed.us.

 


 

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