Lewis and Clark ... and the Indians: a bicentennial's delicate balance
The journey ... opening of the West to American settlement - and that meant dissettlement of native Americans and the destruction of their cultures and families. But one thing we do have to celebrate is that we survived Lewis and Clark."
From Lewis and Clark to Landsat
But somehow, Clark – the cartographer in the group – made do. When San Francisco map collector David Rumsey took his copy of Lewis and Clark’s published map of their journey ... in the early 1980s, to start looking at real estate in a different ...
VENTURA COUNTY NEWS : Art Historian : Painter on Journey to Re-Create Expedition of Lewis and Clark
If all goes well, it will take Bob Rickards of Thousand Oaks 23 years to finish 80 oil paintings depicting their journey ... this point, Lewis and Clark have yet to cross the Rocky Mountains or catch sight of the Pacific Ocean, let alone start on the ...
Lewis and Clark on the Edge
SOME 200 years ago, on Nov. 15, 1805, the Lewis and Clark expedition ... there, and almost everything about it is wide, including the Columbia River itself. Every time I pass through that region, I feel grateful to have been born in the American West.
What Lewis and Clark Ate
On May 14, 1804, along with 31 other men, Lewis and Clark set out to do exactly ... Keeping the expedition members healthy and well-fed was obviously a pressing concern. This epic mission had a wild, strange and often surprising menu. The trek began ...