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61. Lewis and Clark Statue Lewis and Clark Statue 2001 Two-page close-up of the Lewis and Clark statue located in Case Park at 8th and Jefferson Street entitled "Corp of Discovery." It was done by Eugene Daub and dedicated in 2000. The 18-foot tall statue...

62. Lewis and Clark Voyage to Kaw Point Lewis and Clark Voyage to Kaw Point 2002 Article discusses the white settlements west of St Louis visited by Lewis and Clark in 1804. The piece is intended to refute the statement that Lewis and Clark did not see another white settlement after...

63. Lewis and Clark's French Passport: A Prequel to the Corps of Discovery Lewis and Clark's French Passport: A Prequel to the Corps of Discovery Autumn 2004 This article describes the unsuccessful attempt in the 1740s of the French family Verendrye in trying to find the western route to the Pacific Ocean. The similarities between the later Lewis and Clark...

64. Lewis and Clark: Frontier Officers, United States Army, and the Court-martial at Kaw's Point Lewis and Clark: Frontier Officers, United States Army, and the Court-martial at Kaw's Point Winter 2002 Article gives a general history of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, and details the events that took place during the group's stay at ''Kaw's Point'' (the mouth of the Kansas River at the Missouri River)...

65. Lewis and Clark: How Did They Travel? Lewis and Clark: How Did They Travel? June, 2004 Breif article discussing modes of transportation utilized by the men on the Lewis and Clark Expedition.

66. Lewis and Clark: New Perspectives Lewis and Clark: New Perspectives Fall 2003/Winter 2004 Whole issue devoted to Lewis and Clark. Articles include the following: "A St. Louis River Map Guides The Lewis and Clark Expedition;" "Conquering The Lower Missouri;" "Lewis and Clark in Missouri Timeline;"...

67. Manuel Lisa: The Wilderness Merchant Manuel Lisa: The Wilderness Merchant January-February (Winter)//1976 Portrait, illustrations, and article about Manuel Lisa (1772-1820), "pioneer among fur traders of the upper Missouri," based in Saint Louis and dealing with the Lewis and Clark expedition, the Chouteau...

68. Many Snakes, Yet Only One Snake Bite Many Snakes, Yet Only One Snake Bite June, 2004 Article examining the Corps of Discovery's encounters with snakes on the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Includes a table detailing each snake encounter mentioned in Lewis and Clark's journals, as well as...

69. Mc Cormick Distillery Mc Cormick Distillery Photos, illustrations, and information on the McCormick Distillery, first established by Ben Holladay in Weston, Missouri, in 1856 and later purchased by the McCormick family. Their natural springs of...

70. Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present 1935 Biographical sketch of Captain Meriwether Lewis (1774-1809), a leading member of the Lewis and Clark expedition, a territorial governor of Missouri (then Louisiana Territory), and a native of Virginia....

71. Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present 1935 Portrait and one paragraph of biography of William Clark (1770-1838), of Lewis and Clark expedition fame. He was born in Virginia and became a military officer, appointed with Meriwether Lewis to explore...

72. Missouri Heritage Missouri Heritage February/22/1969 File containing a biographical article about Dr. Antoine Francois Saugrain de Vigre, or Antoine Saugrain (1763-1820), the first trained physician of Saint Louis and a supplier of "scientific equipment...

73. Missouri State Quarter Missouri State Quarter File contains items with information and designs for the Missouri state quarter, part of the U.S. Mint series of state quarters. The Missouri quarter celebrates Lewis and Clark's historic return to St....

74. Moonlighting on the Lewis and Clark Expedition Moonlighting on the Lewis and Clark Expedition November 2008 Article discusses the importance of the fur trade before, during, and after the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Includes a full-page chart of "Beaver Caught and Killed by the Corps of Discovery" members while...

75. Music and Entertainment for the Corps of Discovery, 1804 Music and Entertainment for the Corps of Discovery, 1804 June, 2004 Brief article describing the music enjoyed by the members of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Among the highlights are Pierre Cruzatte's mixture of Omaha Indian and French musical cultures.

76. Newly Discovered Letters Written by Meriwether Lewis Newly Discovered Letters Written by Meriwether Lewis August 2009 This issue features three articles about recently discovered letters written by Meriwether Lewis "that focus on the triumphs of his life and reveal him at his very best." The articles include: "Planning...

77. Nicholas Jarrot and His Cahokia Mansion Nicholas Jarrot and His Cahokia Mansion July/August 2011 While the article describes the mansion built by Nicholas Jarrot, a French immigrant who arrived in America in 1791, New Orleans in 1793, and Cahokia in 1794, it also gives information about Jarrot and...

78. One Nation Among Many: The Origins and Objectives of Pike's Southwest Expedition One Nation Among Many: The Origins and Objectives of Pike's Southwest Expedition Spring 2006 Zebulon Pike's Southwest Expedition is explored in this article in Kansas History, part of the magazine's celebration of the 200th anniversary of the expedition. Pike's travels grew out of the Louisiana...

79. Original Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804-1806 Original Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804-1806 1959 Mention of observations of "a great number of Parrot queets [parroqueets]" by the Lewis and Clark expedition in 1804-1806 near Kansas City.

80. Over the Santa Fe Trail, 1857 Over the Santa Fe Trail, 1857 1905 Book with illustrations and information about the Santa Fe Trail trips in the 1840s-1850s by western trader and Missouri Captain James Chiles (1833-1873), or Jim Crow Chiles, and others and about the retracing...