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Lewis and Clark website is updated each month with articles
The Claude Moore Health Sciences Library at
the University of Virginia announces that a new Web exhibit
is now available. The online exhibit is "'Bring
Back Your Party Safe': Medicine and Health on the Lewis
and Clark Expedition."
The Library of Congress is featuring an exhibit:
Edens, Empires Lewis and Clark and the Revealing of America.
Harvard's Peabody Museum offers an online
Ethnography of Lewis and Clark:
Native American Objects and the American Quest for Commerce
and Science. (Will the newly- discovered bear claw necklace
be shown soon?)
Thanks to the sponsorship of University of
Nebraska Press, the Center for Great Plains Studies, and
the UNL Libraries Electronic Text Center, you can now access
of the Lewis and Clark Expedition Online. Initially
offering almost two hundred pages from volume four, this
website will eventually feature the full text of the journals--almost
five thousand pages in all. Also included are a gallery
of images as well as audio files of acclaimed poet William
Kloefkorn reading selected passages. The text of the celebrated
Nebraska edition of the Lewis and Clark journals, edited
by Gary E. Moulton, is searchable and easily navigated.
Member Beth Carroll-Horrocks has sent a link
to a resource of a different kind-- a collection of spurious
and apocryphal accounts of the Lewis and Clark journey in
Memories" collection at the University of Idaho.
Bicentennial Emblem Now Available from
The illustrated 6-1/2" diameter embroidered
Lewis and Clark "saga in a circle" can be yours
for $14.00 (includes S/H). Its messages are as clear and
beautiful as the piece itself.
Tack-sew it on the back of your jacket or vest (in four
or six spots) to add a touch of identity, distinction
When your friends see it, be prepared to give them our
name and address. For a larger view and ordering information,
In this area of the country:
Across the curriculum-- Tredyffrin
Middle School Students Major in Lewis and Clark Studies--
story and a photo.
Musical excitement! The
Adventures of Lewis and Clark-- Fifth grade students
at Blackwood School, Gloucester Township, New Jersey dramatized
the story of the expedition in words and music. Frank
and Rose Muhly and Norma Milner attended the production
on May 16. Norma Milner took the photographs.
At Penn State-- Pi Di Piazza and Anne Mackintosh
attended the premiere of the opera York at Penn State.
The opera's composer and librettist had presented a scene
from the opera at the Annual Meeting in Louisville.