Philadelphia Chapter Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation

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Chapter Invites the Media to Use Releases

The Philadelphia Chapter of the Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation offers the following releases related to the study of the epic expedition as it pertains to Philadelphia, or to the Eastern United States.

The pieces are not copyrighted and may be edited or rewritten to your needs. The writers are shown with each story, with a phone number, to allow you to check any facts. Historical accuracy is of highest value. We have a historical committee with members who will offer you guidance if needed. Feel free to contact us.

An optimum time period for release of each piece is suggested.

For resource help, please see the book list in another section of the web site. Any suggestions for improving this Media Kit will be greatly appreciated. You may reach Anne Mackintosh, the webmaster at webmaster@lewisandclarkphila.org or normammilner@earthlink.net with your ideas.

Thank you for using our Web Kit.
Norma Martin Milner
Philadelphia Chapter, LCTHF
(856)-829-3142

Listing:
July 2003 Chapter Announces Winners of Essay Contest

April/May 2003: Lewis and Clark in Philly? Find Them May to September!

April/May 2003: EXHIBITORS OFFER VIEWS OF LEWIS AND CLARK IN PHILADELPHIA

April, May 2003: Registering for the Annual Meeting, especially for those in the Philadelphia area

January 2003: Looking Back 200 Years

Especially for Radio News following the traffic report

National Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commemoration Begins in January 2003---Includes National Meeting of Fans at Loews Philadelphia in August: Year of Events, Exhibits Planned in the East

A Unique Public Lecture, Saving an American Treasure—The Lewis and Clark Herbarium during the next 200 years, by Richard M. McCourt of the Academy of Natural Sciences Botany Department

Philadelphia Ranks High as Nation Cybers-Up to Commemorate Lewis and Clark Bicentennial

The Three-year Bicentennial Commemoration of the Epic Lewis and Clark Expedition Begins-- a List of Links to Events of 2003

For Teachers, Tourists, and Fans: How to Get New Publications for Lewis and Clark Bicentennial that Explain Philly Connections

A Feather in the City's Cap : Bicentennial Publications Link Philadelphia to Lewis and Clark History

How Meriwether Lewis Tackled Jefferson's Dream and Made It his Own

New Map Enhances Philadelphia Links to Lewis and Clark History

Starting in November 2002: New Timeline Calendar Heralds Lewis and Clark Bicentennial

History of the Lewis And Clark Trail Heritage Foundation (LCTHF)

To Obtain Free Lewis and Clark Brochures

 

Updated July 19, 2003
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