Lewis and Clark sites

Sculpture at Kaw Point
What would the Corps of Discovery members think of their former campsite now?
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Pompeys Pillar

Explore Pompeys Pillar National Monument  William Clark carved his name onto Pompeys Pillar during the Corps of Discovery’s 1806 journey home. Meriwether Lewis and Clark had separated to explore more territory. nearly 200 years later, President Bill Clinton preserved the Montana formation as Pompeys Pillar National Monument. Pompeys Pillar is on Montana 312, half an …

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Join our Midwest Road Trip Adventures

Order the must-read book Midwest Road Trip Adventures I’m so excited to tell you about the book — our book — Midwest Road Trip Adventures. The book is a detailed guide for road trippers, and you must have it. Order directly from the publisher and choose my name, Roxie Yonkey, in the author dropdown menu. …

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Leavenworth trails: In history’s footsteps

Meeting Leavenworth’s famed folks in 10,000 steps People know Leavenworth, Kan., as the home of Fort Leavenworth and the Leavenworth federal prison. People should know Leavenworth for its famous residents and visitors. Meet many of these influential people on the Leavenworth walking trails. They include Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, Susan B. Anthony, William T. …

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13 perfect Southeast Montana day trips

Billings promotes itself as Montana’s Trailhead. Therefore, let’s take Billings at its word and enjoy a Great American Road Trip through Southeast Montana attractions. We’ll visit the West’s most famous battlefield, see William Clark’s carved signature, ride in a national recreation area, and enjoy terrific scenery. Finally, we’ll visit an alpaca farm. Table of contents: …

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