Fort Clatsop National Memorial

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National Parks
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Acadia NP SE Maine 1919 48,419 (19,603) Mountain and coast scenery.
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Fort Clatsop National Memorial,

now part of Lewis and Clark National Historical Park. See National Parks and MonumentsNational Parks and Monuments

National Parks
Name Type1 Location Year authorized Size
acres (hectares)
Description
Acadia NP SE Maine 1919 48,419 (19,603) Mountain and coast scenery.
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He has worked on some of the Park Services more complex development and restoration issues including expanding the purpose of Fort Clatsop National Memorial to encompass the Lewis and Clark sites along the Washington and Oregon sides of the lower Columbia River.
The day they sighted what they thought was the Pacific began in a special way for the members of the Corps of Discovery, said Jill Harding, the chief of visitor services at Lewis and Clark National Historical Park and Fort Clatsop National Memorial in Astoria, Ore.
Special stamp ceremonies will be held today at key sites in 11 states, including the Fort Clatsop National Memorial in Astoria and the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center at Cape Disappointment State Park in Ilwaco, Wash.
Multi-million dollar acquisitions are also slated for Flight 93 National Memorial in Pennsylvania, Fort Clatsop National Memorial in Oregon, and the National Capital Parks in Washington, D.
Across the river, Fort Clatsop National Memorial re-creates the fort that the Corps built for their winter stay in 1805-06.
includes stops at Fort Clatsop National Memorial, the Columbia River Maritime Museum, Hells Canyon, the Bonneville Dam, with hiking along the Snake River and a train ride through forests and orchards at the base of Mount Hood.
25 million for Fort Clatsop National Memorial in Oregon to acquire sensitive coastal lands in a historic area that represents the culmination of the Lewis and Clark expedition.
In 1999 an Oregon anthropologist stumbled across a 148-year-old map defining the location of Lewis and Clark's winter quarters - not far, it turns out, from where the 1955 replica stands today, at Fort Clatsop National Memorial.
In nearby Warrenton, Fort Clatsop National Memorial is situated approximately where the Corps of Discovery wintered nearly 200 years ago and features a replica of the outpost.
Nearly 200 years after Lewis and Clark's expedition from the Missouri to the Pacific, park officials at Fort Clatsop National Memorial are working to expand the park unit and broaden its story of the explorers.
They can explore Fort Clatsop National Memorial, an exact replica of Lewis and Clark's western-most outpost, which features historical exhibits, interpretive displays, a canoe landing and trails through the wetlands of the park.

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