Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail

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Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail

(Lewis & Clark Trail Heritage Foundation Inc)
Address:PO Box 3434
Great Falls, MT 59403

Phone:406-454-1234 - Phone
Fax:406-454-0448 - Fax
Web: www.lewisandclark.org

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Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail

(Trail Administrator - National Park Service)
Address:Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail
601 Riverfront Dr
Omaha, NE 68102

Phone:402-661-1804 - Phone
Fax:402-661-1805 - Fax
Web: www.nps.gov/lecl
Established: November 10, 1978. Description:Trail commemorates the route of the 1804-1806 Lewis and Clark Expedition from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean at the mouth of the Columbia River, and return. Approximately 4,500 miles of water routes, planned trails, and marked highways follow the outbound and return routes. Almost 500 public and private recreation and historic sites along the trail provide for public use and interpretation of the expedition. From 2003 to 2006, the Bicentennial of the Lewis and Clark Expedition involved thousands of trail partners, with 15 signature events along the way.
Legth: 3,700 miles.

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Current contacts (with addresses and phone numbers) for Indian tribes affiliated with the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail are listed at www.
Since 1985, The Conservation Fund, through its Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Initiative, has helped to preserve more than 20,000 acres, including 26 miles of river frontage, along the route that the explorers followed.
To learn more about the expedition and trail stewardship, visit the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail web site at www.

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