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Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation

Lewis and Clark Living History Groups

The Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation supports living history. We share events and many of our members are re-enactors. Send living history event dates and updates to

The Discovery Expedition of St. Charles, Missouri (DESC)

Area: Lewis & Clark Boat House and Nature Center, St. Charles, Missouri. This group travels all through the mid-west and eastern legacy states.

Photo logs of past events:

Group history:

Living history manual:



Camp River Dubois Detachment

Area: Lewis and Clark State Historic Site (Camp River Dubois) near Alton, Illinois and northeast of St. Louis, Missouri.

Point of Departure: weekend near May 14
Arrival at Camp River Dubois: weekend near December 12

The Lewis and Clark Honor Guard

The group is available to schools and community events in the Great Falls, Montana area. Members also work closely with the Lewis Clark Interpretive Center in Great Falls.

Living history manual:



P.O. Box 125
Great Falls, MT 59403

Pacific Northwest Living Historians

Area: Oregon and Washington.


  • Fort Walla Walla Days, first weekend in June
  • Heritage Days, Sacajawea State Park, last weekend in September
  • O! How horiable the day. Knappton Cove, second weekend in November
  • SaltMakers Camp, Seaside, Oregon in the middle of September



Sgt. Floyd Honor Guard/Discovery Corps Re-enactors

Based in Sioux City, this group participates in the Annual Encampment and Burial of Sergeant Floyd held mid-August.

Contact: Facebook

Lolo Brigade

Based in Lolo, Montana, the Lolo Brigade works with Travelers' Rest State Park, the LCTHF Travelers' Rest Chapter, and the Travelers' Rest Preservation & Heritage Association.



Hog Heaven Muzzle Loaders

Area: Idaho panhandle