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    OPEN Judith Adler, "Scannon Is Alive And Well, And Is Returning To Oregon," May 1978, Vol.4 No. 2, Page 8.

    OPEN William Clark Adreon, "A February Birthdate: An Infant Explorer Joins the Expedition," February 1979, Vol.5 No. 1, Page 14.

    OPEN Stanley A. Ahler, "The Knife River Quarries," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN Richard E. Alberts, "'What if' in the Helena Valley (Letter)," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN George Allen, "A Message from the Governor," November 1994, Vol.20 No. 4, Page 12.

    OPEN John Logan Allen, "The Summer of Decision: Lewis and Clark in Montana, 1805," Summer 1976, Vol.2 No. 3, Page 8.

    Print only: John Logan Allen, ""So Fine a Country": The Early Exploration of Louisiana Territory, 1540-1802," November 2023, Vol.49 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN Hugh Ambrose, "Recreating the Missouri River: A Fitting Salute to Lewis and Clark," February 1998, Vol.24 No. 1, Page 26.

    OPEN Stephen E. Ambrose, "Snow Conditions on the Lolo Trail, Some Comparisons," February 1978, Vol.4 No. 1, Page 12.

    OPEN Stephen E. Ambrose, "Those Tremendous Mountains (Book Review)," May 1980, Vol.6 No. 2, Page 11.

    OPEN Stephen E. Ambrose, "In the Wake of the Red Pirogue: Lewis and Clark and the Exploration of the American West, 1806 - 1845," November 1985, Vol.11 No. 4, Page 7.

    OPEN Stephen E. Ambrose, "The Way to the Western Sea: Lewis and Clark Across the Continent (Review)," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 30.

    OPEN Stephen E. Ambrose, "On the Trail in Montana and Idaho (Letter)," November 1993, Vol.19 No. 4, Page 22.

    OPEN Stephen E. Ambrose, "Lewis as Ethnographer: the Shoshones," February 1995, Vol.21 No. 1, Page 13.

    OPEN Stephen E. Ambrose, "Lewis as Ethnographer: The Clatsops and the Chinooks," May 1995, Vol.21 No. 2, Page 17.

    OPEN Stephen E. Ambrose, "Reliving the Adventures of Meriwether Lewis," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 11.

    OPEN Bob Anderson, "Horses & Pack Saddles (Letter)," February 2013, Vol.39 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN Elizabeth Anderson, "Signing at the Vivid Air," February 1999, Vol.25 No. 1, Page 26.

    OPEN Irving W. Anderson, "Sacajawea? - Sakakawea? - Sacagawea? Spelling - Pronunciation - Meaning," Summer 1975, Vol.1 No. 3, Page 10.

    OPEN Irving W. Anderson, "Meriwether Lewis' Letters to His Mother," May 1978, Vol.4 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN Irving W. Anderson, "Washington State's Mt. St. Helens Mentioned by Lewis and Clark," August 1980, Vol.6 No. 3, Page 14.

    OPEN Irving W. Anderson, "Myths Cloud True Role of 'Sacagawea' in White Conquest of the West," November 1993, Vol.19 No. 4, Page 28.

    OPEN Irving W. Anderson, "The (almost final) Word on Sacagawea," August 1996, Vol.22 No. 3, Page 22.

    OPEN Irving W. Anderson, "Secretary Reports Eighth Annual Meeting as 'Great Experience'," Summer 1976, Vol.2 No. 3, Page 1.

    OPEN Irving W. Anderson, "Sacajawea (Book Review)," July 1979, Vol.5 No. 3, Page 11.

    OPEN Irving W. Anderson, "President Anderson's Message," November 1980, Vol.6 No. 4, Page 1.

    OPEN Irving W. Anderson, "President Anderson's Message," August 1981, Vol.7 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN Irving W. Anderson, "President Anderson's Message," May 1981, Vol.7 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Irving W. Anderson, "Elliott Coues: Naturalist and Frontier Historian (Book Review)," February 1982, Vol.8 No. 1, Page 15.

    OPEN Irving W. Anderson, "Beware the Apocrypha," August 1986, Vol.12 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN Irving W. Anderson, "Annual Banquet Speaker Charles H. Odegaard," May 1986, Vol.12 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN Irving W. Anderson, "Robert Ernest Lange (Obituary)," November 1991, Vol.17 No. 4, Page 28.

    OPEN Irving W. Anderson, "The Truth About Sacajawea," February 1999, Vol.25 No. 1, Page 34.

    OPEN Irving W. Anderson and Blanche Schroer, "Sacagawea: Her Name and her Destiny," November 1999, Vol.25 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN Irving W. Anderson and Blanche Schroer, "Sacagawea, Sacajawea, or Sakakawea: How Do You Spell Birdwoman?," August 2012, Vol.38 No. 3, Page 10.

    OPEN William M. Anderson, "Bicentennial bust," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 39.

    OPEN William Arbaugh, "18th Annual Banquet Prayer of Invocation," November 1986, Vol.12 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN Robert R. Archibald, "Carlos DeLassus: Another Point of View," November 1993, Vol.19 No. 4, Page 16.

    OPEN Robert R. Archibald, "Lewis and Clark from different perspectives," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN Robert R. Archibald, "Beauty, values, and our gift to future generations," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 8.

    OPEN Robert R. Archibald, "New grave marker in St. Louis to honor Nez Perce envoys who died there," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN Robert R. Archibald, "Lewis & Clark as a lens on the past, present, and future," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN Robert R. Archibald, "What St. Augustine can tell us about Lewis & Clark," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN Robert R. Archibald, "Nurturing the intimate relationship between humans and nature," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN Robert R. Archibald, "Remembering Sheheke: Mandan chief and American patriot," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 10.

    OPEN Robert R. Archibald, "Lewis's branding iron has much to tell us," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 10.

    OPEN Robert R. Archibald, "Jefferson's vision for the West and its relevance today," November 2004, Vol.30 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN Robert R. Archibald, "Looking for 'wildness' in the wake of Lewis & Clark," August 2005, Vol.31 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN Robert R. Archibald, "Where did the Lewis & Clark Expedition really begin?," February 2005, Vol.31 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN Robert R. Archibald, "Gazing into the future from Fort Mandan," May 2005, Vol.31 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN Robert A. Archibald, "Patterns on the landscape, real and imposed," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN Robert R. Archibald, "Hopeful legacy of the L&C Bicentennial: thinking about the long haul," August 2006, Vol.32 No. 3, Page 10.

    OPEN Robert R. Archibald, "The waters of life connect us all," February 2006, Vol.32 No. 1, Page 8.

    OPEN Robert R. Archibald, "Past, present, and future connected through the tree of life," May 2006, Vol.32 No. 2, Page 8.

    OPEN Robert R. Archibald, "Inspiration at Eads Bridge," November 2006, Vol.32 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN David L. Armstrong, "Proclamation of the Jefferson County Judge/Eecutive," May 1991, Vol.17 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN Don Armstrong, "Liked Fiddle Article (Letter)," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 31.

    OPEN Mildred Arnold, "Eleven Columns," February 1993, Vol.19 No. 1, Page 24.

    OPEN Mildred Arnold, "Parallel Tracks of American Policy, 1802-1804," May 1993, Vol.19 No. 2, Page 18.

    OPEN Mildred Arnold, "City of the Sun: Cahokia Mounds," May 1993, Vol.19 No. 2, Page 20.

    OPEN Wallace H. Ashenfelter, "James J. Holmberg's informative and comprehensive article in the August 1 996 edition (Letter)," February 1997, Vol.23 No. 1, Page 29.

    OPEN John C. Askew, "Learning at Lemhi (Letter)," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Ron Avery, "Lewis & Clark Started Here," August 1992, Vol.18 No. 3, Page 28.

    OPEN J. Ryan Badger, "'That They May Be Informed Who We Were': A Historiography of the Corps of Discovery from the Last Decade," November 2010, Vol.36 No. 4, Page 19.

    OPEN Hazel Bain, "President Bain's Message," November 1982, Vol.8 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Hazel Bain, "President Bain's Message," March 1983, Vol.9 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Hazel Bain, "President Bain's Message," May/June 1983, Vol.9 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Gerard Baker, "The Stories and Traditions that Any Non-Indian is Likely to Miss: Even Steve," November 2021, Vol.47 No. 4, Page 10.

    OPEN Graeme Baker, "Fort Mandan winter temperature (Letter)," May 2006, Vol.32 No. 2, Page 3.

    Print only: John Baker, "The Almost Published Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition," February 2023, Vol.49 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN Brett Bannor, "Did Lewis and Clark Know That Bighorn Sheep Existed?," November 2018, Vol.44 No. 4, Page 15.

    OPEN Donna J. Barbie, "Bird Woman, Donna Reed & A Golden Coin: Visual Portrayals of Sacagawea," August 2012, Vol.38 No. 3, Page 19.

    OPEN Jeff Barnard, "Pair Retrace Trek By Boat, Canoe, Bike," November 1992, Vol.18 No. 4, Page 25.

    OPEN Dan Bartley, "A Man's Reputation (Letter)," August 2013, Vol.39 No. 3, Page 7.

    OPEN Dan Bartley, "Dear Editor (Letter)," August 2017, Vol.43 No. 3, Page 29.

    OPEN Betty Bauer, "Oseph of the Corps of Discovery (or The Mouse that Stowed Away)," May 2011, Vol.37 No. 2, Page 28.

    OPEN Della Bauer, "Annual Meeting in Omaha, Nebraska," November 2011, Vol.37 No. 4, Page 31.

    OPEN Alex Beecher, "Andra Watkins, L&C novelist, hikes the Natchez Trace," August 2014, Vol.40 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Robert Beeman, "Lewis's air gun (Letter)," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN Robert Beeman, "Airgun redux (Letter)," November 2004, Vol.30 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Robert Beeman, "Meriwether Lewis's Wonder Weapon," May 2006, Vol.32 No. 2, Page 29.

    OPEN Robert N. Bergantino, "A Moon to Light the Way," August 1990, Vol.16 No. 3, Page 19.

    OPEN Robert N. Bergantino, "Revisiting Fort Mandan's Longitude: Lewis doubted his data, but the fault was in his calculations," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 19.

    OPEN Rick Bella, "Sacajawea's Dual Legacy: Heroine in Discovery, Catalyst in Conquest," November 1993, Vol.19 No. 4, Page 27.

    OPEN William Benemann, "My Friend and Companion: The Intimate Journey of Lewis and Clark (Part One)," February 2015, Vol.41 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN William Benemann, "My Friend and Companion: The Intimate Journey of Lewis and Clark (Part Two)," May 2015, Vol.41 No. 2, Page 27.

    OPEN William Benemann, "An Author's Response (Letter)," August 2016, Vol.42 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN Debbie Benjamin, "'Bitterroot' History Theatre Creates New Frontiers," August 1993, Vol.19 No. 3, Page 16.

    OPEN Evedene Bennett, Bruce Stark, and robert J. Boyle, Jr., "Lewis's longitude readings (3 Letters)," May 2006, Vol.32 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Keith R. Benson, "Herpetology on the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804 - 1806," November 1999, Vol.25 No. 4, Page 24.

    OPEN James R. Bentley, "Highlights of the 23rd Annual Meeting in Louisville, Kentucky," February 1991, Vol.17 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN Robert N. Bergantino, "Chronometer Slow on Local Mean Time, December 22, 1804 - January 28, 1805," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 26.

    OPEN Robert N. Bergantino, "Calculations for the Total Eclipse of the Moon, January 14-15, 1805," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 24.

    OPEN Robert N. Bergantino, "Finding longitude by lunar eclipse: Lewis's journal entries," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 21.

    OPEN Knute Berger, "Lewis and Clark journals offer new insights if you read between the lines (Book Review)," August 2010, Vol.36 No. 3, Page 37.

    OPEN Alvera Bergquist, "Karl Bodmer," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 28.

    OPEN Rachel Bernard, "Putting the Corps in the Core Curriculum: The Lewis and Clark Expedition in Textbooks," November 2010, Vol.36 No. 4, Page 14.

    OPEN George Berndt, "Comparing Lewis & Clark's speeches to the Otos and the Yankton Sioux," August 2005, Vol.31 No. 3, Page 38.

    OPEN Marc Bernstein, "Celestial Navigation (Letter)," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Robert B. Betts, "'we commenced wrighting' &c: A Salute to the Ingenious Spelling and Grammar of William Clark," November 1980, Vol.6 No. 4, Page 10.

    OPEN Robert B. Betts, "'The writingest explorers of their time' New Estimates of the Number of Words in the Published Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition," August 1981, Vol.7 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Robert B. Betts, "Valley Men: A Speculative Account of the Arkansas Expedition of 1807 (Book Review)," February 1984, Vol.10 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN Cynthia Brott Biasca, "John Ordway's 'infant' children (Letter)," May 2005, Vol.31 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Henry J. Biddle, "Legends and Traditions of Beacon Rock," August 2016, Vol.42 No. 3, Page 20.

    OPEN Harold B. Billian, "A Visit to a Military Library, Carlisle, PA," August 1986, Vol.12 No. 3, Page 15.

    OPEN Harold B. Billian, "Paul Russell Cutright (Obituary)," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 29.

    OPEN Joe Dee Black, "Cut Bank, Montana Will Be Home to Extensive Lewis & Clark Collection," November 1994, Vol.20 No. 4, Page 27.

    OPEN Steven Blake, "Julia Hancock and Harriet Kennerly Radford: Some Thoughts on the Two Mrs. Clarks," November 2020, Vol.46 No. 4, Page 40.

    OPEN Sam Bloberg, "Bad River encounter (Letter)," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Travis Boley, "Layers of History on the Columbia River: Symposium-Vancouver, Washington-March 31-April 2, 2017," February 2017, Vol.43 No. 1, Page 0.

    OPEN Constance Bordwell, "Acts of Discovery-Visions of America in the Lewis and Clark Journals (Book Review)," February 1994, Vol.20 No. 1, Page 26.

    OPEN David Borlaug, "President's Message," November 1998, Vol.24 No. 4, Page 1.

    OPEN David Borlaug, "President's Message," August 1999, Vol.25 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN David Borlaug, "President's Message," February 1999, Vol.25 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN David Borlaug, "President's Message," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN David Borlaug and Michelle D. Bussard, "From the National Bicentennial Council," November 1999, Vol.25 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN David Borlaug and Michelle D. Bussard, "Kansas City report: moving ahead," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN David Borlaug, "'Prepared for action'," February 2000, Vol.26 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN David Borlaug and Michelle D. Bussard, "Moving from vision to reality," May 2000, Vol.26 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN David Borlaug and Michelle D. Bussard, "New headquarters; raising national awareness," November 2000, Vol.26 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN David Borlaug and Michelle D. Bussard, "400 at Omaha workshop; Ambrose pledges $1M," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN David Borlaug and Michelle D. Bussard, "New headquarters; raising national awareness," February 2001, Vol.27 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN David Borlaug and Michelle D. Bussard, "'Sentral to the Nation, Convenient to the Countrey'," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN David Borlaug and Michelle D. Bussard, "A renewed commitment; annual awards," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN David Borlaug and Michelle D. Bussard, "Corps II on wheels; looking toward Lewiston," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN David Borlaug and Michelle D. Bussard, "Media buzz and unheralded work," May 2002, Vol.28 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN Daniel Botkin, "DeSoto Bend National Wildlife Refuge: What Happens When We Stop a River's Meandering," August 1999, Vol.25 No. 3, Page 29.

    OPEN Brad Braberg, "Expedition Collection Awaits Discovery in Federal Way, Washington," May 1993, Vol.19 No. 2, Page 29.

    OPEN Laura Bradford, "Glenn Bishop Builds Replica of Keelboat," August 1992, Vol.18 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Anthony Brandt, "Two new essay collections reflect on Lewis & Clark (Book Review)," August 2005, Vol.31 No. 3, Page 34.

    OPEN Bill Brecht, "Along the Trail: More Flooding on the Lower Missouri," August 2017, Vol.43 No. 3, Page 33.

    OPEN Allen G. Breed, "Letters Give Insight to Lewis and Clark," February 1991, Vol.17 No. 1, Page 26.

    OPEN Michael J. Brodhead, "The Military Naturalist: A Lewis and Clark Heritage," November 1983, Vol.9 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN Jim Brooke, "Trail is at the heart of our focus on the future (President's Message)," November 2008, Vol.34 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Jim Brooke, "The Right Stuff (President's Message)," August 2009, Vol.35 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN Jim Brooke, "Membership and WPO: Have you shared either? (President's Message)," February 2009, Vol.35 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Jim Brooke, "Corps' resourcefulness inspires Foundation (President's Message)," May 2009, Vol.35 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN J.P. Brooks, "Map maker Plamondon was Clark's alter ego (Letter)," November 2004, Vol.30 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Laurie Brown, "'Stone-faced Thomas Jefferson'," February 2016, Vol.42 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN William K. Brunot, "The Building of the Barge: The Creation of the Lewis and Clark Flagship," February 2022, Vol.48 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN Sue Buchel, "How to Resuscitate a Library," February 2016, Vol.42 No. 1, Page 7.

    OPEN Susan Buchel, "Some difference between him and me: Benjamin Smith Barton appears to have pursued his own agenda," February 2006, Vol.32 No. 1, Page 35.

    OPEN Jay H. Buckley, "The Price of Used Paper: How a treasure trove of William Clark documents was rescued from the scrap heap," February 2001, Vol.27 No. 1, Page 7.

    OPEN Jay H Buckley and Wendy Raney, "WPO introduces new scholarship from aspiring young historians," May 2010, Vol.36 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN Jay H. Buckley and L. C. Carr, "Editor's Notes," November 2010, Vol.36 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN Jay H. Buckley, "Proceeding On: Continuity Amid Change (President's Message)," November 2011, Vol.37 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Jay H. Buckley, "In Peace and Good Friendship," August 2012, Vol.38 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN Jay H. Buckley, "Peace and Friendship During Troubled Times (President's Message)," February 2012, Vol.38 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Jay H. Buckley, "From the Great Falls of the Missouri to the Falls of the Ohio (President's Message)," May 2012, Vol.38 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Jay H. Buckley, "Short Tempers and Long Knives: Hostilities Between the Blackfeet Confederacy and American Fur Trappers from 1806 to 1840," May 2013, Vol.39 No. 2, Page 8.

    OPEN Jay H. Buckley, "William Clark: Reflections on His Interactions with Family, Native Nations, and Landscapes," May 2013, Vol.39 No. 2, Page 25.

    OPEN Jay H. Buckley, "A reply from Jay Buckley, author of the article (Letter)," November 2013, Vol.39 No. 4, Page 10.

    OPEN Jay H. Buckley, "The Unknown Travels and Dubious Pursuits of William Clark (Book Review)," May 2016, Vol.42 No. 2, Page 28.

    OPEN Jay H. Buckley, "William Clark's Impossible Task: The Sentimental Imperialist and the War of 1812," November 2017, Vol.43 No. 4, Page 8.

    OPEN Jay H. Buckley, "Gary E. Moulton's Lewis and Clark Odyssey," February 2019, Vol.45 No. 1, Page 8.

    OPEN Jay H. Buckley, "Exploring the Louisiana Purchase and its Borderlands: The Lewis and Clark, Hunter and Dunbar, Zebulon Pike, and Freeman and Custis Expeditions in Perspective," August 2020, Vol.46 No. 3, Page 11.

    OPEN Jay H. Buckley, "William Clark, the Fur Trade, and Indian Affairs," November 2020, Vol.46 No. 4, Page 14.

    OPEN Jay H. Buckley, "Dreams of El Dorado: A History of the American West (Book Review)," November 2020, Vol.46 No. 4, Page 46.

    OPEN Jay H. Buckley, "Exploring the Louisiana Purchase and Its Borderlands, Part Two," February 2021, Vol.47 No. 1, Page 12.

    Print only: Jay H. Buckley, "So Hard to Die: A Physician and a Psychologist Explore the Mystery of Meriwether Lewis's Death (book review)," August 2023, Vol.49 No. 3, Page 59.

    Print only: Jay H. Buckley, "Sacagawea: Selected Bibliography," August 2023, Vol.49 No. 3, Page 54.

    Print only: Jay H. Buckley, "Peace and Friendship: An Alternative History of the American West (Book Review)," November 2023, Vol.49 No. 4, Page 48.

    OPEN Malcolm S. Buffum, "From Sea to Shining Sea (Book Review)," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 19.

    OPEN Malcolm S. Buffum, "Lewis & Clark on the Columbia and at the Great River's Estuary To Be Theme and Interpretation at the Foundation's 18th Annual Meeting," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Malcolm S. Buffum, "Jean H. Hallaux (Obituary)," November 1992, Vol.18 No. 4, Page 27.

    Print only: Maren C. Burgess and Jay H. Buckley, "Seeking Sacagawea: A Comparison of the Principal Accounts of the Birth, Life, and Death of Bird Woman," August 2023, Vol.49 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Patricia M. Burnham, "Lewis and Clark at Ross's Hole: The story behind Charles M. Russell's painting," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 18.

    OPEN Guy Burns, "Doing the Lewis and Clark Trail by Bicycle," February 1997, Vol.23 No. 1, Page 9.

    OPEN Ruth S. Burns, "Descendants of Lewis and Clark's Horses Run Wild in Pryor mountains," August 1987, Vol.13 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Raymond Darwin Burroughs, "Lewis and Clark in Buffalo Country," Winter 1976, Vol.2 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN Michelle D. Bussard, "From the National Bicentennial Council," August 1999, Vol.25 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Michelle D. Bussard, "From the National Bicentennial Council," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Michelle D. Bussard, "The Healing Moment: Rededicating the grave of Jean Baptiste Charbonneau unites four cultures," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 40.

    OPEN Michelle D. Bussard, "Looking back-and ahead," February 2000, Vol.26 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Doug Cameron, "Letter to the Editor Describes Present-Day Travel on the 'Trail'," November 1985, Vol.11 No. 4, Page 31.

    OPEN H. Carl Camp, "Journey's End for the Iron Boat: Indirect evidence suggests that it ended up as scrap metal at the Mandan and Hidatsa villages," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 14.

    OPEN H. Carl Camp, "Maria Gass's vital statistics (Letter)," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN H. Carl Camp, "Iron Boat's Fate: The Debate Continues," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 33.

    OPEN H. Carl Camp, "Rethinking Toussaint Charbonneau: Sacagawea's 'good for nothing' husband deserves more respect than he typically gets," August 2005, Vol.31 No. 3, Page 44.

    OPEN H. Carl Camp, "The Corps of Discovery's Retrograde Maneuvers," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 23.

    OPEN H. Carl Camp, "Cruzatte's 'other eye'," February 2008, Vol.34 No. 1, Page 7.

    OPEN H. Carl Camp, "The Corps of Discovery: Improvisers Extraordinaire," February 2008, Vol.34 No. 1, Page 9.

    OPEN H. Carl Camp, "The Curious Case of the Purloined Preface," February 2010, Vol.36 No. 1, Page 12.

    OPEN H. Carl Camp, "Voyages from Montreal: Alexander Mackenzie reached the Pacific 10 years before the Corps of Discovery - an achievement that spurred Jefferson to action and influenced the planning of Lewis's 'darling project'," May 2011, Vol.37 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN H. Carl Camp, "Of tuns and tons (Letter)," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN H. Carl Camp, "Lewis's fuzzy math (Letter)," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Neta Candela, "Sparks Reference Center Opens at Hartford Library," January 1992, Vol.18 No. 1, Page 10.

    OPEN L. C. Carr, "The Long View - A Note from the Interim Editor," November 2010, Vol.36 No. 4, Page 36.

    OPEN Sam Carr, "The Expedition's Dutch Ancestor: New research examining Adriaen van der Donck," February 2011, Vol.37 No. 1, Page 25.

    OPEN Michael Carrick, "Meriwether Lewis's Air Gun: was it a single-shot or, as new evidence suggests, a repeater?," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 15.

    OPEN Michael Carrick, "Lewis's air gun and the lost George Shannon (Letter)," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN Michael Carrick, "More on Lewis's air gun (Letter)," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Michael Carrick, "Gunshots at Grinder's Stand (Letter)," February 2006, Vol.32 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Michael Carrick, "Lewis carried a pair of 'gentleman's' flintlock pistols on his final journey," November 2009, Vol.35 No. 4, Page 38.

    OPEN Michael Carrick, "Isaiah Lukens of Philadelphia: The Philadelphia clock maker also made air rifles and at the end of his life owned the one Meriwether Lewis took to the Pacific," May 2011, Vol.37 No. 2, Page 32.

    OPEN Michael Carrick, "Weapons of the Lewis & Clark Expedition (Garry book review)," May 2013, Vol.39 No. 2, Page 35.

    OPEN Robert Carriker, "Lewis and Clark among the Indians (Book Review)," May 1985, Vol.11 No. 2, Page 10.

    OPEN Robert Carriker, "The Traveling Seminar: Following Lewis and Clark on the Upper Missouri," November 1996, Vol.22 No. 4, Page 16.

    OPEN Robert Carriker, "New source on natural history of expedition (Book Review)," February 2009, Vol.35 No. 1, Page 24.

    OPEN Robert Carriker, "Bob Hunt sought adventure and answers in Lewis and Clark Expedition," August 2010, Vol.36 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN Robert Carriker, "The Indianization of Lewis and Clark (Book Review)," May 2014, Vol.40 No. 2, Page 30.

    OPEN Bill Casper, "Teaching Lewis and Clark (Letter)," February 2011, Vol.37 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN Sarah Cawley, "LCTHF FY 2020-2021 Annual Report," February 2022, Vol.48 No. 1, Page 42.

    OPEN Beth H, Chain, "Lewis's lost rifle (Letter)," August 2006, Vol.32 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Doreen Chaky, "Fossils and the Fur Trade: The Chouteaus as Patrons of Paleontology," May 2015, Vol.41 No. 2, Page 12.

    OPEN Mark Chalkley, "Paul Allen: 'Editor' of the Lewis & Clark Journals," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 8.

    OPEN Mark Chalkley, "Eagle Feather's resting place (Letter)," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN Mark Chalkley, "Eagle Feather Goes to Washington: an Arikara chief journeyed to the nation's capital in 1805," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN Mark Chalkley, "More about the Arikara Nation," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 10.

    OPEN Mark Chalkley, "Reflections on Charlottesville kickoff (Letter)," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Mark Chalkley, "Eagle Feather's resting place (Letter)," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Mark Chalkley, "Sheheke: friend to Lewis and Clark, envoy to Thomas Jefferson (Book Review)," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 46.

    OPEN Mark Chalkley, "A Man Dimly Lit By History: Was John Pernier, Meriwether Lewis's 'faithful servant,' in fact his murderer? The allegation is doubtful," November 2004, Vol.30 No. 4, Page 22.

    OPEN Mark Chalkley, "Foley's biography traces Clark's journey from explorer to agent of expansion (Book Review)," November 2004, Vol.30 No. 4, Page 28.

    OPEN Mark Chalkley, "Artist, Naturalist, Impresario: Charles Willson Peale," August 2005, Vol.31 No. 3, Page 10.

    OPEN Mark Chalkley, "Gass statue in Wellsburg (Letter)," August 2005, Vol.31 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Mark Chalkley, "Peale, Catlin, and Coues (Letter)," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Mark Chalkley, "An inclusive view of the Corps of Discovery and its collective achievement (Book Review)," February 2006, Vol.32 No. 1, Page 42.

    OPEN Mark Chalkley, "After the expedition (Letter)," August 2007, Vol.33 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Mark Chalkley, "Biography explores the life of Nathaniel Pryor after the L&C Expedition (Book Review)," January 2007, Vol.33 No. 1, Page 28.

    OPEN Mark Chalkley, "Depression misunderstood (Letter)," May 2008, Vol.34 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN Mark Chalkley, "Author makes disturbing argument for murder in the death of Lewis," August 2009, Vol.35 No. 3, Page 42.

    OPEN Mark Chalkley, "Lewis biography includes new insights and a fresh theory regarding his death," August 2009, Vol.35 No. 3, Page 40.

    OPEN Douglas Chapman, "Spirit Mound Creek (Letter)," August 2005, Vol.31 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Louis Charbonneau, "Seaman's Trail: Fact vs. Fiction," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 8.

    OPEN Roy M. Chatters, "The Not-So-Enigmatic Lewis and Clark Airgun," May 1977, Vol.3 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN E.G. 'Frenchy' Chuinard, "Charlottesville - Monticello, Virginia, Revisited," Summer 1975, Vol.1 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN E.G. 'Frenchy' Chuinard, "The Photographs of Sergeant Patrick Gass," Summer 1976, Vol.2 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN E.G. 'Frenchy' Chuinard, "A Medical Mystery at Fort Clatsop," May 1977, Vol.3 No. 2, Page 8.

    OPEN E.G. 'Frenchy' Chuinard, "Up-Dating Lewis & Clark Literature," February 1979, Vol.5 No. 1, Page 16.

    OPEN E.G. 'Frenchy' Chuinard, "Clark's Nutcracker - A Story About My Friend and a Bird," May 1980, Vol.6 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN E.G. 'Frenchy' Chuinard, "Updating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," February 1981, Vol.7 No. 1, Page 15.

    OPEN E.G. 'Frenchy' Chuinard, "Sergeant Patrick Gass: Irishman? Scotsman?," February 1982, Vol.8 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN E.G. 'Frenchy' Chuinard, "Where Did the Lewis and Clark Expedition Start?," May 1982, Vol.8 No. 2, Page 14.

    OPEN E.G. 'Frenchy' Chuinard, "The Court-Martial of Ensign Meriwether Lewis (Some Observations Related to the Court-Martial of the Expedition's Private Newman)," November 1982, Vol.8 No. 4, Page 12.

    OPEN E.G. 'Frenchy' Chuinard, "The Lost is Found! A Postscript To Only One Man Died," August 1983, Vol.9 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN E.G. 'Frenchy' Chuinard, "The Western End of the Lewis and Clark Trail," August 1986, Vol.12 No. 3, Page 7.

    OPEN E.G. 'Frenchy' Chuinard, "A Bowl of Friendship," August 1987, Vol.13 No. 3, Page 20.

    OPEN E.G. 'Frenchy' Chuinard, "Dr. Chuinard expresses gratitude (Letter)," May 1987, Vol.13 No. 2, Page 31.

    OPEN E.G. 'Frenchy' Chuinard, "Fincastle - Santillane and William and Judith Clark," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 10.

    OPEN E.G. 'Frenchy' Chuinard, "Lewis and Clark: Master Masons," February 1989, Vol.15 No. 1, Page 12.

    OPEN E.G. 'Frenchy' Chuinard, "The Masonic Apron of Meriwether Lewis," February 1989, Vol.15 No. 1, Page 16.

    OPEN E.G. 'Frenchy' Chuinard, "Masons Pay Tribute to Lewis and Clark," February 1989, Vol.15 No. 1, Page 15.

    OPEN E.G. 'Frenchy' Chuinard, "The Pillars of Jefferson: A Masonic View of Three Place Names," February 1989, Vol.15 No. 1, Page 14.

    OPEN E.G. 'Frenchy' Chuinard, "A Return to Historic Virginia," May 1990, Vol.16 No. 2, Page 22.

    OPEN E.G. 'Frenchy' Chuinard, "How Did Meriwether Lewis Die? It was Murder (Part 1 of 3)," August 1991, Vol.17 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN E.G. 'Frenchy' Chuinard, "How Did Meriwether Lewis Die? It was Murder (Part 2 of 3)," November 1991, Vol.17 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN E.G. 'Frenchy' Chuinard, "Malaria," January 1992, Vol.18 No. 1, Page 9.

    OPEN E.G. 'Frenchy' Chuinard, "Vardis Fisher," January 1992, Vol.18 No. 1, Page 7.

    OPEN E.G. 'Frenchy' Chuinard, "How Did Meriwether Lewis Die? It was Murder (Part 3 of 3)," January 1992, Vol.18 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN Jennifer Clark, "The good ship Lewis and Clark takes to the water (Letter)," August 2005, Vol.31 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN Marilyn Clark, "Ballad of Seaman: Dog of the Lewis and Clark Expedition (Book Review)," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 26.

    OPEN Marilyn Clark, "Sacagawea, Indian Guide to Lewis and Clark (Review)," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 30.

    OPEN Robert Clark, "The Death of Lewis Redux," August 2013, Vol.39 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN Robert Clark, "Lewis and Clark Among the Nez Perce: Strangers in the Land of the Nimiipuu (Book Review)," November 2014, Vol.40 No. 4, Page 32.

    OPEN Robert Clark, "Regarding Benemann's 'My Friend and Companion' (7 Letters)," May 2015, Vol.41 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN Robert Clark, "Andra Watkins, Not Without My Father: One Woman's 444-Mile Walk of the Natchez Trace," May 2015, Vol.41 No. 2, Page 36.

    OPEN Robert Clark, "Beacon Rock," August 2016, Vol.42 No. 3, Page 19.

    OPEN Robert Clark, "Smoke Signals in Crow (Apsáalooke) Country: Beyond the Capture of Horses from the Lewis & Clark Expedition (Book Review)," August 2016, Vol.42 No. 3, Page 31.

    OPEN Robert Clark, "Mapping the West with Lewis & Clark (Book Review)," August 2016, Vol.42 No. 3, Page 30.

    OPEN Robert Clark, "Lewis and Clark in the Twenty-First Century. With Volume 2: A Pictorial History. (Book review)," February 2017, Vol.43 No. 1, Page 33.

    OPEN Robert Clark, "Travels in North America, 1832-1834: A Concise Edition of the Journals of Prince Maximilian of Wied (Book Review)," May 2017, Vol.43 No. 2, Page 32.

    OPEN Rita Cleary, "Charbonneau Reconsidered," February 2000, Vol.26 No. 1, Page 18.

    OPEN Aaron Cobia, "Prince Madoc and the Welsh Indians: Was there a Mandan Connection?," August 2011, Vol.37 No. 3, Page 16.

    OPEN Mary Conrad, Kira Gale, Jeff Havens, David L. Nicandri, and Norm Mundhenk, "Letters," February 2016, Vol.42 No. 1, Page 10.

    OPEN Charles Cook, "Lewis and Clark at the Great Divide," February 2000, Vol.26 No. 1, Page 32.

    OPEN Larry J. Cook, "A Tribute to Bob Singer," May 1995, Vol.21 No. 2, Page 28.

    OPEN Larry J. Cook, "The Wild and Scenic Missouri River...The Degradation of a National Treasure (Letter)," August 1998, Vol.24 No. 3, Page 25.

    OPEN Nancy J. Cooper, "A Remedial Researcher's Pursuit of a Fiddling Founding Father," May 1995, Vol.21 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN Ryan Cooper, "Make New Discoveries and Plan Your Next Adventure," May 2013, Vol.39 No. 2, Page 36.

    OPEN Peggy Cornett, "'A Wide and Fruitful Land': The Horticultural Potential of Lewis and Clark Plants," February 2012, Vol.38 No. 1, Page 14.

    OPEN Timothy Forrest Coulter, "La Charrette: forgotten village on the L&C Trail," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 31.

    OPEN Timothy Forrest Coulter, "Runners race along path of Colter's famous route (Letter)," February 2009, Vol.35 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN Timothy Forrest Coulter, "Colter novel invites reader on wild ride," February 2009, Vol.35 No. 1, Page 27.

    OPEN Timothy Forrest Coulter, "Discovering John Colter: New Research on His Family and His Death," May 2014, Vol.40 No. 2, Page 25.

    OPEN Ernest Cowan, "The Short Rifle of Lewis and Clark," May 2006, Vol.32 No. 2, Page 20.

    OPEN Ron Cowan, "Exploring the West," May 1992, Vol.18 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Roy D. Craft, "Lewis and Clark's Wapato: Endangered Plant Fights for Survival," February 1982, Vol.8 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN Roy D. Craft, "Washington State Lewis & Clark Committee Reveals Plans For 15th Annual Meeting: Tri-Cities and Vicinity in Southeastern Washington State is to be Site For Gathering," March 1983, Vol.9 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN Roy D. Craft, "Monument honors two historic trails," November 1987, Vol.13 No. 4, Page 15.

    OPEN Ron Craig, "Journey of York (Book Review)," February 2021, Vol.47 No. 1, Page 38.

    OPEN Michael Crosby, "Hypochondriac Affections (Letter)," August 2013, Vol.39 No. 3, Page 8.

    OPEN James A. Crutchfield, "An Ode to Lewis and Clark," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 12.

    OPEN Paige Cruz, "Down the Ohio and Up the Mississippi," August 2019, Vol.45 No. 3, Page 16.

    OPEN Rick Cushing, "And the Winnah Is: Colonel Clark Called the Shot," May 1991, Vol.17 No. 2, Page 27.

    OPEN Paul R. Cutright, "Well-Traveled Plants of Lewis and Clark," February 1978, Vol.4 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN Paul R. Cutright and Michael J. Brodhead, "Dr. Elliott Coues and Sergeant Charles Floyd," July 1978, Vol.4 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN Paul R. Cutright, "Dr. Elijah Harry Criswell (1888-1967)," February 1979, Vol.5 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN Paul R. Cutright and Harold B. Billian, "Andalusia, Country Home of Nicholas Biddle," August 1980, Vol.6 No. 3, Page 9.

    OPEN Paul R. Cutright, "Cleome integrifolia the Third," May/June 1983, Vol.9 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN Paul R. Cutright, "The Journal of Captain Meriwether Lewis: Some Observations Concerning the Journal Hiatuses of Captain Lewis," February 1984, Vol.10 No. 1, Page 8.

    OPEN Paul R. Cutright, "A History of Lewis's Woodpecker and Clark's Nutcracker," May 1984, Vol.10 No. 2, Page 9.

    OPEN Paul R. Cutright, "Meriwether Lewis's 'Colouring of Events'," February 1985, Vol.11 No. 1, Page 10.

    OPEN Paul R. Cutright, "'Rest, Rest, Perturbed Spirit'," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 7.

    OPEN Dan Bartley, "Journey On by the Meriwethers (review)," February 2019, Vol.45 No. 1, Page 35.

    OPEN Bill Daniel and Michael Carrick, "Opportunities for discovery continue (2 Leters)," November 2009, Vol.35 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN Ashley Danielson, "Sixteen States, 4,900 miles, One Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail," August 2019, Vol.45 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN John Danisi and Thomas C. Danasi, "Uncovering Jefferson's Account of Lewis's Mysterious Death," November 2012, Vol.38 No. 4, Page 18.

    OPEN Thomas C. Danisi and Sheila Robinson, "Lewis's death (2 Letters)," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN Thomas C. Danisi, "The 'Ague' Made Him Do It: Did Meriwether Lewis shoot himself to exorcise the demons of that 'banefull oppression,' malaria?," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 10.

    OPEN Thomas C. Danisi and John C. Jackson, "Homeward Bound: After September 23, 1806 the men were far from the completion of their duties," May 2007, Vol.33 No. 2, Page 16.

    OPEN Thomas C. Danisi, "Conspiracy theory challenged (Letter)," August 2009, Vol.35 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Thomas C. Danisi, "Observations and Remarks from Lewis to Dearborn in 1807: A recently discovered letter reveals an in absentia governor in control," August 2009, Vol.35 No. 3, Page 32.

    OPEN Thomas C. Danisi, "Transcription of the letter from Meriwether Lewis to Secretary of War Henry Dearborn," August 2009, Vol.35 No. 3, Page 35.

    OPEN Thomas C. Danisi, "What conspiracy? Another look at the evidence involving Lewis's death," February 2009, Vol.35 No. 1, Page 30.

    OPEN Thomas C. Danisi, "Meriwether Lewis's Land Warrant: An Untimely Reward," November 2009, Vol.35 No. 4, Page 26.

    OPEN Thomas C. Danisi, "'Hypocondriac affections' revisited (Letter)," August 2010, Vol.36 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Thomas C. Danisi, "Preserving the Legacy of Meriwether Lewis: The letters of Samuel Latham Mitchill," February 2010, Vol.36 No. 1, Page 8.

    OPEN Thomas C. Danisi, "Ann Roger's article 'Hypochondriac Affections' (Letter)," May 2010, Vol.36 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN Thomas C. Danisi, "Was Lewis at Chickasaw Agency? (Letter)," February 2013, Vol.39 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN Thomas C. Danisi, "Author Responds to Challenge (Letter)," May 2013, Vol.39 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN Thomas C. Danisi, "The Real James Neelly: Meriwether Lewis's Caretaker," November 2014, Vol.40 No. 4, Page 9.

    OPEN Lauren Danner, "Lewis and Clark in Washington State (Book Review)," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 39.

    OPEN Lauren Danner, "Lewis & Clark for the Pokemon set (Book Reviews)," November 2004, Vol.30 No. 4, Page 32.

    OPEN Lauren Danner, "Dear editor (Letter)," August 2015, Vol.41 No. 3, Page 9.

    OPEN Lauren Danner, "A Grand Experiment: The National Trails System at 50 by Steve Elkinton (review)," February 2019, Vol.45 No. 1, Page 34.

    OPEN Melissa Darby, "Old John's Skillet: Could this object at the Oregon Historical Society be an artifact of the L&C Expedition?," November 2006, Vol.32 No. 4, Page 16.

    OPEN Tom Daubert, "Program helps preserve and interpret L&C sites on private lands in Montana," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 40.

    OPEN Tom Daubert, "Hopping great trains of thought on a ramble through Lewis and Clark country (Book Review)," February 2005, Vol.31 No. 1, Page 32.

    OPEN Lynn and Doug Davis, "Appreciation for regional meetings (Letter)," August 2007, Vol.33 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN Nancy M. Davis, "Andrew Ellicott: Astonomer...Mathematician...Surveyor," August 1998, Vol.24 No. 3, Page 28.

    OPEN Nancy M. Davis:, "Bone Man: The gentle-souled Caspar Wistar taught Meriwether Lewis about fossils and straightened out Jefferson on Megalonyx," February 2000, Vol.26 No. 1, Page 24.

    OPEN Clarence Decker, "President Decker's Message," December 1976, Vol.2 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Clarence Decker, "President's Message," Summer 1976, Vol.2 No. 3, Page 1.

    OPEN Clarence Decker, "President's Message," February 1977, Vol.3 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Clarence Decker, "President's Message," July 1977, Vol.3 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN Clarence Decker, "President's Message," May 1977, Vol.3 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Jack DeForest, "Our Natural History: The Lessons of Lewis and Clark (Book Review)," November 1995, Vol.21 No. 4, Page 25.

    OPEN Jack DeForest, "First Across the Continent, by Sir Alexander Mackenzie (Book Review)," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 38.

    OPEN Jack DeForest, "The Truth About Sacajawea (Book Review)," November 1998, Vol.24 No. 4, Page 35.

    OPEN Alicia DeMaio, "The Lewis and Clark Expedition and the Partisan Debate Over Western Expansion," February 2013, Vol.39 No. 1, Page 17.

    OPEN Alicia DeMaio, "Sex and the Single Explorer: A Response to William Benemann's 'My Friend and Companion: The Intimate Journey of Lewis and Clark'," August 2015, Vol.41 No. 3, Page 26.

    OPEN Carolyn S. Denton, "George Shannon of the Lewis & Clark Expedition: His Kentucky Years," May Supplement 1992, Vol.0 No. 11, Page 15.

    OPEN Douglas Deur and Tricia Gates Brown, "A Village on the Ecola Shore: Revisiting the Lives and Landscapes of the "No-Cost Tribe of the Kil a mox Nation"," February 2022, Vol.48 No. 1, Page 20.

    OPEN Bill Dietrich, "Doctor Backtracks on History to Settle Mystery of Explorer's Demise," August 1994, Vol.20 No. 3, Page 22.

    OPEN Jeffrey Dietz, "The Search for Clark's 1806 Canoe Camp," November 2011, Vol.37 No. 4, Page 14.

    OPEN Irving Dillard, "Two Long Neglected Spots," February 1977, Vol.3 No. 1, Page 9.

    OPEN Tom Dillon, "Meriwether Lewis and William Bartram: Did they ever meet?," February 2015, Vol.41 No. 1, Page 28.

    OPEN Yvonne P. Divak, "Dear editor (letter)," August 2015, Vol.41 No. 3, Page 9.

    OPEN Robert K. Doerk, Jr., "Message from President Doerk," August 1990, Vol.16 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN Robert K. Doerk, Jr., "Message from President Doerk," February 1990, Vol.16 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Robert K. Doerk, Jr., "Message from President Doerk," May 1990, Vol.16 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Robert K. Doerk, Jr., "Message from President Doerk," November 1990, Vol.16 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Robert K. Doerk, "President Doerk's Message," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Robert K. Doerk, "Message from President Doerk," August 1991, Vol.17 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN Robert K. Doerk, "Message from President Doerk," February 1991, Vol.17 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Robert K. Doerk, "Message from President Doerk," May 1991, Vol.17 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Robert K. Doerk, "Second National Trails Conference," January 1992, Vol.18 No. 1, Page 28.

    OPEN Robert K. Doerk, "The Traveler's Guide to the Lewis & Clark Trail (Book Review)," August 1994, Vol.20 No. 3, Page 27.

    OPEN Robert K. Doerk, "Who'd Believe John Colter? And Colter's Run (2 Book Reviews)," May 1994, Vol.20 No. 2, Page 23.

    OPEN Robert K. Doerk, "Member Responds to Criticism of Interpretive Center (Letter)," May 1994, Vol.20 No. 2, Page 28.

    OPEN Robert K. Doerk, "Undaunted Courage: Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, and the Opening of the American West (Book Review)," May 1996, Vol.22 No. 2, Page 28.

    OPEN Robert K. Doerk, "American Sphinx: The Character of Thomas Jefferson (Book Review)," August 1997, Vol.23 No. 3, Page 26.

    OPEN Robert K. Doerk, "Memories of Arlen J. Large," February 1997, Vol.23 No. 1, Page 22.

    OPEN Robert K. Doerk, "Lewis and Clark in the Three Rivers Valleys (Book Review)," May 1997, Vol.23 No. 2, Page 28.

    OPEN Robert K. Doerk, "Lewis and Clark: Voyages of Discovery (Book Review)," August 1999, Vol.25 No. 3, Page 33.

    OPEN Robert K. Doerk, "Along the Trail with Lewis and Clark: Historical Highlights & Color Maps, Where to Stay & What to Do (Book Review)," February 1999, Vol.25 No. 1, Page 33.

    OPEN Robert K. Doerk, "Lewis and Clark in the heart of the Rockies (Book Review)," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 33.

    OPEN Robert K. Doerk, "Passages: LCTHF co-founder Bill Sherman," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 48.

    OPEN Jan Donelson, "Discovery Expedition Activities Summer 2018," November 2018, Vol.44 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN Jan Donelson, "Dear Editor (Letter)," November 2018, Vol.44 No. 4, Page 40.

    OPEN Michael R. Dotson, "Charles M. Russell and his Lewis and Clark Art," January 1992, Vol.18 No. 1, Page 23.

    OPEN Mitchell Doumit, "President Doumit's Message," October 1978, Vol.4 No. 4, Page 1.

    OPEN Mitchell Doumit, "President Doumit's Message," July 1979, Vol.5 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN Mitchell Doumit, "President Doumit's Message," May 1979, Vol.5 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Mitchell Doumit, "Chief Joseph Country: Land of the Nez Perce (Book Review)," May 1982, Vol.8 No. 2, Page 20.

    OPEN Darrel W. Draper, "Short biography compliments existing work on expedition hunter and interpreter (Book Review)," November 2007, Vol.33 No. 4, Page 29.

    OPEN Jannie M. Dresser, "On Being a Descendant of George Shannon, the Youngest Member of the Corps of Discovery," February 2022, Vol.48 No. 1, Page 49.

    OPEN Pamela Dryer, "Experimental Burning of an Earthlodge," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 11.

    OPEN Lee Alan Dugatkin, "Of Moose and Men: Thomas Jefferson Smites the Theory of American Degeneracy," November 2011, Vol.37 No. 4, Page 8.

    OPEN Lee Alan Dugatkin, "Andre Michaux's "Almost Expedition" to the West in 1793," February 2021, Vol.47 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN Lee Alan Dugatkin, "Enlightening Gotham: How New York City Became a Cultural Hub at the Start of the Nineteenth Century," November 2022, Vol.48 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN Dayton Duncan, "When Nature Can't Be Put Together Again," August 1997, Vol.23 No. 3, Page 23.

    OPEN Dayton Duncan, "What the Lewis and Clark Expedition Means to America," August 1997, Vol.23 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Dayton Duncan, "Meriwether Lewis's 'Curious Adventure'," November 1998, Vol.24 No. 4, Page 9.

    OPEN Dayton Duncan, "The Chimneys of Fort Mandan," August 1999, Vol.25 No. 3, Page 13.

    OPEN Dayton Duncan, "Video Reviews," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 31.

    OPEN Dayton Duncan, "Lewis and Clark's Old Glory," November 1999, Vol.25 No. 4, Page 10.

    OPEN Dayton Duncan, "'Toilsome days and wristless nights': Meeting the Shoshones in August 1805, Meriwether Lewis did almost everything right, but self - doubt still haunted him," November 2000, Vol.26 No. 4, Page 18.

    OPEN Dayton Duncan, "Decision at Chinook Point (Letter)," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN Dayton Duncan, "Scenes of Visionary Enchantment: The White Cliffs of the Missouri inspired Meriwether Lewis to flights of rhapsody," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 12.

    OPEN Dayton Duncan, "Friendship, the Trail, Great Adventure: Exploring the West with Stephen Ambrose," November 2021, Vol.47 No. 4, Page 13.

    OPEN Thomas W. Dunlay, "'Battery of Venus': A Clue to the Journal-Keeping Methods of Lewis and Clark," August 1983, Vol.9 No. 3, Page 6.

    Print only: Lee Ebeling, "Freshwater Fishing Essentials: A Folding Pocket Guide to Gear, Techniques & Useful Tips (book review)," August 2023, Vol.49 No. 3, Page 63.

    OPEN Jim Edgar, "Lewis and Clark Month Proclaimed for May 1993," May 1993, Vol.19 No. 2, Page 23.

    OPEN "News From Iowa: Sergeant Floyd Medallion Sale Underway," Winter 1974, Vol.1 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN "Senator Hatfield to Introduce 'Salt Cairn' Legislation," Winter 1974, Vol.1 No. 1, Page 11.

    OPEN "Foundation's Sixth Annual Meeting Well Attended," Winter 1974, Vol.1 No. 1, Page 1.

    OPEN "State of Washington Erects Markers to Honor the Expedition George Drouillard," Winter 1974, Vol.1 No. 1, Page 10.

    OPEN "' ...We Proceeded On... '," Winter 1974, Vol.1 No. 1, Page 1.

    OPEN "'Beaverhead Rock is Saved!' says 'Boo' MacGilvra," Winter 1974, Vol.1 No. 1, Page 9.

    OPEN "Awards of Meritorious Achievement," Winter 1974, Vol.1 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN "Wm. Clark Adreon Reports Missouri Activities," Winter 1974, Vol.1 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN "North Dakota Reports On Knife River Indian Village Sites," Winter 1974, Vol.1 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN "Washington Group Holds Meet in Whitman County," Fall 1975, Vol.1 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "Lewis & Clark in Current Periodical," Fall 1975, Vol.1 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN "South Dakota Flotilla to Commemorate L. & C.," Fall 1975, Vol.1 No. 4, Page 9.

    OPEN "'Freedom Train' Cites L. & C. Expedition," Fall 1975, Vol.1 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN "Oregon-Washington 3rd Annual Symposium," Fall 1975, Vol.1 No. 4, Page 9.

    OPEN "Montana Members Take Part in Lewis & Clark Seminar," Fall 1975, Vol.1 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN "Dr. Allen Accepts Invitation To Be Annual Banquet Speaker," Fall 1975, Vol.1 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN "News Note," Fall 1975, Vol.1 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN "Iowa's Lewis & Clark Assoc. Co-sponsors Conference," Fall 1975, Vol.1 No. 4, Page 1.

    OPEN "Idaho To Have State L. & C. Committee," Fall 1975, Vol.1 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN "Governor Appoints Foundation Member," Fall 1975, Vol.1 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN "Progress at Cape Disappointment Interpretive Center," Fall 1975, Vol.1 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "Missouri Committee Reports Oct. 27th Meet," Fall 1975, Vol.1 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN "Members To Receive Bonus For 1976 Membership Renewal," Fall 1975, Vol.1 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "Editor's Note," Fall 1975, Vol.1 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN "A Special Item For You or For Your Gift Giving," Fall 1975, Vol.1 No. 4, Page 11.

    OPEN "Captain Clark's Cartography - Cape Disappointment Mouth of the Columbia River - Washington State," Spring 1975, Vol.1 No. 2, Page 10.

    OPEN "Montana's MacGilvra," Spring 1975, Vol.1 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "1804 & 1806 Highway Designations to be Used Along Trail Route in South Dakota," Spring 1975, Vol.1 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN "Oregon Highway Division Develops New Design for Lewis and Clark Markers," Spring 1975, Vol.1 No. 2, Page 10.

    OPEN "Washington State Committee Dedicates 'Lewis and Clark Room' At Longview's Monticello Hotel," Spring 1975, Vol.1 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN "Oregon Foundation's February Quarterly Meeting," Spring 1975, Vol.1 No. 2, Page 9.

    OPEN "New Books Coming," Spring 1975, Vol.1 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN "News Note," Spring 1975, Vol.1 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN "Up-dating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," Spring 1975, Vol.1 No. 2, Page 9.

    OPEN "Our Masthead," Spring 1975, Vol.1 No. 2, Page 1.

    OPEN "Director Caylor On Sabbatical In Washington D.C.," Spring 1975, Vol.1 No. 2, Page 11.

    OPEN "Montana Boy Scouts Petition ARBC For Monies," Spring 1975, Vol.1 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN "De Voto Grove Memorial on Lolo Trail in Idaho," Spring 1975, Vol.1 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN "Ralph Rudeen Reports On Cape Disappointment Interpretive Center," Spring 1975, Vol.1 No. 2, Page 1.

    OPEN "Beaverhead Rock," Spring 1975, Vol.1 No. 2, Page 11.

    OPEN "Montana Society to Make Available 'Damascene' Charles M. Russell Lewis & Clark Plate," Spring 1975, Vol.1 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "'What's In a Name?'," Spring 1975, Vol.1 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN "Foundation's Seventh Annual Meeting at Bismarck, North Dakota, Aug. 10-14," Spring 1975, Vol.1 No. 2, Page 1.

    OPEN "Salt Cairn Legislation Re-introduced," Spring 1975, Vol.1 No. 2, Page 10.

    OPEN "New Superintendent Chandler Assigned to Jefferson National Expansion Memorial: Report on the Progress of the Museum of Westward Expansion," Spring 1975, Vol.1 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "Annual Meeting Registrants," Summer 1975, Vol.1 No. 3, Page 8.

    OPEN "Towboat Sergeant Floyd Now a Floating Museum," Summer 1975, Vol.1 No. 3, Page 12.

    OPEN "Annual Meeting Places Chosen," Summer 1975, Vol.1 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN "Congressional Appropriations To Make Opening of 'Museum of Westward Expansion' Possible by July 1976," Summer 1975, Vol.1 No. 3, Page 8.

    OPEN "Memorial Bridge Dedicated in South Dakota," Summer 1975, Vol.1 No. 3, Page 12.

    OPEN "Foundation Presents Achievement Awards," Summer 1975, Vol.1 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN "Camera Records Activities at Bismarck Meeting," Summer 1975, Vol.1 No. 3, Page 7.

    OPEN "Charbonneau Gravesite - Registered National Historic Place - Danner, Oregon," Summer 1975, Vol.1 No. 3, Page 11.

    OPEN "Michael P. Gleason Addresses Members and Guests at Annual Banquet - Wants Living History," Summer 1975, Vol.1 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN "Amended Bylaws Adopted by Bismarck Meeting," Summer 1975, Vol.1 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN "We Missed 'Boo' at Bismarck," Summer 1975, Vol.1 No. 3, Page 11.

    OPEN "Our New President Wilbur P. Werner," Summer 1975, Vol.1 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN "Annual Banquet Invocation," Summer 1975, Vol.1 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN "National Park Service Volume Details Expedition," Summer 1975, Vol.1 No. 3, Page 9.

    OPEN "Foundation Members and Guests Assemble at Bismarck for Seventh Annual Meeting," Summer 1975, Vol.1 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN "BOR Proposes 'Historic Trail' Designation for Lewis & Clark Trail," Summer 1975, Vol.1 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN "Owen P. Buxton 1904-1975 (Obituary)," Summer 1975, Vol.1 No. 3, Page 9.

    OPEN "WPO Supplementary Publication No. 1 Still Available," December 1976, Vol.2 No. 4, Page 9.

    OPEN "Jean Tyree Hamilton and Henry W. Hamilton (Foundation Personalities)," December 1976, Vol.2 No. 4, Page 8.

    OPEN "Washington State's Cape Disappointment Interpretive Center," December 1976, Vol.2 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "Please Note," December 1976, Vol.2 No. 4, Page 7.

    OPEN "R. Darwin Burroughs 1899 - 1976 (Obituary)," December 1976, Vol.2 No. 4, Page 7.

    OPEN "On the Cover," December 1976, Vol.2 No. 4, Page 1.

    OPEN "New Forest Service Sign Interprets L. & C. in the Gates of the Mountains," December 1976, Vol.2 No. 4, Page 7.

    OPEN "News Note," December 1976, Vol.2 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN "Caution Notice! (Book Review)," December 1976, Vol.2 No. 4, Page 12.

    OPEN "Annual Membership Renewal Due," December 1976, Vol.2 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN "Missouri Activities Reported by Bassman," Spring 1976, Vol.2 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN "Recent Discovery of 1806 Newspaper Details Expedition's Return," Spring 1976, Vol.2 No. 2, Page 9.

    OPEN "Edward Ruisch: Iowa's 'Lewis and Clarkiana' Man (Foundation Personality)," Spring 1976, Vol.2 No. 2, Page 14.

    OPEN "N. Dakota Publications Promote Foundation," Spring 1976, Vol.2 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN "Washington Committee Holds 1st Quarterly Meet," Spring 1976, Vol.2 No. 2, Page 8.

    OPEN "Radio Broadcast Project Involves Oregon Group," Spring 1976, Vol.2 No. 2, Page 13.

    OPEN "News Notes," Spring 1976, Vol.2 No. 2, Page 8.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clarkiana at Helena, Montana," Spring 1976, Vol.2 No. 2, Page 13.

    OPEN "WE PROCEEDED ON derives from the phrase which appears repeatedly in the collective journals of the Expedition," Spring 1976, Vol.2 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN "News Notes," Spring 1976, Vol.2 No. 2, Page 16.

    OPEN "Washington - Oregon Plan 1976 Annual Symposium," Spring 1976, Vol.2 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN "Idaho Committee Meets In January and April," Spring 1976, Vol.2 No. 2, Page 12.

    OPEN "Foundation's Eighth Annual Meeting Great Falls, Montana, August 15-18," Spring 1976, Vol.2 No. 2, Page 1.

    OPEN "Fort Clatsop Staff Provide 'Living History' Demonstrations In Classrooms And At Site," Spring 1976, Vol.2 No. 2, Page 16.

    OPEN "Oregon L. & C. Group Meeting on March 18th," Spring 1976, Vol.2 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN "Up-dating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," Spring 1976, Vol.2 No. 2, Page 11.

    OPEN "Ceremonies at St. Louis Pre-Date Museum Opening," Spring 1976, Vol.2 No. 2, Page 15.

    OPEN "275 Attend Lectures At Washington State Historical Society Event," Spring 1976, Vol.2 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN "Montana's Yellowstone Landmark: Named and 'Autographed' by Capt. Clark 170 Years Ago," Spring 1976, Vol.2 No. 2, Page 10.

    OPEN "Lewis & Clark Theme Will Be Summer Feature at the Seattle Art Museum," Spring 1976, Vol.2 No. 2, Page 15.

    OPEN "Up-dating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," Summer 1976, Vol.2 No. 3, Page 15.

    OPEN "Valley County Montana Organizes Foundation Chapter (Entity)," Summer 1976, Vol.2 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN "8th Annual Meeting Registrants Listed," Summer 1976, Vol.2 No. 3, Page 12.

    OPEN "8th Annual Meeting Business Sessions Banquet," Summer 1976, Vol.2 No. 3, Page 15.

    OPEN "Foundation Recognizes Fort Benton Community Improvement Association With Achievement Award," Summer 1976, Vol.2 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN "Marker Dedicated August 13th," Summer 1976, Vol.2 No. 3, Page 11.

    OPEN "Cameras Record Field Trip Activities at Eighth Annual Meeting," Summer 1976, Vol.2 No. 3, Page 14.

    OPEN "Hazel Bain New Membership Secretary," Summer 1976, Vol.2 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN "Missouri Cruise Report Due For Future Issue," Summer 1976, Vol.2 No. 3, Page 7.

    OPEN "Correction," Summer 1976, Vol.2 No. 3, Page 13.

    OPEN "Good News!!," Summer 1976, Vol.2 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN "Senate Acts Favorably Toward Salt Cairn," Summer 1976, Vol.2 No. 3, Page 7.

    OPEN "Muhly Produces Limited Edition," Summer 1976, Vol.2 No. 3, Page 13.

    OPEN "Our New President Clarence H. Decker," Summer 1976, Vol.2 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN "New NPS Museum Opens Under Arch in St. Louis," Summer 1976, Vol.2 No. 3, Page 7.

    OPEN "Presentation of Awards at 8th Annual Meeting," Summer 1976, Vol.2 No. 3, Page 13.

    OPEN "President, Past Presidents, and Members of Foundation Attend Ft. Benton Bicentennial Event," Summer 1976, Vol.2 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN "Foundation Personality: Washington State's 'Cliff'' Imsland's L. & C. Lectures in Demand," Winter 1976, Vol.2 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN "Site Near Salmon, Idaho For New L. & C. Marker," Winter 1976, Vol.2 No. 1, Page 12.

    OPEN "Annual Meeting Plans Announced by Montanans," Winter 1976, Vol.2 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN "Foundation Membership Now International," Winter 1976, Vol.2 No. 1, Page 11.

    OPEN "Up-dating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," Winter 1976, Vol.2 No. 1, Page 11.

    OPEN "President Werner's Message," Winter 1976, Vol.2 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN "Urquharts Deed Expedition's 'Portage Creek' Campsite to Montana Boy Scouts," Winter 1976, Vol.2 No. 1, Page 10.

    OPEN "Montana's Lewis & Clark Memorial to Be Bicentennial Event: Scriver's Sculpture to Be Dedicated June 13th at Ft. Benton," Winter 1976, Vol.2 No. 1, Page 1.

    OPEN "Montana Lewis & Clark Commission Enlarged & Reactivated by Governor," Winter 1976, Vol.2 No. 1, Page 10.

    OPEN "Captain Lewis Discovers and Describes The Great Falls of the Missouri," Winter 1976, Vol.2 No. 1, Page 9.

    OPEN "Preview of Forth-coming 'Feature Stories' in WPO," Winter 1976, Vol.2 No. 1, Page 12.

    OPEN "Washington - Oregon 4th Annual Symposium," February 1977, Vol.3 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN "Boy Scouts Fence 'Camp Disappointment' Historic Landmark," February 1977, Vol.3 No. 1, Page 10.

    OPEN "1976 St. Louis Arch And Museum Visitors Exceed 1975 By One Million," February 1977, Vol.3 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN "Iowa/Nebraska - Missouri River Sergeant Floyd Memorial Bridge Dedicated in Nov. 1976," February 1977, Vol.3 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN "Oregon L.&C. Foundation Holds December Meeting," February 1977, Vol.3 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN "WPO Mailings May Include Programs," February 1977, Vol.3 No. 1, Page 8.

    OPEN "Scale Model of Camp DuBois, Lewis & Clark Winter Quarters," February 1977, Vol.3 No. 1, Page 1.

    OPEN "Updating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," February 1977, Vol.3 No. 1, Page 12.

    OPEN "Factual Map Detailing L.&C. In NE Montana Produced by Saindon," February 1977, Vol.3 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN "Governor Enlarges And Appoints New Members To Oregon L. & C. Comm.," February 1977, Vol.3 No. 1, Page 7.

    OPEN "Map Available," February 1977, Vol.3 No. 1, Page 12.

    OPEN "Meriwether Lewis's Letter To President Jefferson About William Clark," February 1977, Vol.3 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN "SE Washington Foundation Chapter Being Formed," February 1977, Vol.3 No. 1, Page 7.

    OPEN "Washington State Director Points Out Nonconforrnance To Foundation's By-Laws," February 1977, Vol.3 No. 1, Page 11.

    OPEN "Foundation Chapter Reports from NE Montana," February 1977, Vol.3 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN "Washington State Committee Meets," February 1977, Vol.3 No. 1, Page 7.

    OPEN "Meriwether Lewis's 'Camp Disappointment' Present Day Glacier County, Montana," February 1977, Vol.3 No. 1, Page 10.

    OPEN "BOR Final Report On Lewis and Clark Trail Study Now Available," February 1977, Vol.3 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN "Funding Made Available For Missouri Wild and Scenic River Study," July 1977, Vol.3 No. 3, Page 7.

    OPEN "World Famous Sculptor, Bob Scriver, Creates Exclusive Bronze For Foundation," July 1977, Vol.3 No. 3, Page 1.

    OPEN "Doumit Elected Chairman For Washington Committee," July 1977, Vol.3 No. 3, Page 7.

    OPEN "Artist Depicts The Lewis & Clark Expedition at St. Charles," July 1977, Vol.3 No. 3, Page 8.

    OPEN "The N .E. Montana Chapter Begins 2nd Year Activities," July 1977, Vol.3 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN "Two Great and Wide Rivers Meet," July 1977, Vol.3 No. 3, Page 8.

    OPEN "Look Alikes," July 1977, Vol.3 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN "National Park Service JNEM Superintendent," July 1977, Vol.3 No. 3, Page 8.

    OPEN "South Dakota Fort Manuel Site Nominated Registered National Historic Place," July 1977, Vol.3 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN "News Note," July 1977, Vol.3 No. 3, Page 7.

    OPEN "News Note," July 1977, Vol.3 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN "An Observation In Retrospect," July 1977, Vol.3 No. 3, Page 7.

    OPEN "Oregon L. & C. Group Meets," May 1977, Vol.3 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN "New Virginia Foundation To Preserve Birthplace of Meriwether Lewis," May 1977, Vol.3 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN "Photo-Murals by Muench At NPS St. Louis Museum Reproduced In Publication," May 1977, Vol.3 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN "Washington State Committee Meet," May 1977, Vol.3 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN "Montana Organization Reports Activities In Quarterly Publication," May 1977, Vol.3 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "Secretary Anderson Commended in Letters To Montana Magazine," May 1977, Vol.3 No. 2, Page 12.

    OPEN "Funding Problem Slows Initial Development Of Montana's Missouri Wild & Scenic Rivers System," May 1977, Vol.3 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN "Dr. David Kenney To Address Foundation At Annual Meeting," May 1977, Vol.3 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "Editor's Note," May 1977, Vol.3 No. 2, Page 12.

    OPEN "Anecdotes: From The Journals And Literature About the Expedition," May 1977, Vol.3 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "Historic St. Charles Site of Annual Meeting," May 1977, Vol.3 No. 2, Page 10.

    OPEN "Updating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," May 1977, Vol.3 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "Program Announced for Foundation's Ninth Annual Meeting Activities to be at St. Charles, St. Louis, and Wood River," May 1977, Vol.3 No. 2, Page 1.

    OPEN "Annual Meeting Photographs," October 1977, Vol.3 No. 4, Page 9.

    OPEN "From The Journals And Literature About the Expedition (Anecdotes)," October 1977, Vol.3 No. 4, Page 16.

    OPEN "1978 Annual Meeting To Be Hosted by Members Of Washington Committee," October 1977, Vol.3 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN "New Entity Formed In S. E. Washington State," October 1977, Vol.3 No. 4, Page 9.

    OPEN "Listing of 9th Annual Meeting Registrants," October 1977, Vol.3 No. 4, Page 15.

    OPEN "Resolution Drafted At Annual Meeting Seeks Procedure For Liaison With Dept. Of Interior," October 1977, Vol.3 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN "Mildred R. Goosman - Our New Director From Nebraska (Foundation Personality)," October 1977, Vol.3 No. 4, Page 8.

    OPEN "From The Journals And Literature About the Expedition (Anecdotes)," October 1977, Vol.3 No. 4, Page 13.

    OPEN "Hazel Bain Accepts Reappointment as Membership Secretary," October 1977, Vol.3 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "Achievement Awards Honor Rudeen and Fisher," October 1977, Vol.3 No. 4, Page 7.

    OPEN "Oregon-Washington Groups Hold 5th Annual Symposium," October 1977, Vol.3 No. 4, Page 13.

    OPEN "Our New President," October 1977, Vol.3 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "Western History Assoc. Meets in Oregon," October 1977, Vol.3 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN "Untitled (New Historical Marker in Valley County, Montana)," October 1977, Vol.3 No. 4, Page 12.

    OPEN "Foundation Members Enjoy Diversified Activities at Foundation's Meeting," October 1977, Vol.3 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN "Washington Committee Quarterly Meeting," October 1977, Vol.3 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN "Director Robins on 'Pinch-Hits' For Secretary Anderson," October 1977, Vol.3 No. 4, Page 9.

    OPEN "Bronze Busts Typical of Indians Encountered by Lewis & Clark Expedition," October 1977, Vol.3 No. 4, Page 16.

    OPEN "Up-dating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," October 1977, Vol.3 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN "News Notes," February 1978, Vol.4 No. 1, Page 10.

    OPEN "A Lewis & Clark Collector's Item," February 1978, Vol.4 No. 1, Page 14.

    OPEN "Senator Lee Metcalf 1911 - 1978 (Obituary)," February 1978, Vol.4 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN "Updating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," February 1978, Vol.4 No. 1, Page 10.

    OPEN "Gary Leppart Accepts BLM Position in Montana," February 1978, Vol.4 No. 1, Page 14.

    OPEN "England's Prince Charles Visits St. Louis; Tours Arch, Museum, Old Courthouse," February 1978, Vol.4 No. 1, Page 1.

    OPEN "Anecdote - From The Journals And Literature About the Expedition," February 1978, Vol.4 No. 1, Page 9.

    OPEN "Dick Rust Continues Series on Litterateurs At Oregon Meetings," February 1978, Vol.4 No. 1, Page 11.

    OPEN "Program Highlights Announced For 10th Annual Meeting," February 1978, Vol.4 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN "Anecdote - From The Journals And Literature About the Expedition," February 1978, Vol.4 No. 1, Page 11.

    OPEN "L. & C. Room Develops At Wood River Library," February 1978, Vol.4 No. 1, Page 15.

    OPEN "'Thomas Jefferson' Makes An Appearance At Washington State's Committee Meeting," February 1978, Vol.4 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN "News Notes," February 1978, Vol.4 No. 1, Page 11.

    OPEN "Foundation Entity Formed In Virginia," February 1978, Vol.4 No. 1, Page 15.

    OPEN "News Notes," February 1978, Vol.4 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN "'Rock Fort' Campsite Marker Installed At Authenticated Location, The Dalles, Oregon," February 1978, Vol.4 No. 1, Page 10.

    OPEN "Blue Mountain Chapter Plans January Meeting," February 1978, Vol.4 No. 1, Page 14.

    OPEN "Ft. Manuel, Place of Death of Sacagawea, Now National Historic Site," February 1978, Vol.4 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN "Anecdote - From The Journals And Literature About the Expedition," July 1978, Vol.4 No. 3, Page 13.

    OPEN "Iowa State University Honors Donald Jackson," July 1978, Vol.4 No. 3, Page 10.

    OPEN "Blue Mountain Chapter Field Trip & Picnic," July 1978, Vol.4 No. 3, Page 13.

    OPEN "Washington State Parks & Recreation Commission Adds Second Interpretive Center," July 1978, Vol.4 No. 3, Page 1.

    OPEN "Anecdote - From The Journals And Literature About the Expedition," July 1978, Vol.4 No. 3, Page 10.

    OPEN "Annual Banquet Speaker," July 1978, Vol.4 No. 3, Page 13.

    OPEN "Washington Group Meets," July 1978, Vol.4 No. 3, Page 10.

    OPEN "Postal Service 1805?," July 1978, Vol.4 No. 3, Page 13.

    OPEN "Valley County Entity Reports From Montana," July 1978, Vol.4 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN "Anecdote - From The Journals And Literature About the Expedition," July 1978, Vol.4 No. 3, Page 12.

    OPEN "Updating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," July 1978, Vol.4 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN "New Material Added To Chatters' Collection," July 1978, Vol.4 No. 3, Page 12.

    OPEN "Wilbur Werner Interprets 'Fight Site' Tour For Girl Scouts," July 1978, Vol.4 No. 3, Page 14.

    OPEN "News Notes," July 1978, Vol.4 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN "Oregon Committee Meets," July 1978, Vol.4 No. 3, Page 11.

    OPEN "Blue Mountain Chapter Reports And Makes Plans," May 1978, Vol.4 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "Russell L. & C. Mural Valued At One Million," May 1978, Vol.4 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN "Interior Secretary Andrus Creates New 'Heritage Conservation & Recreation Service'," May 1978, Vol.4 No. 2, Page 10.

    OPEN "Program Announced For Foundation's Tenth Annual Meeting," May 1978, Vol.4 No. 2, Page 1.

    OPEN "An Oversight!," May 1978, Vol.4 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN "Anecdote - From The Journals And Literature About the Expedition," May 1978, Vol.4 No. 2, Page 10.

    OPEN "L. & C. Theme For Oregon 'Trailathon'," May 1978, Vol.4 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN "Oregon Committee Meets," May 1978, Vol.4 No. 2, Page 9.

    OPEN "Foundation Personalities Emory And Ruth Hill Strong," May 1978, Vol.4 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN "'Rock Fort' Historical Marker Text Clarified," May 1978, Vol.4 No. 2, Page 9.

    OPEN "Untitled (Thomas Jefferson's 235th Birthday)," May 1978, Vol.4 No. 2, Page 11.

    OPEN "Foundation Directors Submit to Surgery," May 1978, Vol.4 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "Up-dating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," May 1978, Vol.4 No. 2, Page 9.

    OPEN "Oregon Foundation's March Meeting," May 1978, Vol.4 No. 2, Page 11.

    OPEN "Anecdote - From The Journals And Literature About the Expedition," May 1978, Vol.4 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "Amacker Appointed To Young Adults Committee," May 1978, Vol.4 No. 2, Page 10.

    OPEN "Plans Developing For Management Of Missouri's 'Scenic River' Segment," October 1978, Vol.4 No. 4, Page 12.

    OPEN "Our New President Mitchell Doumit," October 1978, Vol.4 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "Second Grant Received From Darling Foundation," October 1978, Vol.4 No. 4, Page 10.

    OPEN "Valley County Montana To Be Annual Meeting Locale for 1979," October 1978, Vol.4 No. 4, Page 11.

    OPEN "New Plan To Provide Initial Financing For Foundation Chapters," October 1978, Vol.4 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "Anecdote - From The Literature About The Expedition," October 1978, Vol.4 No. 4, Page 15.

    OPEN "Hazel Bain Accepts Reappointment as Membership Secretary," October 1978, Vol.4 No. 4, Page 10.

    OPEN "Montana's Thoreson Wins Conservation Award," October 1978, Vol.4 No. 4, Page 11.

    OPEN "Ninety Registrants Enjoy Four Day Activities At Tenth Annual Meeting In State of Washington," October 1978, Vol.4 No. 4, Page 1.

    OPEN "Roy Craft's Camera Records Tenth Annual Meeting Activities," October 1978, Vol.4 No. 4, Page 14.

    OPEN "Lawrence H. Gill 1917-1978," October 1978, Vol.4 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN "Ralph Space Presented Foundation Award," October 1978, Vol.4 No. 4, Page 11.

    OPEN "News Notes," October 1978, Vol.4 No. 4, Page 13.

    OPEN "Foundation's New Award Goes to Clarence Decker," October 1978, Vol.4 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN "Indian Stick Lodge Project Underway In Valley County, MT," October 1978, Vol.4 No. 4, Page 10.

    OPEN "Editor Paladin Retires From Montana Magazine," October 1978, Vol.4 No. 4, Page 13.

    OPEN "Listing of 10th Annual Meeting Registrants," October 1978, Vol.4 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN "Foundation Award Goes To Illinois Publisher," October 1978, Vol.4 No. 4, Page 10.

    OPEN "Anecdote - From The Journals And Literature About the Expedition," October 1978, Vol.4 No. 4, Page 13.

    OPEN "News Notes," October 1978, Vol.4 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "News Notes," October 1978, Vol.4 No. 4, Page 16.

    OPEN "Not Every Foundation Enjoys the Prestige And Recognition Of A Feature Story On The Editorial Page of The Wall Street Journal!," October 1978, Vol.4 No. 4, Page 10.

    OPEN "President Doumit's Message," February 1979, Vol.5 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN "Montana Society Honors E.E. 'Boo' MacGilvra," February 1979, Vol.5 No. 1, Page 7.

    OPEN "'Historic' Designation Added To National Trail System Act Nomenclature," February 1979, Vol.5 No. 1, Page 13.

    OPEN "Congressional Action Provides For Addition of Expedition's Salt Cairn To National Park Service's Fort Clatsop National Memorial," February 1979, Vol.5 No. 1, Page 1.

    OPEN "Mike McCorkle Ft. Clatsop To St. Louis 146 Day Solo Adventure," February 1979, Vol.5 No. 1, Page 7.

    OPEN "Dept. Of Interior Approves Continued Use Of L. & C. Logo," February 1979, Vol.5 No. 1, Page 12.

    OPEN "Anecdote - From The Literature About The Expedition," February 1979, Vol.5 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN "Young People's L. & C. Art & Essay Contest," February 1979, Vol.5 No. 1, Page 10.

    OPEN "President Doumit's Appointment of Foundation Committees," February 1979, Vol.5 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN "Anecdote - From The Literature About The Expedition," February 1979, Vol.5 No. 1, Page 9.

    OPEN "Director Chandler Departs JNEM For New Assignment," February 1979, Vol.5 No. 1, Page 16.

    OPEN "Valley County, Montana Chapter Keeps Active," February 1979, Vol.5 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN "Higgins Trust Extends Support For 1979," February 1979, Vol.5 No. 1, Page 8.

    OPEN "11th Annual Meeting Program Developing With Added New Events," February 1979, Vol.5 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN "Foundation Notes Death Of Mrs. John C. Higgins (Obituary)," February 1979, Vol.5 No. 1, Page 7.

    OPEN "Up-dating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," February 1979, Vol.5 No. 1, Page 15.

    OPEN "Youth Activity Essay Winner: Liz Hahn," July 1979, Vol.5 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN "Guns Of Expedition Subject At Meeting Of Washington Group," July 1979, Vol.5 No. 3, Page 10.

    OPEN "Dan Murphy: Our 11th Annual Banquet Speaker," July 1979, Vol.5 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN "Principals at Salt Cairn Property Transfer Ceremony," July 1979, Vol.5 No. 3, Page 7.

    OPEN "'Three Solitary Trees' Lose A Limb, But Survive Another Winter," July 1979, Vol.5 No. 3, Page 13.

    OPEN "News Note," July 1979, Vol.5 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN "Donald Jackson Presents Paper At American Philosophical Society," July 1979, Vol.5 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN "Up-Dating Lewis & Clark Literature," July 1979, Vol.5 No. 3, Page 12.

    OPEN "Sixth Annual Symposium Washington-Oregon Event," July 1979, Vol.5 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN "Up-dating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," July 1979, Vol.5 No. 3, Page 11.

    OPEN "H. Bain Tells L. & C. Story To Washington State Group Meeting," July 1979, Vol.5 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN "'Living History' at Fort Clatsop," July 1979, Vol.5 No. 3, Page 1.

    OPEN "Untitled Obituary for George Guins," July 1979, Vol.5 No. 3, Page 11.

    OPEN "News Note," July 1979, Vol.5 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN "Up-dating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," May 1979, Vol.5 No. 2, Page 9.

    OPEN "An Interesting Event Scheduled for 11th Annual Meeting," May 1979, Vol.5 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark Quilt," May 1979, Vol.5 No. 2, Page 8.

    OPEN "Jerry Schober Is New JNEM Superintendent," May 1979, Vol.5 No. 2, Page 16.

    OPEN "Walla Walla, Washington Hosts L. & C. Events," May 1979, Vol.5 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN "L. & C. Related Art Work Oregon Meeting Subject," May 1979, Vol.5 No. 2, Page 8.

    OPEN "News Notes," May 1979, Vol.5 No. 2, Page 13.

    OPEN "News Note," May 1979, Vol.5 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN "News Note," May 1979, Vol.5 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN "Fort Union Trappers," May 1979, Vol.5 No. 2, Page 13.

    OPEN "Up-Dating Lewis & Clark Literature," May 1979, Vol.5 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN "Washington - Oregon Annual Symposium," May 1979, Vol.5 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN "Oregon Committee's Executive Order," May 1979, Vol.5 No. 2, Page 12.

    OPEN "OHS - NPS Salt Cairn Property Transfer To Be June 23rd Event," May 1979, Vol.5 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN "Naming 'Two Captains Rock' Lost in Controversy," May 1979, Vol.5 No. 2, Page 12.

    OPEN "Foundation's August 12-15, 1979 Eleventh Annual Meeting Program Announced Valley County, Montana, Chapter Details Four Days Of Activities," May 1979, Vol.5 No. 2, Page 1.

    OPEN "Crooked Creek Now Sacagawea River," October 1979, Vol.5 No. 4, Page 16.

    OPEN "Our New President Bob Saindon," October 1979, Vol.5 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "Listing of 11th Annual Meeting Registrants," October 1979, Vol.5 No. 4, Page 8.

    OPEN "Another Bear Story," October 1979, Vol.5 No. 4, Page 13.

    OPEN "Saindon - Decker 'Engineer' Commemorative Philatelic Cover," October 1979, Vol.5 No. 4, Page 20.

    OPEN "A Variety of 11th Annual Meeting Activities Recorded In Photographs," October 1979, Vol.5 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN "Donald Jackson Involved In A ward 'Doubleheader'," October 1979, Vol.5 No. 4, Page 13.

    OPEN "Copies of Rare 1814 Map Available From American Philosophical Society," October 1979, Vol.5 No. 4, Page 19.

    OPEN "Chris Patton Wins Quilt At Glasgow Annual Meeting," October 1979, Vol.5 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN "Meriwether Lewis's Letter To President Jefferson About William Clark," October 1979, Vol.5 No. 4, Page 11.

    OPEN "Design Selected For Wood River, Illinois, Lewis & Clark Memorial," October 1979, Vol.5 No. 4, Page 1.

    OPEN "Omaha-Sioux City To Be 1980 Meeting Site," October 1979, Vol.5 No. 4, Page 18.

    OPEN "News Note," October 1979, Vol.5 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN "Recent Meetings," October 1979, Vol.5 No. 4, Page 11.

    OPEN "1979 Foundation Awards," October 1979, Vol.5 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN "Recent Meeting," October 1979, Vol.5 No. 4, Page 10.

    OPEN "News Notes," October 1979, Vol.5 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN "President Saindon's Appointment of Foundation Committees," October 1979, Vol.5 No. 4, Page 9.

    OPEN "Gates Of The Mountains 175th Anniversary Event," August 1980, Vol.6 No. 3, Page 10.

    OPEN "Local Historical Groups Revive L. & C. Pageant at Missouri's Forks," August 1980, Vol.6 No. 3, Page 15.

    OPEN "News Note," August 1980, Vol.6 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN "L. & C. Commemorative Postage Stamp In 1981 You Can Help, Now!," August 1980, Vol.6 No. 3, Page 11.

    OPEN "50-Year-Old Washington-Oregon Bridge Changes Name To Honor 175th Anniversary of Lewis and Clark Expedition," August 1980, Vol.6 No. 3, Page 1.

    OPEN "Updating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," August 1980, Vol.6 No. 3, Page 16.

    OPEN "Updating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," August 1980, Vol.6 No. 3, Page 11.

    OPEN "News Note," August 1980, Vol.6 No. 3, Page 16.

    OPEN "Two Honors For Our President Bob Saindon," August 1980, Vol.6 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN "News Notes," August 1980, Vol.6 No. 3, Page 11.

    OPEN "Washington State's Kubik Presents Lewis and Clark Interpretive Programs," August 1980, Vol.6 No. 3, Page 16.

    OPEN "Reproduction Available of 1901 Lewis & Clark U.S. $10.00 Bank Note," August 1980, Vol.6 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN "Oregon-Washington L. & C. Symposium," August 1980, Vol.6 No. 3, Page 10.

    OPEN "Partners For Fifty Years," August 1980, Vol.6 No. 3, Page 15.

    OPEN "Jackson's American Philosophical Society Paper Available," August 1980, Vol.6 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN "Murphy Lecture - Library Exhibit At Oregon's Lewis & Clark College Commemorate 175th Anniversary," August 1980, Vol.6 No. 3, Page 10.

    OPEN "Recent Meeting," August 1980, Vol.6 No. 3, Page 15.

    OPEN "Ernest Osgood Honored By College of Wooster," August 1980, Vol.6 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN "Montana News Note," February 1980, Vol.6 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN "Oregon Meeting Features Report of Summer L. & C. College History Activity," February 1980, Vol.6 No. 1, Page 19.

    OPEN "Moulton To Be Speaker For 12th Annual Banquet," February 1980, Vol.6 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN "There will be new signs designating Interstate 70 in Illinois as the Lewis and Clark Memorial Highway," February 1980, Vol.6 No. 1, Page 15.

    OPEN "Anecdote - From The Literature About The Expedition," February 1980, Vol.6 No. 1, Page 15.

    OPEN "Maximilian - Bodmer Collection Will Be A 12th Annual Meeting Feature," February 1980, Vol.6 No. 1, Page 1.

    OPEN "Washington Committee Hosted By Spokane's Gonzaga University," February 1980, Vol.6 No. 1, Page 13.

    OPEN "NPS - Ft. Clatsop Seeks A Fiddler For Summer Staff," February 1980, Vol.6 No. 1, Page 20.

    OPEN "Oregon Committee Meets For Christmas Party At NPS Fort Clatsop," February 1980, Vol.6 No. 1, Page 13.

    OPEN "Washington State Blue Mt. Chapter November Meeting," February 1980, Vol.6 No. 1, Page 20.

    OPEN "Valley County Announces Ambitious 1980 Program," February 1980, Vol.6 No. 1, Page 7.

    OPEN "NPS Fort Clatsop School Programs," February 1980, Vol.6 No. 1, Page 20.

    OPEN "Annual Meeting Recapitulation," May 1980, Vol.6 No. 2, Page 21.

    OPEN "News Notes," May 1980, Vol.6 No. 2, Page 10.

    OPEN "175th Anniversary Postal Covers," May 1980, Vol.6 No. 2, Page 17.

    OPEN "Visit to Joslyn Art Museum 12th Annual Meeting Event," May 1980, Vol.6 No. 2, Page 19.

    OPEN "Foundation Personality - Gary E. Moulton," May 1980, Vol.6 No. 2, Page 9.

    OPEN "Lewis & Clark Name Given To 50 Year Old Bridge," May 1980, Vol.6 No. 2, Page 13.

    OPEN "News Note," May 1980, Vol.6 No. 2, Page 19.

    OPEN "Washington State's New Interpretive Center To Relate To Lewis & Clark," May 1980, Vol.6 No. 2, Page 8.

    OPEN "Recent Meetings," May 1980, Vol.6 No. 2, Page 23.

    OPEN "Washington State's Ralph Rudeen Retires," May 1980, Vol.6 No. 2, Page 12.

    OPEN "Visit To Sergeant Floyd Monument 12th Annual Meeting Event," May 1980, Vol.6 No. 2, Page 18.

    OPEN "Montana, Idaho and Oregon Turn to Captain Lewis's Botany For Naming State Flowers," May 1980, Vol.6 No. 2, Page 23.

    OPEN "Dan Murphy Moves On to Santa Fe," May 1980, Vol.6 No. 2, Page 12.

    OPEN "Emory Strong, 1903-1980," May 1980, Vol.6 No. 2, Page 17.

    OPEN "Our Beloved 'Boo' Has Joined The Ages," May 1980, Vol.6 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "Lewis And Clark Nature Trail Dedicated in Oregon State Park," May 1980, Vol.6 No. 2, Page 22.

    OPEN "Dickenson Is New Director For NPS," May 1980, Vol.6 No. 2, Page 17.

    OPEN "President Saindon's Message," May 1980, Vol.6 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN "Updating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," May 1980, Vol.6 No. 2, Page 21.

    OPEN "A Narrative Poem (Book Review)," May 1980, Vol.6 No. 2, Page 10.

    OPEN "Governor Proclaims 175th," May 1980, Vol.6 No. 2, Page 17.

    OPEN "Foundation's August 20-22, 1980 Twelfth Annual Meeting Program Announced Activities Planned in Both Omaha, Nebraska and Sioux City, Iowa," May 1980, Vol.6 No. 2, Page 1.

    OPEN "1903-1905 Expositions Commemorated Nation's Westward Expansion," November 1980, Vol.6 No. 4, Page 20.

    OPEN "Children's Visits To Fort Clatsop Excite Variety of Responses," November 1980, Vol.6 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN "A Unique New Lewis and Clark Sculpture," November 1980, Vol.6 No. 4, Page 12.

    OPEN "Paladin Reports 175th Anniversary Event At Gates Of The Mountains," November 1980, Vol.6 No. 4, Page 19.

    OPEN "News Notes," November 1980, Vol.6 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN "Cameras Record Activities During 12th Annual Meeting," November 1980, Vol.6 No. 4, Page 8.

    OPEN "Scannon Reprint Sales Exceeds 2000 Copies 3rd Printing Possible," November 1980, Vol.6 No. 4, Page 18.

    OPEN "Our New President Irving W. Anderson," November 1980, Vol.6 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "Illinois Press Announces Foundation Members' Books," November 1980, Vol.6 No. 4, Page 7.

    OPEN "Recent Meetings," November 1980, Vol.6 No. 4, Page 18.

    OPEN "Foundation Founder And Artists Share Awards," November 1980, Vol.6 No. 4, Page 1.

    OPEN "Special Post-Meeting Activity Added Feature," November 1980, Vol.6 No. 4, Page 7.

    OPEN "Anecdote - From The Journals And Literature About the Expedition," November 1980, Vol.6 No. 4, Page 17.

    OPEN "12th Annual Meeting Exceeds Expectations," November 1980, Vol.6 No. 4, Page 7.

    OPEN "L. & C. Commemorative Postage Stamp In 1981 You Can Help, Now!," November 1980, Vol.6 No. 4, Page 17.

    OPEN "Indian Woman's Name Now In Outer Space," November 1980, Vol.6 No. 4, Page 20.

    OPEN "12th Annual Meeting Visits the Floyd Monument," November 1980, Vol.6 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN "Mt. Hood National Forest (Oregon) Features Lewis and Clark and a Variety of Other Interpretation," November 1980, Vol.6 No. 4, Page 13.

    OPEN "Anecdote - From The Journals And Literature About the Expedition," August 1981, Vol.7 No. 3, Page 15.

    OPEN "Anecdote - From The Journals & Literature About The Expedition," August 1981, Vol.7 No. 3, Page 10.

    OPEN "Billian Reports 1982 Meeting Possibility For Philadelphia," August 1981, Vol.7 No. 3, Page 14.

    OPEN "Untititled (175th Anniversary Lewis & Clark Expedition Re-enactment)," August 1981, Vol.7 No. 3, Page 9.

    OPEN "A Book About North America's Mountain Pass Geography," August 1981, Vol.7 No. 3, Page 14.

    OPEN "Donald W. Rose 1900-1981 (Obituary)," August 1981, Vol.7 No. 3, Page 14.

    OPEN "Washington Society Honors Cliff Imsland," August 1981, Vol.7 No. 3, Page 16.

    OPEN "Alpowai Interpretive Center," August 1981, Vol.7 No. 3, Page 1.

    OPEN "Remembering 'Boo' (Obituary)," August 1981, Vol.7 No. 3, Page 14.

    OPEN "Recent Meeting," August 1981, Vol.7 No. 3, Page 16.

    OPEN "Untitled (Stanley Wanlass presents sculpture to Fort Clatsop)," August 1981, Vol.7 No. 3, Page 11.

    OPEN "Recent Meeting," August 1981, Vol.7 No. 3, Page 15.

    OPEN "Untitled (Don and Cathie Jackson's Mountain Retreat)," August 1981, Vol.7 No. 3, Page 11.

    OPEN "Letters To Editor Compliment Bob Betts," February 1981, Vol.7 No. 1, Page 11.

    OPEN "BLM 'Floater's Guide' Now Available For 'Upper Missouri Wild & Scenic River' Area," February 1981, Vol.7 No. 1, Page 13.

    OPEN "Innovative 'Traveling Meeting' To Replace Traditional Annual Meeting Format," February 1981, Vol.7 No. 1, Page 1.

    OPEN "The Dalles, Oregon Schools Observe 175th Anniversary of The Expedition's Visit," February 1981, Vol.7 No. 1, Page 16.

    OPEN "Construction Underway For Lewis & Clark Memorial At Illinois' Lewis & Clark State Park," February 1981, Vol.7 No. 1, Page 7.

    OPEN "News Notes," February 1981, Vol.7 No. 1, Page 13.

    OPEN "AASLH Award Goes To Montana Organizations," February 1981, Vol.7 No. 1, Page 14.

    OPEN "Anecdote - From The Literature About The Expedition," February 1981, Vol.7 No. 1, Page 15.

    OPEN "James Willard Schultz Society Publication," February 1981, Vol.7 No. 1, Page 7.

    OPEN "The Lemhi: Sacajawea's People (Book Review)," February 1981, Vol.7 No. 1, Page 12.

    OPEN "The Marker At The Summit Of Lemhi Pass And The Montana-Idaho Stateline," February 1981, Vol.7 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN "175th Anniversary Symposium To Be Missouri Historical Society Event," February 1981, Vol.7 No. 1, Page 15.

    OPEN "Updating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," February 1981, Vol.7 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN "Winter Visit To 'Camp Wood' Finds Conditions Similar to 1803 - 1804," February 1981, Vol.7 No. 1, Page 12.

    OPEN "Looking To The East And West From Lemhi Pass On The Continental Divide," February 1981, Vol.7 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN "Anecdote - From The Journals And Literature About the Expedition," February 1981, Vol.7 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN "Recent Meeting," February 1981, Vol.7 No. 1, Page 12.

    OPEN "Fort Clatsop Sponsors Event Commemorating 175th Anniversary of Expedition's Arrival: President Anderson Featured Speaker," February 1981, Vol.7 No. 1, Page 14.

    OPEN "Recent Meetings," February 1981, Vol.7 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN "Commemorative Postal Issue Scheduled For September 23, 1981," February 1981, Vol.7 No. 1, Page 12.

    OPEN "News Notes," February 1981, Vol.7 No. 1, Page 14.

    OPEN "President Anderson's Message," February 1981, Vol.7 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN "News Notes," May 1981, Vol.7 No. 2, Page 16.

    OPEN "Dr. Moulton Suggests 'Eastern' ln Lieu Of 'Ohio River' For The Title Of 1803 Journal," May 1981, Vol.7 No. 2, Page 14.

    OPEN "Untititled (Ruth and Bob Burns raise two Newfoundlands)," May 1981, Vol.7 No. 2, Page 16.

    OPEN "Untitled (ISSN issued)," May 1981, Vol.7 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "Recent Meeting," May 1981, Vol.7 No. 2, Page 13.

    OPEN "New Washington State Interpretive Center Dedication May 2-3," May 1981, Vol.7 No. 2, Page 16.

    OPEN "Registration Proves 13th Annual Meeting To Be Popular Event," May 1981, Vol.7 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "1880 Publication Refers To Lewis and Clark And The Indians On The Lower Columbia River," May 1981, Vol.7 No. 2, Page 13.

    OPEN "NPS Releases March 'Status Report' For L. & C. Trail Study," May 1981, Vol.7 No. 2, Page 15.

    OPEN "News Note," May 1981, Vol.7 No. 2, Page 9.

    OPEN "Anecdote - From The Journals And Literature About The Expedition," May 1981, Vol.7 No. 2, Page 15.

    OPEN "Dr. James. P. Ronda Accepts Invitation To Address Annual Banquet Gathering," May 1981, Vol.7 No. 2, Page 1.

    OPEN "Oregon Committee Meets In Astoria," May 1981, Vol.7 No. 2, Page 9.

    OPEN "Mountain Peaks HonorExpedition Members," May 1981, Vol.7 No. 2, Page 14.

    OPEN "UpDating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," May 1981, Vol.7 No. 2, Page 8.

    OPEN "NPS To Administer L. & C. National Historic Trail. Charter and Appointments Announced For Advisory Council. HCRS Agency Abolished," May 1981, Vol.7 No. 2, Page 14.

    OPEN "Our New President V. Strode Hinds, D.D.S.," November 1981, Vol.7 No. 4, Page 1.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1806 (Commemorative Stamp)," November 1981, Vol.7 No. 4, Page 27.

    OPEN "Saindon and Murphy Receive Foundation's 'Achievement Award'," November 1981, Vol.7 No. 4, Page 10.

    OPEN "Washington-Oregon Annual Symposium," November 1981, Vol.7 No. 4, Page 19.

    OPEN "Resolution Supports L. & C. Names For Snake River Dams," November 1981, Vol.7 No. 4, Page 27.

    OPEN "People Pictures Taken During The 13th Annual Meeting & 'Traveling Meeting Tour'," November 1981, Vol.7 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN "News Notes," November 1981, Vol.7 No. 4, Page 18.

    OPEN "'L. & C. Advisory Council' Activity," November 1981, Vol.7 No. 4, Page 26.

    OPEN "Attendees (Members & Guests) 13th Annual Meeting," November 1981, Vol.7 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN "Recent Meetings," November 1981, Vol.7 No. 4, Page 17.

    OPEN "1982 Annual Meeting To Be In Philadelphia," November 1981, Vol.7 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN "Updating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," November 1981, Vol.7 No. 4, Page 17.

    OPEN "Washington State Extends Invitation For 1983 Meeting," November 1981, Vol.7 No. 4, Page 20.

    OPEN "Canadians Plan Study Of Mackenzie's Trail," November 1981, Vol.7 No. 4, Page 28.

    OPEN "U.S. Engineer's Dredge Meriwether Lewis Now Nebraska River Museum," November 1981, Vol.7 No. 4, Page 11.

    OPEN "New 'Appreciation Award' Certificates Presented During 1981 Annual Banquet," November 1981, Vol.7 No. 4, Page 20.

    OPEN "Foundation Members Follow Expedition's Trail During 1981'Traveling'13th Annual Meeting," November 1981, Vol.7 No. 4, Page 1.

    OPEN "Anecdote - From The Journals and Literature About The Expedition," November 1981, Vol.7 No. 4, Page 28.

    OPEN "Saindon's Map Prepared To Interpret Annual Meeting Tour Available," November 1981, Vol.7 No. 4, Page 11.

    OPEN "News Notes," February 1982, Vol.8 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN "Recent Meetings," February 1982, Vol.8 No. 1, Page 12.

    OPEN "Historical Interpretation by Federal Agencies: National Park Service, U. S. Forest Service, and the Bureau of Land Management," February 1982, Vol.8 No. 1, Page 13.

    OPEN "Washington (State) Historical Society Honors Graber," February 1982, Vol.8 No. 1, Page 11.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark in Missouri (Book Review)," February 1982, Vol.8 No. 1, Page 14.

    OPEN "Member's Handbook 1982 Edition," February 1982, Vol.8 No. 1, Page 10.

    OPEN "Updating Lewis & Clark in Recent Periodicals," February 1982, Vol.8 No. 1, Page 14.

    OPEN "Resolution Designates Chuinard WPO Founder," February 1982, Vol.8 No. 1, Page 10.

    OPEN "Cameras Record Dedication of L. & C. Exhibit at Washington Historical Society," February 1982, Vol.8 No. 1, Page 13.

    OPEN "News Note," February 1982, Vol.8 No. 1, Page 10.

    OPEN "WPO Gremlins Again!," February 1982, Vol.8 No. 1, Page 12.

    OPEN "Cutright Receives Honorary Degree," July 1982, Vol.8 No. 3, Page 1.

    OPEN "Biddle Edition On The Fur Trade Frontier," July 1982, Vol.8 No. 3, Page 7.

    OPEN "Untitled (Preparing for Living History at Fort Clatsop)," July 1982, Vol.8 No. 3, Page 15.

    OPEN "Peter J. Parker Annual Banquet Speaker," July 1982, Vol.8 No. 3, Page 1.

    OPEN "Oregon-Washington Ninth Annual Lewis & Clark Symposium," July 1982, Vol.8 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN "In The Next Issue," July 1982, Vol.8 No. 3, Page 15.

    OPEN "Richard G. Rust 1907-1982," July 1982, Vol.8 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN "Updating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," July 1982, Vol.8 No. 3, Page 9.

    OPEN "Anecdote - From The Journals and Literature About The Expedition," July 1982, Vol.8 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN "Anecdote - From The Journals And Literature About the Expedition," July 1982, Vol.8 No. 3, Page 8.

    OPEN "News Notes," July 1982, Vol.8 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN "Editor's Note," July 1982, Vol.8 No. 3, Page 8.

    OPEN "A Lewis and Clark Sculpture in Glass," July 1982, Vol.8 No. 3, Page 8.

    OPEN "Cutout Models of Lewis & Clark Winter Establishments Prove Popular," July 1982, Vol.8 No. 3, Page 16.

    OPEN "14th Annual Meeting Attendees Will Visit Biddle's Andalusia," May 1982, Vol.8 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN "Recent Meetings," May 1982, Vol.8 No. 2, Page 17.

    OPEN "Historic Sites Await Philadelphia Annual Meeting Visitors," May 1982, Vol.8 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN "Illinois Lewis and Clark Memorial near Wood River Ready For Visitors," May 1982, Vol.8 No. 2, Page 13.

    OPEN "The Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia," May 1982, Vol.8 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "Untitled (Mitchell Doumit Retires)," May 1982, Vol.8 No. 2, Page 12.

    OPEN "Editor's Note," May 1982, Vol.8 No. 2, Page 12.

    OPEN "American Philosophical Society - Philadelphia," May 1982, Vol.8 No. 2, Page 1.

    OPEN "Anecdote - From The Journals and Literature About The Expedition," May 1982, Vol.8 No. 2, Page 11.

    OPEN "Updating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," May 1982, Vol.8 No. 2, Page 19.

    OPEN "Untitled (Edna MacGilvra's Death)," May 1982, Vol.8 No. 2, Page 11.

    OPEN "News Note," May 1982, Vol.8 No. 2, Page 18.

    OPEN "Cameras Record Events At 14th Annual Meeting In Philadelphia," November 1982, Vol.8 No. 4, Page 8.

    OPEN "Editor Moulton's 'Status Report'," November 1982, Vol.8 No. 4, Page 20.

    OPEN "'Appreciation Awards'' Presented At Annual Awards Banquet," November 1982, Vol.8 No. 4, Page 7.

    OPEN "Illinois Lewis & Clark Society Buffet-Picnic and Boat Trip Event," November 1982, Vol.8 No. 4, Page 20.

    OPEN "Philadelphia Annual Meeting Meets All Expectations," November 1982, Vol.8 No. 4, Page 1.

    OPEN "Philadelphia Institutions Presented With The Foundation's 'Award of Meritorious Achievement'," November 1982, Vol.8 No. 4, Page 7.

    OPEN "Untitled (Annual Meeting Pictures)," November 1982, Vol.8 No. 4, Page 19.

    OPEN "Our New President Hazel Bain," November 1982, Vol.8 No. 4, Page 1.

    OPEN "Memo From Hal Billian To Meeting Attendees," November 1982, Vol.8 No. 4, Page 7.

    OPEN "Up-dating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," November 1982, Vol.8 No. 4, Page 19.

    OPEN "Attendees (Members & Guests) 14th Annual Meeting," November 1982, Vol.8 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN "Chuinards' Extended Loan Agreement Places Lewis & Clark Collection In College Library," November 1982, Vol.8 No. 4, Page 17.

    OPEN "Up-dating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," November 1982, Vol.8 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN "Membership Renewals Thanks For Your Help," November 1982, Vol.8 No. 4, Page 17.

    OPEN "Kentucky Junior Historical Society Essay Contest Proves To Be A Rewarding Experience," August 1983, Vol.9 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN "Burlington Northern Foundation Provides Funds For Huge Mural," August 1983, Vol.9 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN "Cutright & Brodhead Cited For Biography About Elliott Coues," August 1983, Vol.9 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN "President Bain's Message," August 1983, Vol.9 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN "Special Offer From Fort Clatsop Assoc.," August 1983, Vol.9 No. 3, Page 10.

    OPEN "Great Falls L. & C. Enthusiasts Organize New Foundation Chapter," August 1983, Vol.9 No. 3, Page 1.

    OPEN "Ernest Staples Osgood 1888-1983 (Obituary)," August 1983, Vol.9 No. 3, Page 9.

    OPEN "Untitled (Editor's Note)," March 1983, Vol.9 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN "Publication of Atlas to Coincide With Symposium and Cartographic Exhibit At University of Nebraska - Lincoln," March 1983, Vol.9 No. 1, Page 16.

    OPEN "University of Nebraska Press Announces Volume 1 of the Journals of the Lewis And Clark Expedition," March 1983, Vol.9 No. 1, Page 16.

    OPEN "In The Next Issue May-June 1983," March 1983, Vol.9 No. 1, Page 28.

    OPEN "A Special Cartographic Issue: The Maps of the Lewis & Clark Expedition," March 1983, Vol.9 No. 1, Page 1.

    OPEN "Clark's Sketch Map of the Confluence of the Snake ('Lewis's') and Columbia Rivers," March 1983, Vol.9 No. 1, Page 7.

    OPEN "15th Annual Meeting Near To Expedition's 'Hat Rock' Landmark," March 1983, Vol.9 No. 1, Page 25.

    OPEN "Updating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," March 1983, Vol.9 No. 1, Page 7.

    OPEN "Clark's Sketch Maps Provide For Additional Interpretation of Daily Journals (2)," March 1983, Vol.9 No. 1, Page 24.

    OPEN "Kentucky Junior Historical Society's Ambitious Program Worthy of Study & Emulation," March 1983, Vol.9 No. 1, Page 22.

    OPEN "National Foundation And Washington State Committee To Feel Loss of Dedicated Members," March 1983, Vol.9 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN "What's 'new' about the new edition of the Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition: The Atlas Volume," March 1983, Vol.9 No. 1, Page 17.

    OPEN "Foundation Personalities: Viola ('Vi') and Ray Forrest," May/June 1983, Vol.9 No. 2, Page 18.

    OPEN "15th Annual Meeting Event," May/June 1983, Vol.9 No. 2, Page 8.

    OPEN "Oregon's Lewis & Clark College Receives NEH Grant For 15 Month Program 'Perspectives on our Past' Foundation Members To Participate in Program," May/June 1983, Vol.9 No. 2, Page 17.

    OPEN "Canada's Alexander Mackenzie Trail Study and Development Underway," May/June 1983, Vol.9 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN "Foundation Members Attend and Participate In University of Nebraska Mapping Symposium," May/June 1983, Vol.9 No. 2, Page 17.

    OPEN "A Mystery is Solved About the Gass Artifacts," May/June 1983, Vol.9 No. 2, Page 24.

    OPEN "David Ainsworth, 1905-1983 (Obituary)," May/June 1983, Vol.9 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "News Note," May/June 1983, Vol.9 No. 2, Page 16.

    OPEN "Tentative program: Lewis & Clark Trail Heritage Foundation, Inc. Fifteenth Annual Meeting, Pasco, Washington August 7-10, 1983," May/June 1983, Vol.9 No. 2, Page 23.

    OPEN "Recent Meetings," May/June 1983, Vol.9 No. 2, Page 15.

    OPEN "Director Billian Reports Progress For 'Eastern Entity'," May/June 1983, Vol.9 No. 2, Page 22.

    OPEN "15th Annual Meeting Speakers, Pasco, Washington, August 7-10, 1983," May/June 1983, Vol.9 No. 2, Page 1.

    OPEN "Texts and Illustrations Relate to Colter Biographical Monograph on pages 10-15," May/June 1983, Vol.9 No. 2, Page 15.

    OPEN "Updating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," May/June 1983, Vol.9 No. 2, Page 19.

    OPEN "Kentucky Junior Historical Society Lewis & Clark Essay Contest Winner," May/June 1983, Vol.9 No. 2, Page 9.

    OPEN "Untitled (Towboat Sergeant Floyd)," November 1983, Vol.9 No. 4, Page 19.

    OPEN "Updating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," November 1983, Vol.9 No. 4, Page 19.

    OPEN "Oregon-California Trails Preservation-Interpretation Purpose of New Organization And Subject of New Magazine," November 1983, Vol.9 No. 4, Page 11.

    OPEN "Untitled (Meriwether Lewis River Dredge)," November 1983, Vol.9 No. 4, Page 18.

    OPEN "Recent Meetings," November 1983, Vol.9 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN "Russell Jim Addressed Members at Yakima Nation Cultural Center, Toppenish, WA," November 1983, Vol.9 No. 4, Page 17.

    OPEN "Award for Artist Quigley," November 1983, Vol.9 No. 4, Page 24.

    OPEN "News Notes," November 1983, Vol.9 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN "Appreciation Award Recipients: Michael J. Brodhead - Robert C. Carriker," November 1983, Vol.9 No. 4, Page 17.

    OPEN "Membership Renewals Please Help Us," November 1983, Vol.9 No. 4, Page 23.

    OPEN "Our New President Arlen James Large: His Job Assignments and His Hobbies Have Taken Him to All 50 States and All Seven Continents," November 1983, Vol.9 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "Foundation's Distinguished Service Award Given to Marcus Ware and to the Langes," November 1983, Vol.9 No. 4, Page 16.

    OPEN "Relates to Story on Page One," November 1983, Vol.9 No. 4, Page 23.

    OPEN "Fifteenth Annual Meeting Attendees," November 1983, Vol.9 No. 4, Page 13.

    OPEN "Fort Clatsop Historical Association Sponsors Statue Project at National Park Facility," November 1983, Vol.9 No. 4, Page 1.

    OPEN "Cameras Record People and Activities During 15th Annual Meeting," November 1983, Vol.9 No. 4, Page 12.

    OPEN "News Notes," February 1984, Vol.10 No. 1, Page 11.

    OPEN "Dugout Canoes Under Construction For Great Falls Reenactment," February 1984, Vol.10 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN "Archie M. Graber 1924-1984 (Obituary)," February 1984, Vol.10 No. 1, Page 19.

    OPEN "Map Will Help You Locate 16th Annual Meeting Events In Great Falls and Vicinity," February 1984, Vol.10 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN "Idaho Governor Evans Creates and Appoints L. & C. Committee," February 1984, Vol.10 No. 1, Page 7.

    OPEN "Historic Upper Missouri River in Montana," February 1984, Vol.10 No. 1, Page 19.

    OPEN "Oregon College Program Features Foundation Member-Scholars," February 1984, Vol.10 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN "Anecdote - From A Journal Related To The Expedition," February 1984, Vol.10 No. 1, Page 18.

    OPEN "Artist Chosen for Great Falls International Airport Mural," February 1984, Vol.10 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN "Planning Underway For 1985 St. Louis Annual Meeting," February 1984, Vol.10 No. 1, Page 12.

    OPEN "Updating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," February 1984, Vol.10 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN "Status Report," February 1984, Vol.10 No. 1, Page 11.

    OPEN "Great Falls 1884-1984 Montana Centennial Celebration," February 1984, Vol.10 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN "Relates to article, WPO, Vol. 10, No. 1, p . 7," May 1984, Vol.10 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "The First Chouteaus: River Barons of Early St. Louis (Book Review)," May 1984, Vol.10 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN "Director Ronda Presents Foundation Essay Award To Kentucky JHS Member," May 1984, Vol.10 No. 2, Page 27.

    OPEN "Charter Bus Tour To the Columbia River Estuary," May 1984, Vol.10 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN "Untitled," May 1984, Vol.10 No. 2, Page 27.

    OPEN "A Special Ornithological Issue: Birds Observed and Documented by Members of the Lewis and Clark Expedition," May 1984, Vol.10 No. 2, Page 1.

    OPEN "Oregon-Washington Annual Symposium," May 1984, Vol.10 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN "Catalogue Describes Microfiche Project At Academy of Natural Sciences," May 1984, Vol.10 No. 2, Page 21.

    OPEN "Untitled (Pictoral Essay on February 18, 1984 Leiws and Clark College Program)," May 1984, Vol.10 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN "Recent Meetings," May 1984, Vol.10 No. 2, Page 16.

    OPEN "Banquet Speaker," May 1984, Vol.10 No. 2, Page 16.

    OPEN "Anecdote - From The Journals & Literature About The Expedition," May 1984, Vol.10 No. 2, Page 35.

    OPEN "Color Comes to We Proceeded On: About This Special Ornithological Issue," May 1984, Vol.10 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "John A. Caylor 1920 - 1984 (Obituary)," May 1984, Vol.10 No. 2, Page 8.

    OPEN "St. Louis Westerners Addressed by Director Gary Moulton," May 1984, Vol.10 No. 2, Page 27.

    OPEN "Montana Lewis & Clark Trail Advisory Council Holds First Meeting in Helena," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 20.

    OPEN "Updating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 23.

    OPEN "Untitled (Don North Receives Award)," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 7.

    OPEN "Foundation Funded and Supported Essay Contests Worthwhile Educational Activity," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 34.

    OPEN "News Note," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 23.

    OPEN "New Book by Dr. Ronda Nominated for American History Pulitzer Prize," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN "American Science in the Age of Jefferson (Book Review)," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 29.

    OPEN "Cameras Record 16th Annual Meeting Field Trips and Special Events," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 14.

    OPEN "NPS Director and Oregon Governor Sign 'Memorandum of Understanding'," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 22.

    OPEN "Foundation Past President, Treasurer, Clarence H. Decker, 1917-1984 (Obituary)," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN "Fire Arms of the American West, 1803-1865 (Book Review)," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 29.

    OPEN "Sixteenth Annual Meeting Attendees," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 13.

    OPEN "Montana Governor Creates the Montana Lewis & Clark Trail Advisory Council," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 22.

    OPEN "John E. Walker Named Foundation Treasurer," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN "The Lewis and Clark Expedition Coloring Book (Book Review)," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 29.

    OPEN "It's On To St. Louis In August 1985," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 12.

    OPEN "Henry W. Hamilton 1898-1984 (Obituary)," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 21.

    OPEN "Our New President William P. Sherman," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "Untitled (New NPS Lewis and Clark Logo)," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 25.

    OPEN "New Idaho Lewis and Clark Trail Committee Holds Two Day Meeting," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 12.

    OPEN "NPS Holds Meeting With L. & C. Advisory Council," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 20.

    OPEN "Montana Power Co. Provides $70,000 Funding for Construction of Great Falls Overlooks," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 24.

    OPEN "The Giant Mural and Artist Robert Orduno," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 7.

    OPEN "News Notes," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 36.

    OPEN "Meriwether Lewis's Newfoundland Dog 'Seaman:' A Member of the Exploring Party, Monture ('Seamans') Creek, Powell County, Montana," August 1985, Vol.11 No. 3, Page 1.

    OPEN "The Confluence of the Expedition's 'Seamans Creek' and the 'Cokahlahiskit River:' Present-Day Monture Creek and the Blackfoot River, Powell County, Montana," August 1985, Vol.11 No. 3, Page 9.

    OPEN "'Headwaters Chapter' Field Trip Retraces Clark's Return Journey Over Bozeman Pass," August 1985, Vol.11 No. 3, Page 17.

    OPEN "Updating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," August 1985, Vol.11 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN "Recent Meetings," August 1985, Vol.11 No. 3, Page 16.

    OPEN "News Notes," August 1985, Vol.11 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN "News Notes," August 1985, Vol.11 No. 3, Page 13.

    OPEN "Gremlins Thwart WPO Proofreaders," August 1985, Vol.11 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN "Three State Participation Feature Of Washington - Oregon Symposium," August 1985, Vol.11 No. 3, Page 12.

    OPEN "Robert Beale 1906-1984 (Obituary)," February 1985, Vol.11 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN "Three N.W. Committees Plan Joint Meeting In Washington - Idaho," February 1985, Vol.11 No. 1, Page 17.

    OPEN "The 'Surprise' Mailed With The Nov. 84 WPO," February 1985, Vol.11 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN "Recent Meeting," February 1985, Vol.11 No. 1, Page 8.

    OPEN "Headwaters Chapter New Montana Entity," February 1985, Vol.11 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN "Outfitter Offers Lolo Trail Trips," February 1985, Vol.11 No. 1, Page 19.

    OPEN "Anecdote - From the Journals and Literature About the Expedition," February 1985, Vol.11 No. 1, Page 7.

    OPEN "Map Of The Expedition's Portage at the Great Falls of the Missouri Provides Cartographic Details and a Chronicle of the Ordeal and Triumph Over This Barrier to Their Westward Progress," February 1985, Vol.11 No. 1, Page 19.

    OPEN "Dodge City Park, Omaha Designated L&CNHT Site," February 1985, Vol.11 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN "NEH Announces Summer Seminars for Secondary School Teachers - Lewis and Clark Expedition To be Topic of Foundation Director Carriker's Seminar at Gonzaga University Campus," February 1985, Vol.11 No. 1, Page 18.

    OPEN "Charles L. Peterson 1909-1985 (Obituary)," February 1985, Vol.11 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN "Recent Meetings," February 1985, Vol.11 No. 1, Page 18.

    OPEN "Indian Peace Medals Exhibit and Catalog," May 1985, Vol.11 No. 2, Page 8.

    OPEN "Pres. Sherman Presents KJHS L & C Essay Award," May 1985, Vol.11 No. 2, Page 13.

    OPEN "News Notes," May 1985, Vol.11 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN "Recent Meetings," May 1985, Vol.11 No. 2, Page 12.

    OPEN "Annual Banquet Speaker," May 1985, Vol.11 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN "Updating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," May 1985, Vol.11 No. 2, Page 11.

    OPEN "Marian L. Sherman 1911-1985 (Obituary)," May 1985, Vol.11 No. 2, Page 15.

    OPEN "Museum of Westward Expansion: Jefferson National Expansion Memorial - St. Louis," May 1985, Vol.11 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN "Youngstown University Exhibit Related to Director Ronda's New Book," May 1985, Vol.11 No. 2, Page 11.

    OPEN "News Note," May 1985, Vol.11 No. 2, Page 15.

    OPEN "New Book Relates to L. & C. at the Mandans," May 1985, Vol.11 No. 2, Page 10.

    OPEN "Josephine M. Love 1892 - 1985 (Obituary)," May 1985, Vol.11 No. 2, Page 15.

    OPEN "Jacques Cousteau Documentary on Mississippi-Missouri Rivers Provides Views of Lewis and Clark Country," May 1985, Vol.11 No. 2, Page 14.

    OPEN "New Chapters Organize," November 1985, Vol.11 No. 4, Page 25.

    OPEN "Annual Meeting Locales Announced for '87-'90," November 1985, Vol.11 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN "Roy Craft's Skamania County Pioneer Tabloid Is Bonus for Annual Meeting Attendees," November 1985, Vol.11 No. 4, Page 13.

    OPEN "Iowans Building Keelboat Replica," November 1985, Vol.11 No. 4, Page 24.

    OPEN "1986 Meeting To Be In Oregon, Aug. 16-20," November 1985, Vol.11 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN "New 1985-1986 Member's Handbook," November 1985, Vol.11 No. 4, Page 13.

    OPEN "In Search of York: The Slave Who Went to the Pacific with Lewis and Clark," November 1985, Vol.11 No. 4, Page 24.

    OPEN "News Notes," November 1985, Vol.11 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN "Foundation Secretary Edrie Vinson Honored," November 1985, Vol.11 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN "Ray Forrest: 1911-1985 (Obituary)," November 1985, Vol.11 No. 4, Page 13.

    OPEN "Seventeenth Annual Meeting Attendees," November 1985, Vol.11 No. 4, Page 22.

    OPEN "President Wang's Message," November 1985, Vol.11 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN "Montana Power Company Recipient of Foundation Award for Great Falls Riverfront Overlooks," November 1985, Vol.11 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN "Ruth Strong, 1904-1985," November 1985, Vol.11 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN "Foundation Awards Presented at 17th Annual Banquet," November 1985, Vol.11 No. 4, Page 21.

    OPEN "Our New President L. Edwin (Ed) Wang," November 1985, Vol.11 No. 4, Page 1.

    OPEN "Updating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," November 1985, Vol.11 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN "A Tribute to the Late Clarence H. Decker, 1917-1984," November 1985, Vol.11 No. 4, Page 19.

    OPEN "Untitled (Clark's Viewpoint, Dillon, Montana)," November 1985, Vol.11 No. 4, Page 25.

    OPEN "Upper Missouri River BLM Publication," November 1985, Vol.11 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN "Cameras Record People and Events at 17th Annual Meeting," November 1985, Vol.11 No. 4, Page 14.

    OPEN "Washington State Memorial to Archie Graber," August 1986, Vol.12 No. 3, Page 22.

    OPEN "Updating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," August 1986, Vol.12 No. 3, Page 22.

    OPEN "National Park Service Certified Site Update," August 1986, Vol.12 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN "Montana Chapters Join For Picnic/Field Trip," August 1986, Vol.12 No. 3, Page 22.

    OPEN "Recent Meetings," August 1986, Vol.12 No. 3, Page 24.

    OPEN "About the Cover Illustration," August 1986, Vol.12 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN "L. and C. Activity at Long Beach, Washington," August 1986, Vol.12 No. 3, Page 21.

    OPEN "News Notes," August 1986, Vol.12 No. 3, Page 24.

    OPEN "Meriwether Lewis's Letter To President Jefferson About William Clark," August 1986, Vol.12 No. 3, Page 21.

    OPEN "Marshall J. Johnson: 1946-1986 (Obituary)," August 1986, Vol.12 No. 3, Page 24.

    OPEN "Fifth Year for Cut Bank, Montana's Lewis & Clark Pageant," August 1986, Vol.12 No. 3, Page 23.

    OPEN "Anecdote - From The Journals and Literature Related to the.Expedition," August 1986, Vol.12 No. 3, Page 13.

    OPEN "News Notes: Great Falls Chapter," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN "Montana Council," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 28.

    OPEN "Thank You," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 21.

    OPEN "'American West' Tour 1986 Summer Activity," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 26.

    OPEN "News Notes: From North Dakota," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN "University of Idaho Announces Summer Field Course on the Lolo Trail," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 19.

    OPEN "Univ. of New Orleans Offers Summer of '86 Course - L. & C. In Montana and Idaho," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 26.

    OPEN "On the cover," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 1.

    OPEN "News Notes: From St. Louis," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN "'The Arrival of Lewis and Clark at the Yellowstone' Painting Unveiled," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 16.

    OPEN "N. Dakota Group Tours Lewis & Clark Sites," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 25.

    OPEN "News Notes: From Illinois," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN "Recent Meetings," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN "Professor Iseminger Teaches L. & C. Expedition Course to 155 University of N. Dakota Students," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 25.

    OPEN "Montana Histor ical Society Honors Sherman with 'Trustee's Award'," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 27.

    OPEN "News Notes: It's a Small World," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN "News Notes: Steamboat Yellow Stone," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN "Montana Power Co. President Writes About Foundation Award," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 23.

    OPEN "Untitled (Council Bluffs Lewis and Clark Memorial)," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 22.

    OPEN "Oregon State Capitol Lewis and Clark Mural," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 26.

    OPEN "NPS Ranger Cited For Interpretive Service," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN "News Notes: Fort Clatsop Visitors," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN "Montana's Statehood 1989 Celebration," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 23.

    OPEN "Window Display is Project of Portage Route Chapter at Great Falls, MT.," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 21.

    OPEN "News Note For Collectors," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 26.

    OPEN "News Notes: Accolade for Betts' York Book," May 1986, Vol.12 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN "At the State of Washington Committee Meeting - Walla Walla," May 1986, Vol.12 No. 2, Page 18.

    OPEN "News Notes: Montana Committee Meets," May 1986, Vol.12 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN "Recent Meetings," May 1986, Vol.12 No. 2, Page 14.

    OPEN "News Notes: River Tour Ownership Change," May 1986, Vol.12 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN "Updating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," May 1986, Vol.12 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN "Idaho Members Make Field Trip To Expedition's Glade Creek Camp Site," May 1986, Vol.12 No. 2, Page 23.

    OPEN "L. & C. Rendezvous St. Charles, MO," May 1986, Vol.12 No. 2, Page 22.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark On The Lower Columbia (Cover)," May 1986, Vol.12 No. 2, Page 1.

    OPEN "National Park Service Provides Certification For L. & C. NHT Sites," May 1986, Vol.12 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN "Retired Chief of Interpretive Services Still Interpreting!," May 1986, Vol.12 No. 2, Page 21.

    OPEN "News Notes: Willard Descendants' Reunion," May 1986, Vol.12 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN "Foundation Awards and Oregon Medical Association Award," November 1986, Vol.12 No. 4, Page 14.

    OPEN "Annual Meeting Autograph Party," November 1986, Vol.12 No. 4, Page 20.

    OPEN "Soon to Be Abandoned KATY Railroad Being Considered for 200 Mile Park in Missouri," November 1986, Vol.12 No. 4, Page 33.

    OPEN "Eighteenth Annual Meeting Attendees," November 1986, Vol.12 No. 4, Page 12.

    OPEN "Montana Historical Society Plans E.E. 'Boo' MacGilvra Memorial Room," November 1986, Vol.12 No. 4, Page 20.

    OPEN "N. Dakota's Sakakawea," November 1986, Vol.12 No. 4, Page 32.

    OPEN "Cameras Record Events at the Foundation's 18th Annual Meeting," November 1986, Vol.12 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN "New Historical Marker Installed in Portland, Oregon Park," November 1986, Vol.12 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN "News Notes," November 1986, Vol.12 No. 4, Page 36.

    OPEN "News Notes," November 1986, Vol.12 No. 4, Page 18.

    OPEN "News Note," November 1986, Vol.12 No. 4, Page 31.

    OPEN "About the Enclosure," November 1986, Vol.12 No. 4, Page 35.

    OPEN "National Park Service Certified Site Update," November 1986, Vol.12 No. 4, Page 18.

    OPEN "Recent Meetings," November 1986, Vol.12 No. 4, Page 59.

    OPEN "Our New President John E. Foote," November 1986, Vol.12 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "The Buffalo Robe at The Peabody Museum?," November 1986, Vol.12 No. 4, Page 35.

    OPEN "Capt. Wm. Clark - Map Maker: Sculptor Scriver Creates a Companion Bronze to Capt. Lewis and Our Dog Scannon," November 1986, Vol.12 No. 4, Page 1.

    OPEN "We Proceeded On Editor and the Foundation's Membership Secretary Announce Their Forthcoming Retirement," November 1986, Vol.12 No. 4, Page 34.

    OPEN "Travellers Rest Chapter issues first newsletter," August 1987, Vol.13 No. 3, Page 36.

    OPEN "Washington state L&C Trail Run tested," August 1987, Vol.13 No. 3, Page 26.

    OPEN "J. K. Ralston," August 1987, Vol.13 No. 3, Page 40.

    OPEN "Committee hears Salt Works Trail proposal," August 1987, Vol.13 No. 3, Page 29.

    OPEN "Limited edition print ready for sale," August 1987, Vol.13 No. 3, Page 35.

    OPEN "Meriwether Lewis Run 'Outstanding'," August 1987, Vol.13 No. 3, Page 28.

    OPEN "Window display promotes annual meeting," August 1987, Vol.13 No. 3, Page 35.

    OPEN "Allen featured speaker at Humanities Day," August 1987, Vol.13 No. 3, Page 28.

    OPEN "Fort Clatsop begins entrance fee collection," August 1987, Vol.13 No. 3, Page 34.

    OPEN "The Cover Illustration," August 1987, Vol.13 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN "Recently discovered nagatives may show early L&C event at Pompeys Pillar," August 1987, Vol.13 No. 3, Page 37.

    OPEN "Keelboat replica nears completion," August 1987, Vol.13 No. 3, Page 32.

    OPEN "Spring meeting focuses on Weippe Prairie," August 1987, Vol.13 No. 3, Page 36.

    OPEN "KATY Trail funds appropriated," August 1987, Vol.13 No. 3, Page 27.

    OPEN "Correction: Seaman, NOT Scannon!," August 1987, Vol.13 No. 3, Page 31.

    OPEN "Wilderness Theatre glorifies the Journals," August 1987, Vol.13 No. 3, Page 36.

    OPEN "L&C In Recent Periodicals," August 1987, Vol.13 No. 3, Page 27.

    OPEN "Two Chapters unite for special field trips," August 1987, Vol.13 No. 3, Page 30.

    OPEN "St. Louis Mayor Proclaims September 23, 1986, 'Lewis & Clark Homecoming Day'," February 1987, Vol.13 No. 1, Page 21.

    OPEN "Gonzaga University L&C Seminar (News Notes)," February 1987, Vol.13 No. 1, Page 24.

    OPEN "The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, Volume 2, August 20, 1803 - August 24, 1804 (Book Review)," February 1987, Vol.13 No. 1, Page 9.

    OPEN "News from Idaho," February 1987, Vol.13 No. 1, Page 20.

    OPEN "St. Charles L&C Center Receives NEH Grant (News Notes)," February 1987, Vol.13 No. 1, Page 24.

    OPEN "Lemhi Pass Road Improved," February 1987, Vol.13 No. 1, Page 8.

    OPEN "'Frenchy' Chuinard Home After Heart Surgery," February 1987, Vol.13 No. 1, Page 18.

    OPEN "Missouri River Trip (News Notes)," February 1987, Vol.13 No. 1, Page 23.

    OPEN "Why Two Different Lewis and Clark Trail Markers?," February 1987, Vol.13 No. 1, Page 7.

    OPEN "Funds Needed To Print NPS L. & C. Brochure," February 1987, Vol.13 No. 1, Page 18.

    OPEN "Smithsonian to Sponsor L&C Tour (News Notes)," February 1987, Vol.13 No. 1, Page 23.

    OPEN "President Foote's Message," February 1987, Vol.13 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN "Recent Meeting," February 1987, Vol.13 No. 1, Page 11.

    OPEN "NPS to Collect Visitor's Fees (News Notes)," February 1987, Vol.13 No. 1, Page 23.

    OPEN "Clark on the Yellowstone: 19th Annual Meeting Schedule of Events," February 1987, Vol.13 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN "Joslyn Art Museum is given Maximilian/Bodmer Collection Unique Lewis and Clark Maps are among the Collection," February 1987, Vol.13 No. 1, Page 11.

    OPEN "Update: Katy /MKT Railroad Line (News Notes)," February 1987, Vol.13 No. 1, Page 21.

    OPEN "St. Louis Chapter Works to Preserve Segment of Trail (News Notes)," February 1987, Vol.13 No. 1, Page 24.

    OPEN "NPS Director Endorses Western Historic Trails Center Concept," February 1987, Vol.13 No. 1, Page 10.

    OPEN "WPO to be indexed," May 1987, Vol.13 No. 2, Page 27.

    OPEN "Portage Route Chapter pursues possible L&C visitors' center at Great Falls," May 1987, Vol.13 No. 2, Page 30.

    OPEN "The Cover Illustration," May 1987, Vol.13 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN "Lange to guide OHS group over Lewis & Clark Trail," May 1987, Vol.13 No. 2, Page 27.

    OPEN "Niobrara State Park to honor Poncas, L&C," May 1987, Vol.13 No. 2, Page 30.

    OPEN "Rails-to-Trails plan gets support," May 1987, Vol.13 No. 2, Page 32.

    OPEN "Sale of L&C prints to establish endowment fund," May 1987, Vol.13 No. 2, Page 29.

    OPEN "Foundation to benefit from L&C calendar sales," May 1987, Vol.13 No. 2, Page 32.

    OPEN "Clearwater National Forest plans 'Trail Clean-up'," May 1987, Vol.13 No. 2, Page 29.

    OPEN "Turning Points in American History: The Lewis and Clark Expedition (Book Review)," May 1987, Vol.13 No. 2, Page 11.

    OPEN "Paul Cutright celebrates 90th birthday," May 1987, Vol.13 No. 2, Page 28.

    OPEN "L&C in Recent Periodicals: Montana Outdoors," May 1987, Vol.13 No. 2, Page 11.

    OPEN "Chuinard collection given to L&C College," May 1987, Vol.13 No. 2, Page 28.

    OPEN "NPS has new regional directors," May 1987, Vol.13 No. 2, Page 31.

    OPEN "G. Renner to give banquet address," May 1987, Vol.13 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "H. John Montague Foundation's 19th president," November 1987, Vol.13 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "Idaho, Travellers Rest chapters make joint field trip," November 1987, Vol.13 No. 4, Page 25.

    OPEN "L&C in Recent Periodicals," November 1987, Vol.13 No. 4, Page 28.

    OPEN "Back Cover," November 1987, Vol.13 No. 4, Page 32.

    OPEN "Wood River L&C Park gets certification," November 1987, Vol.13 No. 4, Page 24.

    OPEN "Wild and Scenic Missouri River slides available," November 1987, Vol.13 No. 4, Page 28.

    OPEN "The Cover Illustration," November 1987, Vol.13 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN "Youngsters experience L&C expedition at Shaw Arboretum," November 1987, Vol.13 No. 4, Page 24.

    OPEN "Two receive Foundation's top awards," November 1987, Vol.13 No. 4, Page 23.

    OPEN "The Oregon Puppet Theatre's Lewis & Clark Explore the West," November 1987, Vol.13 No. 4, Page 27.

    OPEN "19th Annual Meeting of the Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation: August 2-5, 1987," November 1987, Vol.13 No. 4, Page 16.

    OPEN "Archaeologist continues search for L&C cache site," November 1987, Vol.13 No. 4, Page 26.

    OPEN "'Dancing Longitude' article answers physicist's question," November 1987, Vol.13 No. 4, Page 25.

    OPEN "William Clark Adreon dead at 84," November 1987, Vol.13 No. 4, Page 29.

    OPEN "Searching for Clark's Name," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 26.

    OPEN "Fort Clatsop Summer Program Begins," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 19.

    OPEN "Cyclists Follow L&C Trail Two Weeks Each Year," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 21.

    OPEN "Idaho Archaeologist Investigates Expedition's Canoe Camp," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 25.

    OPEN "Remains of Ancient Sticklodges Still to be Found," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 21.

    OPEN "Federal Judge Give Green Light for KATY Trail Development," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 24.

    OPEN "Jefferson and Nature: An Interpretation (Book Note)," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 27.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark Visitors Center Bill Approved by Subcommittee," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 21.

    OPEN "Portage Route Chapter Sponsors Second Meriwether Lewis Run," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 24.

    OPEN "History Students Prepare Original Source Display for Throckmorton Memorial Lecture," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 20.

    OPEN "News from Idaho Chapter," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 23.

    OPEN "Untitled (About the Cover)," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN "Forest Service and Public Benefit from Volunteer Trail Maintenance," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 20.

    OPEN "L&C Preview Run 'Great Success'," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 23.

    OPEN "The Charbonneau Family," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 26.

    OPEN "Hal Billian, Former Director, Dies," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 19.

    OPEN "Archaeologists Continue Work at Lower Portage Camp," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 22.

    OPEN "Preliminary Program: 20th Annual Meeting, August 7-10, 1988, Bismarck, North Dakota," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN "Corrections," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 19.

    OPEN "'Only One Man Died' in third printing," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 30.

    OPEN "Special holiday programs at Fort Clatsop," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 23.

    OPEN "Montana plans run," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 30.

    OPEN "Sub-committee hears testimony regarding. L&C visitor center," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 23.

    OPEN "Westward Ho: Lewis, Clark and Seaman,' by Sandy Ganz (L&C in Recent Periodicals)," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 26.

    OPEN "The Cover Illustration," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark Room: Alton Museum of History and Art," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 30.

    OPEN "The Journals of Lewis and Clark, a review by Stephen E. Ambrose. (L&C in Recent Periodicals)," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 26.

    OPEN "South Dakota considers L&C Trail run," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 30.

    OPEN "Missouri trail groups issue newsletter," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 22.

    OPEN "Back Cover," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 32.

    OPEN "Fifteen Years Ago: Fifth Annual Foundation Meeting, St. Louis, Missouri, August 1973," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 29.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark Explore the Northwest Again," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 21.

    OPEN "A Report from the Headwaters Chapter," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 24.

    OPEN "Preserving the legacy of Lewis and Clark: A workshop on utilizing public/private partnerships to establish the National Historic Trail," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 28.

    OPEN "Foreign subscription rates increased," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 20.

    OPEN "Fritz accepts WPO book review editor appointment," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 30.

    OPEN "Washington seeks volunteers, runners for L&C ''Preview Run''," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 24.

    OPEN "Preserving the Legacy of Lewis and Clark: A workshop on utilizing public-private partnerships to establish the National Historic Trail," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 25.

    OPEN "Portage Route Chapter Keeps Busy Schedule," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 19.

    OPEN "Smithsonian to Offer Second L&C Trail Tour," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 28.

    OPEN "L&C Historical Signboards Book to be Updated," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 22.

    OPEN "OHS Plans Historic Murals With Expedition Members," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 25.

    OPEN "Tributes to Donald Jackson Delayed," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 18.

    OPEN "KC Publications Issues 1989 L&C Calendar," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 27.

    OPEN "Official Name, Honor to be Given to River at Giant Sprints," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 22.

    OPEN "North Dakotans Suggest Sacagawea Statue for Capitol," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 23.

    OPEN "Plan to attend 20th Annual Meeting: August 7-10, 1988, Bismarck, North Dakota," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "Weekend Interpretive Programs at Fort Clatsop," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 27.

    OPEN "Second 'Take Pride in America Program' Sponsored by Clearwater National Forest," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 21.

    OPEN "Editor Lange recovering," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 23.

    OPEN "BBC Plans North American Natural History Films," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 27.

    OPEN "Great Falls Park Gets NPS Certification," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 23.

    OPEN "Untitled (About the cover)," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "L&C in Recent Periodicals," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 27.

    OPEN "North Dakota to Erect, Certify 30 L&C Signs," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 20.

    OPEN "Wilderness Theater to Present Second L&C Pageant," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 23.

    OPEN "Illinois State Senator Pushes L&C Visitors Center Bill," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 26.

    OPEN "L&C Trail protectionists at fall meeting," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 19.

    OPEN "Sixth grader gets mountain named for Sacagawea's friend," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 28.

    OPEN "Illinois Group to Make 15-Day Tour of L&C Trail," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 22.

    OPEN "20th Annual Foundation Meeting," November 1988, Vol.14 No. 4, Page 18.

    OPEN "St. Charles L&C Center Expands, Educates 8000 Youth Annually," November 1988, Vol.14 No. 4, Page 29.

    OPEN "Back Cover," November 1988, Vol.14 No. 4, Page 32.

    OPEN "Arthur Shipley Dies," November 1988, Vol.14 No. 4, Page 17.

    OPEN "Portage Route Chapter Continues Active Schedule," November 1988, Vol.14 No. 4, Page 29.

    OPEN "On the cover," November 1988, Vol.14 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "Russell Museum to Serve as Depository for Foundation Archives," November 1988, Vol.14 No. 4, Page 29.

    OPEN "Our New President," November 1988, Vol.14 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "Oregon L&C Pageant Called 'Big Success': Profits to Aid Future L&C Interpretation," November 1988, Vol.14 No. 4, Page 28.

    OPEN "Washington Committee Hears Plans for L&C Museum," November 1988, Vol.14 No. 4, Page 23.

    OPEN "Washington Adds Weekend Specials to L&C trail Run: Pepsi Cola Becomes a Trail Run Sponsor," November 1988, Vol.14 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN "Moulton, Walker Receive Foundation's Top Awards," November 1988, Vol.14 No. 4, Page 22.

    OPEN "Foundation Signs Marketing Agreement," November 1988, Vol.14 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN "Audubon Group Heads About Lewis and Clark," August 1989, Vol.15 No. 3, Page 27.

    OPEN "Manuscripts and Photos Welcome," August 1989, Vol.15 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN "'The Explorers at the Portage' Map/Brochure Allows Self-Guided Tour," August 1989, Vol.15 No. 3, Page 27.

    OPEN "Ground Broken for L & C Visitor Center," August 1989, Vol.15 No. 3, Page 26.

    OPEN "'Lewis and Clark at the Portage' Unveiled," August 1989, Vol.15 No. 3, Page 23.

    OPEN "Bob Lange Receives Special Honor from OHS," August 1989, Vol.15 No. 3, Page 25.

    OPEN "Girl Scouts Taste Life on the Lewis and Clark Trail," August 1989, Vol.15 No. 3, Page 14.

    OPEN "Can You Top This?," August 1989, Vol.15 No. 3, Page 25.

    OPEN "Missoula Chapter Meets to Reorganize," August 1989, Vol.15 No. 3, Page 22.

    OPEN "Portage Route Chapter Holds 3rd Annual L&C Run," August 1989, Vol.15 No. 3, Page 25.

    OPEN "L & C in Recent Periodicals," August 1989, Vol.15 No. 3, Page 22.

    OPEN "Back Cover," August 1989, Vol.15 No. 3, Page 28.

    OPEN "Discovery Corps Votes to Affiliate with Foundation," August 1989, Vol.15 No. 3, Page 24.

    OPEN "About the Cover," August 1989, Vol.15 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN "Santillane Chapter Formed," February 1989, Vol.15 No. 1, Page 30.

    OPEN "Portage Creek Archaeological Dig Invites Participants," February 1989, Vol.15 No. 1, Page 30.

    OPEN "Montana Travel Agency to Offer Three-Day L&C Tour," February 1989, Vol.15 No. 1, Page 11.

    OPEN "Lewis & Clark Portraits," February 1989, Vol.15 No. 1, Page 29.

    OPEN "Back Cover," February 1989, Vol.15 No. 1, Page 32.

    OPEN "Progress Continues on Camp Dubois Project," February 1989, Vol.15 No. 1, Page 11.

    OPEN "Portage Route Chapter Update: President Reagan Authorizes Visitors Center," February 1989, Vol.15 No. 1, Page 29.

    OPEN "Memorials," February 1989, Vol.15 No. 1, Page 31.

    OPEN "Discovery Corps: Interesting, Active L&C Group," February 1989, Vol.15 No. 1, Page 28.

    OPEN "The Cover Photo," February 1989, Vol.15 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN "Clark Clark Monument Dedicated at University of Portland: Monument Receives NHT Certification," February 1989, Vol.15 No. 1, Page 28.

    OPEN "A Tribute to William Clark," February 1989, Vol.15 No. 1, Page 31.

    OPEN "Following the Lewis and Clark Trail (Review)," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 29.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark Run Across Montana, June 9-18," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 25.

    OPEN "Back Cover," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 32.

    OPEN "NHS Receives Grant for L&C Signs," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 27.

    OPEN "The Cover Photo," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "Dreams and Discoveries: Exploring the American West (Review)," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 29.

    OPEN "L&C Expedition to be Heart of Study," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 24.

    OPEN "Portage Route Chapter Update," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 27.

    OPEN "L&C Video Price Revised," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 29.

    OPEN "Historical Pageant Seeks Funds," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 24.

    OPEN "Robert Betts is Dead at 66: Foundation Loses Friend, Benefactor, and Scholar (Obituary)," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 27.

    OPEN "Group Meets to Plan Great Falls Lewis and Clark Center," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 23.

    OPEN "August White Cliffs River Trip Possible," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 29.

    OPEN "Drawing Credits Indians' Contribution to L&C Expedition," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 22.

    OPEN "St. Louis Chapter to Host 'History Booth'," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 26.

    OPEN "Proposed Development of Lewis & Clark Historic Site: For the Lewis and Clark Society, Inc. Wood River, Illinois 62095," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 20.

    OPEN "Discovery Corps Continues Active L&C Schedule," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 29.

    OPEN "Foundation Purchases Desk-top Publishing Equipment," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 22.

    OPEN "Archive to Receive Gus Budde Papers," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 26.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark Peace Medal in Danger of Being Interred," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 28.

    OPEN "Fund Raiser Held for L&C Visitor Center," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 21.

    OPEN "Passage to the Pacific: Discover the Excitement of the Northwest Along Lewis and Clark's Fabled Path (Review)," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 30.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark Musical," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 26.

    OPEN "Schedule Set For L&C Archaeological Dig," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 28.

    OPEN "Program: L & C at the Headwaters, 21st Annual Meeting," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "Sacajawea Interpretive Center Seeks Answers," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 25.

    OPEN "Portage Route Chapter Update," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 27.

    OPEN "21st Annual Meeting: Bozeman, Montana, August 3-6, 1989," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 16.

    OPEN "Langes Receive Fndn. Service Award," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 24.

    OPEN "Illinois Governer Signs L&C Center Bill," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 27.

    OPEN "Travelers Rest Chapter Reorganizes," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 14.

    OPEN "Fort Clatsop Announces Visitor Center Expansion Project," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 22.

    OPEN "Twenty-First Annual Meeting Packets Available," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 26.

    OPEN "Headwater Chapter Marks L&C Campsite," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 11.

    OPEN "The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Volume 5 (Book Review)," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN "Fight Site Tree Planted in Helena," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 21.

    OPEN "Foundation's L&C Video Now Available," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 26.

    OPEN "Membership Committee Outlines Promotion Plan," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 11.

    OPEN "NPS Receives Fiscal Year '89 Trail Budget," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 29.

    OPEN "Washington Centennial Lewis and Clark Trail Run," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 20.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark Alive and Well in Brooklyn," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 26.

    OPEN "The Cover Photo," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "The Lewis and Clark Run Across Montana," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 28.

    OPEN "The Lewis and Clark Highway Marker," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 19.

    OPEN "Chapter Sponsors Blackfoot River Field Trip," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 25.

    OPEN "Our New President," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "Merchandising Committee Seeks Responses," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 27.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark Sites Certified by NPS," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 18.

    OPEN "L&C Archaeological Dig Get High-Tech Help," August 1990, Vol.16 No. 3, Page 27.

    OPEN "NPS Accepts 39-acre Interpretive Site," August 1990, Vol.16 No. 3, Page 23.

    OPEN "Historical Essay Contest Winners Announced," August 1990, Vol.16 No. 3, Page 22.

    OPEN "Bitterroot Field Trip Called 'Great Success'," August 1990, Vol.16 No. 3, Page 26.

    OPEN "Cover Photo," August 1990, Vol.16 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN "Bismarck's New Riverboat Named Lewis and Clark," August 1990, Vol.16 No. 3, Page 25.

    OPEN "Discovery Corps Plans Busy Summer," August 1990, Vol.16 No. 3, Page 25.

    OPEN "Back Cover," August 1990, Vol.16 No. 3, Page 28.

    OPEN "Before Lewis and Clark Available in Paperback," August 1990, Vol.16 No. 3, Page 25.

    OPEN "Progress Continues on Plans for the Purchase of Pompey's Pillar," August 1990, Vol.16 No. 3, Page 27.

    OPEN "The Cover Photo," February 1990, Vol.16 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN "Portage Route Chapter A Possible Cooperating Interpretive Association," February 1990, Vol.16 No. 1, Page 28.

    OPEN "Idaho Chapter to Sponsor Foundation's 22nd Annual Meeting," February 1990, Vol.16 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN "Metro St. Louis Chapter Plans L&C Activities," February 1990, Vol.16 No. 1, Page 28.

    OPEN "Booklet Identifies L&C Route Between Bitterroot Valley And The Columbia River," February 1990, Vol.16 No. 1, Page 29.

    OPEN "Idaho Chapter Busy With Annual Meeting Program Details," February 1990, Vol.16 No. 1, Page 27.

    OPEN "New Book on Clearwater Country available," February 1990, Vol.16 No. 1, Page 30.

    OPEN "Nez Perce Claim to Have Lewis and Clark Artifacts," February 1990, Vol.16 No. 1, Page 19.

    OPEN "St. Charles L&C Center Continues Active Schedule," February 1990, Vol.16 No. 1, Page 27.

    OPEN "Roy Craft, Former Director, Dies at 81," February 1990, Vol.16 No. 1, Page 30.

    OPEN "Centennial Project Develops Special L&C Interest For High School Student," February 1990, Vol.16 No. 1, Page 26.

    OPEN "1980 Virginia Census Has Special Note about Gass," February 1990, Vol.16 No. 1, Page 29.

    OPEN "Re-Interpreting July 25, 1805 ...Where Is the Campsite?," February 1990, Vol.16 No. 1, Page 22.

    OPEN "Muzzleloader Rendezvous To Be Held At Fort Mandan," February 1990, Vol.16 No. 1, Page 29.

    OPEN "L & C Journey Available as Slide Presentation," May 1990, Vol.16 No. 2, Page 25.

    OPEN "Katy Trail Get Green Light and Surprise Funding," May 1990, Vol.16 No. 2, Page 25.

    OPEN "Another Meriwether Lewis Masonic Apron," May 1990, Vol.16 No. 2, Page 25.

    OPEN "Sponsors Sought for Plaques Honoring Expedition Members," May 1990, Vol.16 No. 2, Page 30.

    OPEN "A Look at a Biddle Revision of a Journal Entry," May 1990, Vol.16 No. 2, Page 11.

    OPEN "Ronda Accepts Chair at University of Tulsa," May 1990, Vol.16 No. 2, Page 30.

    OPEN "Cover Photo," May 1990, Vol.16 No. 2, Page 1.

    OPEN "New L & C Video by Ginger Renner: The Lewis and Clark Expedition in Western Art," May 1990, Vol.16 No. 2, Page 27.

    OPEN "John Ford Clymer 1907 - 1989," May 1990, Vol.16 No. 2, Page 27.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation 22nd Annual Meeting-Lewiston, Idaho July 29-August, 1990," November 1990, Vol.16 No. 4, Page 18.

    OPEN "On the Cover," November 1990, Vol.16 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "Increases in Printing and Distribution Costs Causes Price Adjustments for Foundation Publications," November 1990, Vol.16 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN "Record Turnout for the 4th Lewis Run," November 1990, Vol.16 No. 4, Page 29.

    OPEN "Lewis-Clark Center Contract to Seattle Firm," November 1990, Vol.16 No. 4, Page 28.

    OPEN "On the Cover," August 1991, Vol.17 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN "New Lewis & Clark Exhibit at St. Charles, Missouri," August 1991, Vol.17 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN "Bev Hinds Photographs," February 1991, Vol.17 No. 1, Page 31.

    OPEN "Federal Funds Lacking for Many Trails Centers," February 1991, Vol.17 No. 1, Page 27.

    OPEN "A Short Calendar of Events," February 1991, Vol.17 No. 1, Page 30.

    OPEN "On the Cover," February 1991, Vol.17 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN "Support Needed to Help Garner Center Funds," February 1991, Vol.17 No. 1, Page 29.

    OPEN "Legislators Okay Money for Lewis & Clark Center," May 1991, Vol.17 No. 2, Page 25.

    OPEN "Land Acquired for Lewis and Clark Visitor Center," May 1991, Vol.17 No. 2, Page 31.

    OPEN "Early Foundation Leader Dies-Edward Ruisch, 1899-1991 (Obituary)," May 1991, Vol.17 No. 2, Page 30.

    OPEN "Irving Anderson's Class of 1989," May 1991, Vol.17 No. 2, Page 29.

    OPEN "Expedition Sites to Be Improved," May 1991, Vol.17 No. 2, Page 28.

    OPEN "On the Cover," May 1991, Vol.17 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "Three Projects Are Necessary to Enhance Great Falls Economy," May 1991, Vol.17 No. 2, Page 26.

    OPEN "Pompey's Pillar Status Undecided," May 1991, Vol.17 No. 2, Page 31.

    OPEN "Borden Foundation Makes Grant," November 1991, Vol.17 No. 4, Page 31.

    OPEN "Community Activist, Bivens, Dies at 54 (Obituary)," November 1991, Vol.17 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN "On the Cover," November 1991, Vol.17 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "Our New President," November 1991, Vol.17 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "Family Tree Will Help Save Clark Monument," November 1991, Vol.17 No. 4, Page 26.

    OPEN "Walter Oberst (Obituary)," November 1991, Vol.17 No. 4, Page 16.

    OPEN "National Trails Symposium Slates for September in Montana," August 1992, Vol.18 No. 3, Page 31.

    OPEN "Lewis & Clark Rendezvous," August 1992, Vol.18 No. 3, Page 10.

    OPEN "On the Cover," August 1992, Vol.18 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN "The Lewis & Clark-Daniel Boone Connection 1991," January 1992, Vol.18 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN "Carol MacGregor Deserves a Pat on the Back," January 1992, Vol.18 No. 1, Page 30.

    OPEN "Nebraska City Site is Chosen for Lewis and Clark Center," January 1992, Vol.18 No. 1, Page 30.

    OPEN "BLM Purchases Historical Pompeys Pillar," January 1992, Vol.18 No. 1, Page 29.

    OPEN "On the Cover," January 1992, Vol.18 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN "Highlights of the 1991 Annual Meeting, Louisville, Kentucky: August 3-7, 1991," January 1992, Vol.18 No. 1, Page 20.

    OPEN "On the Cover," May 1992, Vol.18 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "Artist Donates Proceeds for Great Falls Interpretive Center," May 1992, Vol.18 No. 2, Page 31.

    OPEN "Planned Giving Committee Progress Noted," May 1992, Vol.18 No. 2, Page 10.

    OPEN "The Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation, Inc.," May Supplement 1992, Vol.0 No. 11, Page 26.

    OPEN "On the Cover," May Supplement 1992, Vol.0 No. 11, Page 0.

    OPEN "Foundation Grants are Available," November 1992, Vol.18 No. 4, Page 31.

    OPEN "On the Cover," November 1992, Vol.18 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "We Need Your Slides," November 1992, Vol.18 No. 4, Page 29.

    OPEN "The William Clark Monument," August 1993, Vol.19 No. 3, Page 14.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark Historical Signboards Book and Supplement in Short Supply," August 1993, Vol.19 No. 3, Page 24.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark Backcountry Byway Cited as a Top Ten Scenic Byway," August 1993, Vol.19 No. 3, Page 27.

    OPEN "''Discovery'' Spans the Missouri River," August 1993, Vol.19 No. 3, Page 26.

    OPEN "Vardis Fisher's Suicide or Murder Book Reprinted," August 1993, Vol.19 No. 3, Page 26.

    OPEN "Children Learning ... Living Lewis & Clark," August 1993, Vol.19 No. 3, Page 15.

    OPEN "Sioux City Ex-Soos," August 1993, Vol.19 No. 3, Page 31.

    OPEN "On the Cover," August 1993, Vol.19 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN "J. Wilmer Rigby Receives Idaho Trails Council Award," August 1993, Vol.19 No. 3, Page 24.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark Video Popular," August 1993, Vol.19 No. 3, Page 27.

    OPEN "Highlights of the 1992 Annual Meeting," February 1993, Vol.19 No. 1, Page 17.

    OPEN "New Lolo Trail Brochure Available," February 1993, Vol.19 No. 1, Page 16.

    OPEN "On the Cover," February 1993, Vol.19 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN "Ft. Mandan Project Needs Support, Paper Says," May 1993, Vol.19 No. 2, Page 22.

    OPEN "Dr. Fred Shelton (Obituary)," May 1993, Vol.19 No. 2, Page 27.

    OPEN "Richard J. Clifton (Obituary)," May 1993, Vol.19 No. 2, Page 27.

    OPEN "Cahokia Mounds Interpretive Center," May 1993, Vol.19 No. 2, Page 21.

    OPEN "On the Cover," May 1993, Vol.19 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "Lewis & Clark Fellow & Memorial Donors," May 1993, Vol.19 No. 2, Page 28.

    OPEN "Clifford Imsland Honored," November 1993, Vol.19 No. 4, Page 14.

    OPEN "Lewis & Clark Fellow Donors Recognized at Awards Dinner," November 1993, Vol.19 No. 4, Page 24.

    OPEN "Ralph S. Space (Obituary)," November 1993, Vol.19 No. 4, Page 24.

    OPEN "A Soggy Celebration at 'The Rock'," November 1993, Vol.19 No. 4, Page 12.

    OPEN "On the Cover," November 1993, Vol.19 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "Community Committed to Finding Funding for Center," November 1993, Vol.19 No. 4, Page 29.

    OPEN "Award-Winning Exhibit at Luna House Museum," November 1993, Vol.19 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "1993 Grants Notice," November 1993, Vol.19 No. 4, Page 15.

    OPEN "Sacagawea Stamp Available," August 1994, Vol.20 No. 3, Page 30.

    OPEN "Idaho Chapter Auctions Quilt at Annual Meeting," August 1994, Vol.20 No. 3, Page 30.

    OPEN "Construction Continuing on LCSC Centennial Mall," August 1994, Vol.20 No. 3, Page 26.

    OPEN "On the cover," August 1994, Vol.20 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN "Discovery Corps Participates in General's Retirement Ceremony," August 1994, Vol.20 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN "Jefferson and the Changing West: from Conquest to Conservation," August 1994, Vol.20 No. 3, Page 25.

    OPEN "Lewis & Clark Monument Rededicated," August 1994, Vol.20 No. 3, Page 23.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark Archaeological Field Program," February 1994, Vol.20 No. 1, Page 29.

    OPEN "On the Cover," February 1994, Vol.20 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN "Sacagawea Inducted into the Hall of Famous Missourians," February 1994, Vol.20 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN "Highlights of the 1993 Annual Meeting: Collinsville, Illinois," February 1994, Vol.20 No. 1, Page 17.

    OPEN "Discovery Corps 1994 Schedule of Events," May 1994, Vol.20 No. 2, Page 19.

    OPEN "Lewis & Clark Adventure on CD-ROM," May 1994, Vol.20 No. 2, Page 19.

    OPEN "On the Cover," May 1994, Vol.20 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "In the Wake of Lewis and Clark October 19-25, 1994," May 1994, Vol.20 No. 2, Page 31.

    OPEN "Speaker May Dispute Chuinard Medical Conclusions," May 1994, Vol.20 No. 2, Page 14.

    OPEN "'The Binghams of Louisville' Author Chandler Dead at 56 (Obituary)," May 1994, Vol.20 No. 2, Page 24.

    OPEN "Explorers' Story Interests Parisians," May 1994, Vol.20 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "MPC Donates $1.1 Million to Center," May 1994, Vol.20 No. 2, Page 29.

    OPEN "Just a Note," May 1994, Vol.20 No. 2, Page 14.

    OPEN "For Your Information," May 1994, Vol.20 No. 2, Page 14.

    OPEN "Dayton Duncan: Challenges, Not Obstacles," May 1994, Vol.20 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN "National TraiJs Day is Workday in Idaho," November 1994, Vol.20 No. 4, Page 22.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark Going High Tech," November 1994, Vol.20 No. 4, Page 13.

    OPEN "Nell Assumes 'The Mapmaker' Bronze Sales Duties," November 1994, Vol.20 No. 4, Page 28.

    OPEN "On the Cover," November 1994, Vol.20 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "Notice of Muster at Ft. Atkinson State Historical Park," November 1994, Vol.20 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "L&CTHF Members Who Contribute Above and Beyond the Call of Duty," August 1995, Vol.21 No. 3, Page 25.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark Rendezvous a Success," August 1995, Vol.21 No. 3, Page 30.

    OPEN "On the cover," August 1995, Vol.21 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN "On the Cover," February 1995, Vol.21 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN "Committees: LCTHF Committees Serve Important Functions," February 1995, Vol.21 No. 1, Page 26.

    OPEN "Idaho Chapter Enjoys Fall Outing on Lolo Trail," February 1995, Vol.21 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN "Omni Site of 27th Annual Meeting in Charlottesville," February 1995, Vol.21 No. 1, Page 11.

    OPEN "1995 Annual Meeting Offers Many Optional Side Trips," February 1995, Vol.21 No. 1, Page 10.

    OPEN "Annual Grants Program Announced," February 1995, Vol.21 No. 1, Page 9.

    OPEN "On the cover," May 1995, Vol.21 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "Robert Edmond Singer (Obituary)," May 1995, Vol.21 No. 2, Page 28.

    OPEN "Marjorie Clark Sutch (Obituary)," May 1995, Vol.21 No. 2, Page 28.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark Diorama Restored and Rededicated," November 1995, Vol.21 No. 4, Page 26.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark Projects Win Preservation Award," November 1995, Vol.21 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN "Camp Fortunate Chapter, Dillon, Montana," November 1995, Vol.21 No. 4, Page 19.

    OPEN "From the Past," November 1995, Vol.21 No. 4, Page 29.

    OPEN "On the Cover," November 1995, Vol.21 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "From the Past," August 1996, Vol.22 No. 3, Page 30.

    OPEN "Donald S. Alderman (Obituary)," August 1996, Vol.22 No. 3, Page 21.

    OPEN "On the Cover," August 1996, Vol.22 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN "Untitled," August 1996, Vol.22 No. 3, Page 31.

    OPEN "Washington State L&C Chapter Being Organized," August 1996, Vol.22 No. 3, Page 30.

    OPEN "Iowa Road Signs to Be Displayed at Annual Meeting," August 1996, Vol.22 No. 3, Page 30.

    OPEN "Kubik Named Foundation Interim Executive Director," August 1996, Vol.22 No. 3, Page 23.

    OPEN "From the Past," February 1996, Vol.22 No. 1, Page 28.

    OPEN "Teachers Invited to Explore Idaho's Lolo Trail," February 1996, Vol.22 No. 1, Page 11.

    OPEN "On the cover," February 1996, Vol.22 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN "Clifford J. Sichta, Sr. (Obituary)," February 1996, Vol.22 No. 1, Page 25.

    OPEN "Fort Clatsop National Memorial Education Program Progressing," February 1996, Vol.22 No. 1, Page 25.

    OPEN "National Park Service Recruits Volunteers for Lewis and Clark Trail Project," February 1996, Vol.22 No. 1, Page 21.

    OPEN "Where It All Began," February 1996, Vol.22 No. 1, Page 16.

    OPEN "News from the Greater Metro-St. Louis Chapter," February 1996, Vol.22 No. 1, Page 29.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark: 1774-1809 and 1770-1838," February 1996, Vol.22 No. 1, Page 15.

    OPEN "Annual Grants Program Now Coordinated with National Park Service," May 1996, Vol.22 No. 2, Page 25.

    OPEN "Floating Montana's Historic Missouri River," May 1996, Vol.22 No. 2, Page 29.

    OPEN "Archaeological Projects May Pinpoint Locations at Fort Clatsop," May 1996, Vol.22 No. 2, Page 16.

    OPEN "From the Past: Lewiston (Idaho) Tribune," May 1996, Vol.22 No. 2, Page 9.

    OPEN "On the cover," May 1996, Vol.22 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "Meet Sid Huggins," November 1996, Vol.22 No. 4, Page 14.

    OPEN "Chapter News," November 1996, Vol.22 No. 4, Page 28.

    OPEN "President Clinton Chooses Lewis and Clark," November 1996, Vol.22 No. 4, Page 27.

    OPEN "School Curriculum Guide Now Available," November 1996, Vol.22 No. 4, Page 31.

    OPEN "On the cover," November 1996, Vol.22 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "Geographic Information System Helps Ft. Clatsop," November 1996, Vol.22 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN "Groundbreaking Ceremony at the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center in Great Falls," November 1996, Vol.22 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN "Historic Marker Certified in South Dakota," November 1996, Vol.22 No. 4, Page 15.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark on the Information Superhighway," November 1996, Vol.22 No. 4, Page 28.

    OPEN "Washington State Begins Planning for Lewis and Clark Bicentennial," August 1997, Vol.23 No. 3, Page 23.

    OPEN "New Interpretive Center off to Great Start in North Dakota," August 1997, Vol.23 No. 3, Page 30.

    OPEN "From the Past," August 1997, Vol.23 No. 3, Page 29.

    OPEN "On the cover," August 1997, Vol.23 No. 3, Page 1.

    OPEN "Skamania Lodge: The Northwest's Newest Destination Resort and Conference Center," February 1997, Vol.23 No. 1, Page 19.

    OPEN "Sioux Land Special: The 1996 Annual Meeting, Sioux City, Iowa," February 1997, Vol.23 No. 1, Page 16.

    OPEN "Remembering the Past: Lewis and Clarkers Keep an Adventure Alive," February 1997, Vol.23 No. 1, Page 23.

    OPEN "On the cover," February 1997, Vol.23 No. 1, Page 1.

    OPEN "Arlen J. Large (Obituary)," February 1997, Vol.23 No. 1, Page 22.

    OPEN "Marcus J. Ware (Obituary)," February 1997, Vol.23 No. 1, Page 22.

    OPEN "On the Cover," May 1997, Vol.23 No. 2, Page 1.

    OPEN "Tsagaglalal: She Who Watches," May 1997, Vol.23 No. 2, Page 16.

    OPEN "From the Past: Relic Found in Snake River Valley," May 1997, Vol.23 No. 2, Page 25.

    OPEN "Floating Montana's Historic Missouri River," May 1997, Vol.23 No. 2, Page 30.

    OPEN "Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center," May 1997, Vol.23 No. 2, Page 15.

    OPEN "New L&C Web Site Opened," May 1997, Vol.23 No. 2, Page 24.

    OPEN "Summer School Along the Trail: Two Weeks as an Expedition Member," May 1997, Vol.23 No. 2, Page 30.

    OPEN "Highlights of Ken Burns's Lewis and Clark Film to Be Shown at Annual Meeting," May 1997, Vol.23 No. 2, Page 14.

    OPEN "Search for Lost Fort Mandan Underway," May 1997, Vol.23 No. 2, Page 20.

    OPEN "Kristie Frieze Named Director of North Dakota Lewis and Clark Foundation," May 1997, Vol.23 No. 2, Page 20.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center to be Dedicated at Washburn, North Dakota," May 1997, Vol.23 No. 2, Page 19.

    OPEN "The Corps of Discovery is Returning to South Dakota After 191 Years," November 1997, Vol.23 No. 4, Page 18.

    OPEN "Weber Named Director of Interpretive Center," November 1997, Vol.23 No. 4, Page 14.

    OPEN "Discovering Lewis and Clark Website Reading for Viewing," November 1997, Vol.23 No. 4, Page 11.

    OPEN "'An Anonymous Piece of Doggerel'," November 1997, Vol.23 No. 4, Page 11.

    OPEN "Jane Rhoads Billian (Obituary)," November 1997, Vol.23 No. 4, Page 23.

    OPEN "'99: North Dakora to Host Gathering," August 1998, Vol.24 No. 3, Page 13.

    OPEN "Home Front Chapter Members Encouraged to Adopt a Book," August 1998, Vol.24 No. 3, Page 12.

    OPEN "Pioneers Honored at Western Historic Trails Center," August 1998, Vol.24 No. 3, Page 26.

    OPEN "Big Numbers for 'Lewis and Clark'," August 1998, Vol.24 No. 3, Page 39.

    OPEN "Discovering Lewis and Clark Earns Kudos," August 1998, Vol.24 No. 3, Page 12.

    OPEN "North Dakota Heritage Center Located in Bismarck," August 1998, Vol.24 No. 3, Page 39.

    OPEN "A Sampling of the Grand Expedition of Lewis and Clark as Seen by C.M. Russell," August 1998, Vol.24 No. 3, Page 17.

    OPEN "On the cover," August 1998, Vol.24 No. 3, Page 1.

    OPEN "North Dakota Benefactor Helps Lewis and Clark Center," February 1998, Vol.24 No. 1, Page 29.

    OPEN "A Great Time In the Forge: Photos by Steve Lee and Dee Coons," February 1998, Vol.24 No. 1, Page 16.

    OPEN "North Dakota Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Foundation," February 1998, Vol.24 No. 1, Page 27.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center Reaches 20,000 Visitors at the End of November," February 1998, Vol.24 No. 1, Page 27.

    OPEN "On the cover," February 1998, Vol.24 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN "Fort Clatsop Expansion Takes Step Forward," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 38.

    OPEN "Montana Lewis and Clark Commission Appointed," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 25.

    OPEN "Elderhostel will Study Expedition," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 32.

    OPEN "From the Paste," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 23.

    OPEN "Washington State Chapter Formed," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 32.

    OPEN "On the cover," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 1.

    OPEN "Forest Service Begins Preparations for the Bicentennial," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 30.

    OPEN "Correction," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 33.

    OPEN "Correction," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 14.

    OPEN "Fritzi G. Chuinard (Obituary)," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 24.

    OPEN "Obituary: Allee Margaret Parker Olsen," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 33.

    OPEN "Northern Region of Forest Service Name Bicentennial Coordinator," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 39.

    OPEN "Meadows Named Foundation Executive Director," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 29.

    OPEN "Catch the White Catfish Living History Event," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 32.

    OPEN "Missouri Lewis and Clark Commission Appointed," November 1998, Vol.24 No. 4, Page 13.

    OPEN "Obiturary: Harry Hubbard," November 1998, Vol.24 No. 4, Page 27.

    OPEN "Your Foundation Officers Are," November 1998, Vol.24 No. 4, Page 36.

    OPEN "Dog Lover Gives Foundation $10,000," November 1998, Vol.24 No. 4, Page 13.

    OPEN "'Some Butifull Springs' Photos by Anna Loge," November 1998, Vol.24 No. 4, Page 20.

    OPEN "From the National Bicentennial Council," November 1998, Vol.24 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "On the cover," November 1998, Vol.24 No. 4, Page 1.

    OPEN "Schedule for 1 999 Meeting Taking Shape," November 1998, Vol.24 No. 4, Page 15.

    OPEN "WPO Feature Articles Editor Seeks Information," November 1998, Vol.24 No. 4, Page 38.

    OPEN "Bismarck is Ready to Serve You," November 1998, Vol.24 No. 4, Page 14.

    OPEN "Foundation Elects Two New Board Members," November 1998, Vol.24 No. 4, Page 31.

    OPEN "The Grand Canyon Chapter on the Trail," November 1998, Vol.24 No. 4, Page 37.

    OPEN "Places to Go, Things to Do!," November 1998, Vol.24 No. 4, Page 14.

    OPEN "Commenorative Stamps to be Issued," November 1998, Vol.24 No. 4, Page 27.

    OPEN "Montana Chorale CD Honors Corps of Discovery," November 1998, Vol.24 No. 4, Page 37.

    OPEN "2000 Annual Meeting to Be in Dillon, Montana," August 1999, Vol.25 No. 3, Page 12.

    OPEN "Chapter News," August 1999, Vol.25 No. 3, Page 37.

    OPEN "The Foundations Needs Your Historical Expertise," August 1999, Vol.25 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN "Sacagawea is still a historical mystery," August 1999, Vol.25 No. 3, Page 33.

    OPEN "On the cover," August 1999, Vol.25 No. 3, Page 1.

    OPEN "Number 2/100 of the Atlas Second Edition Goes to...," August 1999, Vol.25 No. 3, Page 32.

    OPEN "Clark Letter on Display," August 1999, Vol.25 No. 3, Page 39.

    OPEN "First Bicentennial Display Set to Go on Tour," August 1999, Vol.25 No. 3, Page 23.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark Blaze a New Trail-Into the Classroom," February 1999, Vol.25 No. 1, Page 38.

    OPEN "From the Editor's Desk," February 1999, Vol.25 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN "Parents, Give Your Kids a Cultural Experience at the 1999 Annual Meeting in North Dakota," February 1999, Vol.25 No. 1, Page 25.

    OPEN "Hints for the North Dakota_ Visitor," February 1999, Vol.25 No. 1, Page 38.

    OPEN "Chapter News," February 1999, Vol.25 No. 1, Page 36.

    OPEN "On the Cover," February 1999, Vol.25 No. 1, Page 1.

    OPEN "1998 Annual Meeting: The Week of Discovery," February 1999, Vol.25 No. 1, Page 20.

    OPEN "A Long Journey Home," February 1999, Vol.25 No. 1, Page 11.

    OPEN "Ambrose and Weber Win Awards," February 1999, Vol.25 No. 1, Page 39.

    OPEN "Awards Presented at Annual Meeting," February 1999, Vol.25 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN "Greetings from the Membership Office! Please Help Us Find You...," February 1999, Vol.25 No. 1, Page 39.

    OPEN "Oops!," February 1999, Vol.25 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN "News Update," February 1999, Vol.25 No. 1, Page 32.

    OPEN "Foundations Awards Nominations Due," February 1999, Vol.25 No. 1, Page 38.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Exhibit at Library," February 1999, Vol.25 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN "Obituaries: Gertrude Helen Painter 'Judy' Martin," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 38.

    OPEN "Lewis & Clark at Fort Mandan Video Production Released by North Dakota Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 31.

    OPEN "Obituaries: Bob Scriver," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 38.

    OPEN "Obituary: Jim Procopek," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN "1999 Annual Meeting is Shaping up," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 26.

    OPEN "Opuntia, Sagitarria Latifolia and Other Latin Names," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 35.

    OPEN "Notice to tour guides, outfitters and film producers from U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN "What are the Facts?," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 21.

    OPEN "Chapter News," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 34.

    OPEN "On the cover," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 1.

    OPEN "Corps of Discovery II: 200 Year to the Future," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 19.

    OPEN "Author Dayton Duncan to Appear at Lewis and Clark Days, 1999," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 11.

    OPEN "News Update," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 30.

    OPEN "Join the Lewis and Clark Bus to Bismarck," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN "Millennium Trails Designated," November 1999, Vol.25 No. 4, Page 39.

    OPEN "Funds sought to restore Meriwether Lewis Portrait," November 1999, Vol.25 No. 4, Page 11.

    OPEN "Foundation President Takes New Park Service Job," November 1999, Vol.25 No. 4, Page 38.

    OPEN "Meet Your New Editor," November 1999, Vol.25 No. 4, Page 38.

    OPEN "From the Editor's Desk," November 1999, Vol.25 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "Lee Gives Grant to Lewis and Clark Project," November 1999, Vol.25 No. 4, Page 37.

    OPEN "On the cover," November 1999, Vol.25 No. 4, Page 1.

    OPEN "32nd Annual Meeting: See the 'Cradle of Montana History' As An Optional Trip," November 1999, Vol.25 No. 4, Page 22.

    OPEN "Intrepid Walkers Hike Trail," November 1999, Vol.25 No. 4, Page 36.

    OPEN "Back Cover," November 1999, Vol.25 No. 4, Page 40.

    OPEN "Addicted to Lewis and Clark," November 1999, Vol.25 No. 4, Page 19.

    OPEN "Chapter News," November 1999, Vol.25 No. 4, Page 34.

    OPEN "Idaho okays L&C license plate," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 39.

    OPEN "Skinner joins Foundation staff as librarian," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 7.

    OPEN "Fort Mandan restoration," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 38.

    OPEN "George Tweney, Maliyah Poog," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 38.

    OPEN "Meet me in Pierre," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN "On the Cover," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 0.

    OPEN "Web Updates," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 38.

    OPEN "Yankton Gathering," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 38.

    OPEN "In Passing," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 39.

    OPEN "Genealogy Certificate," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 38.

    OPEN "Keelboat on the Ohio," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 39.

    OPEN "Journal Selections on Elk," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 28.

    OPEN "Hubbard Award," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 38.

    OPEN "Stolen Medals," February 2000, Vol.26 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN "'Wishing You and Your Family Great Suckess' Clark's letter to Charbonneau," February 2000, Vol.26 No. 1, Page 21.

    OPEN "Lillian Ruth Coulter Frick," February 2000, Vol.26 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN "Blair Chicoine," February 2000, Vol.26 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN "Chapter News," February 2000, Vol.26 No. 1, Page 32.

    OPEN "Virtual Fort Clatsop," February 2000, Vol.26 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN "Front Cover," February 2000, Vol.26 No. 1, Page 0.

    OPEN "Camp Dubois Land," February 2000, Vol.26 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN "Fiction reviews," May 2000, Vol.26 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN "Chapter News," May 2000, Vol.26 No. 2, Page 30.

    OPEN "Chapter News," May 2000, Vol.26 No. 2, Page 30.

    OPEN "Dillon meeting update," May 2000, Vol.26 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN "Chapter News," May 2000, Vol.26 No. 2, Page 30.

    OPEN "Karns and Olson join Foundation staff," May 2000, Vol.26 No. 2, Page 34.

    OPEN "Missouri River islands renamed for York," May 2000, Vol.26 No. 2, Page 30.

    OPEN "Briefings," May 2000, Vol.26 No. 2, Page 31.

    OPEN "ODE TO GARY MOULTON," November 2000, Vol.26 No. 4, Page 15.

    OPEN "Web Updates," November 2000, Vol.26 No. 4, Page 37.

    OPEN "L&C cookbook and a photo journal," November 2000, Vol.26 No. 4, Page 8.

    OPEN "MANDAN ENCAMPMENT," November 2000, Vol.26 No. 4, Page 37.

    OPEN "FRONTIERS IN HISTORY," November 2000, Vol.26 No. 4, Page 36.

    OPEN "For the record (Errata)," November 2000, Vol.26 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN "Pierre gathering: 'Encounters on the Prairie'," November 2000, Vol.26 No. 4, Page 36.

    OPEN "Camas gatherers; new chapters," November 2000, Vol.26 No. 4, Page 35.

    OPEN "Dillon, Montana: August 13-16, 2000," November 2000, Vol.26 No. 4, Page 38.

    OPEN "Camp Clark," November 2000, Vol.26 No. 4, Page 37.

    OPEN "On the cover," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 0.

    OPEN "School Grant," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 32.

    OPEN "L&C Encyclopedia," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 32.

    OPEN "Foundation seeks new librarian," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 34.

    OPEN "Trail Markers," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 32.

    OPEN "Chapter News," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 33.

    OPEN "Medical Conference," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 32.

    OPEN "On the Web," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 33.

    OPEN "Kareem honors York at 'Cowboy Oscars'," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 32.

    OPEN "Passage," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 33.

    OPEN "For the Record," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 33.

    OPEN "Call for awards nominations," February 2001, Vol.27 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN "In Brief: Montana Birds, Council Bluffs, William Clark and Mother Lucy," February 2001, Vol.27 No. 1, Page 37.

    OPEN "Karns, Clark promoted; Bogden-Young joins staff; the once and future Seaman," February 2001, Vol.27 No. 1, Page 31.

    OPEN "On the cover," February 2001, Vol.27 No. 1, Page 0.

    OPEN "Biking in the wake of the Corps of Discovery," February 2001, Vol.27 No. 1, Page 35.

    OPEN "A cookbook to savor (Book Review)," February 2001, Vol.27 No. 1, Page 34.

    OPEN "L&C Cartoon Strip," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 36.

    OPEN "Chapter News," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 37.

    OPEN "Chinooks gain tribal status," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 36.

    OPEN "Pierre Meeting," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 37.

    OPEN "In Brief: photo journey," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 35.

    OPEN "On the cover," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 0.

    OPEN "Jefferson Valley Theater," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 36.

    OPEN "Jackson Collection," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 36.

    OPEN "White House ceremony honors Clark, Sacagawea, and York," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 40.

    OPEN "Explorers at Sea," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 36.

    OPEN "Call for Papers," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 38.

    OPEN "N.D. campaign tops $2M," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN "Big Apple Captains," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 36.

    OPEN "Seeking Board Candidates," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 38.

    OPEN "Dimming Dollar," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 36.

    OPEN "L&C in Other Publications," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 37.

    OPEN "Foundation Awards," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 36.

    OPEN "L&C and the U.S. Army," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 37.

    OPEN "On the cover," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 0.

    OPEN "New leadership," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 36.

    OPEN "L&C Art Exhibit," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 37.

    OPEN "Bicentennial Council outlines major events," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 40.

    OPEN "Corps of Discovery II," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 37.

    OPEN "Congressional Caucus helps with bicentennial," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 39.

    OPEN "Carns leaving post: board seeking new executive director," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN "Christmas List," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 36.

    OPEN "Pierre: Gathering on the prairie," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 37.

    OPEN "The Captains on Broadway," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 36.

    OPEN "Chapter News," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 38.

    OPEN "Shattuck honored," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 40.

    OPEN "L&C Elderhostel," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 41.

    OPEN "In Brief: new video; tracking L&C; Oregon forests," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 37.

    OPEN "Elk Point Reenactment," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 41.

    OPEN "For the Record," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 42.

    OPEN "Unheard Voices," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 40.

    OPEN "L&C on the web," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 42.

    OPEN "On the cover," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 0.

    OPEN "Street Named for York," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 40.

    OPEN "L&C in other publications," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 41.

    OPEN "Bratton Recognized," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 40.

    OPEN "Curriculum Guide," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 41.

    OPEN "Hubbard Award to Muhly," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 40.

    OPEN "Falls of the Ohio Guide," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 41.

    OPEN "Alexander Wilson's report on Lewis's death," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 24.

    OPEN "Bronson joins Foundation," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 36.

    OPEN "L&C in Other Publications," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 38.

    OPEN "Fort Mandan Visitor Center," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 38.

    OPEN "The Enduringly Mysterious Death of Meriwether Lewis," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 9.

    OPEN "Restoration of Spirit Mound," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 38.

    OPEN "Canoe Camp Expansion," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 8.

    OPEN "Glen Bishop, builder of L&C replica keelboat and pirogues (Passages)," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 42.

    OPEN "Monticello Trail Site," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 36.

    OPEN "For the Record," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 41.

    OPEN "On the cover," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 0.

    OPEN "Lewis Statue," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 36.

    OPEN "Call for Nominations," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 41.

    OPEN "Lewis Monument Rededicated," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 36.

    OPEN "L&C on the Web," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 40.

    OPEN "Clark's Cabin," May 2002, Vol.28 No. 2, Page 40.

    OPEN "Foundation seeks candidates for Board," May 2002, Vol.28 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN "Astoria Art Exhibit," May 2002, Vol.28 No. 2, Page 40.

    OPEN "On the cover," May 2002, Vol.28 No. 2, Page 0.

    OPEN "For the Record," May 2002, Vol.28 No. 2, Page 42.

    OPEN "Crimson Bluffs Chapter saves historic landmark," May 2002, Vol.28 No. 2, Page 40.

    OPEN "L&C on the Web," May 2002, Vol.28 No. 2, Page 42.

    OPEN "L&C in other Publications," May 2002, Vol.28 No. 2, Page 42.

    OPEN "Pierre Kudo," May 2002, Vol.28 No. 2, Page 42.

    OPEN "Monticello Posters," May 2002, Vol.28 No. 2, Page 42.

    OPEN "Foundation Resumes Grants," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 39.

    OPEN "Charlottesville Kickoff," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 40.

    OPEN "'Capt Lewis fired his Air gun': excerpts from the L&C journals," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 20.

    OPEN "White House Ceremonies," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 39.

    OPEN "Bronze Unveiled," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 40.

    OPEN "For the Record," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 47.

    OPEN "Annual Awards," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 38.

    OPEN "On the cover," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 0.

    OPEN "Missoula Conference," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 40.

    OPEN "Campsite Found?," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 46.

    OPEN "New Foundation Leadership," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 38.

    OPEN "St. Louis Symposium," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 40.

    OPEN "Chapter News," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 45.

    OPEN "In Brief: Olin Wheeler; Larry McMurtry; Gass," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 35.

    OPEN "The Philadephia Connection," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 39.

    OPEN "Education Project," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 45.

    OPEN "Sacagawea Stands Tall," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 39.

    OPEN "L&C in Other Publications," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 42.

    OPEN "Louisville, July 2002: Foundation convenes at the Falls of the Ohio," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 48.

    OPEN "Time Capsule Items," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 46.

    OPEN "L&C on the web," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 44.

    OPEN "On the cover," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 0.

    OPEN "For the Record," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 44.

    OPEN "Passages: David Lavender," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 43.

    OPEN "Bird Woman statue," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 48.

    OPEN "Moulton's one-volume 'American epic' is a grand introduction to Lewis & Clark (Book Review)," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 34.

    OPEN "Bound for Glory," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 43.

    OPEN "L&C trains," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 43.

    OPEN "Library of Congress Exhibit Opens," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 46.

    OPEN "New librarian," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 43.

    OPEN "Cold War Memorial," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 38.

    OPEN "Lewis in bronze," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 41.

    OPEN "River Dubois interpretive center," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 38.

    OPEN "On the cover," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 0.

    OPEN "Reenactors awarded grant," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 41.

    OPEN "Scholars: Scholars Stephen Ambrose and Ted Carter," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 37.

    OPEN "Philadelphia Brochure," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 38.

    OPEN "In Brief: Before Lewis and Clark; Biddle reprint; L&C in Illinois country (5 Book Reviews)," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 35.

    OPEN "Clark's Daugher Honored," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 38.

    OPEN "L&C in other publications," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 42.

    OPEN "At last, a paperback Moulton," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 33.

    OPEN "Jefferson in Orbit," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 38.

    OPEN "Congressional Team," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 42.

    OPEN "Mountain Named for Clark," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 38.

    OPEN "Missouri River guides," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 42.

    OPEN "'Trail guy' Jeff Olson moves over to Park Service," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 46.

    OPEN "For the Record," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 50.

    OPEN "L&C in other publications," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 48.

    OPEN "Cathlapotle Project," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 48.

    OPEN "L&C on the web," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 46.

    OPEN "On the cover," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 0.

    OPEN "Extending the Trail," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 46.

    OPEN "Baker moves on," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 8.

    OPEN "Colter Shelter dedicated," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 8.

    OPEN "Call for nominations," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 10.

    OPEN "In Memoriam: former Foundation president Don Nell," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 48.

    OPEN "Call for papers," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 8.

    OPEN "Hinds recognized," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 10.

    OPEN "Muhly, others honored at Philadelphia meeting," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 46.

    OPEN "Laycock heads Foundation," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 8.

    OPEN "Medical exhibit," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 9.

    OPEN "New tribal liaison officer," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 9.

    OPEN "On the cover," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 0.

    OPEN "Bezoars, sniggles, and more: L&C from A to Y (Book Review)," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 44.

    OPEN "2003 annual meeting in Philadelphia," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 8.

    OPEN "Catlin exhibit," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 43.

    OPEN "New staffer for member services," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 43.

    OPEN "New Web site has it all," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 42.

    OPEN "Portland in 2005," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN "On the cover," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 0.

    OPEN "Passages: L&C cartographer and author Martin Plamondon II," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 42.

    OPEN "Corps of Discovery: 'A Most Perfect Harmony'," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 41.

    OPEN "L&C in other publications," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 43.

    OPEN "New Corps II superintendent," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 43.

    OPEN "New director of field services appointed," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 50.

    OPEN "Passages: Gary Miller, L&C artist," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 50.

    OPEN "On the cover," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 0.

    OPEN "Passages: Sid Huggins, former president," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 50.

    OPEN "Passages: Leandra Holland," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 50.

    OPEN "L&C in other publications," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 50.

    OPEN "Fort Clatsop expansion," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 52.

    OPEN "'these extensive planes had been lately birnt': L&C journal excerpts on fire," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 18.

    OPEN "Wisdom of the Elders on the air," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 52.

    OPEN "Iowa's Garden of Discovery," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 54.

    OPEN "'Lost' bearclaw necklace found after 105 years," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 52.

    OPEN "Lewis & Clark in other publications," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 8.

    OPEN "Tracing Mackenzie's routes," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 54.

    OPEN "On the cover," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 0.

    OPEN "In memoriam: Peter Geery, who portrayed Sergeant Ordway," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 52.

    OPEN "New Montana map," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 54.

    OPEN "Fort Mandan sculptures," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 54.

    OPEN "Wolf kills, Corps of Discovery, 1804-06," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 25.

    OPEN "In Brief: Plants of the expedition; nutrition; 'Dummies'; N. Dakota; interpreters; trail guide," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 44.

    OPEN "Big day at Spirit Mound," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 52.

    OPEN "Julich heads LCTHF," November 2004, Vol.30 No. 4, Page 36.

    OPEN "For the Record," November 2004, Vol.30 No. 4, Page 42.

    OPEN "Lewis & Clark College site of 2005 meeting," November 2004, Vol.30 No. 4, Page 42.

    OPEN "2004 annual meeting in Bismarck," November 2004, Vol.30 No. 4, Page 38.

    OPEN "Chapters," November 2004, Vol.30 No. 4, Page 38.

    OPEN "L&C in other publications," November 2004, Vol.30 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN "2004 Awards," November 2004, Vol.30 No. 4, Page 36.

    OPEN "On the cover," November 2004, Vol.30 No. 4, Page 0.

    OPEN "Columbia Signature Event," August 2005, Vol.31 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN "L&C in other journals: Thwaites, Mackenzie, angling," August 2005, Vol.31 No. 3, Page 8.

    OPEN "Gallagher leads fund-raising," August 2005, Vol.31 No. 3, Page 40.

    OPEN "On the cover," August 2005, Vol.31 No. 3, Page 0.

    OPEN "Fritz exhibit on tour," February 2005, Vol.31 No. 1, Page 43.

    OPEN "On the cover," February 2005, Vol.31 No. 1, Page 0.

    OPEN "Foundation grants," February 2005, Vol.31 No. 1, Page 40.

    OPEN "Fort Massac (Letter)," February 2005, Vol.31 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN "L&C in other journals," February 2005, Vol.31 No. 1, Page 39.

    OPEN "Bison kills on the L&C Expedition," February 2005, Vol.31 No. 1, Page 30.

    OPEN "A nameless creek gets it due," May 2005, Vol.31 No. 2, Page 38.

    OPEN "On the cover," May 2005, Vol.31 No. 2, Page 0.

    OPEN "Navy to honor captains," May 2005, Vol.31 No. 2, Page 43.

    OPEN "Sacagawea's 'Vote:' Did the captains intend to include her in their decision?," May 2005, Vol.31 No. 2, Page 44.

    OPEN "Pacific art exhibition," May 2005, Vol.31 No. 2, Page 8.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark in other journals," May 2005, Vol.31 No. 2, Page 38.

    OPEN "Foundation honors four for furthering L&C legacy," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 38.

    OPEN "Missouri D.A.R. wins plaudits," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 8.

    OPEN "On the cover," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 0.

    OPEN "Passages: Lucie Huger," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 36.

    OPEN "Bud Clark honored," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 36.

    OPEN "The Gunshots at Grinder's Stand: Assumptions about their sequence can lead investigators astray," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 40.

    OPEN "Thomsen and other new officers," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 35.

    OPEN "2006 signature events," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 39.

    OPEN "Fire destroys Fort Clatsop replica," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 35.

    OPEN "New Kentucky Web site," August 2006, Vol.32 No. 3, Page 40.

    OPEN "On the cover," August 2006, Vol.32 No. 3, Page 0.

    OPEN "Discovering Lewis & Clark," August 2006, Vol.32 No. 3, Page 8.

    OPEN "Old Baldy preserved; statues offered; For the Record," August 2006, Vol.32 No. 3, Page 39.

    OPEN "Pikanis or Piegans? A confusion of names," February 2006, Vol.32 No. 1, Page 21.

    OPEN "On the cover," February 2006, Vol.32 No. 1, Page 0.

    OPEN "For the Record," February 2006, Vol.32 No. 1, Page 12.

    OPEN "Grant awards," February 2006, Vol.32 No. 1, Page 12.

    OPEN "Lewis & Clark plant specimen found in London," February 2006, Vol.32 No. 1, Page 12.

    OPEN "Gramentine elected," May 2006, Vol.32 No. 2, Page 42.

    OPEN "On the cover," May 2006, Vol.32 No. 2, Page 0.

    OPEN "Sacagawea confab," May 2006, Vol.32 No. 2, Page 42.

    OPEN "Williams bids adieu," May 2006, Vol.32 No. 2, Page 42.

    OPEN "St. Louis annual meeting and signature event close out L&C Bicentennial," November 2006, Vol.32 No. 4, Page 37.

    OPEN "On the cover," November 2006, Vol.32 No. 4, Page 0.

    OPEN "LCSA history published," November 2006, Vol.32 No. 4, Page 35.

    OPEN "Passage: Wilber Werner," November 2006, Vol.32 No. 4, Page 35.

    OPEN "LCTHF's 2006 awards," November 2006, Vol.32 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN "Wendy Raney is WPO's new editor," November 2006, Vol.32 No. 4, Page 36.

    OPEN "Kentucky Web site," November 2006, Vol.32 No. 4, Page 38.

    OPEN "Passages: Darrell Martin," August 2007, Vol.33 No. 3, Page 36.

    OPEN "Missouri establishes Lewis and Clark Water Trail Web site," August 2007, Vol.33 No. 3, Page 34.

    OPEN "On the cover," August 2007, Vol.33 No. 3, Page 0.

    OPEN "Locust Grove arrival commemorated," January 2007, Vol.33 No. 1, Page 35.

    OPEN "LCTHF regional meetings," January 2007, Vol.33 No. 1, Page 35.

    OPEN "Past-president honored," January 2007, Vol.33 No. 1, Page 33.

    OPEN "Foundation recieves $1.6 million for trail stewardship," January 2007, Vol.33 No. 1, Page 33.

    OPEN "On the cover," January 2007, Vol.33 No. 1, Page 0.

    OPEN "On the cover," May 2007, Vol.33 No. 2, Page 0.

    OPEN "Highwood power plant proposal facts (Letter)," May 2007, Vol.33 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN "Jenkins leaves L&C National Historic Park," May 2007, Vol.33 No. 2, Page 35.

    OPEN "Award nominations due May 10," May 2007, Vol.33 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "Annual meeting speakers announced," May 2007, Vol.33 No. 2, Page 35.

    OPEN "Reflections from a past president: The 2007 annual meeting included a special tribute to an 18-year commitment," November 2007, Vol.33 No. 4, Page 32.

    OPEN "On the cover," November 2007, Vol.33 No. 4, Page 0.

    OPEN "Charlottesville area welcomes foundation for 39th annual meeting," November 2007, Vol.33 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN "Clarification," November 2007, Vol.33 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN "Foundation honors outstanding achievements and contributions at 39th meeting," November 2007, Vol.33 No. 4, Page 26.

    OPEN "2009 annual meeting moves to October," August 2008, Vol.34 No. 3, Page 32.

    OPEN "Jane Randol Jackson wins Spirit of America award," August 2008, Vol.34 No. 3, Page 32.

    OPEN "On the cover," August 2008, Vol.34 No. 3, Page 0.

    OPEN "Original Version of the Bicentennial Mission Statement," August 2008, Vol.34 No. 3, Page 28.

    OPEN "Portage landmark threat continues," February 2008, Vol.34 No. 1, Page 36.

    OPEN "Trail extension proceeding," February 2008, Vol.34 No. 1, Page 36.

    OPEN "Foundation grant program offers $13,900 for projects that further our mission," February 2008, Vol.34 No. 1, Page 34.

    OPEN "On the cover," February 2008, Vol.34 No. 1, Page 0.

    OPEN "2008 LCTHF Volunteer Projects," May 2008, Vol.34 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "Passages: Chris Patton and Irene Smith," May 2008, Vol.34 No. 2, Page 30.

    OPEN "Fun, adventure and new scholarship on tap for 2008 annual meeting: Great Falls to host Lewis and Clark enthusiasts," May 2008, Vol.34 No. 2, Page 36.

    OPEN "On the cover," May 2008, Vol.34 No. 2, Page 0.

    OPEN "Trails partnership celebrates 40th anniversary of National Trails System Act," May 2008, Vol.34 No. 2, Page 34.

    OPEN "Foundation introduces youth publication," May 2008, Vol.34 No. 2, Page 31.

    OPEN "Deed signed by Lewis and Clark fails to earn minimum bid in Sotheby's auction," May 2008, Vol.34 No. 2, Page 30.

    OPEN "Native Voices Endowment announces first five awards," November 2008, Vol.34 No. 4, Page 36.

    OPEN "Foundation headquarters, Portage Route Chapter host 40th annual meeting," November 2008, Vol.34 No. 4, Page 34.

    OPEN "On the cover," November 2008, Vol.34 No. 4, Page 0.

    OPEN "Awards at 40th annual meeting recognize and honor members' achievements," November 2008, Vol.34 No. 4, Page 32.

    OPEN "Brooke to serve as president in 2008-2009: three elected to board of directors," November 2008, Vol.34 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN "Beaver caught and killed by the Corps of Discovery," November 2008, Vol.34 No. 4, Page 21.

    OPEN "On the cover," August 2009, Vol.35 No. 3, Page 0.

    OPEN "'He had no person with him who could manage or controul him...'," August 2009, Vol.35 No. 3, Page 14.

    OPEN "Untitled," August 2009, Vol.35 No. 3, Page 39.

    OPEN "Geology information available online," February 2009, Vol.35 No. 1, Page 26.

    OPEN "On the cover," February 2009, Vol.35 No. 1, Page 0.

    OPEN "L&C educator honored," February 2009, Vol.35 No. 1, Page 32.

    OPEN "John Newman court martial revisited," February 2009, Vol.35 No. 1, Page 28.

    OPEN "On the cover," May 2009, Vol.35 No. 2, Page 0.

    OPEN "Adams moves to cultural resources," May 2009, Vol.35 No. 2, Page 32.

    OPEN "Passages: Carol Grende, L&C artist," May 2009, Vol.35 No. 2, Page 35.

    OPEN "Passages: Edwin Wang," May 2009, Vol.35 No. 2, Page 36.

    OPEN "Kenwood Library has Lucy Marks exhibit," May 2009, Vol.35 No. 2, Page 32.

    OPEN "Remembering Bernard DeVoto," May 2009, Vol.35 No. 2, Page 36.

    OPEN "Wang retires from WA state parks," May 2009, Vol.35 No. 2, Page 32.

    OPEN "Passages: Jack Weil," May 2009, Vol.35 No. 2, Page 35.

    OPEN "On the cover," November 2009, Vol.35 No. 4, Page 0.

    OPEN "Thom receives Indiana authors award," November 2009, Vol.35 No. 4, Page 35.

    OPEN "On the cover," August 2010, Vol.36 No. 3, Page 0.

    OPEN "Chuck Cook passed away in April," August 2010, Vol.36 No. 3, Page 38.

    OPEN "Bob Hunt's We Proceeded On bibliography," February 2010, Vol.36 No. 1, Page 36.

    OPEN "Transcription of the preface to Private Joseph Whitehouse's journal," February 2010, Vol.36 No. 1, Page 15.

    OPEN "Transcription of the preface to Alexander Mackenzie's journal," February 2010, Vol.36 No. 1, Page 14.

    OPEN "Buckley and Keith receive distinguished honors," February 2010, Vol.36 No. 1, Page 32.

    OPEN "Jim Mallory elected president of LCTHF: Boswell and Hainesworth join board," February 2010, Vol.36 No. 1, Page 30.

    OPEN "On the cover," February 2010, Vol.36 No. 1, Page 0.

    OPEN "Meriwether Lewis Chapter brings Foundation south for 41st annual meeting," February 2010, Vol.36 No. 1, Page 28.

    OPEN "A Lewis and Clark dispatch from Fort Mandan made its way to Boston in 1805," May 2010, Vol.36 No. 2, Page 38.

    OPEN "On the cover," May 2010, Vol.36 No. 2, Page 0.

    OPEN "On the cover," November 2010, Vol.36 No. 4, Page 0.

    OPEN "On the cover," August 2011, Vol.37 No. 3, Page 0.

    OPEN "Back cover," August 2011, Vol.37 No. 3, Page 25.

    OPEN "N.D. center begins makeover," May 2011, Vol.37 No. 2, Page 31.

    OPEN "Omaha meeting," May 2011, Vol.37 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN "On the cover," May 2011, Vol.37 No. 2, Page 0.

    OPEN "On the cover," November 2011, Vol.37 No. 4, Page 0.

    OPEN "Board of Directors," November 2011, Vol.37 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN "Executive Committee," November 2011, Vol.37 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN "Buckley Serves as the LCTHF 2011-2012 President," November 2011, Vol.37 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN "Great Falls Interpretive Center's One Millionth Visitor," November 2011, Vol.37 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN "A River Runs Through It," February 2012, Vol.38 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN "Foundation Presents 2011 Awards," February 2012, Vol.38 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN "Passages: Rose Oleson," February 2012, Vol.38 No. 1, Page 7.

    OPEN "Proceeding On. And On.," February 2012, Vol.38 No. 1, Page 7.

    OPEN "A 2013 York Stamp?," February 2012, Vol.38 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN "Strummin' the Trail," February 2012, Vol.38 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN "Notes from the Capital," February 2012, Vol.38 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN "The Supreme Court and Navigable Waters," May 2012, Vol.38 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN "Planning and Budgeting Priorities," May 2012, Vol.38 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN "Results of the 2011 LCTHF Member Survey," May 2012, Vol.38 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN "From Buffalo to Expedition Books," May 2012, Vol.38 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN "Corps of Discovery Kites," May 2012, Vol.38 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN "New Executive Director," May 2012, Vol.38 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN "Regional Meeting in Great Falls, Montana - March 16, 2012," May 2012, Vol.38 No. 2, Page 37.

    OPEN "Annual Meeting: Rendezvous with the Clark Clan in Clarksville, Indiana," November 2012, Vol.38 No. 4, Page 34.

    OPEN "Sturdevant New 2012-2013 President: New Board Members," November 2012, Vol.38 No. 4, Page 32.

    OPEN "Tribal Legacy Project," November 2012, Vol.38 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN "From the Library Shelves to the Easel," November 2012, Vol.38 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN "Celebrating George Catlin," November 2012, Vol.38 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN "Atlases, Maps, Star Charts," November 2012, Vol.38 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN "Erosion Fix Sought at Lewis and Clark Site," August 2013, Vol.39 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN "New Lewis and Clark Exhibit Opens," August 2013, Vol.39 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN "Scott Tucker Named Superintendent of Lewis and Clark NHP," August 2013, Vol.39 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN "Remembering Stuart Edward Knapp," August 2013, Vol.39 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN "From the new editorial staff," August 2013, Vol.39 No. 3, Page 32.

    OPEN "On the cover," February 2013, Vol.39 No. 1, Page 0.

    OPEN "This Boot is Made for Reading," February 2013, Vol.39 No. 1, Page 7.

    OPEN "The Discovery Continues: Lewis and Clark, the Computer Game," February 2013, Vol.39 No. 1, Page 7.

    OPEN "In Memoriam: Bob Doerk," February 2013, Vol.39 No. 1, Page 8.

    OPEN "The Expedition in Bronze," February 2013, Vol.39 No. 1, Page 8.

    OPEN "Frank X Walker named Kentucky Poet Laureate," May 2013, Vol.39 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN "Passages: Ruth Lange," May 2013, Vol.39 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN "A New Clymer Masterpiece on Exhibit," May 2013, Vol.39 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN "New Exhibit Opening at Encounter Center, Sioux City, Iowa," November 2013, Vol.39 No. 4, Page 8.

    OPEN "Robert Macfie Scriver: Montana Sculptor," November 2013, Vol.39 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN "Remembering John E. Foote," August 2014, Vol.40 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN "On the cover," August 2014, Vol.40 No. 3, Page 0.

    OPEN "The Tamastslikt Cultural Institute, Pendleton, Oregon," August 2014, Vol.40 No. 3, Page 33.

    OPEN "New Books on Lewis and Clark," February 2014, Vol.40 No. 1, Page 9.

    OPEN "'Ocian in View' Cultural Weekend," February 2014, Vol.40 No. 1, Page 9.

    OPEN "Vandalism to Pompeys Pillar," February 2014, Vol.40 No. 1, Page 7.

    OPEN "Dear Margaret (Letter to the President)," May 2014, Vol.40 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN "Remembering Gail M. Stensland," May 2014, Vol.40 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN "R. Darwin Burroughs (1899-1976): from We Proceeded On 2(4):7 (December 1976).," May 2014, Vol.40 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark National Historical Park: Visiting the End of the Trail at the Mouth of the Columbia," May 2014, Vol.40 No. 2, Page 32.

    OPEN "Annual Meeting in Richland, Washington," November 2014, Vol.40 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN "Jay Buckley at Clark's Grave," November 2014, Vol.40 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN "Idaho Chapter's 2014 Lolo Trail Work Week," November 2014, Vol.40 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN "Along the Trail: Yankton, South Dakota, Lewis and Clark Visitor Center," November 2014, Vol.40 No. 4, Page 33.

    OPEN "Clackamas, Oregon, Cabin Could Predate Lewis and Clark Expedition (L & C Roundup)," August 2015, Vol.41 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN "On the cover," August 2015, Vol.41 No. 3, Page 1.

    OPEN "An Airport's Secret," August 2015, Vol.41 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN "'Across the Wide Missouri' The 47th Annual Lewis & Clark Trail Heritage Foundation Convention," February 2015, Vol.41 No. 1, Page 0.

    OPEN "Along the Trail: Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center, Great Falls, Montana," February 2015, Vol.41 No. 1, Page 33.

    OPEN "On the Cover," February 2015, Vol.41 No. 1, Page 1.

    OPEN "Clark's Crossing Dedication," November 2015, Vol.41 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN "48th Annual Meeting," November 2015, Vol.41 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN "Jack Nisbet, Ancient Places: People and Landscape in the Emerging Northwest (Book Review)," November 2015, Vol.41 No. 4, Page 32.

    OPEN "On the cover," August 2016, Vol.42 No. 3, Page 0.

    OPEN "The Discovery Expedition of St. Charles," August 2016, Vol.42 No. 3, Page 33.

    OPEN "On the back cover," February 2016, Vol.42 No. 1, Page 34.

    OPEN "On the front cover," February 2016, Vol.42 No. 1, Page 0.

    OPEN "Meriwether Lewis at Harper's Ferry: 48th Annual Lewis and Clark Trail heritage Foundation Meeting," February 2016, Vol.42 No. 1, Page 0.

    OPEN "On the back cover," May 2016, Vol.42 No. 2, Page 34.

    OPEN "On the cover," May 2016, Vol.42 No. 2, Page 0.

    OPEN "Correction," May 2016, Vol.42 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN "On the back cover," November 2016, Vol.42 No. 4, Page 34.

    OPEN "On the cover," November 2016, Vol.42 No. 4, Page 0.

    OPEN "Boy Scouts Work Toward Lewis and Clark Badges," November 2016, Vol.42 No. 4, Page 9.

    OPEN "Covers," August 2017, Vol.43 No. 3, Page 0.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark Roundup: American Prairie Reserve," August 2017, Vol.43 No. 3, Page 8.

    OPEN "2017 Annual Meeting: July 23 - 26 2017 Billings, Montana," February 2017, Vol.43 No. 1, Page 7.

    OPEN "Fraught With Difficulties: Lewis and Clark Lead the Corps of Volunteers for Northwestern Discovery Across America and Back. An Epic Story in Two Volumes. (Book review)," February 2017, Vol.43 No. 1, Page 34.

    OPEN "Creative Fiction Reviewed," February 2017, Vol.43 No. 1, Page 34.

    OPEN "Missouri River Basin Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center," February 2017, Vol.43 No. 1, Page 37.

    OPEN "Wintering (Book review)," February 2017, Vol.43 No. 1, Page 36.

    OPEN "A Travelerz Trew Tale: My Journey with Lewis & Clark. Daniel Mueller, September 1837. (Book review)," February 2017, Vol.43 No. 1, Page 36.

    OPEN "On the back cover: Bear Grass and the fifteen-star-and-stripe," February 2017, Vol.43 No. 1, Page 0.

    OPEN "Bound for the Western Sea: The Canine Account of the Lewis & Clark Expedition. (Book review)," February 2017, Vol.43 No. 1, Page 35.

    OPEN "On the cover: 'The Columbia River'," February 2017, Vol.43 No. 1, Page 0.

    OPEN "New Lewis and Clark Bridge Dedicated (Lewis and Clark Roundup)," May 2017, Vol.43 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN "On the Cover," May 2017, Vol.43 No. 2, Page 1.

    OPEN "Remembering Ladd Seaberg," May 2017, Vol.43 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN "A Message from the President," November 2017, Vol.43 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN "On the Cover," November 2017, Vol.43 No. 4, Page 1.

    OPEN "Covers," August 2018, Vol.44 No. 3, Page 1.

    OPEN "This Issue of We Proceed On," August 2018, Vol.44 No. 3, Page 0.

    OPEN "WPO Quiz," August 2018, Vol.44 No. 3, Page 10.

    OPEN "Artist Maya Lin Recognized (Lewis and Clark Roundup)," February 2018, Vol.44 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN "On the covers," February 2018, Vol.44 No. 1, Page 1.

    OPEN "Editor's Preface," February 2018, Vol.44 No. 1, Page 0.

    OPEN "Arrival at the Pacific Ocean: Object Achieved," February 2018, Vol.44 No. 1, Page 0.

    OPEN "Joseph Gravelines," May 2018, Vol.44 No. 2, Page 19.

    OPEN "William Dunlap's Meeting with Too Ne in Washington, DC February 25-28, 1806," May 2018, Vol.44 No. 2, Page 16.

    OPEN "President Jefferson's Letter of Condolence to the Arikara," May 2018, Vol.44 No. 2, Page 31.

    OPEN "Another Important Book by Gary E. Moulton," May 2018, Vol.44 No. 2, Page 40.

    OPEN "Honore Julien," May 2018, Vol.44 No. 2, Page 22.

    OPEN "Dr. Robert (Bob) Gatten Jr., 1944-2018," May 2018, Vol.44 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN "What's in a Name?," May 2018, Vol.44 No. 2, Page 22.

    OPEN "The Too Ne Map," May 2018, Vol.44 No. 2, Page 20.

    OPEN "The Native Maps that Lewis and Clark Commissioned or Observed," May 2018, Vol.44 No. 2, Page 37.

    OPEN "Covers," May 2018, Vol.44 No. 2, Page 1.

    OPEN "A Too Ne Timeline," May 2018, Vol.44 No. 2, Page 19.

    OPEN "A Very Special Issue of WPO," May 2018, Vol.44 No. 2, Page 0.

    OPEN "WPO Quiz: Answers for the August 2018 Quiz," November 2018, Vol.44 No. 4, Page 31.

    OPEN "Covers," November 2018, Vol.44 No. 4, Page 1.

    OPEN "Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation 51st Annual Meeting (Special LCTHF Insert)," August 2019, Vol.45 No. 3, Page 15.

    OPEN "Editor's Note," August 2019, Vol.45 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN "Covers," August 2019, Vol.45 No. 3, Page 0.

    OPEN "Frontmatter," February 2019, Vol.45 No. 1, Page 1.

    OPEN "Return to St. Louis: 51st Annual Meeting," February 2019, Vol.45 No. 1, Page 26.

    OPEN "James Morton (Jim) Peterson, 1925-2018," May 2019, Vol.45 No. 2, Page 43.

    OPEN "Editor's Note," May 2019, Vol.45 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN "Covers," May 2019, Vol.45 No. 2, Page 1.

    OPEN "Return to St. Louis," May 2019, Vol.45 No. 2, Page 25.

    OPEN "Covers," November 2019, Vol.45 No. 4, Page 0.

    OPEN "COVID-19 in the Context of Jefferson and Lewis and Clark," August 2020, Vol.46 No. 3, Page 0.

    OPEN "Covers," August 2020, Vol.46 No. 3, Page 1.

    OPEN "Filling Up the Canvas of North American Exploration," May 2020, Vol.46 No. 2, Page 0.

    OPEN "Covers," May 2020, Vol.46 No. 2, Page 0.

    OPEN "W. Raymond Wood 1931-2020," November 2020, Vol.46 No. 4, Page 49.

    OPEN "Covers," November 2020, Vol.46 No. 4, Page 1.

    OPEN "The Burden of Being Clark," November 2020, Vol.46 No. 4, Page 0.

    OPEN "On the covers," August 2021, Vol.47 No. 3, Page 1.

    OPEN "Camas By Any Other Name Would Smell as Sweet," August 2021, Vol.47 No. 3, Page 0.

    OPEN "Covers," February 2021, Vol.47 No. 1, Page 0.

    OPEN "Thank Goodness for Citizen Genet," February 2021, Vol.47 No. 1, Page 0.

    OPEN "Special LCTHF Insert FY 2019-2020 Annual Report," February 2021, Vol.47 No. 1, Page 39.

    OPEN "Covers," May 2021, Vol.47 No. 2, Page 1.

    OPEN "Covers," November 2021, Vol.47 No. 4, Page 0.

    OPEN "Covers," August 2022, Vol.48 No. 3, Page 1.

    OPEN "Enquiring Minds Want to Know," February 2022, Vol.48 No. 1, Page 0.

    OPEN "Adventures of the Expedition Barge, 1804-1805," February 2022, Vol.48 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN "Covers," February 2022, Vol.48 No. 1, Page 1.

    OPEN "Covers," May 2022, Vol.48 No. 2, Page 1.

    OPEN "Covers," November 2022, Vol.48 No. 4, Page 1.

    Print only: "The Artistry of Shane Balkowitsch," August 2023, Vol.49 No. 3, Page 58.

    Print only: "Covers," August 2023, Vol.49 No. 3, Page 0.

    Print only: "Covers," February 2023, Vol.49 No. 1, Page 1.

    Print only: "Covers," November 2023, Vol.49 No. 4, Page 1.

    Print only: "Editor's Note: Spelling Her Name in We Proceeded On," November 2023, Vol.49 No. 4, Page 51.

    OPEN Judith Edwards, "The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Volume 8, June 10-September 25, 1806 (Book Review)," May 1994, Vol.20 No. 2, Page 20.

    OPEN Judith Edwards, "Lewis and Clark Exploration of Central Montana: Marias River to the Gates of the Mountains (Book Review)," August 1995, Vol.21 No. 3, Page 27.

    OPEN Judith Edwards, "Dear editor (Letter)," August 2015, Vol.41 No. 3, Page 8.

    OPEN Victor T. Eklund, "Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Advisory Council Meeting: Billings, Montana, September 11, 1982," November 1982, Vol.8 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN Daivid Ellington, "An alternative Fort Clatsop (Letter)," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Lawrence R. Eno and Merle Wells, "Letters to the Editor," November 1992, Vol.18 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Larry Epstein, "Video trippin' with the Corps of Discovery," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 34.

    OPEN Larry Epstein, "Spreading the word in Two Med country," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Larry Epstein, "A hearty thanks to all - especially Callie (President's Message)," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN Larry Epstein, "New endowment program; educating the public (President's Message)," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN Larry Epstein, "Old words, new challenge (President's Message)," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN Larry Epstein, "A thoughtful video rendering of Sacagawea," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 47.

    OPEN Larry Epstein, "Encounters at the Heart of the World: A History of the Mandan People," May 2016, Vol.42 No. 2, Page 30.

    OPEN Doug Erickson, "In the tradition of Franklin and Jefferson," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 7.

    OPEN Doug Erickson, Jeremy Skinner, and Paul Merchant, "Mathew Carey: First Chronicler of Lewis and Clark," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 28.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," November 1990, Vol.16 No. 4, Page 27.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," November 1990, Vol.16 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," August 1991, Vol.17 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," February 1991, Vol.17 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk #2," February 1991, Vol.17 No. 1, Page 27.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "Central Montana Mystery: Where is the Lewis and Clark Lower Portage Camp?," May 1991, Vol.17 No. 2, Page 19.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," May 1991, Vol.17 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," November 1991, Vol.17 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "The Brothers Clark," November 1991, Vol.17 No. 4, Page 24.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "Cody Houston Interprets Lewis and Clark in Bronze: Interpretive Center Fundraiser," August 1992, Vol.18 No. 3, Page 18.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," August 1992, Vol.18 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," January 1992, Vol.18 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," May 1992, Vol.18 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," November 1992, Vol.18 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," August 1993, Vol.19 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," February 1993, Vol.19 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "Editorial Policies," February 1993, Vol.19 No. 1, Page 30.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," May 1993, Vol.19 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "Lewis and Clark in Missouri (Book Review)," August 1994, Vol.20 No. 3, Page 28.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," August 1994, Vol.20 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," May 1994, Vol.20 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," November 1994, Vol.20 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," August 1995, Vol.21 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "News Update," August 1995, Vol.21 No. 3, Page 26.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," February 1995, Vol.21 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," May 1995, Vol.21 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "News Update," May 1995, Vol.21 No. 2, Page 29.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," November 1995, Vol.21 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "News Update," November 1995, Vol.21 No. 4, Page 28.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," August 1996, Vol.22 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "News Update," August 1996, Vol.22 No. 3, Page 24.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "News Update," February 1996, Vol.22 No. 1, Page 26.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," February 1996, Vol.22 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "The Lewis and Clark Expedition (Book Review)," May 1996, Vol.22 No. 2, Page 29.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "News Update," May 1996, Vol.22 No. 2, Page 26.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," May 1996, Vol.22 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "News Update," November 1996, Vol.22 No. 4, Page 24.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," November 1996, Vol.22 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "Voice of the Old Wolf (Book Review)," November 1996, Vol.22 No. 4, Page 23.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," August 1997, Vol.23 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "News Update," August 1997, Vol.23 No. 3, Page 24.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "News Update," February 1997, Vol.23 No. 1, Page 24.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," February 1997, Vol.23 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "Seeking Western Waters: The Lewis and Clark Trail from the Rockies to the Pacific (Book Review)," May 1997, Vol.23 No. 2, Page 27.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "News Update," May 1997, Vol.23 No. 2, Page 26.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," May 1997, Vol.23 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "Warehouse Fire Claims Keelboat," May 1997, Vol.23 No. 2, Page 10.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "The Journals of Patrick Gass, Member of the Lewis and Clark Expedition (Book Review)," November 1997, Vol.23 No. 4, Page 26.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "News Update," November 1997, Vol.23 No. 4, Page 24.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "News Update," August 1998, Vol.24 No. 3, Page 33.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "It Felt Like They Were There," August 1998, Vol.24 No. 3, Page 10.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "On the Trail of Lewis and Clark Art Shows," August 1998, Vol.24 No. 3, Page 11.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "'If it wasn't for the mosquitoes' Building Partnerships," August 1998, Vol.24 No. 3, Page 15.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "Following the Lewis and Clark Trail, A Vacation Guide for Campers (Book Review)," August 1998, Vol.24 No. 3, Page 36.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's desk," August 1998, Vol.24 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "News Update," February 1998, Vol.24 No. 1, Page 22.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," February 1998, Vol.24 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "The Nez Perce Indians and the Opening of the Northwest (Book Review)," February 1998, Vol.24 No. 1, Page 24.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "Lewis and Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery (Book Review)," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 37.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "Two Articles Smack of Environmentalist Emotional Rhetoric (Letter)," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 31.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "News Update," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 34.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "Little Coyote (Book Review)," November 1998, Vol.24 No. 4, Page 34.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," November 1998, Vol.24 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "News Update," November 1998, Vol.24 No. 4, Page 32.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "Music Flows from the Journals of Lewis and Clark," August 1999, Vol.25 No. 3, Page 35.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," August 1999, Vol.25 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "News Update," August 1999, Vol.25 No. 3, Page 32.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "Walking Philadelphia," February 1999, Vol.25 No. 1, Page 12.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "Old Map Helps Pinpoint Location of Original Fort Clatsop," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 25.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "A Little Bit of Bob Scriver (Poem)," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 38.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "Sacagawea Dollar Coin Set to Mint," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 36.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "The Saga of Lewis and Clark: Into the Unknown West (Book Review)," November 1999, Vol.25 No. 4, Page 31.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "News Update," November 1999, Vol.25 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "John Collins gets some respect (Book Review)," November 2000, Vol.26 No. 4, Page 8.

    OPEN Steve Evans and Allen Pinkham, "The Ordway Junket," August 2016, Vol.42 No. 3, Page 7.

    OPEN William Barnaby Faherty, "General Clark and the Jesuits," August 1991, Vol.17 No. 3, Page 13.

    OPEN Wayne Fairchild, "Ambrose in Fort Benton the Morning the Towers Fell," November 2021, Vol.47 No. 4, Page 26.

    OPEN Darlene Fassler, "Another Gass portrait (Letter)," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN J. Frederick Fausz, Jane Lewis Sale Henley, Kira Gale, and Robert E. Gatten, Jr., "Reports of his death were premature (4 Letters)," November 2009, Vol.35 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN James R. Fazio, "New Idaho Foundation Chapter and Idaho Lewis & Clark Trail Committee Dedicated to Protecting Last Remnants of the Lewis & Clark Trail," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 18.

    OPEN James R. Fazio, "Weippe Prairie and the Annual Meeting," May 1990, Vol.16 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN James R. Fazio, "Message from President Jim Fazio," November 1992, Vol.18 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN James R. Fazio, "Some Lame Duck Reflections: Message from President Jim Fazio," August 1993, Vol.19 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN James R. Fazio, "Prepare for the Guantlet: Message from President Jim Fazio," February 1993, Vol.19 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN James R. Fazio, "Our Foundation: More than a Club (President's Message)," May 1993, Vol.19 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN James R. Fazio, "Untitled Letter to the Editor," November 1993, Vol.19 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN James R. Fazio, "Do Them No Harm! (Book Review)," February 1994, Vol.20 No. 1, Page 27.

    OPEN James R. Fazio, "A Clouded Future for the Lolo Trail," February 1994, Vol.20 No. 1, Page 25.

    OPEN James R. Fazio, "Westward Whoa-In the Wake of Lewis and Clark (Book Review)," February 1995, Vol.21 No. 1, Page 28.

    OPEN James R. Fazio, "Grants Program Needs Help," February 1995, Vol.21 No. 1, Page 9.

    OPEN James R. Fazio, "The Trail: New Video Now Available," November 1996, Vol.22 No. 4, Page 11.

    OPEN James R. Fazio, "Lewis & Clark in Cass County (Book Review)," August 1997, Vol.23 No. 3, Page 28.

    OPEN James R. Fazio, "A Bicentennial Wish List: A look at which dreams for the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial came true," August 2008, Vol.34 No. 3, Page 27.

    OPEN James R. Fazio, "Bicentennial Projects," August 2008, Vol.34 No. 3, Page 28.

    OPEN Felipe Fernandez-Armesto, "Why do we Explore?," May 2020, Vol.46 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN John W. Fisher, "Expedition geology (Letter)," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN John W. Fisher, "Corps of Engineers river management (Letter)," November 2007, Vol.33 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN John W. Fisher, "Medicine misinterpreted (Letter)," May 2009, Vol.35 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN John W. Fisher, "Lewis and malaria, revisited (Letter)," February 2010, Vol.36 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN John W. Fisher, "Book Review: The Indianization of Lewis and Clark (Book Review)," August 2014, Vol.40 No. 3, Page 31.

    OPEN John W. Fisher, "Brown Water: A Narrative of My Personal Journey in the Wake of Lewis and Clark (Book Review)," May 2016, Vol.42 No. 2, Page 29.

    OPEN John W. Fisher, "Dear Editor (Letter)," August 2017, Vol.43 No. 3, Page 30.

    OPEN John W. Fisher, "Baleen, Blubber, & Train Oil from Sacagawea's 'monstrous fish'," May 2017, Vol.43 No. 2, Page 24.

    OPEN John W. Fisher, "In Search of Lewis' Plant Press-Portfolio," November 2019, Vol.45 No. 4, Page 34.

    OPEN William Fisher, "The bear pursueing his assailant," November 1982, Vol.8 No. 4, Page 18.

    OPEN Sherman L. Fleek, "The Army of Lewis and Clark: The military molded the Corps of Discovery," November 2004, Vol.30 No. 4, Page 8.

    OPEN Billie J. Fleming, "Thanks for L&C Videos (Letter)," August 1990, Vol.16 No. 3, Page 26.

    OPEN Arend Flick, "Did Meriwether Lewis's Cousin Introduce Him to William Clark?," August 2018, Vol.44 No. 3, Page 15.

    OPEN Arend Flick, "Letter to the Editor," February 2018, Vol.44 No. 1, Page 32.

    OPEN Arend Flick, "William Diven, the Jay Treaty, and the Court-Martial of Meriwether Lewis," November 2019, Vol.45 No. 4, Page 11.

    OPEN Arend Flick, "The Gilmer Daybook and the "Constitutional Disposition" of William Lewis," May 2021, Vol.47 No. 2, Page 14.

    OPEN Frank Fogler, "On the Lewis & Clark Trail: 4th of July 1804 and 1996," May 1997, Vol.23 No. 2, Page 11.

    OPEN William E. Foley, "A Family's Ordeal: The Troubling Case of William Preston Clark," May 2008, Vol.34 No. 2, Page 8.

    OPEN William E. Foley, "Lewis and Clark's American Travels: The View from Britain," May 2009, Vol.35 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN William E. Foley, "Turbulence and Terror: The New Madrid Earthquakes, 1811-1812," November 2017, Vol.43 No. 4, Page 23.

    OPEN William E. Foley, "After the Applause: William Clark's Failed 1820 Gubernatorial Campaign," November 2020, Vol.46 No. 4, Page 31.

    OPEN John E. Foote, "Idaho Organizations Journey to Salmon, ID for Eventful One Day Meet Foundation President and Mrs. (Pat) Foote Travel from Billings, MT to Attend," November 1986, Vol.12 No. 4, Page 19.

    OPEN John E. Foote, "President Foote's Message," November 1986, Vol.12 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN John E. Foote, "President Foote's message," August 1987, Vol.13 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN John E. Foote, "'Clark on the Yellowstone' - Foundation's 19th Annual Meeting August 2-5, 1987, Billings, Montana," February 1987, Vol.13 No. 1, Page 1.

    OPEN John E. Foote, "President Foote's message," May 1987, Vol.13 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Marguerite S. E. Forest, "Searching for Sea Otters," August 2007, Vol.33 No. 3, Page 18.

    OPEN Viola Forrest, Wilbur P. Werner, and David G. Ainsworth, "Letters to '...We Proceeded On... '," Spring 1975, Vol.1 No. 2, Page 12.

    OPEN Viola Forrest, "The Lewis and Clark Trail (Book Review)," October 1978, Vol.4 No. 4, Page 16.

    OPEN Sally Freeman, "Astorian Adventure: The Journal of Alfred Seton, 1811-1815 (Book Review)," August 1994, Vol.20 No. 3, Page 29.

    OPEN Ruth Frick, "Conflict! Frederick Bates and Meriwether Lewis," August 1993, Vol.19 No. 3, Page 20.

    OPEN Ruth Frick, "John Colter: R.I.P," February 1994, Vol.20 No. 1, Page 20.

    OPEN Ruth L. Colter Frick, "Meriwether Lewis's Personal Finances: The governor of Upper Louisiana was land rich but cash poor when he left on his last, fateful journey," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 16.

    OPEN Harry W. Fritz, "Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, and the Discovery of Montana," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 26.

    OPEN Harry W. Fritz, "The Journals of the Lewis & Clark Expedition. Volume 3. August 25, 1804-April 6, 1805 (Book Review)," November 1987, Vol.13 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN Harry W. Fritz, "The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Volume 4, April 7-July 27, 1805," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 27.

    OPEN Harry W. Fritz, "Among the Sleeping Giants: Occasional Pieces on Lewis and Clark (Book Review)," November 1988, Vol.14 No. 4, Page 31.

    OPEN Harry W. Fritz, "Guide to Mackenzie Trail (Book Review)," February 1989, Vol.15 No. 1, Page 27.

    OPEN Harry W. Fritz, "The Journals of Lewis and Clark (Review)," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 30.

    OPEN Joe Froelich, "Film Makers View 'Real' North Dakota," May 1994, Vol.20 No. 2, Page 25.

    OPEN Albert Furtwangler, "Untitled Letter to the Editor," May 1993, Vol.19 No. 2, Page 11.

    OPEN Albert Furtwangler, "Off the Map: The Journals of Lewis and Clark (Book Review)," February 1995, Vol.21 No. 1, Page 28.

    OPEN Albert Furtwangler, "Lewis and Clark...in Verse," February 1996, Vol.22 No. 1, Page 12.

    OPEN Albert Furtwangler, "A View from This Summit: Reflections on history, patriotism, and Lewis and Clark," November 2000, Vol.26 No. 4, Page 27.

    OPEN Albert Furtwangler, "A ramble through bear country with Lewis and Clark (Book Review)," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 34.

    OPEN Albert Furtwangler, "Neglected Classics: Two overlooked scholarly works reflect on Jefferson, Lewis and Clark, and America's inner and outer landscapes," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 27.

    OPEN Albert Furtwangler and John W. Fisher, "Cruzatte's eyesight in question (Letters)," February 2008, Vol.34 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN Albert Furtwangler, "Rivers deep and shallow: Robert Southey on Lewis and Clark," August 2009, Vol.35 No. 3, Page 46.

    OPEN Albert Furtwangler, "Lewis and Clark stories tough universal personal themes," August 2010, Vol.36 No. 3, Page 28.

    OPEN Albert Furtwangler, "Voyager: Exploring New Worlds, Today and Yesterday (Book Review)," February 2011, Vol.37 No. 1, Page 29.

    OPEN Albert Furtwangler, "Journal Copying at Travelers' Rest: The journals of Gass, Ordway, and Whitehouse add details to the record," May 2011, Vol.37 No. 2, Page 14.

    OPEN Albert Furtwangler, "This Sublunary World (Letter)," November 2016, Vol.42 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN Kira Gale, "A motive for Lewis's murder: the Experiment (Letter)," November 2008, Vol.34 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN Kira Gale, "Debate over death continues (Letter)," May 2009, Vol.35 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN Kira Gale, "To the Editor (Letter)," November 2013, Vol.39 No. 4, Page 10.

    OPEN Kira Gale, "A Cold Case Mystery: Why Didn't Meriwether Lewis's Two Best Friends Investigate His Death?," November 2016, Vol.42 No. 4, Page 20.

    OPEN James A. Gardner, "Voyage of Discovery: Lewis and Clark Expedition, Lewis and Clark College," May 1982, Vol.8 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN James A. Gardner, "International Interpretation & 'Internationalist's' Interpretation of the Lewis & Clark Expedition (Subtitle: Where Was the Spanish Passport?)," November 1986, Vol.12 No. 4, Page 21.

    OPEN Jerry Garrett, "A digest version of the Captain's journals (Book Review)," May 2000, Vol.26 No. 2, Page 27.

    OPEN Jerry Garrett, "Present at the creation (Letter)," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Dwight Garrison, "Lewis is Not Alone," November 1987, Vol.13 No. 4, Page 10.

    OPEN Thomas J. Gasque, "In search of Prince Madoc's Welsh Indians (Book Review)," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 39.

    OPEN William M. Gatlin, "Lewis and Clark and the Articles of War: Out of necessity, the captains developed their own system of military justice - one that was harsh but fair, and critical to the Corps of Discovery's discipline and morale," May 2011, Vol.37 No. 2, Page 21.

    OPEN Bob Gatten, Nancy Kemler, and Dick Brooks, "Visitor at Fort Clatsop (Letters)," February 2014, Vol.40 No. 1, Page 10.

    OPEN Robert E. Gatten, Jr., "Winifred C. George: July 11, 1915-June 12, 1993 (Obituary)," August 1993, Vol.19 No. 3, Page 19.

    OPEN Robert E. Gatten, Jr., "A Discovery in Virginia: The Birthplace of William Clark," May 1993, Vol.19 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN Robert E. Gatten, Jr., "President's Message," November 1994, Vol.20 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Robert E. Gatten, Jr., "President's Message," August 1995, Vol.21 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Robert E. Gatten, Jr., "President's Message," February 1995, Vol.21 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Robert E. Gatten, Jr., "President's Message," May 1995, Vol.21 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Robert E. Gatten, Jr., "President's Message," November 1995, Vol.21 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Robert E. Gatten, Jr., "President's Message," August 1996, Vol.22 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Robert E. Gatten, Jr., "President's Message," February 1996, Vol.22 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Robert E. Gatten, Jr., "President's Message," May 1996, Vol.22 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Robert E. Gatten, Jr., "Clark Land in Virginia and the Birthplace of William Clark," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN Robert E. Gatten, Jr., "Nez Perce fictional tale (Book Review)," November 2009, Vol.35 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN Robert E. Gatten, Jr., "Short Nights of the Shadow Catcher: The Epic Life and Immortal Photographs of Edward Curtis (Book Review)," August 2015, Vol.41 No. 3, Page 31.

    OPEN Robert E. Gatten, Jr., "Brooks Greer Ragen, The Meek Cutoff: Tracing the Oregon Trail's Lost Wagon Train of 1845 (Book Review)," May 2015, Vol.41 No. 2, Page 35.

    OPEN Robert E. Gatten, Jr., "Edward S. Curtis on the Trail of Lewis and Clark," May 2016, Vol.42 No. 2, Page 14.

    OPEN Nicholas W. Gentile, "Philosophical Sympathy and 'Seeds of Extinction:' Jefferson's French correspondence and the roots of his presidential Indian policy, 1785-1789," May 2010, Vol.36 No. 2, Page 18.

    OPEN Geoff Billen, "2018 Lolo Trail Work in Idaho," November 2018, Vol.44 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN Winifred George, "'Meet Me In St. Louis' Has a Special Significance for Members Of the Foundation Who Plan To Attend the 17th Annual Meeting: August 4 - 7, 1985," February 1985, Vol.11 No. 1, Page 1.

    OPEN Winifred George, "Come to St. Louis to the 17th Annual Meeting of the Foundation: August 4-7, 1985," May 1985, Vol.11 No. 2, Page 1.

    OPEN Winifred George, "17th Annual Meeting, St. Louis, Missouri, August 4-7, 1985," May 1985, Vol.11 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Winifred George, "William Clark Letters (Letter)," May 1991, Vol.17 No. 2, Page 28.

    OPEN Winifred George, "Message from President George," November 1991, Vol.17 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Winifred George, "Message from President George," August 1992, Vol.18 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN Winifred George, "Message from President George," January 1992, Vol.18 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Winifred George, "Message from President George," May 1992, Vol.18 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Winifred George, "Celebrations, Celebrations at our 1993 Annual Meeting," February 1993, Vol.19 No. 1, Page 20.

    OPEN Stephen J. Gertz, "Jefferson Letter on Lewis & Clark Offered at Auction," February 2014, Vol.40 No. 1, Page 31.

    OPEN Loren M. Gibbons, "All Them Horses and One Poor Mule: A numerical accounting of the Corps of Discovery's livestock," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 26.

    OPEN Mark Gibson, "Unfinished Columbia Gorge monument comes down," May 2014, Vol.40 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN E.W. Giesecke, "Old newspapers hold historical treasures for those willing to hunt," August 2009, Vol.35 No. 3, Page 44.

    OPEN Thomas L. Gilbert, "More about Nebraska L&C marking (Letter)," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 31.

    OPEN Thomas L. Gilbert, "Historical North Dakota to host Foundation's 20th annual meeting with visits to sites on 'Legacy Tour'," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 16.

    OPEN Thomas L. Gilbert, "Tom Gilbert Sends His Regrets and Regards (Letter)," November 1999, Vol.25 No. 4, Page 39.

    OPEN Hugh Gildea, "The Making of a Trapper (Letter)," August 1997, Vol.23 No. 3, Page 9.

    OPEN Hugh Gildea, "Tracking Down the Trump: Jaw Harp Speculative Second Fiddle in the Expedition's Musical Ensemble," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 12.

    OPEN Larry Gill, "The Great Portage: Lewis and Clark's Oveland Journey Around the Great Falls of the Missouri River," Fall 1975, Vol.1 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN Bob Gilluly, "Sacajawea May Get More Credit Than Deserved," November 1992, Vol.18 No. 4, Page 28.

    OPEN Carolyn Gilman, "The Forensic Conservator and the Science of Lewis and Clark: An 'inside look' at instruments that may or may not have traveled on the expedition," February 2001, Vol.27 No. 1, Page 20.

    OPEN Carolyn Gilman, "Lewis and Clark Encounter a World of Women," August 2012, Vol.38 No. 3, Page 12.

    OPEN Carolyn Gilman, "George Rogers Clark: Jefferson's First Emissary in the West," February 2014, Vol.40 No. 1, Page 20.

    OPEN Michael Gleason, "Mother's Day Letter," August 1994, Vol.20 No. 3, Page 31.

    OPEN Jackie Gonzales and Emily Greenwald, "Keepers of the Story, Stewards of the Trail: Fifty Years of the Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation," February 2020, Vol.46 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN Howard Goodman, "Lewis and Clark Redux: Transcription of Diarties Takes a Lot Long Than the Trip," November 1993, Vol.19 No. 4, Page 25.

    OPEN Greg Gordon, "The Character of Meriwether Lewis: Explorer in the Wilderness (Book Review)," August 2012, Vol.38 No. 3, Page 28.

    OPEN Dale Gorman, "Impressions of an evening at the White House and an Invitation for the President," February 1998, Vol.24 No. 1, Page 11.

    OPEN Margaret Gorski, "A Message from the President," November 2013, Vol.39 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Margaret Gorski, "To John D. W. Guice from President Margaret Gorski (Letter)," August 2014, Vol.40 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN Margaret Gorski, "A Message from the President," August 2014, Vol.40 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN Margaret Gorski, "The Jefferson River Canoe Trail Project," February 2014, Vol.40 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN Margaret Gorski, "Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation's Trail Stewardship Grants: A Bicentennial Legacy," February 2014, Vol.40 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Margaret Gorski, "A Message from the President," February 2014, Vol.40 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Margaret Gorski, "A Message from the President," May 2014, Vol.40 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Margaret Gorski, "A Message from the President," November 2014, Vol.40 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Margaret Gorski, "A Message from the President (President's Message)," August 2015, Vol.41 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Margaret Gorski, "A Message from the President," February 2015, Vol.41 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Margaret Gorski, "A Message from the President," May 2015, Vol.41 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Margaret Gorski and Philippa Newfield, "Lewis and Clark Trail Stewardship Grants for 2016," February 2016, Vol.42 No. 1, Page 33.

    OPEN Margaret Gorski, "America's National Historic Trails: In the Footsteps of History (Book Review)," May 2021, Vol.47 No. 2, Page 33.

    OPEN Barry Gough, "Alexander Mackenzie and the Far Side of the World, 1793," May 2020, Vol.46 No. 2, Page 38.

    OPEN Jim Gramentine, "A salute to WPO and its editor, Jim Merritt (President's Message)," August 2006, Vol.32 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN Jim Gramentine, "New challenges as L&C Bicentennial winds down (President's Message)," May 2006, Vol.32 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN Jim Gramentine, "Welcome to Wendy, and a salute to the Fourth Estate (President's Message)," November 2006, Vol.32 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN Jim Gramentine, "Volunteers: Lifeblood of the foundation (President's Message)," August 2007, Vol.33 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN Jim Gramentine, "A call to action from President Gramentine (President's Message)," January 2007, Vol.33 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Jim Gramentine, "Keepers of history, preserving our past (Presiden'ts Message)," May 2007, Vol.33 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Paul Graveline, "Joseph Gravelines and the Lewis and Clark Expedition," October 1977, Vol.3 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN Sheldon Green, "York's big medicine among the Hidatsas (Letter)," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Charles Greifenstein, "Fevers, fluxes, excretions, sex, et cetera: Rush's queries about Indians," May 2002, Vol.28 No. 2, Page 31.

    OPEN Charles Greifenstein, "Benjamin Rush Man of Many Parts," May 2002, Vol.28 No. 2, Page 28.

    OPEN Earl F. Gresswell, "A day on the Lewis and Clark trail in pursuit of Lemhi Pass," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 18.

    OPEN Calvin Grinnell, "Another View of Sakakawea," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 16.

    OPEN John D.W. Guice, "'A Fatal Rendezvous': the Mysterious Death of Meriwether Lewis," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN John D. W. Guice, "Seaman's fate (Letter)," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN John D.W. Guice, "Interpreting the character of Meriwether Lewis (Letter)," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN John D.W. Guice, "Moonlight and Meriwether Lewis: How could Mrs. Grinder have seen what she claimed on that pitch-black night?," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 21.

    OPEN John D.W. Guice, "John Turnbow & Major James Neelly (Letter)," August 2013, Vol.39 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN John D.W. Guice, "Meriwether Lewis, The Assassination of an American Hero and the Silver Mines of Mexico (Book Review)," February 2016, Vol.42 No. 1, Page 29.

    OPEN Liz Hahn, "Lewis and Clark," October 1979, Vol.5 No. 4, Page 10.

    OPEN Lee Haines, "Fritz exhibit includes 100 paintings of expedition," February 2009, Vol.35 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Lorna Hainesworth, "Planning a Transcontinental Journey: A neglected letter sheds light on Lewis's preparations for the western expedition," August 2009, Vol.35 No. 3, Page 8.

    OPEN Lorna Hainesworth, "Lewis and Clark Day in Frederick, Maryland," November 2011, Vol.37 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN Lorna Hainesworth, "Remembering Jane Randol Jackson (Trail Notes)," November 2011, Vol.37 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN Jean Tyree Hamilton, "A Jefferson Monument (Tombstone) on the University of Missouri Campus," May 1985, Vol.11 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN Jean Tyree Hamilton, "Dr. Carl H. & Eleanor Chapman die in auto accident," November 1987, Vol.13 No. 4, Page 29.

    OPEN Mark B. Hamilton , "'An Oral History of the Mammoth in North America'," August 2016, Vol.42 No. 3, Page 28.

    OPEN Robert C. Haraden, Mark Chalkley, Clay S. Jenkinson, Glen Kirkpatrick, "Meriwether Lewis, R.I.P. (4 Letters)," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Jim Hardee, "Moonlighting on the Lewis and Clark Expedition: trapping was a lucrative industry," November 2008, Vol.34 No. 4, Page 16.

    OPEN Jim Hardee, "John Collins and Northwest Brewing," August 2014, Vol.40 No. 3, Page 22.

    OPEN Jim Hardee, "The Influence of the Red-Headed Chief: William Clark's Post-Expedition Interaction with Indian Nations," May 2014, Vol.40 No. 2, Page 8.

    OPEN Sandra Hargrove, "Genealogy project," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN Steve Harrison, "Meriwether Lewis's First Written Reference to the Expedition - April 15, 1803," November 1983, Vol.9 No. 4, Page 10.

    OPEN Patricia B. Hastings, "Sugaring at Camp Dubois: How the expedition members made one of the important, if seldom cited, provisions for the journey ahead," May 2002, Vol.28 No. 2, Page 9.

    OPEN Lindy Hatcher, "LCTHF Board Visits the Wild, Wild West," May 2016, Vol.42 No. 2, Page 32.

    OPEN Lindy Hatcher, "Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation 2016 Award Recipients," November 2016, Vol.42 No. 4, Page 33.

    OPEN Lindy Hatcher, "2017 Annual Meeting Report," August 2017, Vol.43 No. 3, Page 0.

    OPEN Kade Haviland, "The Knife River Drama and a Dream About a Long Table," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 16.

    OPEN Mary Jo Havlicek, "Dear Editor (Letter)," August 2015, Vol.41 No. 3, Page 8.

    OPEN Keith G. Hay, "Present at the creation: The conservation roots of the LCTHF (Part II)," August 2006, Vol.32 No. 3, Page 37.

    OPEN Keith G. Hay, "Present at the creation: The conservation roots of the LCTHF (Part I)," May 2006, Vol.32 No. 2, Page 38.

    OPEN Taylor Haynes, "Bicentennial Kickoff, Charlottesville, Virginia, January 14 - 19, 2003," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 13.

    OPEN Ray Heagney, "Three Forks volunteers needed," May 2005, Vol.31 No. 2, Page 4.

    Print only: HannaLore Hein, "The Final Journey of Jean Baptiste Charbonneau," August 2023, Vol.49 No. 3, Page 31.

    OPEN Troy Helmick, "The Lewis and Clark Expedition and the Townsend Black Snake," February 2017, Vol.43 No. 1, Page 29.

    OPEN James P. Hendrix Jr., "'Neglected classics' not completely neglected (Letter)," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN James P. Hendrix Jr., "Technology and two decades of research help identify L&C Trail in Idaho (Book Review)," August 2008, Vol.34 No. 3, Page 34.

    OPEN James P. Hendrix Jr., Dennis Baird, Norm Miller, Gene Eastman, and Henry H Chase Jr., "Tracking trail tread (5 Letters)," May 2008, Vol.34 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN James P. Hendrix and Guy M. Benson, "Did Meriwether Lewis Ever Live in Georgia?," August 2018, Vol.44 No. 3, Page 12.

    OPEN James P. Hendrix, Jr., "Meriwether Lewis's Georgia Boyhood: His brief sojourn in the Deep South was the future explorer's first wilderness experience," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 25.

    OPEN Jane Lewis Sale Henley, "Historic Fincastle One of Post-meeting Trips," February 1995, Vol.21 No. 1, Page 12.

    OPEN Jane Lewis Sale Henley, "'The most fun experience I have ever had' (President's Message)," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN Jane Lewis Sale Henley, "Working together to bridge cultures - for now and the future (President's Message)," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN Jane Lewis Sale Henley, "What will be the Foundation's bicentennial legacy? (President's Message)," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN Jane Lewis Sale Henley, "On the go for Lewis and Clark (President's Message)," May 2002, Vol.28 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN Jane Lewis Sale Henley, "Gass bash (Letter)," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Jane Lewis Sale Henley, Albert Furtwangler, Barbara Kubik, et el., "Remembering Bob Hunt: A gentleman and scholar of Lewis and Clark," February 2010, Vol.36 No. 1, Page 34.

    OPEN Frances Hesselbein, "GS Director Pleased With Foundation's Part In Summer Event (Letter)," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 31.

    OPEN Hans A. Heynau, "Finding latitude," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN Hans A. Heynau, "Error in Lewis's octant calibration (Letter)," February 2006, Vol.32 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Hans A. Heynau, "Wind, Rain, and Barbed Wire: The Clark Canoe Camp Archaeology Project," November 2011, Vol.37 No. 4, Page 26.

    OPEN M. Jospeh Hill, "Return to the Beginning in 1993: Lewis & Clark Expedition, Site #1," November 1992, Vol.18 No. 4, Page 13.

    OPEN M. Jospeh Hill, "Are You Ready to Return to the Beginning in 1993?," May 1993, Vol.19 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN V. Strode Hinds, "President Hinds' Message," November 1981, Vol.7 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN V. Strode Hinds, "President Hinds' Message," February 1982, Vol.8 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN V. Strode Hinds, "President Hinds' Message," July 1982, Vol.8 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN V. Strode Hinds, "President Hinds' Message," May 1982, Vol.8 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN V. Strode Hinds, "Monument for a Sergeant," August 1995, Vol.21 No. 3, Page 18.

    OPEN V. Strode Hinds, "'This Place We Call Council Bluff'," November 1995, Vol.21 No. 4, Page 12.

    OPEN V. Strode Hinds, "28th Annual Meeting Update: Sioux City, Iowa," May 1996, Vol.22 No. 2, Page 17.

    OPEN V. Strode Hinds, "Patterns of the Missouri River," May 1996, Vol.22 No. 2, Page 18.

    OPEN V. Strode Hinds, "Reconstructing Charles Floyd: Forensic artistry yields an image of the ill-fated sergeant," February 2001, Vol.27 No. 1, Page 16.

    OPEN V. Strode Hinds, "Reconstructing Floyd," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Joan Hockaday, "Beautiful Blue Camas," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 20.

    OPEN Joan Hockaday, "Remembering Peter S. Hockaday," February 2017, Vol.43 No. 1, Page 25.

    OPEN Willard Hoffman, "The Gravesite of the Expedition's Alexander Hamilton Willard," May 1980, Vol.6 No. 2, Page 20.

    OPEN Bob Holcomb, "Meriwether Lewis and his Cedar tree," May 1992, Vol.18 No. 2, Page 27.

    OPEN Gerald R. Holcomb, "The Lewis and Clark Exposition Gold Dollar," May 1985, Vol.11 No. 2, Page 9.

    OPEN Gerald R. Holcomb, "Undiscovered Diary Found: Minnesota Declared a Lewis and Clark State," November 1996, Vol.22 No. 4, Page 26.

    OPEN Erik Holland, "The Sakakawea (Awatixa) Site," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 8.

    OPEN Erik Holland, "Food preservation: selected journal entries," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 10.

    OPEN Leandra Holland, "Preserving Food On The L&C Expedition," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN Leandra Holland, "Sugar and whiskey (Letter)," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Leandra Holland, "Lewis on the fine art of constructing a cache," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 22.

    OPEN Leandra Holland, "Empty Kettles in the Bitterroots: The captains' assumptions about Rocky Mountain geography and the availability of game proved a recipe for near disaster," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 18.

    OPEN James J. Holmberg, "From a Chance Meeting," May 1991, Vol.17 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN James J. Holmberg, "LCTHF Annual Meeting Promises Exciting and Informative Speakers," May 1991, Vol.17 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN James J. Holmberg, "'I Wish You to See & Know All.' The Recently Discovered Letters of William Clark to Jonathan Clark," November 1992, Vol.18 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN James J. Holmberg, "The Mysterious Death of Meriwether Lewis (Book Review)," August 1994, Vol.20 No. 3, Page 27.

    OPEN James J. Holmberg, "The Jefferson Consipiracies: A President's Role in the Assassination of Meriwether Lewis (Book Review)," August 1995, Vol.21 No. 3, Page 27.

    OPEN James J. Holmberg, "Monument to a 'Young Man of Much Merit'," August 1996, Vol.22 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN James J. Holmberg, "'This report has vexed me a little': William Clark reports of an affair of honor," November 1998, Vol.24 No. 4, Page 28.

    OPEN James J. Holmberg, "The 'New' William Clark Letters," February 1999, Vol.25 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN James J. Holmberg, "'A Man of Much Merit': George Drouillard went down fighting in the country he loved," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 8.

    OPEN James J. Holmberg, "Seaman's Fate? Lewis's dog probably survived him," February 2000, Vol.26 No. 1, Page 7.

    OPEN James J. Holmberg, "'Drive On': Changes for WPO," February 2000, Vol.26 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN James J. Holmberg, "The Meriwether Lewis Murder by Malcolm Shuman (Book Review)," February 2000, Vol.26 No. 1, Page 29.

    OPEN James J. Holmberg, "Getting the Word Out: New evidence suggests it was Patrick Gass who carried William Clark's letter reporting on the expedition's return," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 12.

    OPEN James J. Holmberg, "Patrick Gass's letters to Lyman Draper," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 15.

    OPEN James J. Holmberg, "Mark your calendars for this year's annual meeting at the Falls of the Ohio," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN James J. Holmberg, "From Julia's Kitchen: We can assume these recipes were favorites of William Clark," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 44.

    OPEN James J. Holmberg, "Lost & Found: Discharge Papers of John Shields," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 35.

    OPEN James J. Holmberg, "New Clark biography studies his post-expedition career in Indian affairs (Book Review)," May 2008, Vol.34 No. 2, Page 32.

    OPEN James J. Holmberg, "'Fairly Launched on my Voyage of Discovery:' Meriwether Lewis's expedition letter to James Findlay," August 2009, Vol.35 No. 3, Page 20.

    OPEN James J. Holmberg, "Lewis and Clark at the Falls of the Ohio," May 2012, Vol.38 No. 2, Page 36.

    OPEN James J. Holmberg, "The Lewis and Clark Expedition Day by Day (Book Review)," August 2018, Vol.44 No. 3, Page 32.

    OPEN James J. Holmberg, "Into the Wilderness, from Pittsburgh," August 2019, Vol.45 No. 3, Page 10.

    OPEN James J. Holmberg, "The Man Behind the Icon: The Personal World of William Clark," November 2020, Vol.46 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN James J. Holmberg, "William Clark, York and Slavery," August 2021, Vol.47 No. 3, Page 21.

    OPEN Krys Holmes, "The Stories Left Behind," August 2011, Vol.37 No. 3, Page 24.

    OPEN Virginia Holmgren, "A Glossary of Bird Names Cited by Lewis and Clark," May 1984, Vol.10 No. 2, Page 28.

    OPEN Virginia Holmgren, "'Melanerpes lewis' - Those Latin Words (Binomials or Trinomials): Why Do We Need and Use Them?," May 1984, Vol.10 No. 2, Page 26.

    OPEN Virginia Holmgren, "Birds of the Lewis and Clark Journals," May 1984, Vol.10 No. 2, Page 17.

    OPEN Virginia Holmgren, "Summary of Birds Seen by Lewis and Clark," May 1984, Vol.10 No. 2, Page 23.

    OPEN Virginia Holmgren, "Whistling Down the Tundra," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 18.

    OPEN Virginia Holmgren, "A Lewis and Clark Crossword Puzzle," August 1985, Vol.11 No. 3, Page 11.

    OPEN Howard Hoovestol, "The Espontoons of Lewis and Clark," February 1990, Vol.16 No. 1, Page 18.

    OPEN Ella Mae Howard, "Moulton in residence," May 2000, Vol.26 No. 2, Page 33.

    OPEN Michael R. Howell, "Grants Sought for Development of Lewis and Clark 'Descent Trail'," February 2014, Vol.40 No. 1, Page 8.

    OPEN Lucie Huger, "DAR Marker Dedicated at Tavern Cave Site," February 1999, Vol.25 No. 1, Page 24.

    OPEN Lucie Huger, "Ordway's signature (Letter)," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Lucie Huger, "St. Louis L&C statue (Letter)," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN Clyde G. 'Sid' Huggins, "President's Message," November 1996, Vol.22 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Clyde G. 'Sid' Huggins, "President's Message," August 1997, Vol.23 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Clyde G. 'Sid' Huggins, "President's Message," February 1997, Vol.23 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Clyde G. 'Sid' Huggins, "President's Message," May 1997, Vol.23 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "Of Rivers and Oceans," May 1987, Vol.13 No. 2, Page 20.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "Merry to the Fiddle: the Musical Amusement of the Lewis and Clark Party," November 1988, Vol.14 No. 4, Page 10.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "Crime and Punishment on the Lewis and Clark Expedition Part 2," August 1989, Vol.15 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "Crime and Punishment on the Lewis and Clark Expedition (Part 1)," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "Mockersons: An Unspoken Tongue," August 1990, Vol.16 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "The Espontoon : Captain Lewis's Magic Stick," February 1990, Vol.16 No. 1, Page 12.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "Gills and Drams of Consolidation: Ardent Spirits on the Lewis and Clark Expedition (Part 1)," August 1991, Vol.17 No. 3, Page 19.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "Gills and Drams of Consolidation: Ardent Spirits on the Lewis and Clark Expedition (Part 2)," November 1991, Vol.17 No. 4, Page 11.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "The Blood Meal: Mosquitoes and Agues on the Lewis & Clark Expedition (Part II)," August 1992, Vol.18 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "The Blood Meal: Mosquitos and Augues on the Lewis & Clark Expedition (Part I)," May 1992, Vol.18 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "Fun and Games on the Lewis & Clark Expedition: Sport, Play and Physical Conditioning with the Corps of Discovery," August 1993, Vol.19 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "Games, Sports, and Amusements of Natives Encountered on the Lewis and Clark Expedition," May 1994, Vol.20 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "Acts of Discovery: Visions of America in the Lewis and Clark Journals (Book Review)," May 1994, Vol.20 No. 2, Page 22.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "Hoofbeats & Nightmares: a Horse Chronicle of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, Part 1," November 1994, Vol.20 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "Hoofbeats and Nightmares: A Horse Chronicle of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, Part 2," February 1995, Vol.21 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "Tent Shreds and Pieces: Nomadic Shelter on the Lewis and Clark Expedition," February 1996, Vol.22 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "Fish Feast or Famine : Incompleat Anglers on the Lewis and Clark Expedition," February 1997, Vol.23 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "Luck or Providence? Narrow Escapes on the Lewis and Clark Expedition," August 1999, Vol.25 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "Matches and Magic: Just how did the Corps of Discovery make fire?," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 13.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "For Whom the Guns Sounded: Sgt. Floyd's Funeral Revisited," February 2001, Vol.27 No. 1, Page 10.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "The 'Odyssey' of Lewis and Clark: A look at the Corps of Discovery through the lens of Homer," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 14.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "Fire Paths on the Lewis & Clark Trail: used by the Indians and figured in the explorer's activities from cooking to diplomacy," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 14.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "Diagram of a general communications system with two illustrations from the Lewis & Clark journals," May 2005, Vol.31 No. 2, Page 25.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "Wireless in the Wilderness: How did Jefferson's explorers communicate with each other and the wider world?," May 2005, Vol.31 No. 2, Page 20.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "Eye Talk, Ear Talk: Sign language, translation chains, and trade jargon on the Lewis & Clark Trail," August 2006, Vol.32 No. 3, Page 12.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "Following the Peripatetic Captains: Walking in the footsteps of Lewis and Clark can help modern-day explorers better understand the journey," May 2007, Vol.33 No. 2, Page 28.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "Of Thermometers and Temperatures on the Lewis and Clark Expedition," November 2007, Vol.33 No. 4, Page 16.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "The 'Odyssey' of Lewis & Clark: A look at the Corps of Discovery through the lens of Homer," August 2010, Vol.36 No. 3, Page 29.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "The Blood Meal: Mosquitoes and agues on the Lewis & Clark Expedition," August 2010, Vol.36 No. 3, Page 16.

    OPEN Robert R. Hunt, "Of Rivers and Oceans (Reprint)," August 2010, Vol.36 No. 3, Page 8.

    OPEN R. Douglas Hurt, "Blood and Treasure: Daniel Boone and the Fight for America's First Frontier (Book Review)," February 2022, Vol.48 No. 1, Page 36.

    OPEN Verne Huser, "On the Rivers with Lewis and Clark: The Corps of Discovery rowed, towed, paddled, poled, and sailed more than 9,000 miles," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 17.

    OPEN Verne Huser, "A grunt's-eye view of river travel: Excerpts from the journal of Private Joseph Whitehouse," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 22.

    OPEN Verne Huser, "'Warping' up the Missouri (Letter)," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Cheryl Hutchinson, "Letter to the Editor," August 2020, Vol.46 No. 3, Page 37.

    OPEN Clifford Imsland, "Permanent Lewis & Clark Display Planned For Washington State Historical Society Museum," November 1981, Vol.7 No. 4, Page 21.

    OPEN Donald Jackson, "Thomas Jefferson and the Pacific Northwest," Winter 1974, Vol.1 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN Donald Jackson, "Meriwether Lewis Comes Home," December 1976, Vol.2 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN Donald Jackson, "Zebulon Pike: The Poor Man's Lewis and Clark," October 1978, Vol.4 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN Donald Jackson, "Call Him a Good Old Dog, But Don't Call Him Scannon," August 1985, Vol.11 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN Donald Jackson, "Thomas Jefferson and the Pacific Northwest," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 18.

    OPEN Donald Jackson, "James Neelly's letter to Thomas Jefferson," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 25.

    OPEN Jane Randol Jackson, "New George Drouillard Chapter (Letter)," February 2005, Vol.31 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Jane Randol Jackson, "Cape Girardeau and the Corps of Discovery: Newly discovered archival documents detail the post-expedition lives off our veterans of the Lewis & Clark Expedition," February 2005, Vol.31 No. 1, Page 14.

    OPEN Jane Randol Jackson, "New expedition connections to Cape Girardeau," August 2007, Vol.33 No. 3, Page 35.

    OPEN Jane Randol Jackson, "Atlas worthwhile (Book Review)," February 2010, Vol.36 No. 1, Page 26.

    OPEN Jill Carlson Jackson, "New developments in the library and archives," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 48.

    OPEN Jill Carlson Jackson, "We want your 'stuff' for the Foundation's archives," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 52.

    OPEN Jill Carlson Jackson, "Barnes family donates rare Lewis & Clark books," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 44.

    OPEN Jill Carlson Jackson, "Gifts are critical to building the library and archives," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 48.

    OPEN Jill Carlson Jackson, "Sherman Library's online services are at your fingertips," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 50.

    OPEN Jill Carlson Jackson, "L&C genealogy documents will soon be available," November 2004, Vol.30 No. 4, Page 40.

    OPEN Jill Carlson Jackson, "Landscapes Preserved for History: The Lewis and Clark paintings and photographs of Ralph Earll DeCamp," August 2005, Vol.31 No. 3, Page 27.

    OPEN Jill Carlson Jackson, "Lewis & Clark on the World Wide Web," February 2005, Vol.31 No. 1, Page 43.

    OPEN Jill Carlson Jackson, "Is this a L&C artifact? We can help you find out," May 2005, Vol.31 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN John C. Jackson, "The Fight on Two Medicine River: Who were those Indians, and how many died?," February 2006, Vol.32 No. 1, Page 14.

    OPEN John C. Jackson, "The Man Hunter: George Drouillard, best known for his interpretive and hunting skills, was called upon regularly to track and return deserters," February 2009, Vol.35 No. 1, Page 12.

    OPEN John C. Jackson, "A Dog's Life in the Far West: Speculation on the fate of the big Newfoundland than accompanied Lewis & Clark," February 2011, Vol.37 No. 1, Page 19.

    OPEN John C. Jackson, "Reuben Lewis: Fur Trader, Subagent, and Meriwether's Younger Brother," November 2012, Vol.38 No. 4, Page 8.

    OPEN John C. Jackson, "Updating William Clark's 'Error of the Southwest'," August 2015, Vol.41 No. 3, Page 15.

    OPEN Skip Jackson, "A Lewis & Clark Symphony? Beethoven's Third resonates with the sound of the Corps of Discovery," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 36.

    OPEN Mike Jacobs, "Lakota America: A New History of Indigenous Power (Book Review)," May 2021, Vol.47 No. 2, Page 29.

    OPEN Tom Jacobs, "Dear Mr. Clark (Letter)," May 2016, Vol.42 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN Tom Jacobs, "Dear Editor (Letter)," August 2017, Vol.43 No. 3, Page 29.

    OPEN Craig Jacobson, "Focus on Doctrine of Discovery offers insight into the Lewis & Clark Expedition (Book Review)," January 2007, Vol.33 No. 1, Page 27.

    OPEN Marc Jaffe, "Donna Reed in buckskin and the rise of American auto-tourism (Book Review)," November 2010, Vol.36 No. 4, Page 33.

    OPEN James Wallace, "The Mystery of Clark's Nightingale: A quest for a bird and a creek offers a lesson in reading the Journals," May 2000, Vol.26 No. 2, Page 19.

    OPEN Larry Janoff, "Artist Opposes Digging Up Lewis Grave (Letter)," November 1996, Vol.22 No. 4, Page 29.

    OPEN Larry Janoff, "Larry Morris's Fate of the Corps (Letter)," May 2005, Vol.31 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN Joseph D. Jeffrey, "Meriwether Lewis at Harpers Ferry," November 1994, Vol.20 No. 4, Page 14.

    OPEN Joseph D. Jeffrey, "Meriwether Lewis at Harpers Ferry," May 2016, Vol.42 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN John W. Jengo, "High Broken and Rocky: Lewis & Clark as geological observers," May 2002, Vol.28 No. 2, Page 22.

    OPEN John W. Jengo, "Signature of 'William Clark' found in book possibly carried on the expedition," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 41.

    OPEN John W. Jengo and John C. Askew, "Clark signatures (2 Letters)," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN John W. Jengo, "A 'blank spot' in their thinking: conventional views of L&C as field geologists," August 2005, Vol.31 No. 3, Page 21.

    OPEN John W. Jengo, "Specimine of the Stone: The Fate of Lewis and Clark's Mineralogical Specimens," August 2005, Vol.31 No. 3, Page 17.

    OPEN John W. Jengo, "An Excellent Guide to Subsequent Explorers: The scientific influence of Lewis and Clark's geological discoveries published in Nicholas Biddle's edition of the journals," August 2007, Vol.33 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN John W. Jengo, "Scholarly Opinions on the Scientific Content of Biddle's History," August 2007, Vol.33 No. 3, Page 15.

    OPEN John W. Jengo, "Comparison of original L&C journal geological notations with Biddle's History edition," August 2007, Vol.33 No. 3, Page 11.

    OPEN John W. Jengo, "Authenticating Clark's Signature: An update on the 'William Clark' inscription found in Richard Kirwan's 'Elements of Mineralogy'," May 2008, Vol.34 No. 2, Page 26.

    OPEN John W. Jengo, "'Blue Earth,' 'Clift of White' and 'Burning Bluffs': Lewis and Clark Extraordinary Mineral Encounters in Northeastern Nebraska," February 2011, Vol.37 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN John Jengo, "Burning Bluffs Redux (Letter)," August 2012, Vol.38 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN John W. Jengo, "'Witness the Specimens of Lava and Pummicestone': The North Dakota 'Burnt Hills' of Lewis and Clark," August 2013, Vol.39 No. 3, Page 19.

    OPEN John W. Jengo, "After the Deluge: Flood Basalts, Glacial Torrents, and Lewis and Clark's 'Swelling, boiling & whorling' River Route to the Pacific. Part I: The Snake River and Columbia Plateau," August 2014, Vol.40 No. 3, Page 7.

    OPEN John W. Jengo, "After the Deluge: Flood Basalts, Glacial Torrents, and Lewis and Clark's 'Swelling, boiling & whorling' River Route to the Pacific (Part 2: The Columbia Gorge)," November 2015, Vol.41 No. 4, Page 8.

    OPEN John W. Jengo, "Great Plains Geology (Book Review)," August 2017, Vol.43 No. 3, Page 31.

    OPEN John W. Jengo, "The Black Sands and White Earth," May 2017, Vol.43 No. 2, Page 8.

    OPEN John W. Jengo, ""it is a Limestone principally:" Lewis and Clark's Initial "Mineral Productions" Observations," August 2019, Vol.45 No. 3, Page 24.

    OPEN John W. Jengo, "Lewis and Clark's "Mineral Productions" Explorations in Missouri "Lead ore," The History of Louisiana, and "Limestone inlade with white red & blue flint"," August 2020, Vol.46 No. 3, Page 27.

    OPEN John Jengo, "Great Falls to Three Forks: Montana Geology of Lewis and Clark," November 2022, Vol.48 No. 4, Page 16.

    OPEN Catherine Jenkinson, "I am Sacagawea (Review)," February 2018, Vol.44 No. 1, Page 33.

    OPEN Clay S. Jenkinson, "10 Reasons Why North Dakota Is Important in the History of the Lewis and Clark Expedition," February 1999, Vol.25 No. 1, Page 25.

    OPEN Clay S. Jenkinson, "The North American Journal of Prince Maximillian of Wied (Book Review)," August 2011, Vol.37 No. 3, Page 21.

    OPEN Clay S. Jenkinson, "Uncovering the Truth about Meriwether Lewis (Book Review)," May 2012, Vol.38 No. 2, Page 32.

    OPEN Clay S. Jenkinson, "Dr. Elliott West (Interview): First of Two Parts," August 2017, Vol.43 No. 3, Page 18.

    OPEN Clay S. Jenkinson, "Greetings from the New Editor," August 2017, Vol.43 No. 3, Page 7.

    OPEN Clay S. Jenkinson, "Dr. Elliott West: Second of Two Parts (The WPO Interview)," November 2017, Vol.43 No. 4, Page 26.

    OPEN Clay S. Jenkinson, "Joe Mussulman November 20, 1928-September 10, 2017 (Lewis and Clark Roundup)," November 2017, Vol.43 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN Clay S. Jenkinson, "Scott Mandrell (Interview)," August 2018, Vol.44 No. 3, Page 20.

    OPEN Clay S. Jenkinson, "Joe Mussulman (The WPO Interview)," February 2018, Vol.44 No. 1, Page 23.

    OPEN Clay S. Jenkinson, ""Maney Extroadenary Stories:" The Significance of the Arikara Too Ne's Map," May 2018, Vol.44 No. 2, Page 23.

    OPEN Clay S. Jenkinson, "The WPO Interview: Dr. Christopher Steinke," May 2018, Vol.44 No. 2, Page 35.

    OPEN Clay S. Jenkinson, "The Voyage of the Prairie Dog," November 2018, Vol.44 No. 4, Page 27.

    OPEN Clay S. Jenkinson, "A Tribute to Gary Moulton," February 2019, Vol.45 No. 1, Page 40.

    OPEN Clay S. Jenkinson, "The Power of the Columbia: A Conversation with Blaine Harden," May 2019, Vol.45 No. 2, Page 39.

    OPEN Clay S. Jenkinson, "Re-Centering Meriwether Lewis in the Post-Bicetennial Era," November 2019, Vol.45 No. 4, Page 35.

    OPEN Clay S. Jenkinson, "Fresh Eyes on What We Thought We Knew," May 2021, Vol.47 No. 2, Page 0.

    OPEN Clay S. Jenkinson, "Editor's Note: Excerpts from a letter by Charles Willson Peale to President Thomas Jefferson, October 11, 1801," May 2021, Vol.47 No. 2, Page 23.

    OPEN Clay S. Jenkinson, "A Great Historian, a Great Writer, and a Great Road Story," November 2021, Vol.47 No. 4, Page 29.

    OPEN Clay S. Jenkinson, "Just Who Is Buried On the Wind River Reservation Near Lander?," August 2022, Vol.48 No. 3, Page 0.

    OPEN Clay S. Jenkinson, "The Adventure or the Enlightenment?," May 2022, Vol.48 No. 2, Page 0.

    OPEN Clay S. Jenkinson, "Our Story of Eagle Woman, Sacagawea: They Got It Wrong (Book Review)," November 2022, Vol.48 No. 4, Page 32.

    Print only: Clay S. Jenkinson, "55th Annual LCTHF Gathering," August 2023, Vol.49 No. 3, Page 66.

    Print only: Clay S. Jenkinson, "The Resolute Enigma," August 2023, Vol.49 No. 3, Page 0.

    Print only: Clay S. Jenkinson, "The Luxury of Reading the Lewis and Clark Journals," February 2023, Vol.49 No. 1, Page 4.

    Print only: Clay S. Jenkinson, "Over the Top: Roger Wendlick 1945-2023," May 2023, Vol.49 No. 2, Page 4.

    Print only: Clay S. Jenkinson, "Mistakes are the Stuff of Some Historiography," May 2023, Vol.49 No. 2, Page 0.

    Print only: Clay S. Jenkinson, "On the Future of the Doctrine of Discovery," November 2023, Vol.49 No. 4, Page 0.

    Print only: Clay S. Jenkinson, "Books on the Doctrine of Discovery (aside)," November 2023, Vol.49 No. 4, Page 36.

    OPEN Joyce Jensen, "Seaman may have differed from today's breed (Letter)," May 2002, Vol.28 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Jerry MacDonald, "Second Coming of Mackenzie a Dream Come True," November 1993, Vol.19 No. 4, Page 13.

    OPEN Curtis Johnson, "Gass's blind eye (Letter)," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Fred Johnson, "James Fazio's Message Is lmportant for Today," August 1993, Vol.19 No. 3, Page 25.

    Print only: Mark Johnson, "World Premier of Opera about Sacagawea's Life," August 2023, Vol.49 No. 3, Page 56.

    OPEN Marshall J. Johnson, "Members will Gather August 5-8 in the Centennial City of Great Falls: Portage Route Chapter Reveals Plans for Foundation's 16th Annual Meeting," February 1984, Vol.10 No. 1, Page 1.

    OPEN Marshall J. Johnson, "Program Set For 16th Annual Meeting, August 5-8, 1984, Great Falls, Montana," May 1984, Vol.10 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN Peter Johnson, "Governor Stephens Signs Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center Funding Bill," August 1991, Vol.17 No. 3, Page 30.

    OPEN Peter Johnson, "Cascade County Legislators Join to Set Priorities," February 1991, Vol.17 No. 1, Page 29.

    OPEN Peter Johnson, "Forest Service Agrees to Back Center Funding," May 1991, Vol.17 No. 2, Page 25.

    OPEN Carole Johnston, "Lewis and Clark Journey Recreated for Cable Series," February 1994, Vol.20 No. 1, Page 16.

    OPEN Landon Y. Jones, Jr., "Clark's letters to his brother reveal a man in transition (Book Review)," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 35.

    OPEN Landon Y. Jones, Jr., "Explorations that are also moral tales rich in ambiguity and complexity (Book Review)," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 33.

    OPEN Landon Y. Jones, Jr., "A compelling (if at times exasperating) critique of the Corps of Discovery (Book Review)," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 36.

    OPEN Landon Y. Jones, Jr., "Peripatetic Billy: Years before he explored the West, young William Clark was a man on the move," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 8.

    OPEN Landon Y. Jones, Jr., "Biography examines roles of Sacagawea and Charbonneau (Book Review)," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 43.

    OPEN Landon Y. Jones, Jr., "John Pernier worked for Jefferson (Letter)," February 2005, Vol.31 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Landon Y. Jones, Jr., "Recovering the lost voices and vocabularies of the Corps of Discovery (Book Review)," May 2005, Vol.31 No. 2, Page 31.

    OPEN Landon Y. Jones, Jr., "Sergeant Floyd and me: An attack of appendicitis recalls the Corps of Discovery's single fatality," February 2006, Vol.32 No. 1, Page 48.

    OPEN Landon Y. Jones, Jr., "Clark on the Yellowstone: His often neglected reconnaissance of the 'Rochejhone' left us a vivid record of a vanished ecosystem," February 2006, Vol.32 No. 1, Page 24.

    OPEN Landon Y. Jones, Jr., "Why the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial was not a bust," January 2007, Vol.33 No. 1, Page 30.

    OPEN Landon Y. Jones, Jr., "Count Them: The 10 Most Frequently Used Words in the L&C Journals," August 2011, Vol.37 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN Keith E. Jones, "Iron boat's fate (Letter)," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Keith E. Jones, "'Extraordinary historical claims require extraordinary historical evidence.' (Letter)," May 2010, Vol.36 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN Keith E. Jones, "To the Editor (Letter)," May 2016, Vol.42 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN Keith E. Jones, "Letter to the Editor," February 2018, Vol.44 No. 1, Page 32.

    OPEN Mark W. Jordan, "Steps in building a bark canoe," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 29.

    OPEN Mark W. Jordan, "Meriwether Lewis's Ingenious Iron Boat," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 25.

    OPEN Mark W. Jordan, "The Company: The Rise and Fall of the Hudson's Bay Empire (Book Review)," August 2021, Vol.47 No. 3, Page 38.

    OPEN Mark W. Jordan, "Five Months on the Missouri River Paddling a Dugout Canoe (Book Review)," February 2021, Vol.47 No. 1, Page 36.

    OPEN Mark W. Jordan, "Lewis & Clark Reframed: Examining Ties to Cook, Vancouver, and Mackenzie (Book Review)," August 2022, Vol.48 No. 3, Page 49.

    OPEN Mark W. Jordan, "Watercraft of the Lewis and Clark Expedition: A Comprehensive Inventory," May 2022, Vol.48 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN Mark W. Jordan, "Northwest Coastal Canoes (sidebar)," May 2022, Vol.48 No. 2, Page 27.

    OPEN Mark W. Jordan, "What is a Pirogue? (sidebar)," May 2022, Vol.48 No. 2, Page 25.

    OPEN Mark W. Jordan, "When is a "keeled boat" not a Keelboat? (sidebar)," May 2022, Vol.48 No. 2, Page 24.

    OPEN Mark W. Jordan, "The Earth Is All That Lasts: Crazy Horse, Sitting Bull, and the Last Stand of the Great Sioux Nation (Book Review)," November 2022, Vol.48 No. 4, Page 38.

    OPEN Gordon Julich, "The L&C Bicentennial: Midpoint reflections (President's Message)," November 2004, Vol.30 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN Gordon Julich, "The importance of partnership in trail conservation (President's Message)," August 2005, Vol.31 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Gordon Julich, "A stunning new tribute to Native Americans (President's Message)," February 2005, Vol.31 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN Gordon Julich, "Looking beyond September 2006 (President's Message)," May 2005, Vol.31 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN Ken Jutzi, "Our Community Remains Vibrant (Letter)," November 2007, Vol.33 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN Ken Jutzi, "Foundation presents awards," November 2009, Vol.35 No. 4, Page 34.

    OPEN Ken Jutzi, "Foundation Award Nominations," February 2012, Vol.38 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN Karen Seaberg, "Bicentennial is over, but we're just getting started (President's Message)," November 2007, Vol.33 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Karen Seaberg, "Broad vision for the trail calls for corps of volunteers (Presiden't Message)," August 2008, Vol.34 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN Karen Seaberg, "Exciting initiatives on tap for 2008 (President's Message)," February 2008, Vol.34 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Karen Seaberg, "Consider your options for leaving a legacy," May 2008, Vol.34 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Cari M. Karns, "New membership campaign (Letter)," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Kenneth W. Karsmizki, "Searching for the Invisible: Some Efforts to Find Expedition Camps, Part I," August 1995, Vol.21 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Kenneth W. Karsmizki, "Searching for the Invisible: Some Efforts to Find Expedition Camps-Part 2," November 1995, Vol.21 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN Kenneth W. Karsmizki, "Fort Mandan: The Lost Wintering Post of 1804-05," May 1997, Vol.23 No. 2, Page 21.

    OPEN Kenneth W. Karsmizki, "Lewis's Iron Boat: An alternative to Carl Camp's hypothesis," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 38.

    OPEN Erika Karuzas, "Retracing Lolo Trail: Identifying Lewis and Clark's exact trail in the Lolo Trail National Historic Landmark is next to impossible," February 2008, Vol.34 No. 1, Page 21.

    OPEN Darian Kath, "Dear editor and Editorial Advisory Board (Letter)," August 2015, Vol.41 No. 3, Page 7.

    OPEN Edward B. (Ted) Kaye, "American Indian Flags and the L&C Bicentennial," May 2008, Vol.34 No. 2, Page 20.

    OPEN Edward B. (Ted) Kaye, "Robert Heacock, Wind hard from the west (Book Review)," November 2015, Vol.41 No. 4, Page 31.

    OPEN Edward B. (Ted) Kaye, "Empires of the Turning Tide: A History of Lewis and Clark National Historic Park and the Columbia-Pacific Region (Book Review)," May 2017, Vol.43 No. 2, Page 31.

    OPEN Richard H. Keller, "The Foundation in Other Media: John Lipscomb Meets the Press," November 2010, Vol.36 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN Katherine S. Kelly, "The Elkskin Journal: A Description of the Binding and Instructions for Making a Replica," August 2022, Vol.48 No. 3, Page 32.

    OPEN Shannon Kelly, "Beyond the Conflict: Frederick Bates in the Greater Context of the Post-Expedition West, Part Two," August 2022, Vol.48 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN Shannon Kelly, "Beyond the Conflict: Frederick Bates in the Greater Context of the Post-Expedition West, Part One: "I shall step a high and a Proud path."," May 2022, Vol.48 No. 2, Page 33.

    Print only: Shannon Kelly, "Sacajawea: Mystery, Myth, and Legend (Book Review)," November 2023, Vol.49 No. 4, Page 40.

    OPEN Nancy Kemler, "Letters," November 2017, Vol.43 No. 4, Page 32.

    OPEN Howard A. Kent, "Film portrayals of L&C (Letter)," May 2002, Vol.28 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Bud Kipfer, "A Letter from the Kipfers of Louisville, Kentucky," November 1991, Vol.17 No. 4, Page 15.

    OPEN Glen Kirkpatrick, "The Rediscovery of Clark's Point of View," February 1999, Vol.25 No. 1, Page 28.

    OPEN Glen Kirkpatrick, "The 'stupendious' Columbia Gorge: The Corps of Discovery traversed a landscape born of lava and ice-age floods," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN Glen Kirkpatrick, "Fort Clatsop's design (Letter)," February 2006, Vol.32 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Glen Kirkpatrick, "Murder vs. suicide (Letter)," November 2007, Vol.33 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN Glen Kirkpatrick, "One more argument for suicide (Letter)," August 2008, Vol.34 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Glen Kirkpatrick, "Fort Clatsop: The Hunt for the Elusive Pickets," August 2020, Vol.46 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN Cindy Kittredge, "The Ulm Pishkun: an Ageless Symbol of Community," November 1997, Vol.23 No. 4, Page 19.

    OPEN William Kloefkorn, "Patrick Gass, chief carpenter: on the trail with Lewis & Clark," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 44.

    OPEN Larry Kluesner, "Red and White Pirogues: Travelling the Missouri with the Discovery Expedition," February 2013, Vol.39 No. 1, Page 32.

    OPEN Stuart E. Knapp, "President's Message," November 1993, Vol.19 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Stuart E. Knapp, "President's Message," August 1994, Vol.20 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN Stuart E. Knapp, "President's Message," February 1994, Vol.20 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Stuart E. Knapp, "President's Message," May 1994, Vol.20 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN VerLynn Kneifl and Jeffrey Neil Zimmerman, "More on murder vs. suicide (2 Letters)," February 2008, Vol.34 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN VerLynn Kneifl, "Shannon Trail offers fun and adventure," May 2008, Vol.34 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN Charles R. Knowles, "Indispensable Old Toby: He led the Corps of Discovery across Lost Trail Pass," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 26.

    OPEN Charles R. Knowles, "Less than 3 cents an acre," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 48.

    OPEN James L. Kochan, "Uniforms of the Lewis & Clark Expedition (Book Review)," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 36.

    OPEN Terry Korpela, "National Park Service Joins Lewis & Clark Efforts in Great Falls," May 1995, Vol.21 No. 2, Page 23.

    OPEN Steven Krolak, "Indiana University Southeast Accepts Donation of Lewis and Clark Handshake Bronze," February 2017, Vol.43 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN Barbara Kubik, "John Colter: One of Lewis and Clark's Men," May/June 1983, Vol.9 No. 2, Page 10.

    OPEN Barbara Kubik, "The Natural History of the Lewis and Clark Expedition (Book Review)," August 1996, Vol.22 No. 3, Page 25.

    OPEN Barbara Kubik, "Mt. Hood / Oregon Grape on View on 29th Annual Meeting," August 1996, Vol.22 No. 3, Page 20.

    OPEN Barbara Kubik, "The Making of Sacagawea: A Euro-American Legend (Book Review)," February 1997, Vol.23 No. 1, Page 26.

    OPEN Barbara Kubik, "Courageous Colter and Companions (Book Review)," February 1998, Vol.24 No. 1, Page 25.

    OPEN Barbara Kubik, "A bicentennial challenge," November 2000, Vol.26 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Barbara Kubik, "A special and hearty thanks to all (President's Message)," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Barbara Kubik, "Down the years with WPO (President's Message)," February 2001, Vol.27 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Barbara Kubik, "'Keepers of the story and stewards of the trail' (President's Message)," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Barbara Kubik, "New biographies of Dye and Hebard, pioneering writers on Lewis & Clark (Book Review)," May 2006, Vol.32 No. 2, Page 36.

    OPEN Barbara Kubik, "Personal essays read like a conversation with friends around the campfire (Book Review)," February 2009, Vol.35 No. 1, Page 26.

    OPEN Barbara Kubik, "Thinking about 'Of Rivers and Oceans'," August 2010, Vol.36 No. 3, Page 7.

    OPEN Barbara Kubik, "Historical fiction offers insight on Jean Baptiste, but includes errors (Book Review)," May 2010, Vol.36 No. 2, Page 40.

    OPEN Barbara Kubik, "By Honor and Right: How One Man Boldly Defined the Destiny of a Nation (Book Review)," August 2011, Vol.37 No. 3, Page 22.

    OPEN Barbara Kubik, "Sacagawea Primer: A Bibliography," August 2012, Vol.38 No. 3, Page 25.

    OPEN Barbara Kubik, "Christmas at Fort Clatsop," November 2012, Vol.38 No. 4, Page 36.

    OPEN Barbara Kubik, "We Proceeded On: A look back at the creation and early years of our historical journal," May 2013, Vol.39 No. 2, Page 19.

    OPEN Barbara Kubik, "The Man Behind the Masthead," May 2013, Vol.39 No. 2, Page 20.

    OPEN Barbara Kubik, "'Worthy of Notice': The Journal of Sergeant Patrick Gass," May 2014, Vol.40 No. 2, Page 19.

    OPEN Barbara Kubik, "Simon Winchester, The Men Who United the States: America's Explorers, Inventors, Eccentrics, and Mavericks, and the Creation of One Nation, Indivisible (Book Review)," May 2015, Vol.41 No. 2, Page 35.

    OPEN Barbara Kubik, "California Condors in the Pacific Northwest (Book Review)," February 2016, Vol.42 No. 1, Page 31.

    OPEN Barbara Kubik, "Dear Editor (Letter)," August 2017, Vol.43 No. 3, Page 29.

    OPEN Barbara Kubik, "National Parks of the U.S.A. By Kate Siber (Book Review)," August 2020, Vol.46 No. 3, Page 36.

    Print only: Barbara Kubik, "Historians Who Haunt My Library," May 2023, Vol.49 No. 2, Page 27.

    OPEN Erik Kubik, "Meriwether: An American Epic (Game Review)," August 2018, Vol.44 No. 3, Page 33.

    OPEN King Kuka, "Dawn of the Hunt: a Blessing by King Kuka," November 1997, Vol.23 No. 4, Page 21.

    OPEN Cameron La Follette, ""Bears wax" and the Wreck of a Spanish Galleon on the Oregon Coast," November 2019, Vol.45 No. 4, Page 24.

    OPEN Cameron La Follette, "The Drive to Discover, the Urge to Explore," May 2020, Vol.46 No. 2, Page 10.

    OPEN Cameron La Follette, "Sea Otters, Empire, and the Struggle for the Northwest Coast," May 2021, Vol.47 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN Kirby Lambert, "Lewis and Clark with Sacagawea: A bronze by Henry Lion," February 1996, Vol.22 No. 1, Page 22.

    OPEN John Mark Lambertson, "National Frontier Trails Center Continues to Grow," February 1995, Vol.21 No. 1, Page 27.

    OPEN John Mark Lambertson, "Library Seeks to Exland Lewis and Clark Holdings," May 1995, Vol.21 No. 2, Page 27.

    OPEN William L. Lang, "The Columbia: The River of the Corps No More," May 2019, Vol.45 No. 2, Page 32.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "Lewis and Clark Historian: Olin D. Wheeler 1852-1925," Fall 1975, Vol.1 No. 4, Page 12.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "$2,500.00 vs. $38,722.25: The Financial Outlay for the Historic Enterprise," Spring 1975, Vol.1 No. 2, Page 8.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "Christmas Came Three Times: 1803 - 1804 - 1805 To the Corps of Discovery," December 1976, Vol.2 No. 4, Page 10.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "The Brig Lydia Misses 'A Renezvous With History': November 1805," October 1977, Vol.3 No. 4, Page 10.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "Have You Ever Lost Track of What Day Of The Week It Is? - Our Captains Did!," February 1978, Vol.4 No. 1, Page 16.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "The Expedition's Brothers: Joseph and Reuben Field," July 1978, Vol.4 No. 3, Page 15.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "The Peale Portraits of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark," May 1978, Vol.4 No. 2, Page 12.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "President Thomas Jefferson Seeks A Secretary: Meriwether Lewis Responds," February 1979, Vol.5 No. 1, Page 12.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "A Bear Story: McNeal Escapes A Grizzly," July 1979, Vol.5 No. 3, Page 13.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "John Shields: Lewis and Clark's Handyman Blacksmith - General Mechanic - For The Expedition," July 1979, Vol.5 No. 3, Page 14.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "Marquis de Lafayette - William Clark And A Live Grizzly Bear Cub," May 1979, Vol.5 No. 2, Page 9.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "Thwaites Volumes Not all Journals," May 1979, Vol.5 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "George Drouillard (Drewyer): 'One Of The Two Or Three Most Valuable Men On The Expedition'," May 1979, Vol.5 No. 2, Page 14.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "The Mountain Passes," May 1979, Vol.5 No. 2, Page 10.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "Donald Jackson's Second Edition Letters of the Lewis and Clark ExpeditiOn, with Related Documents, 1783-1854 (Book Review)," May 1979, Vol.5 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "WPO Editor Notes Our Five Volume Milestone," October 1979, Vol.5 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "The Expedition And The Inclement Weather Of November - December 1805," October 1979, Vol.5 No. 4, Page 14.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "Nicholas Biddle: a biographical sketch," August 1980, Vol.6 No. 3, Page 8.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "An 1894 Monograph about Sgt. Floyd's Journal," February 1980, Vol.6 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "Poor Charbonneau! Was he as incompetent as the journal /narratives make him out to be?," May 1980, Vol.6 No. 2, Page 14.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "1905 Statues of the Captains Have Disappeared," November 1980, Vol.6 No. 4, Page 20.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "William Bratton: One of Lewis and Clark's Men," February 1981, Vol.7 No. 1, Page 8.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "The Three Forks Of The Missouri River: The Jefferson, Madison, and Gallatin Rivers," May 1981, Vol.7 No. 2, Page 10.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "Mr. Peale's Museum: Charles Willson Peale and the First Popular Museum of Natural Science and Art," February 1982, Vol.8 No. 1, Page 16.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "Private George Shannon: The Expedition's Youngest Member - 1785 or 1787 - 1836," July 1982, Vol.8 No. 3, Page 10.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "The Stump in One of the Rooms at Fort Clatsop," August 1983, Vol.9 No. 3, Page 11.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "Atlas of the Lewis and Clark Expedition (Book Review)," August 1983, Vol.9 No. 3, Page 8.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "Clark's Sketch Maps Provide For Additional Interpretation of Daily Journals (1)," March 1983, Vol.9 No. 1, Page 23.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "Important Books and Monographs About Early Western and Lewis and Clark Cartography," March 1983, Vol.9 No. 1, Page 26.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "Foundation Member Randall Kidd Shares a Letter from his L. & C. Collection, Historian Hosmer Writes a Letter: Historian Quaitfe Edits Ordway's Journal," May/June 1983, Vol.9 No. 2, Page 20.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "Portable Soup : Lewis's 'portable soupe'?," November 1983, Vol.9 No. 4, Page 11.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "Editor's Note," November 1983, Vol.9 No. 4, Page 24.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "An 1810 Book Review," February 1984, Vol.10 No. 1, Page 17.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "$2,500.00 Vs. $38, 722.25: The Financial Outlay for the Historic Enterprise," August 1985, Vol.11 No. 3, Page 17.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "1847 Edition of Sergeant Gass's Journal Abounds with Absurd Illustrations," November 1985, Vol.11 No. 4, Page 26.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "Editor's Note: A Controversy! - The 'End' of the Lewis and Clark Trail?," August 1986, Vol.12 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "A Notebook Sketch Among the Lewis & Clark Papers," August 1986, Vol.12 No. 3, Page 15.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "The Columbia River and Its Tributaries Provided Lewis and Clark with the Most Practical Travel Route from the Rocky Mountains to the Pacific.," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 24.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "Meriwether Lewis Monument, Natchez Trace Parkway, near Hohenwald, Tennessee," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 17.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "Fielding's Lewis and Clark Trail (Book Review)," May 1986, Vol.12 No. 2, Page 17.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "Tsin - is - tum or Jennie Michel: One of the Last Clatsop Indians," May 1986, Vol.12 No. 2, Page 20.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "Floyd Monument Photo Erroneously Identified," November 1986, Vol.12 No. 4, Page 32.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "Fort Clatsop: The Story Behind the Scenery (Book Review)," November 1986, Vol.12 No. 4, Page 29.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "A review of FAR HORIZONS Which Way to the 'Corner Mailbox'?," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 27.

    OPEN Robert E. Lange, "Meriwether Lewis (Book Review)," November 1988, Vol.14 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN Elizabeth Langhorn, "Clark & Lewis Homeplaces Featured at Annual Meeting," May 1995, Vol.21 No. 2, Page 10.

    OPEN Elizabeth Langhorn, "The Maps of the Lewis and Clark Expedition," May 1995, Vol.21 No. 2, Page 13.

    OPEN John R. LaRandeau, "Missouri River's source (Letter)," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Lewis and Clark: Part Time Astronomers," February 1979, Vol.5 No. 1, Page 8.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "The Biddle - Clark interview," August 1980, Vol.6 No. 3, Page 7.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Trailing Lewis and Clark : the Spirit of the Party," February 1980, Vol.6 No. 1, Page 14.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Thomas Jefferson & the Stony Mountains: Exploring the West from Monticello (Book Review)," May 1981, Vol.7 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Exciting Plans Revealed for the Foundation's 1982 14th Annual Meeting," February 1982, Vol.8 No. 1, Page 1.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "The Leapfrogging Captains," July 1982, Vol.8 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "President Large's Message," November 1983, Vol.9 No. 4, Page 1.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "President Large's Message," February 1984, Vol.10 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "President Large's Message," May 1984, Vol.10 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "North and South of Lewis and Clark," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 8.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Lewis and Clark in the National Cathedral, Washington, D. C.," August 1985, Vol.11 No. 3, Page 14.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "' .. . it thundered and Lightened:' The Weather Observations of Lewis and Clark," May 1986, Vol.12 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Fort Mandan's Dancing Longitude," February 1987, Vol.13 No. 1, Page 12.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Writing in Clover: The Versatile Vocabulary of Lewis and Clark," November 1987, Vol.13 No. 4, Page 12.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "The Clark - Sacagawea affair: a literary evolution," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 14.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Lewis and Clark Under Cover," August 1989, Vol.15 No. 3, Page 12.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "The Empty Anchorage: Why No Ships Came for Lewis and Clark," February 1989, Vol.15 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Jefferson's Letter of Credit," February 1989, Vol.15 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "The Phantom Farmer: Lewis and the American Board of Agriculture," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 16.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Captain Lewis and the Hopeful Cadet," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Sacagawea Takes Her Place With the Goddess of Love and Beauty," November 1989, Vol.15 No. 4, Page 15.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Pompeys Pillar: Should mere Fragments of Facts Become a 'General' Conclusion?," August 1990, Vol.16 No. 3, Page 12.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Additions to the Party: How the Expedition Grew and Grew," February 1990, Vol.16 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "History's Two Nicholas Biddles," May 1990, Vol.16 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "The Humboldt Connection," November 1990, Vol.16 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Frazer's Mutiny," November 1990, Vol.16 No. 4, Page 24.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Expedition Aftermath : The Jawbone Journals," February 1991, Vol.17 No. 1, Page 12.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Montana's Mystery Mountains," November 1991, Vol.17 No. 4, Page 17.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Sacajawea - Sakakawea - Saca . . . What?: Will the Real Name Please Stand Up?," August 1992, Vol.18 No. 3, Page 22.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Vancouver's Legacy to Lewis and Clark," January 1992, Vol.18 No. 1, Page 11.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Literary Borrowings from Lewis and Clark," May 1992, Vol.18 No. 2, Page 12.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "1901 Lewis and Clark Ten Dollar Bill," August 1993, Vol.19 No. 3, Page 26.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Sacagawea: The Guide vs. the Purists," February 1993, Vol.19 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Louisiana's Irrelevant Flag: Lewis and Clark were Going Anyway," May 1993, Vol.19 No. 2, Page 12.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Mackenzie's Wonderful Trail to Nowhere," November 1993, Vol.19 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Lewis.....in Washington," August 1994, Vol.20 No. 3, Page 15.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Expedition Specialists: The Talented Helpers of Lewis and Clark," February 1994, Vol.20 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "'Lewis' and 'Clark' to Explore from Orbit," November 1994, Vol.20 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Beyond the Blue Ridge: Virginia's Role in Western Expansion," November 1994, Vol.20 No. 4, Page 10.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Lewis and Clark Meet the 'American Incognitum'," August 1995, Vol.21 No. 3, Page 12.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "The Rocky Boat Ride of Lewis & Clark," February 1995, Vol.21 No. 1, Page 16.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Colonel Gibbon Tracks Lewis and Clark," May 1996, Vol.22 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Riled up Blackfeet: Did Meriwether Lewis Do It?," November 1996, Vol.22 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Captain Lewis Gets a Haircut," August 1997, Vol.23 No. 3, Page 14.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Bernard DeVoto and his 'Struggle of Empires'," May 1997, Vol.23 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "'Captain' Clark's Belated Bonus," November 1997, Vol.23 No. 4, Page 12.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "All in the Family: The In-house Honorifics of Lewis and Clark," November 1999, Vol.25 No. 4, Page 12.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "The Big 10: What were the essential events of the Lewis &Clark Expedition?," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 22.

    OPEN Arlen J. Large, "Lewis & Clark's 'judicious scelection' of Explorers," November 2006, Vol.32 No. 4, Page 8.

    OPEN Bill Lauman, "Leadership lessons from Lewis & Clark," May 2005, Vol.31 No. 2, Page 32.

    OPEN Ronald Laycock, Judith Edwards, and Stu Knapp, "Committees: LCTHF Committees Serve Important Functions," May 1995, Vol.21 No. 2, Page 29.

    OPEN Ronald Laycock, "Lewis and Clark in Minnesota? YES, and Sacagawea too!," August 1996, Vol.22 No. 3, Page 27.

    OPEN Ronald Laycock, "Looking to the long-term future (President's Message)," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN Ronald Laycock, "A productive year in the cause of Lewis & Clark (President's Message)," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Ronald Laycock, "New staff; Space Day; Trails and Rails; nominations (President's Message)," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 8.

    OPEN Ronald Laycock, "The LCTHF: What we are and what we do (President's Message)," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN Ronald Laycock, "Journey to complete collection of L&C hooks is entertaining (Book Review)," February 2010, Vol.36 No. 1, Page 26.

    OPEN Ronald Laycock, "The Sacagawea of Eva Emery Dye," August 2012, Vol.38 No. 3, Page 32.

    Print only: Carolyn Strunk Layne, "What are the Chances?!," February 2023, Vol.49 No. 1, Page 61.

    OPEN Steve Lee, "Young Adults Activities Committee Active in Idaho," May 1994, Vol.20 No. 2, Page 27.

    OPEN Steve Lee, "Youth Activities Committee," August 1994, Vol.20 No. 3, Page 13.

    OPEN Steve Lee, "LCTHF Committees Serve Important Functions: Young Adults Committee," August 1995, Vol.21 No. 3, Page 19.

    OPEN Steve Lee, "Idaho Chapter," November 1995, Vol.21 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN Steve Lee, "Lewis and Clark's 15 Start (And Stripe) Flag," August 1996, Vol.22 No. 3, Page 28.

    OPEN Steve Lee and Beverly Hinds, "The Land of Sakakawea: 31st Annual Meeting, Bismark, North Dakota," November 1999, Vol.25 No. 4, Page 20.

    OPEN Steve Lee, "A Message from the President," November 2015, Vol.41 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Steve Lee, "A Message from the President," August 2016, Vol.42 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Steve Lee, "A Message from the President," February 2016, Vol.42 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Steve Lee, "A Message from the President," May 2016, Vol.42 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Steve Lee, "Glass Plate Images Donated to LCTHF," February 2017, Vol.43 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN Steve Lee, "Scenes of Visionary Enchantment: A Photographic Journey Along the Lewis and Clark Trail (Book Review)," November 2017, Vol.43 No. 4, Page 33.

    OPEN Gary Lentz, "Meriwether Lewis's Medicine Chests: Outfitting the compleat physician's field kit of 1803," May 2000, Vol.26 No. 2, Page 10.

    OPEN Gary Lentz, "Key to May 2004 Lewis & Clark Crossword," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 43.

    OPEN Gary Lentz, "Test your knowledge of L&C with this Corps of Discovery crossword puzzle," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 56.

    OPEN Gary Lentz, "Boudin blanc (Letter)," November 2004, Vol.30 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Gary Lentz, "'Iron men' of Patit Creek recall Lewis & Clark in eastern Oregon," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 38.

    OPEN Gary Lentz, "Native Trees of Western Washington: A Photographic Guide (Book Review)," May 2022, Vol.48 No. 2, Page 55.

    OPEN John G. Lepley, "Explorers at the Marias: Sculptor Scriver's mark on history and artistry for the Lewis and Clark Memorial at Fort Benton, Montana," February 1980, Vol.6 No. 1, Page 9.

    OPEN Gary Leppart, "President Leppart's Message," Winter 1974, Vol.1 No. 1, Page 1.

    OPEN Gary Leppart, "'Lewis & Clark Story Should Be a Part of Bicentennial Observance', Says Gary Leppart (President's Column)," Spring 1975, Vol.1 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Gary Leppart and Verne Huser, "Eye of the Needle (2 Letters)," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Mary Newton Lewis, "A Postscript to 'In search of York'," May 1990, Vol.16 No. 2, Page 21.

    OPEN Mary Newton Lewis, "Meriwether Lewis: Devoted Son," May 1990, Vol.16 No. 2, Page 14.

    OPEN Lorry Libeu, "Patrick Gass's descendants (Letter)," November 2004, Vol.30 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Lillian Crook, "Rollin' Down the River: Discovering People and Places along the Mighty Missouri (Book Review)," May 2018, Vol.44 No. 2, Page 40.

    OPEN Glen W. Lindeman, "Essays take multidisciplinary approach to Corps of Discovery's many legacies (Book Review)," November 2006, Vol.32 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN Glen W. Lindeman, "Gloomy Terrors and Hidden Fires: The Mystery of John Colter and Yellowstone (Book Review)," August 2015, Vol.41 No. 3, Page 30.

    OPEN Glen W. Lindeman, "John Colter: The Legend of the First Mountain Man (Review)," November 2016, Vol.42 No. 4, Page 31.

    OPEN Bert Lindler, "Historian Sure It's Lewis-Clark Camp. Nail, Tacks and Slag Found Near Belt Creek Convincing Evidence," November 1990, Vol.16 No. 4, Page 22.

    OPEN Bert Lindler, "Sites Planned for Lewis and Clark Center," February 1991, Vol.17 No. 1, Page 30.

    OPEN Martha Lindsey, "Buttons, Beads, & Bilious Pills: Montana's First Campsite," August 2012, Vol.38 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN Kerry Lippencott, "Another source on Lewis's air gun," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Kerry Lippencott, "Corps had right tools for Experiment (Letter)," November 2008, Vol.34 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN Kerry Lippencott, "Forgotten mussels (Letter)," May 2009, Vol.35 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN Kerry Lippencott, "Iron-Framed Boats to Coracles (Letter)," August 2012, Vol.38 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN Kerry Lippencott, "Dear WPO Editor (Letter)," November 2013, Vol.39 No. 4, Page 9.

    OPEN Michael Loesch, Lorraine Loesch, and Paige Cruz, "Lewis and Clark on the Ohio River: Then and Now," May 2019, Vol.45 No. 2, Page 8.

    OPEN Bill Loftus, "Lewis-Clark Timber Sale has Foes Upset," August 1992, Vol.18 No. 3, Page 27.

    OPEN Anna Loge, "'We Encamped by some Butifull Springs' An Interpretation of Captain William Clark's Campsite on July 7, 1806," November 1998, Vol.24 No. 4, Page 16.

    OPEN Anna Loge, "Paddling and packing on the Trail (Book Review)," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 31.

    OPEN Anna Loge, "Their 'E.R.' was the great outdoors (Book Review)," May 2002, Vol.28 No. 2, Page 37.

    OPEN Ronald V. Loge, "'Two dozes of barks and opium': Lewis & Clark as Physicians," February 1997, Vol.23 No. 1, Page 10.

    OPEN Ronald V. Loge, "Meriwether Lewis and Malaria: Another view of the 'ague' and whether it contributed to his death at Grinder's Stand," May 2002, Vol.28 No. 2, Page 33.

    OPEN A. S. Long, "Reflections on a Place Called Grinder's Stand: A Tennessean Remembers," November 1990, Vol.16 No. 4, Page 26.

    OPEN Sharon A. Long, "The Artist's Story," February 2001, Vol.27 No. 1, Page 18.

    OPEN Lorna Hainesworth, "Conestoga wagons unlikely candidate for hauling Lewis's stores," August 2009, Vol.35 No. 3, Page 17.

    OPEN Thomas P. Lowry and P. Wiley, "The Mystery of the Bones: the time the Corps of Discovery spent with the Arikaras and medical events that followed," January 2007, Vol.33 No. 1, Page 22.

    OPEN Peggy Lutz, "A Taste of what Followed: Early Euro-American influence on food and wine in the Northwest brought dining from bland boudin blanc to 15-course extravaganzas in a short period of time," February 2009, Vol.35 No. 1, Page 20.

    OPEN Virgil C. Luyben, "Bismarck trio to follow L&C by seaplane," August 1987, Vol.13 No. 3, Page 24.

    OPEN Virgil C. Luyben, "Passports not Needed to get to Bismarck," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 14.

    OPEN John J. Maatta, "Nez Perce envoys (Letter)," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN Stuart MacDonald, "Historic Trails: Enhancing the Benefit to Communities," November 2011, Vol.37 No. 4, Page 32.

    OPEN Carol Lynn MacGregor, "The Role of the Gass journal," November 1990, Vol.16 No. 4, Page 13.

    OPEN Carol Lynn MacGregor, "Correction from Carol Lynn MacGregor," February 1991, Vol.17 No. 1, Page 31.

    OPEN Carol Lynn MacGregor, "The American Philosophical Society and Thomas Jefferson," August 1992, Vol.18 No. 3, Page 11.

    OPEN Carol Lynn MacGregor, "Along the Trail: Lolo Route," February 1993, Vol.19 No. 1, Page 26.

    OPEN Carol Lynn MacGregor, "Patrick Gass's Account Book: And what it and other documents tell us about the longest-lived member of the Corps of Discovery," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 16.

    OPEN Tim MacWelch, "Pawpaw for Food, Fire, and Rope," November 2013, Vol.39 No. 4, Page 8.

    OPEN Ted Magnuson, "185th Anniversary: Bigger-than-life Statue Commemorates End of Lewis and Clark Trek," February 1991, Vol.17 No. 1, Page 28.

    OPEN Jane Short Mallinson, "Honoring the expedition in Missouri (Letter)," May 2006, Vol.32 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN Jim Mallory, "Foundation's future is bright thanks to our members (President's Message)," August 2010, Vol.36 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN Jim Mallory, "Board focus remains on transparency and stability (President's Message)," February 2010, Vol.36 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Jim Mallory, "Foundation's progress is steady and full of promise," May 2010, Vol.36 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Jim Mallory, "Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail Completion," November 2010, Vol.36 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN Rona Marech, "Calvert is '401 and Done'," August 2014, Vol.40 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Ross Marshall, "Kansas City: Rivers and Trails," May 2015, Vol.41 No. 2, Page 25.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," November 1993, Vol.19 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Martin Erickson, "From the Editor's Desk," February 1994, Vol.20 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Steve Martin, "Elk Point invites other Corps of Discovery descendants to reenact the roles of their ancestors (Letter)," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Walter H. Marx, "A Latin Matter in the Biddle 'Narrative' or 'History' of the Lewis and Clark Expedition," November 1983, Vol.9 No. 4, Page 21.

    OPEN Walter H. Marx, "The Jefferson Tombstone Again," August 1985, Vol.11 No. 3, Page 19.

    OPEN Walter H. Marx, "Lewis and Clark in New England: Memorabilia at the Peabody Museum, Boston Atheneum and the Bienecke Library," August 1986, Vol.12 No. 3, Page 16.

    OPEN Walter H. Marx, "The Muses Speak of Lewis & Clark," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 14.

    OPEN Donna Masterson, Harry Ubbard, L. Edwin Wang, and Robert Doerk, "Committees: LCTHF Committees Serve Important Functions," November 1994, Vol.20 No. 4, Page 25.

    OPEN Nancy K. Maxson, "American Encounters: Lewis and Clark, the People and the Land," August 1992, Vol.18 No. 3, Page 24.

    OPEN Nancy K. Maxson, "Along the Lolo Trail: Getting Ready for 1994," November 1993, Vol.19 No. 4, Page 15.

    OPEN Nancy K. Maxson, "Montana Welcomes You: 26th Annual Meeting to Be An Adventure," May 1994, Vol.20 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN Ellie McClure, Larry Mcclure, and Jay H. Buckley, "Governance and Headquarters Location," May 2012, Vol.38 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN Larry McClure, "Adventure biography may inspire new enthusiasm," August 2009, Vol.35 No. 3, Page 41.

    OPEN Larry McClure, "An Oregon High School Teacher & the Corps of Discovery," February 2012, Vol.38 No. 1, Page 32.

    OPEN Larry McClure, "Arrival at the Pacific: Object Achieved (Lewis and Clark Roundup)," August 2018, Vol.44 No. 3, Page 40.

    OPEN Joyce A. McDonough, "Wish You Were Here: A Discussion of Lewis's Journal Entry at the Great Falls," May 1996, Vol.22 No. 2, Page 22.

    OPEN Rick McDonough, "Letters Help Complete Missing Pages in History of Lewis and Clark Trek," February 1991, Vol.17 No. 1, Page 24.

    OPEN Castle McLaughlin, "Bear-claw necklace (Letter)," November 2004, Vol.30 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Kathleen McLaughlin, "Dig Site's Samples to be Carbon-Dated: Proof of Explorers' Camp May Be Close at Hand," February 1994, Vol.20 No. 1, Page 10.

    OPEN John B. McNulty and Joseph DeChicchis, "Meriwether Lewis in Pennsylvania: In and Around Allegheny County 1794-1803," August 2022, Vol.48 No. 3, Page 21.

    OPEN Thomas C. McSwain Jr., "Honoring Meriwether Lewis (Letter)," August 2007, Vol.33 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN Sammye Meadows, "Greetings from Great Falls!," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 29.

    OPEN Orville D. Menard, "Voyageurs with the Lewis and Clark Expedition," February 2012, Vol.38 No. 1, Page 21.

    OPEN Ginny Merriam, "Professor Brings Music of Jefferson to Stage," May 1994, Vol.20 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "More on Toussaint Charbonneau," February 2000, Vol.26 No. 1, Page 22.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Two new travel guides are 'musts'," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 34.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "George Drouillard: no white man's Indian," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 33.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Herbarium Journal of the Lewis and Clark Expedition (Book Review)," February 2000, Vol.26 No. 1, Page 30.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Passage of Discovery by Daniel B. Botkin (Book Review)," February 2000, Vol.26 No. 1, Page 28.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "The land as the captains viewed it (Book Review)," May 2000, Vol.26 No. 2, Page 31.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt , "New trail maps show the Missouri then and now (Book Review)," November 2000, Vol.26 No. 4, Page 7.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt , "Lewis and Clark at the Continental Divide," November 2000, Vol.26 No. 4, Page 17.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Recalling the Louisiana Purchase; Meadows to Council; Dillon awards," November 2000, Vol.26 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "A Gallery of Gasses," February 2001, Vol.27 No. 1, Page 29.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "A 'New' Portrait of Patrick Gass: Its owner recalls his grandmother's recollections of her father, the last living member of the Corps of Discovery," February 2001, Vol.27 No. 1, Page 26.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Following the Corps of Discovery in 1803, from one day to the next (Review)," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 34.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "The Thwaites edition of the L&C journals is back, and in an economical format (Book Review)," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 34.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Lewis's final journey: A chronology, September 4 - October 11, 1809," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 13.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "In Brief: York, Philly, Middle Mo, Sacagawea (Book Reviews)," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 34.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Vardis Fisher: Meriwether Lewis's contentious partisan (Book Review)," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 32.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Everything you'd ever want to know about L&C," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 35.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Jefferson's maps reveal a landscape of geographic fact and fancy (Book Review)," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 32.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "In Brief: The captains in Fincastle; L&C glossary; Sierra Club trail guide; two new cookbooks (Book Reviews)," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 40.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Moore and Haynes team up to create the ultimate reenactor's Bible (Book Review)," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 37.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Cameahwait's Geography Lesson: Who was the pupil - Clark, Lewis, or both?," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 36.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Artists' eyes on L&C (Review)," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 38.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "A bird's eye view of the Lewis and Clark Trail (Book Review)," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 36.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "'Art of the Lewis and Clark Expedition' is a feast for the eyes (Book Review)," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 34.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "In Brief: 'improved' journals; guides to plains, geology, rivers; L&C encyclopedia," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 32.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Crossing the real and metaphorical divides (Book Review)," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 31.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Another 'New' Portrait of Patrick Gass: Descendants of Corps of Discovery's longest-lived member find photograph among his granddaughter's effects," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 12.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "An unblinking look at today's L&C Trail (Book Review)," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 42.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Up and down the waterways with the Corps of Discovery (Book Review)," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 42.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "The Corps of Discovery traveled on its stomach (Book Review)," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 41.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "In Brief: Indians; venereal disease; today's L&C Trail," August 2005, Vol.31 No. 3, Page 35.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "The Lemhi Shoshone's struggle for a homeland (Book Review)," February 2005, Vol.31 No. 1, Page 34.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "An artist with the Corps of Discovery (Book Review)," February 2005, Vol.31 No. 1, Page 33.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Native Homelands: 'Most Perfect Harmony' (Music Review)," February 2005, Vol.31 No. 1, Page 38.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "The bitterroot as natural and cultural history (Book Review)," February 2005, Vol.31 No. 1, Page 36.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Unraveling the Salish-to-English translation chain," May 2005, Vol.31 No. 2, Page 36.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "In Brief: Medical appendices; Nebraska guide; biking and canoeing L&C Trail; Drouillard biography," August 2006, Vol.32 No. 3, Page 33.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Guide to L&C on the Columbia is a stretcher (Book Review)," August 2006, Vol.32 No. 3, Page 33.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Tracking Lewis & Clark with camera and pencil in a little green airplane (Book Review)," August 2006, Vol.32 No. 3, Page 32.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Touring the Fight Site and Camp Disappointment (some walking required)," February 2006, Vol.32 No. 1, Page 19.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Robert Patterson: Lewis's instructor in practical navigation," February 2006, Vol.32 No. 1, Page 46.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Facsimile of Sgt. Floyd's journal lets the reader second-guess the editor (Book Review)," February 2006, Vol.32 No. 1, Page 43.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Timeline, July 3 - August 12, 1806," February 2006, Vol.32 No. 1, Page 30.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Shooting the Model 1800 short rifle and Girandoni repeating airgun," May 2006, Vol.32 No. 2, Page 25.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "So long, it's been good to know you: A few reflections from WPO's retiring editor," November 2006, Vol.32 No. 4, Page 40.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Trippin' with L&C (Book Review)," November 2006, Vol.32 No. 4, Page 32.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "For the Record," November 2006, Vol.32 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "A celebration of artists who followed in L&C's wake (Book Review)," November 2006, Vol.32 No. 4, Page 31.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Essays offer perspectives on Lewis and Clark history and modern tribal issues (Book Review)," August 2007, Vol.33 No. 3, Page 33.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "The Harpers Ferry short rifle debate continues (2 Letters)," January 2007, Vol.33 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Evidence supporting suicide and murder presented for review and judgement (Book Review)," January 2007, Vol.33 No. 1, Page 28.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Explorers and missionaries shared biases toward Indians, had different impacts (Book Review)," May 2007, Vol.33 No. 2, Page 32.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Model 1803 correction (Letter)," May 2007, Vol.33 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Text and illustrations chronicle the building of three Fort Clatsops," February 2008, Vol.34 No. 1, Page 33.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Capturing the Corps 'In a Snapshot of Time'," August 2009, Vol.35 No. 3, Page 28.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "In the Field with Lewis and Clark: Charles Fritz, an artist with the Corps of Discovery," May 2009, Vol.35 No. 2, Page 16.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "To the Western Ocean: Haynes L&C exhibit at Whitney Gallery this summer," May 2009, Vol.35 No. 2, Page 33.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "'mosquitoes very troublesome'," August 2010, Vol.36 No. 3, Page 16.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "To the editor (Letter)," August 2015, Vol.41 No. 3, Page 7.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Boudin Blanc in Manhattan (Letter)," August 2016, Vol.42 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Reubin vs. Reuben Field: What's in a name?," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 34.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "In Brief: River journey: 'L&C Review'," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 32.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Members throng to annual LCTHF meeting in Portland," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 37.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Lewis & Clark from Salish perspective (Book Review)," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN J. I. Merritt, "Lewis and Clark in Washington State (Book Review)," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 29.

    OPEN Scott Mestrezat, "Paddleboarding Down the Missouri," November 2013, Vol.39 No. 4, Page 32.

    OPEN Robert J. Miller, "The Doctrine of Discovery: Lewis and Clark relied on a principle of international law long used by colonial powers to subjugate indigenous peoples," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 24.

    OPEN John Milton, "Trail, by Louis Charbonneau (Book Review)," August 1990, Vol.16 No. 3, Page 24.

    OPEN Francis Mitchell, "'we passed immence herds of buffaloe ... '," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 34.

    OPEN Francis Mitchell, "Slaughter River Pishkun: It really was a buffalo jump," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 26.

    OPEN Barbara Mittal, "Back to the Beaverhead for Lewis and Clark: Diorama may be moved back to Dillon museum," August 1991, Vol.17 No. 3, Page 28.

    OPEN Linda Mizell, "Lewis & Clark and the American Bottom," May 1994, Vol.20 No. 2, Page 15.

    OPEN H. John Montague, "President Montague's message," November 1987, Vol.13 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN H. John Montague, "President Montague's message," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN H. John Montague, "President Montague's message," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN H. John Montague, "President Montague's message," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN H. John Montague, "Obituary: Irving W. Anderson, 1920 - 1999," November 1999, Vol.25 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN John A. Moody and Deborah A. Martin, "Phenology volunteers wanted (Letter)," May 2002, Vol.28 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Bob Moore and Michael Haynes, "Tailor Made, Trail Worn authors reply to review," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 46.

    OPEN Robert J. Moore, Jr., "The Clothing of the Lewis & Clark Expedition," August 1994, Vol.20 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Robert J. Moore, Jr., "The Other Woman of the Lewis and Clark Expedition," November 1996, Vol.22 No. 4, Page 22.

    OPEN Robert J. Moore, Jr., "Lewis & Clark and Dinosaurs," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 26.

    OPEN Robert J. Moore, Jr., "More on Fossils," November 1998, Vol.24 No. 4, Page 15.

    OPEN Robert J. Moore, Jr., "A Closer Look at... the Uniform Coats of the Lewis & Clark Expedition," November 1998, Vol.24 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN Robert J. Moore, Jr., "The Making of a Myth: Did the Corps of Discovery Actually Eat Candles?," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 22.

    OPEN Robert J. Moore, Jr., "Pompey's Baptism: The christening of Jean Baptiste Charbonneau," February 2000, Vol.26 No. 1, Page 11.

    OPEN Robert J. Moore, Jr., "The Mythic Lewis and Clark," February 2000, Vol.26 No. 1, Page 36.

    OPEN Robert J. Moore, Jr., "Corps of Discovery Gravesites: Only 12 are known for sure-let's find the others!," May 2000, Vol.26 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN Robert J. Moore, Jr., "Lewis and Clark men: Company book records," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 22.

    OPEN Robert J. Moore, Jr., "Company Books: What they tell us about the Corps of Discovery," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 19.

    OPEN Robert J. Moore, Jr., "Corps of Discovery Hats: What did they really wear on their heads?," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 20.

    OPEN Robert J. Moore, Jr., "Neatness Mattered: Hair, beards, and the Corps of Discovery," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 23.

    OPEN Robert J. Moore, Jr., "Lisette Charhonneau's fate (Letter)," February 2005, Vol.31 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Robert J. Moore, Jr., "Lewis and Clark: Remaking the American West, 1808-1838," May 2007, Vol.33 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN Steve Morehouse, "Lewis's death still sparks debate and controversy (Letter)," February 2010, Vol.36 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN Larry E. Morris, "Dependable John Ordway: The Corps of Discovery's top sergeant was also its most consistent chronicler, but he left scant record of his post-expedition life," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 28.

    OPEN Larry E. Morris, "The Life of John Colter," November 2008, Vol.34 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN Larry E. Morris, "The War and the Corps: An Expedition Roster, 1812," February 2018, Vol.44 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN Wayne Moss, "Article misses mark (Letter)," November 1987, Vol.13 No. 4, Page 31.

    OPEN Gary E. Moulton, "Editor Announces New Edition Of The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition," October 1979, Vol.5 No. 4, Page 17.

    OPEN Gary E. Moulton, "Updating Lewis & Clark In Recent Periodicals," May 1980, Vol.6 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN Gary E. Moulton, "The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition: Beginning Again," November 1980, Vol.6 No. 4, Page 14.

    OPEN Gary E. Moulton, "Status Report: New Edition Of The Lewis And Clark Journals - University of Nebraska Press," November 1981, Vol.7 No. 4, Page 19.

    OPEN Gary E. Moulton, "Another Look at William Clark's Map of 1805," March 1983, Vol.9 No. 1, Page 19.

    OPEN Gary E. Moulton, "A Note on the White Pirogue," May 1986, Vol.12 No. 2, Page 22.

    OPEN Gary E. Moulton, "New Documents of Meriwether Lewis," November 1987, Vol.13 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN Gary E. Moulton, "Knife River Indian Villages," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 19.

    OPEN Gary E. Moulton, "Editing L&C journals progressing steadily, sales better than expected," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 22.

    OPEN Gary E. Moulton, "Pictures of An Expedition," November 1994, Vol.20 No. 4, Page 29.

    OPEN Gary E. Moulton, "V. Strode Hinds 1927-1997 (Obitiuary)," November 1997, Vol.23 No. 4, Page 22.

    OPEN Gary E. Moulton, "Journey's End: The editor of the Lewis and Clark journals looks back on his 20 - year adventure with the Corps of Discovery," November 2000, Vol.26 No. 4, Page 9.

    OPEN Gary E. Moulton, "L&C scholar Gary E. Moulton's remarks at the White House, July 3, 2002," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 44.

    OPEN Gary E. Moulton, "Journal excerpts: Cape Girardeau," February 2005, Vol.31 No. 1, Page 21.

    OPEN Gary E. Moulton, "Influential Americans: Elvis and P. T. Barnum outrank team of Lewis and Clark," January 2007, Vol.33 No. 1, Page 36.

    OPEN Gary E. Moulton, "Reminiscences of Ray: A Tribute to W. Raymond Wood, 1931-2020," February 2021, Vol.47 No. 1, Page 30.

    OPEN Gregg E. Moutoux, "In Brief: Sacagawea, more maps, new novel," May 2002, Vol.28 No. 2, Page 38.

    OPEN Frank Muhly, "New Treasures in Old Depositories (Philadelphia)," November 1992, Vol.18 No. 4, Page 18.

    OPEN Frank Muhly and Rosemary De Coste, "Montana Middle School Goes National!," August 1994, Vol.20 No. 3, Page 24.

    OPEN Frank Muhly, "Letters to the Editor," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN Frank Muhly, "Expanding the L&C Trail and story (Letter)," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Frank Muhly, "Expanding the Lewis and Clark Historic Trail (Letter)," February 2011, Vol.37 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN Frank Muhly, "Praise for John Jengo (Letter)," May 2015, Vol.41 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN Pierce Mullen, "Bozeman, Montana Chapter Creates Time Capsule," November 2011, Vol.37 No. 4, Page 7.

    OPEN Dan Murphy, "The Corps of Discovery: 'A Roaring Good Story' Awaiting Rediscovery," October 1979, Vol.5 No. 4, Page 12.

    OPEN Joseph A. Mussulman, "My Boy Pomp: About That name," May 1995, Vol.21 No. 2, Page 20.

    OPEN Joseph A. Mussulman, "Soundscapes... The Sonic Dimensions of the Lewis and Clark Expedition," November 1995, Vol.21 No. 4, Page 13.

    OPEN Joseph A. Mussulman, "'Moodus Noises'," November 1995, Vol.21 No. 4, Page 18.

    OPEN Joseph A. Mussulman, "Men in High Spirits: Humor on the Lewis and Clark Trail," May 1996, Vol.22 No. 2, Page 10.

    OPEN Joseph A. Mussulman, "The Greatest Harmony, 'Medicine Songs' on the Lewis & Clark Trail," November 1997, Vol.23 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN Joseph A. Mussulman, "Pomp's bier was a bar: Just what was it that got washed downstream at the Great Falls?," February 2001, Vol.27 No. 1, Page 40.

    OPEN Joseph A. Mussulman, "CD offers variety of music and teachable moments (Review)," May 2010, Vol.36 No. 2, Page 39.

    OPEN Terrence R. Nathan, "O! How Horriable is the Day: Science is mining the journals for insights into climate change," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 10.

    OPEN Jeannine Nauss and Kenneth Wilk, "Highways through History: The Modern Rivers of Lewis and Clark," August 2007, Vol.33 No. 3, Page 28.

    OPEN Jeannine Nauss, "Modern Corps manages rivers responsibly," August 2007, Vol.33 No. 3, Page 31.

    OPEN Sherri Nee, "Group to Discuss Death of Ivy's Meriwether Lewis," August 1994, Vol.20 No. 3, Page 26.

    OPEN Barbara Nell, "Don Nell (Letter)," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Donald F. Nell, "President Nell's Message," November 1988, Vol.14 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Donald F. Nell, "Message from President Nell," August 1989, Vol.15 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN Donald F. Nell, "President Nell's Message," February 1989, Vol.15 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Donald F. Nell, "Message from President Nell," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Donald F. Nell, "Where is the Salt?," May 1991, Vol.17 No. 2, Page 12.

    OPEN Donald F. Nell, "Can You Help Identify the Missing Statues?," August 1993, Vol.19 No. 3, Page 28.

    OPEN Donald F. Nell and Anthony Demetriades, "The Utmost Reaches of the Missouri: Two latter-day explorers describe their quest for the river's 'distant fountain'," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 29.

    OPEN Denise Nelson, "Balancing America's energy need with trail preservation (Trail Notes)," August 2010, Vol.36 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN W. Dale Nelson, "Variation on a Theme by Meriwether Lewis," May 1997, Vol.23 No. 2, Page 29.

    OPEN W. Dale Nelson, "Explorations: Three poems by W. Dale Nelson," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 33.

    OPEN W. Dale Nelson, "Charbonneau as 'wife beater' (Letter)," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN Rick Newby, "The Lost Journals of Sacajawea by Debra Magpie Earling (Book Review)," August 2012, Vol.38 No. 3, Page 29.

    OPEN Philippa Newfield and Phillp Gordon, "What is the Shortest Distance between Wolf Point and San Francisco? The Lewis and Clark Trail," November 2012, Vol.38 No. 4, Page 28.

    OPEN Philippa Newfield, "Artists on the Lewis and Clark Trail in Idaho and Washington," May 2013, Vol.39 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN Philippa Newfield, "A Message from the President," November 2016, Vol.42 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Philippa Newfield, "A Message from the President," August 2017, Vol.43 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Philippa Newfield, "A Message from the President," February 2017, Vol.43 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Philippa Newfield, "A Message from the President," May 2017, Vol.43 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Philippa Newfield, "A Message from the President," August 2018, Vol.44 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Philippa Newfield, "A Message from the President," February 2018, Vol.44 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Philippa Newfield, "A Message from the President," May 2018, Vol.44 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Philippa Newfield, "LCTHF Annual Report 2017-2018," November 2018, Vol.44 No. 4, Page 0.

    OPEN Philippa Newfield, "Adventures Across America: On and Off the Trail of Lewis and Clark (Book Review)," May 2021, Vol.47 No. 2, Page 35.

    OPEN Philippa Newfield, "Coming Home to Nez Perce Country: The Niimiipuu Campaign to Repatriate Their Exploited Heritage (Book Review)," May 2022, Vol.48 No. 2, Page 51.

    Print only: Philippa Newfield, "Day Hiking Essentials: A Folding Pocket Guide to Gear, Planning, & Useful Tips (book review)," August 2023, Vol.49 No. 3, Page 62.

    Print only: Philippa Newfield, "On the Trail of Jean Baptiste Charbonneau in California," November 2023, Vol.49 No. 4, Page 50.

    OPEN David L. Nicandri, "From the National Bicentennial Council," February 1999, Vol.25 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN David L. Nicandri, Sherman Fleek, and Pauline Griffin, "Chinook Point redux (3 Letters)," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN David L. Nicandri, "The Illusion of Cape Disappointment: Approaching the Pacific, what did Clark really see?," November 2004, Vol.30 No. 4, Page 15.

    OPEN David L. Nicandri, "Lewis's Note, Clark's letter: Creating the Expedition's Chronicle of Key Events," August 2006, Vol.32 No. 3, Page 26.

    OPEN David L. Nicandri, "Bicentennial: Look past the numbers," January 2007, Vol.33 No. 1, Page 31.

    OPEN David L. Nicandri, "Meriwether Lewis: The Solitary Hero," November 2009, Vol.35 No. 4, Page 8.

    OPEN David L. Nicandri, "Lewis and Clark in the Age of Cook: An Essay on Elightenment Exploration," November 2013, Vol.39 No. 4, Page 15.

    OPEN David L. Nicandri, "The Rhyme of the Great Navigator: The Literature of Captain Cook and Its Influence on the Journals of Lewis and Clark (Part 3: This Sublunary World)," August 2016, Vol.42 No. 3, Page 24.

    OPEN David L. Nicandri, "The Rhyme of the Great Navigator: The Literature of Captain Cook and Its Influence on the Journals of Lewis and Clark (Part 1: A Canoe's Teeth)," February 2016, Vol.42 No. 1, Page 22.

    OPEN David L. Nicandri, "The Rhyme of the Great Navigator: The Literature of Captain Cook and its Influence on the Journals of Lewis and Clark Part 2: The Grandest Sight," May 2016, Vol.42 No. 2, Page 17.

    OPEN David L. Nicandri, "Pure Water: Meriwether Lewis's Homesickness at Fort Clatsop," August 2017, Vol.43 No. 3, Page 10.

    OPEN David L. Nicandri, "Bitterroot: The Life and Death of Meriwether Lewis (Book Review)," August 2018, Vol.44 No. 3, Page 35.

    OPEN David L. Nicandri, "The Study of Lewis and Clark: Where We Are Now and Where We Ought to Go Next (Essay)," August 2018, Vol.44 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN David L. Nicandri, "Going with the Flow," May 2019, Vol.45 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN David L. Nicandri, "Endeavour: The Ship and Attitude that Changed the World (Book Review)," November 2019, Vol.45 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN David L. Nicandri, "The Cook Template," May 2020, Vol.46 No. 2, Page 14.

    OPEN Jack Nisbet, "Companion Journeys: David Thompson, Thomas Jefferson and the Corps of Discovery," August 2008, Vol.34 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN Jack Nisbet, "Suggested Reading List on David Thompson," August 2008, Vol.34 No. 3, Page 17.

    OPEN Jack Nisbet, "Clarkia, Douglas-Fir and Salal: David Douglas and the Corps of Discovery," May 2012, Vol.38 No. 2, Page 8.

    OPEN Jack Nisbet, "One of the Grateful Vegetables: Columbia Plateau Biscuitroots and the Corps of Discovery," February 2016, Vol.42 No. 1, Page 13.

    OPEN Jack Nisbet, "Many Forks: Towards a Geography of the Snake River Drainage," May 2019, Vol.45 No. 2, Page 26.

    OPEN Jack Nisbet, "Travels of the Longitude Master: David Thompson in Western North America 1784-1812," May 2020, Vol.46 No. 2, Page 22.

    Print only: Jeffery D. Nokes and Jay H. Buckley, "Teaching Critically about Lewis and Clark: Challenging Dominant Narratives in the K-12 Curriculum (Book Review)," November 2023, Vol.49 No. 4, Page 43.

    OPEN Dean Norman, "Seaman's fate (Letter)," May 2000, Vol.26 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Matt Nowak, "Lewis bronze on display in White House: Statuette of 'Lewis the Naturalist' includes his faithful Seaman," May 2000, Vol.26 No. 2, Page 31.

    OPEN Kevin O'Briant, "Too Ne's World: The Arikara Map and Native American Cartography," May 2018, Vol.44 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN Kevin O'Briant, "What's in a Name?: Understanding the Lewis and Clark Trail as a Cultural Landscape," August 2021, Vol.47 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN Dennis M. O'Connell, "Looking west and into the future from Monticello (Book Review)," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 30.

    OPEN Dennis M. O'Connell, "Essays explore L&C trek as a journey into a heart of darkness-and light (Book Review)," February 2001, Vol.27 No. 1, Page 34.

    OPEN Dennis M. O'Connell, "Two new books explore Sacagawea's relations with Lewis and Clark (Book Review)," February 2001, Vol.27 No. 1, Page 37.

    OPEN Dennis M. O'Connell, "Clay Jenkinson's multifaceted view of Meriwether Lewis (Book Review)," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 34.

    OPEN Dennis M. O'Connell, "Sacagawea's story blends facts and folk tradition (Book Review)," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 32.

    OPEN Dennis M. O'Connell, "This kids' book teaches while it entertains," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 35.

    OPEN Dennis M. O'Connell, "'My boy Pomp' in fact and legend, from Ft. Mandan to a grave in Oregon," May 2002, Vol.28 No. 2, Page 36.

    OPEN Dennis M. O'Connell, "'Eclipse' casts a brooding shadow on the bright adventure of Lewis and Clark (Book Review)," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 33.

    OPEN Dennis M. O'Connell, "Hall's novel of L&C aims high - and hits mark (Book Review)," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 37.

    OPEN Dennis M. O'Connell, "New biography explores William Clark's seminal role in American expansion (Book Review)," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 30.

    OPEN Dennis M. O'Connell, "Tales of intrigue in Jefferson's West (Book Review)," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 40.

    OPEN Dennis M. O'Connell, "A rollicking 'True' saga of an alternative Corps of Discovery (Book Review)," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 38.

    OPEN Dennis M. O'Connell, "New, updated edition of user-friendly L&C guide (Book Review)," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 47.

    OPEN Dennis M. O'Connell, "Morris chronicles afterlife of the Corps of Discovery (Book Review)," November 2004, Vol.30 No. 4, Page 29.

    OPEN Dennis M. O'Connell, "Lewis and Clark saga renders voices of the Corps of Discovery in blank verse (Book Review)," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 28.

    OPEN Dennis M. O'Connell, "Skullduggery and intrigue stalk novel about Lewis's fatal, final journey (Book Review)," November 2006, Vol.32 No. 4, Page 31.

    OPEN Charles Odegaard, "Charles H. Odegaard's Address at the Foundation's 18th Annual Banquet: Portland, Oregon, August 20, 1986," November 1986, Vol.12 No. 4, Page 15.

    OPEN Sara V. Olds, "Music of the Lewis and Clark Expedition: On the trail with violin in hand," November 2010, Vol.36 No. 4, Page 7.

    OPEN Rose Oleson, "Missouri River site dedicated," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Jeffrey Olson, "Trail stewardship: spreading the 'R' word," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN Jeffrey Olson, "Fire update; industrial site threatens Pompey's Pillar; private lands inventory," November 2000, Vol.26 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN Jeffrey Olson, "Forest Service seeks to minimize tourist impact on Lemhi Pass," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 29.

    OPEN Jeffrey Olson, "Pompey's Pillar, Breaks closer to Monument status; respecting sacred sites," February 2001, Vol.27 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN Jeffrey Olson, "Rehabilitating fire-damaged forests along L&C Trail," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN Jeffrey Olson, "Reflections on September 11; protecting Bozeman Pass and Tower Rock," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN Jeffrey Olson, "The 'great cleanup' restores a Nez Perce site along the L&C Trail," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN Jeffrey Olson, "Watchwords for the bicentennial: discover, explore, respect," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 8.

    OPEN Jeffrey Olson, "Advice to trail stewards: Thinking 'small' can yield big results," May 2002, Vol.28 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN Jeffrey Olson, "Eyes and ears along the Lewis and Clark Trail," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN Jeffrey Olson, "L&C Trail managers try to keep pace with increasing numbers of visitors," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 8.

    OPEN Kerry Oman, "Serendipity: A newly discovered letter reveals that John Ordway planned to publish his expedition journal," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 7.

    OPEN Cynthia Orlando, "Fort Clatsop: End of the Trail," November 1992, Vol.18 No. 4, Page 23.

    OPEN Cynthia Orlando, "President's Message," November 1999, Vol.25 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Cynthia Orlando, "Past and future," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN Cynthia Orlando, "Partnering into the future," May 2000, Vol.26 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Evelyn L. Orr, "Spare us 'postmodernist' takes on Lewis & Clark (Letter)," May 2005, Vol.31 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Evelyn L. Orr, "Gunshots at Grinder's Stand (Letter)," February 2006, Vol.32 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Evelyn L. Orr, John W. Jengo, and Michael Carrick, "Letters," November 2014, Vol.40 No. 4, Page 7.

    OPEN Evelyn L. Orr, "To: Robert Clark, editor, and Editorial Advisory Board (Letter)," August 2015, Vol.41 No. 3, Page 8.

    OPEN Jared Orsi, "Exact Contemporaries: Zebulan Pike's Expeditions in the American West," May 2020, Vol.46 No. 2, Page 30.

    OPEN Eugene Bass Painter, Marion Tinling, and Ron Laycock, "Corps of Discovery gravesites (Letters)," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN David Palmer, "Mark Twain on bars," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Caroline Patterson, "Editor's Note," August 2012, Vol.38 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Carolyn Patterson, "Gary Moulton: A Voyage of Discovery," November 2012, Vol.38 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN Charles C. (Chris) Patton, "Letter to the Editor From Director Patton," November 1983, Vol.9 No. 4, Page 20.

    OPEN Charles C. (Chris) Patton, "Foundation Members Ride Idaho's Lolo Trail," November 1985, Vol.11 No. 4, Page 28.

    OPEN Charles C. (Chris) Patton, "Ballad of Lewis & Clark-1970 (Letter)," August 1996, Vol.22 No. 3, Page 29.

    OPEN David J. Peck, "Announcing our Third Century Endowment Fund (President's Message)," February 2006, Vol.32 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN David J. Peck, "The Death of Meriwether Lewis: Exploring the myths and probabilities surrounding the controversy," November 2009, Vol.35 No. 4, Page 16.

    OPEN David J. Peck, "I applaud Thomas Danisi's meticulous dissection of the term 'hypochondriac affections' (Letter)," August 2010, Vol.36 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN David J. Peck, "My article, 'The Death of Meriwether Lewis' (Letter)," May 2010, Vol.36 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN David J. Peck, "Facts are stubborn things' (Letter)," August 2013, Vol.39 No. 3, Page 15.

    OPEN David and Marti Peck, "The Death of Meriwether Lewis: A Search for Truth," February 2022, Vol.48 No. 1, Page 30.

    Print only: David and Marti Peck, "To the Editor," November 2023, Vol.49 No. 4, Page 51.

    OPEN Robert McCracken Peck, "A sumptuously illustrated bibliography from Lewis and Clark College (Book Review)," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 43.

    OPEN James M. Peterson, "The Ionia Volcano Location (Letter)," August 2014, Vol.40 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN Gary Peterson, "Hunt on Corvus Creek: A primer on the care and operation of flintlock rifles as practiced by the Corps of Discovery," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 26.

    OPEN James M. Peterson, "President's Message," August 1998, Vol.24 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN James M. Peterson, "President's Message," February 1998, Vol.24 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN James M. Peterson, "President's Message," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Jim Peterson, "Burning Bluffs Location Misidentified (Letter)," May 2012, Vol.38 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN Ottis Peterson and Ralph Space, "Letters (Exchange between Ralph Space and Ottis Peterson)," August 1987, Vol.13 No. 3, Page 9.

    OPEN Ottis Peterson, "Administering the L&C route over the Lolo Trail," May 1987, Vol.13 No. 2, Page 15.

    OPEN Stephanie Pettit, "The Story of Two Sacajaweas," August 2015, Vol.41 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN Davette C. Pittman, "L&C inspired astronaut," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Martin Plamondon II, "The Instruments of Lewis and Clark," February 1991, Vol.17 No. 1, Page 7.

    OPEN Martin Plamondon II, "West Bound In '92," November 1991, Vol.17 No. 4, Page 16.

    OPEN Martin Plamondon II, "A Preview of the 24th Annual Meeting, August 1-4, 1992: Vancouver, Washington," January 1992, Vol.18 No. 1, Page 18.

    OPEN Martin Plamondon II, "Twenty-Fourth Annual Meeting, Vancouver Washington: August 1-4, 1992," May 1992, Vol.18 No. 2, Page 20.

    OPEN Martin Plamondon II, "Hazel Bain (Obituary)," May 1993, Vol.19 No. 2, Page 26.

    OPEN Martin Plamondon II, "Doctor Eldon George (Frenchy) Chuinard (Obituary)," May 1993, Vol.19 No. 2, Page 24.

    OPEN Martin Plamondon II, "The Columbia River Gorge: A Place of Time and Wonder," November 1996, Vol.22 No. 4, Page 12.

    OPEN Martin Plamondon II, "Roll on Columbia...a Postscript," February 1998, Vol.24 No. 1, Page 20.

    OPEN Martin Plamondon II, "Decision at Chinook Point: In determining the best place to winter on the Pacific, the captains took a vote. Or did they?," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 13.

    OPEN Martin Plamondon II, "Vote? Poll? Consultation? How different writers have interpreted the events at Chinook Point," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 16.

    OPEN Marcia Poole, "Sioux City Road Trip: The journey expands at the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center/Betty Strong Encounter Center," February 2014, Vol.40 No. 1, Page 33.

    OPEN Don Popejoy, "Honoring Lewis (Letter)," August 2007, Vol.33 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Don Popejoy, "I enjoyed immensely the February 2010 issue of WPO for several reasons (Letter)," August 2010, Vol.36 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Don Popejoy, "Lewis's death still sparks debate and controversy (Letter)," February 2010, Vol.36 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN Don Popejoy, "Gass grandon's grave found (Letter)," May 2011, Vol.37 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Don Popejoy, Tom Jacobs, and W. R. Swagerty, "Some final words on Benemann's 'My Friend and Companion'," November 2015, Vol.41 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN Tracy Potter, "George Armstrong Custer and the Mandan Indians," August 1998, Vol.24 No. 3, Page 14.

    OPEN Tracy Potter, "The War of 1812 on the Northern Plains," February 2018, Vol.44 No. 1, Page 17.

    OPEN Vernon Preston, "Forecast: Variable (A weather sampler on the Lewis and Clark Trail)," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 19.

    OPEN John Puckett, "Fire Impacts on the Bitterroot Valley: Today's landscape differs greatly from the one viewed by the Corps of Discovery," November 2007, Vol.33 No. 4, Page 12.

    OPEN John Puckett, "Was Toby Lost?: The Shoshone Guide and the Corps in the Bitterroot Mountains," August 2011, Vol.37 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN John Puckett, "Prickly Pear Cactus: An Unexpected Adversary," November 2013, Vol.39 No. 4, Page 11.

    OPEN John Puckett, "Who Were They? An examination of the encounter at Travelers' Rest, September 10, 1805," May 2016, Vol.42 No. 2, Page 24.

    Print only: Chuck Raddon, "Idaho Day Hikes: A Folding Guide to Easy & Accessible Trails (Book Review)," February 2023, Vol.49 No. 1, Page 51.

    OPEN Penny Raddon, Sondra Annis, and Carol Lynn MacGregor, "'Iron Horse Follies:' The The adventures of the 'Discovery Corps of 1990,' who precariously followed the footsteps of Lewis and Clark one hundred eighty-five years later on the awesome Lolo Trail," November 1990, Vol.16 No. 4, Page 21.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Staying adaptable, working together," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "On-the-job (and in-the-field) training," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Tales of the Lolo Motorway: sweat, bears, wolves, and Lucy Marks," November 2004, Vol.30 No. 4, Page 43.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "L&C Trail offers a continuing opportunity for rediscovery and renewal," August 2005, Vol.31 No. 3, Page 8.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Flathead Chapter organizes L&C 'welcome' for Montana school kids," August 2005, Vol.31 No. 3, Page 40.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Stewardship initiatives focus on diversity, advocacy, unity, partnerships," February 2005, Vol.31 No. 1, Page 40.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Partnering with Congress and federal agencies to preserve the L&C Trail," May 2005, Vol.31 No. 2, Page 8.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Stewardship initiatives look toward L&C tricentennial," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 8.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "U.S. Mint funds aid stewardship efforts," August 2006, Vol.32 No. 3, Page 40.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Creating linkages through trail stewardship," February 2006, Vol.32 No. 1, Page 10.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Another important legacy," May 2006, Vol.32 No. 2, Page 44.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Volunteer efforts more crucial than ever as federal support declines," May 2006, Vol.32 No. 2, Page 44.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "The L&C Bicentennial is over, but the work goes on," November 2006, Vol.32 No. 4, Page 38.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Make your own discoveries and stay fit on the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail," May 2007, Vol.33 No. 2, Page 31.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Trail activities focus on assessment, preservation and planning for the future," May 2007, Vol.33 No. 2, Page 36.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Trail study legislation introduced," November 2007, Vol.33 No. 4, Page 25.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Development proposed at arch," November 2007, Vol.33 No. 4, Page 25.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Foundation elects board of directors and selects slate of officers for 2007-08," November 2007, Vol.33 No. 4, Page 23.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Preserved in Poetry," August 2008, Vol.34 No. 3, Page 36.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Volunteer opportunities abound," February 2008, Vol.34 No. 1, Page 36.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Making sense of the Lolo Trail National Historic Landmark and its national historic trails," February 2008, Vol.34 No. 1, Page 24.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Editor's Note," May 2008, Vol.34 No. 2, Page 7.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Issue explores the triumphs and accomplishments of Lewis's life through newly discovered letters he wrote before, during and after the expedition," August 2009, Vol.35 No. 3, Page 6.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "November issue to arrive in October," August 2009, Vol.35 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "2009 annual meeting promises to be memorable: Attendees will retrace the final journey of Meriwether Lewis," August 2009, Vol.35 No. 3, Page 52.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "November issue to arrive in October," May 2009, Vol.35 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Foundation hosts 12th conference on national scenic and historic trails," November 2009, Vol.35 No. 4, Page 36.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Editor's Note," November 2009, Vol.35 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Issue previews annual meeting presentations," November 2009, Vol.35 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Editor proceeds on to next great adventure," August 2010, Vol.36 No. 3, Page 40.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Welcome Stephen Forrest," February 2010, Vol.36 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Honoring Dear Friends," February 2010, Vol.36 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "A Letter From Our Retiring Editor," November 2010, Vol.36 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Volunteers: The Heart and Soul of LCTHF (Letter)," November 2011, Vol.37 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Pocahontas and Sacagawea: Interwoven Legacies in American History (Book Review)," February 2016, Vol.42 No. 1, Page 29.

    OPEN Wendy Raney, "Awards (L&C Roundup)," February 2016, Vol.42 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN Charles E. Rankin, "Along the Trail with Lewis and Clark: A Guide to the Trail Today, Third Edition (Book Review)," August 2022, Vol.48 No. 3, Page 48.

    OPEN Jay Rasmussen, "Lewis and Clark on the Information Superhighway," May 1996, Vol.22 No. 2, Page 21.

    OPEN Jay Rasmussen, "In the works: a new version of Riversong," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 33.

    OPEN Jay Rasmussen, "The hills are alive with the sound of Lewis & Clark (Album Reviews)," May 2000, Vol.26 No. 2, Page 28.

    OPEN Jay Rasmussen, "Songs for the campfire and winter lodge (Review)," February 2001, Vol.27 No. 1, Page 35.

    OPEN Jay Rasmussen, "The L&C saga in new songs by Kindra Ankney (Review)," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 33.

    OPEN Jay Rasmussen, "Library of Congress on line (Letter)," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Jay Rasmussen, "Folk-country blend captures L&C spirit (Music Review)," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 33.

    OPEN Jay Rasmussen, "A musical adventure with voyageur Pierre Cruzatte and his fiddle (Book Review)," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 38.

    OPEN R.T. Ravenholt, "The Death of Sergeant Charles Floyd: Was it the Water or the Cure?," February 2013, Vol.39 No. 1, Page 27.

    OPEN Ray Breun, "Lewis & Clark: Historic Places Associated with Their Continental Exploration (1804-06) (Book Review)," November 1993, Vol.19 No. 4, Page 21.

    Print only: Deveney Reber and Jay H. Buckley, "Forgotten Brother Reuben Lewis: Missouri River Fur Trader and Indian Agent for the Arkansas Cherokees," February 2023, Vol.49 No. 1, Page 20.

    OPEN E. Lloyd Rees, "Letter to the Editor," February 1993, Vol.19 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Mike Rees, "Cape Disappointment (Letter 2)," February 2005, Vol.31 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Mike Rees, "Ocean in View? A scientific analysis of the view from Pillar Rock on November 7, 1805," May 2009, Vol.35 No. 2, Page 22.

    OPEN Mike Rees, "Surveyor's derived formula for determining how much of an object's height is hidden from view due to effects of earth's curvature and atmospheric refraction," May 2009, Vol.35 No. 2, Page 24.

    OPEN Willis G. Regier, "Concern for excellence delayed publication (Letter)," May 1987, Vol.13 No. 2, Page 31.

    OPEN Bill Relch, "'Travellers Rest' organized," August 1987, Vol.13 No. 3, Page 28.

    OPEN Larry Remele, "New North Dakota Heritage Center Exhibit Features Plains Explorers," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 12.

    OPEN Brenden Rensink, "If a Passage Could be Found: The power of myth (and money) in North American exploration," May 2010, Vol.36 No. 2, Page 8.

    OPEN Brenden Rensink, "A Brief Chronology of the Search for a Passage to the Far East," May 2010, Vol.36 No. 2, Page 16.

    OPEN J. Wilmer Rigby, "Where the Mountains Come Close to the Rivers: A Modern Look at the Route of Clark's Salmon River Reconnaissance," February 1990, Vol.16 No. 1, Page 25.

    OPEN Louis Ritten, "Jouett and Clark (Letter)," August 2014, Vol.40 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN Louis Ritten, "The Natchez Trace and Andrew Jackson, 1815," August 2015, Vol.41 No. 3, Page 33.

    OPEN Louis Ritten, "1815 Battle of New Orleans Reenacted at Bicentennial Commemoration," May 2015, Vol.41 No. 2, Page 37.

    OPEN Louis Ritten, "Exploring the Corps by Adoring and Imploring (Letter)," November 2016, Vol.42 No. 4, Page 7.

    OPEN Louis Ritten, "A Message from the President," November 2018, Vol.44 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Louis Ritten, "A Message from the President," August 2019, Vol.45 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Louis Ritten, "A Message from the President," February 2019, Vol.45 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Louis Ritten, "A Message from the President," May 2019, Vol.45 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Louis Ritten, "A Message from the President," November 2019, Vol.45 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Louis Ritten, "A Message from the President," August 2020, Vol.46 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Louis Ritten, "A Message from the President," February 2020, Vol.46 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Louis Ritten, "FY 19 Annual Report: October 1, 2018 September 30, 2019," February 2020, Vol.46 No. 1, Page 42.

    OPEN Louis Ritten, "A Message from the President," May 2020, Vol.46 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Louis Ritten, "A Message from the President," November 2020, Vol.46 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Louis Ritten, "A Message from the President," August 2021, Vol.47 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Louis Ritten, "A Message from the President," February 2021, Vol.47 No. 1, Page 1.

    OPEN Louis Ritten, "A Message from the President," May 2021, Vol.47 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Louis Ritten, "A Message from the President," November 2021, Vol.47 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Louis Ritten, "A Message from the President," August 2022, Vol.48 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Louis Ritten, "A Message from the President," February 2022, Vol.48 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Louis Ritten, "A Message From the President," May 2022, Vol.48 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Shaina Robbins, "Forging for Food: Blacksmiths of the Lewis and Clark Expedition," August 2011, Vol.37 No. 3, Page 10.

    OPEN Barbara Roberts, "State of Oregon 1993 Thomas Jefferson Honored Citizen Posthumous Award," May 1993, Vol.19 No. 2, Page 25.

    OPEN Jack Robertson, "Lewis and Clark: Alive and Well at Monticello (L&C Roundup)," February 2019, Vol.45 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN Ann Rogers, "St. Louis Chapter to present Journals," August 1987, Vol.13 No. 3, Page 34.

    OPEN Ann Rogers, "Was it the pawpaws?," February 1987, Vol.13 No. 1, Page 17.

    OPEN Ann Rogers, "Metro St. Louis Chapter takes riverboat cruise," November 1987, Vol.13 No. 4, Page 28.

    OPEN Ann Rogers, "New Saint Has Link to Capt. Clark," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 21.

    OPEN Ann Rogers, "Annual L&C Rendezvous: Enjoyable History Lesson," August 1989, Vol.15 No. 3, Page 24.

    OPEN Ann Rogers, "We Met Them at the Fair: Lewis and Clark Commemorated at the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition Part 1," August 1995, Vol.21 No. 3, Page 20.

    OPEN Ann Rogers, "We Met Them at the Fair: Lewis and Clark Commemorated at the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition-Part 2," November 1995, Vol.21 No. 4, Page 20.

    OPEN Ann Rogers, "A Grand Tower: The Mississippi's Tower Rock," February 1998, Vol.24 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN Ann Rogers, "Clark's Fort Osage Journal," August 1999, Vol.25 No. 3, Page 24.

    OPEN Ann Rogers, "Clark's life documented on film (Film Review)," November 2009, Vol.35 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN Ann Rogers, "'Hypocondriac Affections': Letters help define Jefferson's phrase," February 2010, Vol.36 No. 1, Page 33.

    OPEN James P. Ronda, "Frazer's Razor: The Ethnohistory of a Common Object," August 1981, Vol.7 No. 3, Page 12.

    OPEN James P. Ronda, "The Names of the Nations: Lewis and Clark as Ethnographers," November 1981, Vol.7 No. 4, Page 12.

    OPEN James P. Ronda, "St. Louis Welcomes and Toasts the Lewis and Clark Expedition: A Newly Discovered 1806 Newspaper Account," February 1987, Vol.13 No. 1, Page 19.

    OPEN James P. Ronda, "In Memoriam Donald Jackson," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 25.

    OPEN James P. Ronda, "A Most Perfect Harmony: Life at Fort Mandan," November 1988, Vol.14 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN James P. Ronda, "Imagining the West Through the Eyes of Lewis & Clark," May 1992, Vol.18 No. 2, Page 21.

    OPEN James P. Ronda, "The ' Core' of Discovery," February 1999, Vol.25 No. 1, Page 18.

    OPEN James P. Ronda, "Tough Times at the Bad: Ignorant of plains politics, Lewis and Clark barely averted disaster in their encounter with Black Buffalo's people," May 2002, Vol.28 No. 2, Page 12.

    OPEN Donald W. Rose, "Captain Lewis's Iron Boat: 'The Experiment'," May 1981, Vol.7 No. 2, Page 4.

    Print only: James Rosenberger, "Let us Honor Jim Gramentine," August 2023, Vol.49 No. 3, Page 64.

    OPEN James Rosenberger, "The 1901 bison (a.k.a. Lewis & Clark) note (Letter)," November 2006, Vol.32 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Julianne Ruby, "Robert Weir's L&C collectibles on display," February 2000, Vol.26 No. 1, Page 33.

    OPEN Julianne Ruby, "Goals set for 2000," February 2000, Vol.26 No. 1, Page 32.

    OPEN Lawrence A. Rudner and Hans A. Heynau, "Re-creating Lewis's Fort Mandan latitude for November 11, 1804," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 29.

    OPEN Lawrence A. Rudner and Hans A. Heynau, "Adjusting the Sextant for Index Error," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 27.

    OPEN Lawrence A. Rudner, "Revisiting Fort Mandan's Latitude: Lewis got it almost right," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 27.

    OPEN Thomas C. Rust, "The Abduction of Sacagawea ," Spring 1976, Vol.2 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN Thomas C. Rust, "Archaeological Findings of Clark's Yellowstone River Canoe Camp: A Final Assessment," February 2017, Vol.43 No. 1, Page 11.

    OPEN Bob Saindon, "President Saindon's Message," August 1980, Vol.6 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN Robert A. Saindon, "The Lost Vocabularies of the Lewis & Clark Expedition," July 1977, Vol.3 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Robert A. Saindon, "President Saindon's Message," October 1979, Vol.5 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Robert A. Saindon, "ONLY ONE MAN DIED: The Medical Aspects of the Lewis and Clark Expedition (Book Review)," October 1979, Vol.5 No. 4, Page 18.

    OPEN Robert A. Saindon, "President Saindon's Message," February 1980, Vol.6 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Robert A. Saindon, "Symbol of Peace; Sign of Allegiance; Banner of Pride: The Flags of the Lewis and Clark Expedition," November 1981, Vol.7 No. 4, Page 22.

    OPEN Robert A. Saindon, "They left their mark: Tracing the obscure graffiti of the Lewis and Clark Expedition," August 1987, Vol.13 No. 3, Page 10.

    OPEN Robert A. Saindon, "Old Menard," May 1987, Vol.13 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN Robert A. Saindon, "Lewis and Clark and the Legend of the 'Little People'," May 1987, Vol.13 No. 2, Page 16.

    OPEN Robert A. Saindon, "Captain Clark's Plan to Enter into the Horse Trade Business," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 25.

    OPEN Robert A. Saindon, "Captain Lewis and the Camera Obscura," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 23.

    OPEN Robert A. Saindon, "Various Spellings of the Name Sacajawea 1805-1828," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 7.

    OPEN Robert A. Saindon, "Sacajawea, Boat Launcher: The origin and meaning of a name ... Maybe," August 1988, Vol.14 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Robert A. Saindon, "The Resurgence of Colter Falls," November 1988, Vol.14 No. 4, Page 24.

    OPEN Robert A. Saindon, "Clark's Lookout: An Interpretation of an Age-Old Landmark," February 1989, Vol.15 No. 1, Page 18.

    OPEN Robert A. Saindon, "New L&C Video Available," February 1989, Vol.15 No. 1, Page 31.

    OPEN Robert A. Saindon, "Annual Meeting Tours to Cover 450 Miles of Lewis and Clark Trail," February 1989, Vol.15 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Robert A. Saindon, "President Jefferson's Letter of Credit: Why So Many Copies?," May 1989, Vol.15 No. 2, Page 10.

    OPEN Robert A. Saindon, "Notes for the Next WPO Editor," August 1990, Vol.16 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Robert A. Saindon, "The Unhappy Affair on Two Medicine River," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 12.

    OPEN Robert A. Saindon, "Lewis's account of the 'unhappy affair'," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 22.

    OPEN Shirley Salemy, "Clues from Old Fires Fuel More Digging," August 1992, Vol.18 No. 3, Page 30.

    OPEN John H. Sandy, "A scholarly overview of the L&C Expedition (Book Review)," February 2005, Vol.31 No. 1, Page 33.

    OPEN John H. Sandy, "Essays present Lewis & Clark in broader context (Book Review)," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 29.

    OPEN John H. Sandy, "New biography tracks the remarkable life of Jean Baptiste ('Pomp')," February 2006, Vol.32 No. 1, Page 43.

    OPEN Ralph Saunders, "Using Modern Technology to Help Solve a 200 - Year Old Mystery: The Search for 'Clark's Canoe Camp' on the Yellowstone," November 2011, Vol.37 No. 4, Page 18.

    OPEN Ralph Saunders, "Clarks Crossing Interpretive Panel Dedication," February 2017, Vol.43 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN James R. Sayce, "Chinookan Peoples of the Lower Columbia (Book Review)," February 2015, Vol.41 No. 1, Page 31.

    OPEN James R. Sayce, "A Message from the President," November 2022, Vol.48 No. 4, Page 3.

    Print only: James R. Sayce, "A Message from the President," August 2023, Vol.49 No. 3, Page 3.

    Print only: James R. Sayce, "A Message from the President," February 2023, Vol.49 No. 1, Page 3.

    Print only: James R. Sayce, "A Message from the President," May 2023, Vol.49 No. 2, Page 3.

    Print only: James R. Sayce, "A Message from the President," November 2023, Vol.49 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Chelsey and Carole Schart, "Volunteers for Trail Project Say 'It Was Great!'," August 1997, Vol.23 No. 3, Page 18.

    OPEN Richard D. Scheuerman, "Lewis and Clark, and Arden: Mrs. Johnson and the Student Corps of Discovery," February 2015, Vol.41 No. 1, Page 21.

    OPEN Jane Schmoyer-Weber, "Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center Comes Into Focus," May 1991, Vol.17 No. 2, Page 8.

    OPEN Jane Schmoyer-Weber, "The Archivist Is In...," August 1999, Vol.25 No. 3, Page 38.

    OPEN Robert Kelley Schneiders, "A Butiful Plain: The Oacoma Bottom, the Missouri River and the Legacy of Lewis and Clark," May 2019, Vol.45 No. 2, Page 18.

    OPEN Blanche Schroer, "Book Review: Sacagawea of the Lewis and Clark Expedition," August 1980, Vol.6 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN Paul Schullery, "Bear facts (Letter)," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 3.

    Print only: Sara A. Scott, "An Archaeological Journey Along the Road to the Buffalo Trail," May 2023, Vol.49 No. 2, Page 13.

    OPEN Phil Scriver, "Lewis's Iron Boat," August 1997, Vol.23 No. 3, Page 12.

    OPEN Phil Scriver, "History with a Hearty Zest," August 1997, Vol.23 No. 3, Page 10.

    OPEN Phil Scriver, "'98 Annual Meeting Planning Starts," August 1997, Vol.23 No. 3, Page 10.

    OPEN Phil Scriver, "Clark's Road," November 1997, Vol.23 No. 4, Page 15.

    OPEN Phil Scriver, "From the Mouth of the Marias to the Gates of the Mountains," February 1998, Vol.24 No. 1, Page 13.

    OPEN Phil Scriver, "Monday, June 17, 1805," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 24.

    OPEN Phil Scriver, "Reconsidering Charbonneau (Letter)," May 2000, Vol.26 No. 2, Page 2.

    Print only: Alexandria Searls, "Messages in the Bas Relief: Charlottesville's Dismantled Monument to Lewis, Clark, and Sacajawea," August 2023, Vol.49 No. 3, Page 42.

    OPEN Manda Severin, "The Meriwethers: Connecting Students to the Corps of Discovery Through Art and Music," February 2019, Vol.45 No. 1, Page 28.

    OPEN Bill Shad, "L&C historic trees (Letter)," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Ed Shelden, "End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center," May 1997, Vol.23 No. 2, Page 18.

    OPEN William P. Sherman and Arlen J. Large, "Giant Mural Portrays Lewis and Clark Portage of the Great Falls of the Missouri," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 1.

    OPEN William P. Sherman, "Reenactment of the Expedition's 18 Mile Portage Great Falls Centennial Event," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 31.

    OPEN William P. Sherman, "President Sherman's Message," November 1984, Vol.10 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN William P. Sherman, "President Sherman's Message," August 1985, Vol.11 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN William P. Sherman, "President Sherman's Message," February 1985, Vol.11 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN William P. Sherman, "President Sherman's Message," May 1985, Vol.11 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN William P. Sherman, "Lewis and Clark and the Filson Club: Louisville, Kentucky," August 1986, Vol.12 No. 3, Page 20.

    OPEN Glenn Shock, "Sacagawea's fate (Letter)," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Malcolm K. Shuman and James Alexander Thom, "Fiction Reviews (Letters)," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN A. Fraser Siehl, "The Eyes of 'St. Peter': The 'one-eyed' fiddle player's vision," November 2007, Vol.33 No. 4, Page 6.

    OPEN Gladys Silk, "'Sacagawea River' Name Restored," August 1980, Vol.6 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Jeremy Skinner, "Appeal for books (Letter)," November 2000, Vol.26 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Jeremy Skinner, "Apocrypha sought (Letter)," February 2001, Vol.27 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Jeremy Skinner, "Auction set for spring," February 2001, Vol.27 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN Jeremy Skinner, "Silent auction details," May 2001, Vol.27 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN Peter D. Sleeth, "Where the Ghosts Echo," November 1997, Vol.23 No. 4, Page 28.

    OPEN Daniel Slosberg, "Music, mirth, and Pierre Cruzatte: The nearsighted fiddler captivates both father and son, but for different reasons," May 2000, Vol.26 No. 2, Page 36.

    OPEN Bill Smith, "Wilbur and Orville, William and Meriwether: The inventors and the explorers shared many things in common," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 52.

    OPEN Bill Smith, "Sacagawea and Susan B. Anthony: The Bird Woman and the campaigner for women's suffrage crossed paths a century ago," February 2005, Vol.31 No. 1, Page 44.

    OPEN Kathryn L. Downing Smith, "Remembering Patrick Gass: He sang 'queer Irish songs' and had a cat named Sacagawea," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 21.

    OPEN Kathryn L. Downing Smith, "Patrick Gass's Missing Journal: Lost in Flood," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 24.

    OPEN Jim Smithers, "The Realities and Complexities of Food for Sir Alexander Mackenzie (1789) and Canada Sea-to-Sea (1989)," February 1989, Vol.15 No. 1, Page 22.

    OPEN Dustin Solberg, "Lewis and Clark Revival in Full Swing: Buffs search for heroes and find a region invaded by weeds and tourists," February 2000, Vol.26 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN Ralph S. Space, "Lewis and Clark Grove: Clearwater National Forest, Idaho," February 1977, Vol.3 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN Ralph Space, "Weippe Prairie: Lewis And Clark Meeting The Nez Perce," May 1990, Vol.16 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Everett L. Sparks, "Where the Trail Begins: The Illinois Legacy to the Lewis and Clark Expedition," February 1988, Vol.14 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN Stan Spencer, "The Long View: Teaching as an Act of Faith - Can one person really make a difference?," February 2011, Vol.37 No. 1, Page 32.

    OPEN Frances H. Stadler, "St. Louis in 1804," February 1994, Vol.20 No. 1, Page 11.

    OPEN Marcia Staigmiller, "Portage Route Chapter: Great Falls, Montana," May 1995, Vol.21 No. 2, Page 26.

    OPEN Bob Stalder, "On the Research Trail with Stephen Ambrose," August 2022, Vol.48 No. 3, Page 45.

    OPEN Bruce Stark, "Celestial navigation (Letter)," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Peter Stark, "Lessons from Tende Pass: How Jefferson's Travels in the Alps Laid the Groundwork for Exploring the American West," February 2012, Vol.38 No. 1, Page 8.

    OPEN Eileen Starr, "Celestial Navigation Basics: How the captains found latitude and (sometimes) longitude," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 12.

    OPEN Eileen Starr, "Introduction: Celestial Navigation on the L&C Expedition," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 11.

    OPEN Eileen Starr, "Lewis's latitudes and longitudes reported to Jefferson, September 1806," November 2001, Vol.27 No. 4, Page 17.

    OPEN Hal Stearns, "Out West-An American Journey (Book Review)," August 1987, Vol.13 No. 3, Page 38.

    OPEN Hal Stearns, "Education (Letter)," January 2007, Vol.33 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN Richard K. Stenberg, "Rene Jusseaume on the upper Missouri: This 'cultural primitive' served ably as Lewis and Clark's liaison to the Mandans," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 16.

    OPEN Richard K. Stenberg, "John Newman: 'A Man of Uncommon Activity and Bodily Strength'," November 2008, Vol.34 No. 4, Page 24.

    OPEN Gail M. Stensland, "President Stensland's Message," October 1977, Vol.3 No. 4, Page 1.

    OPEN Gail M. Stensland, "President Stensland's Message," July 1978, Vol.4 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN Nicole Stevenson, "Following the Trail of Lewis and Clark," May 1990, Vol.16 No. 2, Page 26.

    OPEN John H. Stofiel, "The Mystery of the Third Corn Mill," May 1986, Vol.12 No. 2, Page 19.

    OPEN John L. Stoner, "The Iron Boat (Letter)," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN John L. Stoner and Michael Carrick, "Lewis's iron boat and its enduring mysteries (2 Letters)," November 2003, Vol.29 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN John L. Stoner and H. Carl Camp, "Iron boat did not 'fill' with water (Letter and Rejoinder)," May 2008, Vol.34 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN John L. Stoner, "Dear Editor (Letter)," August 2015, Vol.41 No. 3, Page 7.

    OPEN Michael A. Stout, "The Washer Woman of Camp Dubois," November 2019, Vol.45 No. 4, Page 19.

    OPEN Timothy Strain, "Hardened to Hickory: The Missing Chapter in Andrew Jackson's Life (Book Review)," November 2019, Vol.45 No. 4, Page 32.

    OPEN Trent Strickland, "The Corps of Discovery's Forgotten Sergeant: Lewis and Clark entrusted Richard Warfington with responsibilities far beyond his corporal's rank," February 2005, Vol.31 No. 1, Page 10.

    OPEN Trent Strickland, "Fort Southwest Point and the Corps of Discovery," November 2014, Vol.40 No. 4, Page 27.

    OPEN Trent Strickland, "The Returned Lewis," November 2019, Vol.45 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN Clifford Strieby, "The Struggle for French Identity on the Frontier: Lewis and Clark learned the importance of the Francophones to the fur trade during the Mandan winter of 1804-1805," May 2010, Vol.36 No. 2, Page 28.

    OPEN Emory and Ruth Strong, "Location Of The Lewis And Clark Campsite For April 6-8, 1806," July 1979, Vol.5 No. 3, Page 9.

    OPEN John I. Stroud and Stuart Wier, "The Harpers Ferry short rifle (Letters)," August 2006, Vol.32 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN Janice Struble, "Letter to the Editor," February 1995, Vol.21 No. 1, Page 29.

    OPEN Dan C.D. Sturdevant, "What a thrill to be president of this organization (President's Message)," November 2012, Vol.38 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Dan C.D. Sturdevant, "Making Lewis and Clark Proud (President's Message)," August 2013, Vol.39 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN Dan C.D. Sturdevant, "Who We Are: The Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation (President's Message)," February 2013, Vol.39 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Dan C.D. Sturdevant, "What Would Lewis and Clark Do? (President's Message)," May 2013, Vol.39 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Dan C.D. Sturdevant, "The Threat on Kaw Point: Redoubt at the Kansas River," February 2015, Vol.41 No. 1, Page 17.

    OPEN Dan Sturdevant and Jay H. Buckley, "Spanish Attempts to Apprehend Lewis and Clark," February 2019, Vol.45 No. 1, Page 18.

    OPEN W. R. Swagerty, "Zebulon Pike, Thomas Jefferson, and the Opening of the American West by Jay H. Buckley (Book Review)," November 2012, Vol.38 No. 4, Page 30.

    OPEN W. R. Swagerty, "The Perilous West: Seven Amazing Explorers and the Founding of the Oregon Trail (Book Review)," May 2014, Vol.40 No. 2, Page 29.

    OPEN Zoa L. Swayne, "Untitled Letter from Zoa Swayne," February 1994, Vol.20 No. 1, Page 28.

    OPEN Larry Tanglen, "Dick Kodeski retiring as monument manager," February 2011, Vol.37 No. 1, Page 27.

    OPEN Jeanette D. Taranik, "The Patrick Gass Photographs and Portraits: a Sequel," February 1980, Vol.6 No. 1, Page 16.

    OPEN Jeanette D. Taranik, "Letter: More about Patrick Gass," May 1990, Vol.16 No. 2, Page 30.

    OPEN John E. Taylor, "Troubled by editorial comment (Letter)," November 1987, Vol.13 No. 4, Page 31.

    OPEN Brad Tennant, "Lewis and Clark and the Louisiana Purchase," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 11.

    OPEN Brad Tennant, "Reading Between the Lines: A look at what Lewis and Clark did not write about their encounter with the Teton Sioux may offer more information than their journals," February 2009, Vol.35 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN Brad Tennant, "Lewis and Clark and the Teton Sioux," February 2013, Vol.39 No. 1, Page 9.

    OPEN Ron Therriault, "We Saved Ourselves," November 1994, Vol.20 No. 4, Page 23.

    OPEN Barbara Thirstrup, "South Dakota group seeks to acquire, preserve Spirit Mound," May 1987, Vol.13 No. 2, Page 17.

    OPEN James Alexander Thom, "Author Challenges Romatic Impression (Letter)," November 1988, Vol.14 No. 4, Page 31.

    OPEN James Alexander Thom, "The Captain's Dog and Seaman, the Dog Who Helped Lewis & Clark Explore the West (2 Book Reviews)," November 1999, Vol.25 No. 4, Page 32.

    OPEN James Alexander Thom, "The Vote (Letter)," November 1999, Vol.25 No. 4, Page 36.

    OPEN James Alexander Thom, "Life among the Nee Mee Poo (Book Review)," May 2000, Vol.26 No. 2, Page 26.

    OPEN James Alexander Thom, "Bird Woman and Clark tell the expedition story (Book Review)," November 2000, Vol.26 No. 4, Page 7.

    OPEN James Alexander Thom, "Lewis and Clark hats (Letter)," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN James Alexander Thom, "They weren't stupid (Letter)," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN James Alexander Thom, "In further praise of the beleaguered Charbonneau (Letter)," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Fred Thomas, "Substantial Donations to Aid the Expansion and Development of Historic Fort Atkinson: A Nebraska State Park Facility," February 1985, Vol.11 No. 1, Page 8.

    OPEN Kenneth Thomasma, "Letters to the Editor: from Ken Thomasma, author of The Truth About Sacajawea," May 1999, Vol.25 No. 2, Page 29.

    OPEN Kenneth Thomasma, "The Sacagawea golden dollar," May 2000, Vol.26 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Patti Thomsen, "Embracing healing circles (President's Message)," November 2005, Vol.31 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN Sharon Tiffany, "Beacon Rock Effigies (Letter)," November 2016, Vol.42 No. 4, Page 7.

    OPEN Dennis Tighe, "Protecting the Missouri Breaks (Letter)," May 2005, Vol.31 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN Marion Tinling, "Pompey biography (Letter)," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN Kitty Tobin, "Students Impressed by Lewis and Clark," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 15.

    OPEN John Toenyes and Phil Scriver, "Subsistence Diet Meant Survival: How the Expedition solved its food problem," November 2013, Vol.39 No. 4, Page 24.

    OPEN John Toenyes and Phil Scriver, "How Much Meat," November 2013, Vol.39 No. 4, Page 26.

    OPEN Charles M. Topley, "Shelby, Montana School Grateful for Experts," May 1993, Vol.19 No. 2, Page 31.

    OPEN George Touchette, "That's Patit Creek, Washington (Letter)," February 2006, Vol.32 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN Michelle Trappen, "Art Center Director Nets True Compass," August 1992, Vol.18 No. 3, Page 26.

    OPEN Jo Ann (Brown) Trogdon, "Hiding in Plain Sight: The Curious Afterlife of William Clark's 1798-1801 Notebook," August 2015, Vol.41 No. 3, Page 10.

    OPEN Jo Ann (Brown) Trogdon, "New Light on Some of the Expedition Engages," August 1996, Vol.22 No. 3, Page 14.

    OPEN Jo Ann (Brown) Trogdon, "George Drouillard and Fort Massac," November 1999, Vol.25 No. 4, Page 16.

    OPEN Jo Ann (Brown) Trogdon, "Expedition Engages (Letter)," February 2013, Vol.39 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN Jo Ann (Brown) Trogdon, "Five Mysteries from William Clark's 1798 Visit to New Orleans," November 2015, Vol.41 No. 4, Page 24.

    OPEN Jo Ann (Brown) Trogdon, "An Author's Response (Letter)," November 2016, Vol.42 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN Jo Ann (Brown) Trogdon, "In the Wake of Lewis and Clark by Larry E. Morris (Book Review)," August 2019, Vol.45 No. 3, Page 34.

    OPEN Ludd A. Trozpek, "A handsome reissue of Clark's map of the trans-Mississippi west (Review)," February 2001, Vol.27 No. 1, Page 33.

    OPEN Ludd A. Trozpek, "Passages: Bibliophile and board member Bob Shattuck," May 2002, Vol.28 No. 2, Page 44.

    OPEN Stephanie Ambrose Tubbs, "Lewis & Clark's journey inspires aerial dancers to new heights," May 2005, Vol.31 No. 2, Page 40.

    OPEN Stephanie Ambrose Tubbs, "Burning Daylight with the Captains," August 1999, Vol.25 No. 3, Page 19.

    OPEN Stephanie Ambrose Tubbs, "Short-haired strangers (Letter)," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Stephanie Ambrose Tubbs, "A fine audio rendering of the Corps of Discovery (Review)," August 2004, Vol.30 No. 3, Page 38.

    OPEN Stephanie Ambrose Tubbs, "Spruce hats and raven belts: L&C relics from Harvard's Peabody Museum (Book Review)," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 40.

    OPEN Stephanie Ambrose Tubbs, "Power plant opposition fights to preserve landmark (Letter)," May 2007, Vol.33 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN Stephanie Ambrose Tubbs, "Journals provide insight into trade at Fort Osage and Jefferson's factory system (Book Review)," November 2007, Vol.33 No. 4, Page 28.

    OPEN Stephanie Ambrose Tubbs, "200 Years. 200 Books: A Lewis and Clark Expedition Bibliography," August 2008, Vol.34 No. 3, Page 35.

    OPEN Stephanie Ambrose Tubbs, Janice Bowen, and Peyton 'Bud" Clark, "Meriwether Lewis, August 18, 1774 - October 11, 1809: 200th anniversary commemoration of the death of Meriwether Lewis October 7, 2009 Grinder's Stand, Natchez Trace," February 2010, Vol.36 No. 1, Page 20.

    OPEN Stephanie Ambrose Tubbs, "An 'Arduous Journey' With a Vital Goal (President's Message)," November 2010, Vol.36 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Stephanie Ambrose Tubbs, "President's Message: Proceeding on from a Challenging Spring," August 2011, Vol.37 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Stephanie Ambrose Tubbs, "President's Message: Dear Friends," February 2011, Vol.37 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Stephanie Ambrose Tubbs, "President's Message: A busy winter and a promising spring," May 2011, Vol.37 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN Stephanie Ambrose Tubbs, "Thomas Jefferson's Grandaughter in Queen Victoria's England: The Travel Diary of Ellen Wayles Coolidge, 1838 - 1839 (Book Review)," February 2012, Vol.38 No. 1, Page 30.

    OPEN Stephanie Ambrose Tubbs, "Behind the Crimson Curtain: The Rise and Fall of Peale's Museum (Book Review)," May 2021, Vol.47 No. 2, Page 23.

    OPEN Stephanie Ambrose Tubbs, "Stephen Ambrose In His Own Words: A Daughter's Journey through the Scrapbooks," November 2021, Vol.47 No. 4, Page 18.

    Print only: Stephanie Ambrose Tubbs, "Let Sacagawea Have the Day Off," August 2023, Vol.49 No. 3, Page 52.

    OPEN Tony L. Turnbow, "Deep meaning in Lewis commemoration ceremony (Letter)," August 2009, Vol.35 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Tony L. Turnbow, "Masons in Maury County (Letter)," November 2010, Vol.36 No. 4, Page 4.

    OPEN Tony L. Turnbow, "The Man Who Abandoned Meriwether Lewis," May 2012, Vol.38 No. 2, Page 20.

    OPEN Tony L. Turnbow, "Turnbow response to 'The Real James Neelly' (Letter)," May 2015, Vol.41 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN George H. Tweney, "So Vast So Beautiful a Land: Louisiana and the Purchase (Book Review)," Spring 1975, Vol.1 No. 2, Page 6.

    OPEN George H. Tweney, "Passage Through the Garden (Book Review)," Summer 1975, Vol.1 No. 3, Page 5.

    OPEN George H. Tweney, "Paul R. Cutright's New Volume (Book Review)," Summer 1976, Vol.2 No. 3, Page 12.

    OPEN George H. Tweney, "Including Two Captains/A Later Look Westward (Book Review)," Winter 1976, Vol.2 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN George H. Tweney, "Elliott Coues on Lewis and Clark: A Discovery," February 1993, Vol.19 No. 1, Page 11.

    OPEN George H. Tweney, "The Journals of the Lewis & Clark Expedition, Volumes 9 and 10 (Book Review)," August 1998, Vol.24 No. 3, Page 37.

    OPEN unknown, "Essays probe American exploration (Book Review)," May 2000, Vol.26 No. 2, Page 29.

    OPEN Lorna Veraldi, "La Verendrye: an expedition before Lewis and Clark," January 2007, Vol.33 No. 1, Page 6.

    OPEN Herman Viola, "Two Expert Cartographical Assessments of Too Ne's map," May 2018, Vol.44 No. 2, Page 32.

    OPEN Mark Wagner, "Bound to the Western Waters: Searching for Lewis and Clark at Fort Kaskaskia, Illinois," February 2021, Vol.47 No. 1, Page 23.

    OPEN Kenneth C. Walcheck, "Pronghorns as documented by the 1804-06 Lewis and Clark expedition," August 1998, Vol.24 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Kenneth C. Walcheck, "Wapiti: The ubiquitous American elk filled bellies and journals," August 2000, Vol.26 No. 3, Page 26.

    OPEN Kenneth C. Walcheck, "Naming the Animals: The captains' nomenclature for species they discovered can both clarify and confuse," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 26.

    OPEN Kenneth C. Walcheck, "'these bears being so hard to die reather intimedates us:' A sampling of grizzly encounters from the journals of Meriwether Lewis," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 12.

    OPEN Kenneth C. Walcheck, "Lewis & Clark Grizzly Encounters: Killed, Wounded, Sighted," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 11.

    OPEN Kenneth C. Walcheck, "Tales of the Variegated Bear: Lewis and Clark scoffed at the Mandans' reports of its ferocity," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 8.

    OPEN Kenneth C. Walcheck, "Portable soup: a nutrient profile," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 26.

    OPEN Kenneth C. Walcheck, "Portable Soup: Ration of Last Resort," August 2003, Vol.29 No. 3, Page 24.

    OPEN Kenneth C. Walcheck, "'Wolves . . . Very numerous': Excerpts from the L&C journals," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 22.

    OPEN Kenneth C. Walcheck, "Of Wolves and Prairie Wolves: Lewis and Clark were the first to describe these wily canine predators," May 2004, Vol.30 No. 2, Page 20.

    OPEN Kenneth C. Walcheck, "Great Gangues of Buffalow: Lewis and Clark's encounters with the plains bison," February 2005, Vol.31 No. 1, Page 22.

    OPEN Kenneth C. Walcheck, "We eat an emensity of meat: How much meat did they consume, and how much did they waste?," August 2006, Vol.32 No. 3, Page 20.

    OPEN Kenneth C. Walcheck, "Fishing in an Angler's Paradise, 1805," November 2006, Vol.32 No. 4, Page 22.

    OPEN Kenneth C. Walcheck, "Ecological insights of Meriwether Lewis: Lewis's recorded observations were early contributions to the scientific community," May 2007, Vol.33 No. 2, Page 20.

    OPEN Kenneth C. Walcheck, "Montana Zoological Discoveries through the eyes of Lewis and Clark," August 2008, Vol.34 No. 3, Page 18.

    OPEN Kenneth C. Walcheck, "Journey's end: fate of the Lewts and Clark Expedition's bighorn specimens," February 2008, Vol.34 No. 1, Page 29.

    OPEN Kenneth C. Walcheck, "'Big-Horned Anamals with Circular Horns:' questions have arisen regarding which subspecies of bighorn sheep," February 2008, Vol.34 No. 1, Page 26.

    OPEN Kenneth C. Walcheck, "Exit, Pursued by a Bear," August 2017, Vol.43 No. 3, Page 24.

    OPEN Kenneth C. Walcheck, "The Critters They Killed," November 2018, Vol.44 No. 4, Page 0.

    OPEN Kenneth C. Walcheck, ""The Beaver Abounds in These Rivers": Lewis and Clark Documentation of Beaver in the American West," November 2018, Vol.44 No. 4, Page 7.

    OPEN Kenneth C. Walcheck, "Dear Editor (letter)," February 2019, Vol.45 No. 1, Page 39.

    OPEN Frank X. Walker, "When Winter Comes: Untold stories of the Lewis and Clark Expedition," January 2007, Vol.33 No. 1, Page 14.

    OPEN Otis Walker, "Plamondon's maps (Letter)," August 2006, Vol.32 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN White McKenzie Wallenborn, "The captains as medical men: doing the best with what they knew (Book Review)," November 2002, Vol.28 No. 4, Page 35.

    OPEN White McKenzie Wallenborn, "Mystery of the Bones: Syphilis, the Lewis and Clark Expedition, and the Arikara Indians (Book Review)," February 2009, Vol.35 No. 1, Page 24.

    OPEN L. Edwin Wang, "President Wang's Message," August 1986, Vol.12 No. 3, Page 2.

    OPEN L. Edwin Wang, "President Wang's Message," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN L. Edwin Wang, "Lewis and Clark in Minnesota? (About the 1953 discovery of Clark's field notes in a St. Paul residence)," March 1986, Vol.12 No. 1, Page 20.

    OPEN L. Edwin Wang, "President Wang's Message," May 1986, Vol.12 No. 2, Page 2.

    OPEN L. Edwin Wang, "Limits to Growth?," February 1995, Vol.21 No. 1, Page 24.

    OPEN L. Edwin Wang, "Foundation has Potential for Continued Growth," May 1995, Vol.21 No. 2, Page 24.

    OPEN L. Edwin Wang, "Annuals or Perennials?," November 1995, Vol.21 No. 4, Page 23.

    OPEN Fawn R. Waranauskas, "Compilation of expedition weather data is strong addition to any L&C collection (Book Review)," November 2009, Vol.35 No. 4, Page 33.

    OPEN Eleanor R. Ward, "Genealogy resource wanted for library (Letter)," February 2009, Vol.35 No. 1, Page 4.

    OPEN Matthew Watters, "Letter to the Editor," May 1993, Vol.19 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN David B. Weaver, "David B. Weaver Would Have Monument Erected to Memory of Patrick Gass; Sketch of the Life of the Famous Explorer," August 1998, Vol.24 No. 3, Page 20.

    OPEN Jane Weber, "The Excitement is Building! for Great Falls Extravaganza," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 13.

    OPEN Mark Weekley, "Lewis and Clark Trail superintendent looking to future," February 2010, Vol.36 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Mark Weekley, "Preserving a sense of place requires open minds," May 2010, Vol.36 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Mark Weekley, "Input from Lewiston (Trail Notes)," November 2010, Vol.36 No. 4, Page 3.

    OPEN Mark Weekley, "Trail Notes: New Partners on the Trail," February 2011, Vol.37 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Mark Weekley, "What's the Lewis & Clark Trail's total length? It's complicated...," May 2011, Vol.37 No. 2, Page 5.

    OPEN Marie Webster Weisbrod, "One remarkable lady: Blanche Schroer," February 1998, Vol.24 No. 1, Page 8.

    OPEN Merle Wells, "Saca-what? (continued)," November 1992, Vol.18 No. 4, Page 28.

    OPEN Wilbur P. Werner, "President Werner's Message," Fall 1975, Vol.1 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Wilbur P. Werner, "Two Medicine River Fight Site is Protected: Scouts Rebuild Fencing and Construct Rock Dams to Raise Water Table," Fall 1975, Vol.1 No. 4, Page 10.

    OPEN Wilbur P. Werner, "President Werner's Message," Summer 1975, Vol.1 No. 3, Page 1.

    OPEN Wilbur P. Werner, "Foundation Has Part In Passage Of Missouri River 'Wild And Scenic Rivers' Legislation," December 1976, Vol.2 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN Wilbur P. Werner, "President Werner's Message," Spring 1976, Vol.2 No. 2, Page 3.

    OPEN Wilbur P. Werner, "Disaster at Montana's Two Medicine River Fight Site," August 1980, Vol.6 No. 3, Page 12.

    OPEN Wilbur P. Werner, "...only one smal trout'," November 1987, Vol.13 No. 4, Page 8.

    OPEN A. G. Wesselius, "Captain Lewis' Saddle (Letter)," February 2013, Vol.39 No. 1, Page 5.

    OPEN A. G. Wesselius, "The Wallula Gap Detour: Lewis and Clark Trail Across Horse Heaven Hills," November 2016, Vol.42 No. 4, Page 10.

    OPEN A. G. Wesselius, "How Many Horses Did They Beg, Borrow, and Buy?," November 2018, Vol.44 No. 4, Page 21.

    OPEN A. G. Wesselius, "Back in the Saddle: Corps of Discovery Saddles," August 2020, Vol.46 No. 3, Page 22.

    OPEN Elliott West, "The Achievement of Undaunted Courage: Re-reading the Book On Its 25th Birthday," November 2021, Vol.47 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN Mark Wetmore, "Spirit Mound: Hill of Little Devils," February 1996, Vol.22 No. 1, Page 19.

    OPEN Richard S. Wheeler, "Review of novel ignores theme (Letter)," May 2003, Vol.29 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN Germaine White, "Sharing the Vision: How the L&C Bicentennial can build trust between tribal and nontribal cultures," August 2002, Vol.28 No. 3, Page 44.

    OPEN Anton L. Whitehead, "Sakakawea (Knife River) Village Being Studied," February 1977, Vol.3 No. 1, Page 8.

    OPEN Stuart Wier, "Cape Disappointment (Letter)," February 2005, Vol.31 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Stuart Wier, "The Guns of Lewis and Clark," May 2006, Vol.32 No. 2, Page 10.

    OPEN A. G. Wiesselius, "Horses of the Lewis and Clark Expedition," May 2012, Vol.38 No. 2, Page 13.

    OPEN John Willard, "Committee Works to Preserve Pompeys Pillar: Proposal would place historic Lewis and Clark landmark under federal ownership," May 1990, Vol.16 No. 2, Page 28.

    OPEN John Willard, "Untitled Letter from John Willard (Letter)," May 1994, Vol.20 No. 2, Page 29.

    OPEN Phil and Vivian Williams, "Of Buckskin and Fringes (Letter)," November 2016, Vol.42 No. 4, Page 5.

    OPEN Richard N. Williams, "In the Beginning, There was a Trail: The Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail," November 1992, Vol.18 No. 4, Page 14.

    OPEN Richard N. Williams, "Saying it right (Letter)," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN Richard N. Williams, "Lewis and Clark community loses two dear friends," August 2010, Vol.36 No. 3, Page 38.

    OPEN Ron Williams, "Onawa State Park Completes Keelboat Replica," November 1988, Vol.14 No. 4, Page 26.

    OPEN Ron Williams, "Morning of Discover Art Prints," January 1992, Vol.18 No. 1, Page 26.

    OPEN Lyndel G. Willis, "This dog is a 'Bear' (Letter)," November 2000, Vol.26 No. 4, Page 2.

    OPEN Grace Sale Wilson, "Another L&C naval ship (Letter)," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Jerry Wilson, "Harpers Ferry National Historical Park Harpers Ferry, West Virginia," May 2016, Vol.42 No. 2, Page 33.

    OPEN Jerry Wilson, "The Louisiana Purchase Historic State Park (Off the Trail)," May 2017, Vol.43 No. 2, Page 33.

    OPEN Harry Windland, "Ordway's signature (Letter)," August 2001, Vol.27 No. 3, Page 3.

    OPEN James R. Wolf and James Wallace, "True source of the Missouri (2 Letters)," February 2003, Vol.29 No. 1, Page 3.

    OPEN James R. Wolf, "Source of the Missouri (Letter)," February 2004, Vol.30 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Jim Wolf, "Ross's Hole: Which way the view? (Letter)," February 2001, Vol.27 No. 1, Page 2.

    OPEN Michael Wolfe, "High Schoolers Clean Up Sulphur Spring," August 1991, Vol.17 No. 3, Page 12.

    OPEN Pete Wolkers, "One Step at a Time: A Preview of Your New Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center," May 1998, Vol.24 No. 2, Page 16.

    OPEN W. Raymond Wood, "John Thomas Evans and William Clark: Two Early Western Explorers' Maps Re-Examined," March 1983, Vol.9 No. 1, Page 10.

    OPEN W. Raymond Wood, "Lewis and Clark in the Missouri State Capitol," February 1984, Vol.10 No. 1, Page 13.

    OPEN W. Raymond Wood, "Slaughter River: Pishkun or Float Bison?," May 1986, Vol.12 No. 2, Page 11.

    OPEN W. Raymond Wood, "Lewis and Clark at Jefferson City, Missouri," November 1996, Vol.22 No. 4, Page 20.

    OPEN W. Raymond Wood, "Lewis & Clark $10 note (letter)," August 2006, Vol.32 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN Alan R. Woolworth, "Fort Mandan: Wilderness preparation headquarters," May 1988, Vol.14 No. 2, Page 11.

    OPEN Carole-Ann Wyant, "Untitled Letter from Carole-Ann Wyant (Letter)," May 1994, Vol.20 No. 2, Page 26.

    OPEN Angel Wynn, "New Sacagawea center going up in Idaho," February 2002, Vol.28 No. 1, Page 43.

    OPEN George H. Yater, "Nine Young Men from Kentucky," May Supplement 1992, Vol.0 No. 11, Page 1.

    OPEN John P. (Jack) Young, "One more argument for murder (Letter)," August 2008, Vol.34 No. 3, Page 4.

    OPEN John P. (Jack) Young, "Lewis Suicide Theory Challenged (Letter)," May 2013, Vol.39 No. 2, Page 4.

    OPEN Rex Ziak, "Seven Days on the Lower Columbia: The last week of Lewis and Clark's westward journey was one of misery and ultimate triumph," May 2005, Vol.31 No. 2, Page 10.

    OPEN Michael Zielinski, "2014 Native American Dollar," November 2013, Vol.39 No. 4, Page 7.