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Engraving, Horse Racing of Sioux Indians..., 1804-1806, Original Lewis and Clark

Firsthand accounts of exploration range from Viking stories to early 19th-century trappers' journals. [...] »

Peary sledge party at the North Pole, April 7, 1909 NARA

Introduce students to 25 documents selected by the National Archives for their historical importance. [...] »

Illustration, Woodpecker, C. W. Peale, Biddle Edition Archive

Why did seven years pass between the Lewis and Clark Expedition and their journals' publication? [...] »

Photo, CPS worker serves patients. . ., c. 1945, Mennonite Church USA Archives

Unearth an important part of U.S. military history—the conscientious decision not to fight. [...] »

Map, A map of the British and French dominions in..., 1755, J. Mitchell, LoC.

Follows Jefferson's life, political participation, and accumulation of scientific geographical knowledge from 1735 to 1804. [...] »

Photograph, Rolling Hills in the Outskirts.., June 1974, P. Duncan, Flickr.

Explore the meeting of the Plains Indians and Anglo Americans through the fine arts. [...] »

Photo, Mr. Toshihiko Tanabe, Hiromi Tsuchida, Hiroshima Archive

View photo galleries of Hiroshima by esteemed photographer, Hiromi Tsuchida. [...] »

Map, Mouth of the Columbia River, WA and OR, Nov. 16-25, 1805, W. Clark, Codex 1

Presents the complete text of the Nebraska edition of the Lewis and Clark journals, along with supplementary secondary sources. [...] »

Map, A Map Exhibiting all the New Discoveries..., Aaron Arrowsmith, 1795, UVA

Explore cartography and the exploration of the North American continent. [...] »

Photo, Lewis & Clark Trail Sign, January 3, 2008, g_walter, Flickr

Visit the companion site to the Ken Burns documentary which chronicles the Lewis and Clark expedition. [...] »