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Lewis & Clark National Park Association
92343 Fort Clatsop Rd., Astoria, Or 97103
Phone: (503) 861-4452 • Fax: (503) 861-4428
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The images on our home page are courtesy of:
- CDs: Pierre Cruzatte and Fiddle Tunes of the Lewis & Clark Era, Courtesy of Native Ground Music
- DVD: A Clatsop Winter Story. Courtesy of the Lewis and Clark National Historical Park and Camera One.
- Dentalia Necklaces, Courtesy of Artist Josephine Ingraham
- Art Prints/Notecards:
- Details of Lewis and Clark Meeting the Indians at Ross’ Hole By Charles M. Russell. Oil on Canvas, 1912. Mural in State of Montana State Capitol, Courtesy of the Montana Historical Society. Don Beatty photographer 10/99
- Lewis & Clark Journals, Volume 6, Gary E. Moulton, editor. Courtesy of the University of Nebraska Press
- Lewis & Clark:
- Details of Lewis & Clark at Three Forks By E.S. Paxon. Oil on Canvas, 1912. Courtesy of the Montana Historical Society, Don Beatty photographer 10/99
- Native American:
- Chinook print of Raven, Courtesy of Artist Charles Funk
- Pacific NW History:
- Painting; Columbia Rediviva, Oregon Historical Society, Courtesy of Artist, Hewitt Jackson
- Photo; Haystack Rock, Cannon Beach, Oregon. Ron Lowry photographer. Courtesy of Windsock Media
- Cover Illustration of Seaman’s Journal; On the Trail with Lewis and Clark, By Patricia Reeder Eubank. Courtesy of Ideal’s Publications
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