The official bicentennial program for the Fort Clatsop unit of the Lewis and Clark National Historical Park. The Clatsop Indians call themselves the “cedar people”, and they have lived for thousands of years along the ocean and rivers of the northwest. They are the descendants of Chief Coboway who welcomed the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Even today, the Clatsop tell stories of their first encounters with Captains Lewis and Clark and the winter spent among them. Like their other oral histories, this has become one of their winter stories, and they are still here to tell it. DVD Length: 22 minutes
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