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Steve Plattner | profile | all galleries >> Galleries >> Lewis & Clark Revisited: Montana to Oregon, 2003. tree view | thumbnails | slideshow

Lewis & Clark Revisited: Montana to Oregon, 2003.

This gallery consists of several photographs taken along the Lewis & Clark Trail, from the White Cliffs on the Missouri River, to the Oregon Coast. Lewis & Clark departed St. Louis in May, 1804, proceeding upstream to the headwaters of the Missouri, crossing into the Bitterroot Mountains of Idaho, and finally arrived at the mouth of the Columbia River, where they built Ft. Clatsop in late 1805. They returned to St. Louis in September, 2006.

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Looking downriver, Missouri River, Montana.
Looking downriver, Missouri River, Montana.
White Cliffs, broken arch above Missouri River, Montana.
White Cliffs, broken arch above Missouri River, Montana.
White Cliffs, Missouri River, Montana.
White Cliffs, Missouri River, Montana.
Statue of Lewis, Clark, and Sacajewa, Ft. Benton, Montana.
Statue of Lewis, Clark, and Sacajewa, Ft. Benton, Montana.
Confluence of the Missouri (right), and the Marias (upper left) Rivers, Montana.
Confluence of the Missouri (right), and the Marias (upper left) Rivers, Montana.
Buffalo herd, Montana.
Buffalo herd, Montana.
Beaverhead Rock, near Dillon, Montana.
Beaverhead Rock, near Dillon, Montana.
Clark Reservoir, south of Dillon, Montana.
Clark Reservoir, south of Dillon, Montana.
Spring near top of Lemhi pass. Lewis felt it was the source of the Missouri.
Spring near top of Lemhi pass. Lewis felt it was the source of the Missouri.
Lemhi Pass, on the Idaho-Montana border.
Lemhi Pass, on the Idaho-Montana border.
Travellers Rest, where the expedition rested before crossing into the Bitterroot Mountains.
Travellers Rest, where the expedition rested before crossing into the Bitterroot Mountains.
Modern-day resort, Lolo Hot Springs, Montana.
Modern-day resort, Lolo Hot Springs, Montana.
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