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This project was completed as part of the greater Missouri Historic Land Survey Project. Funded through a grant provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities

National Endowment for the Humanities

Nov. 2004 - GRC wins "We the People" award for Lewis and Clark Historic Landscape project from the National Endowment for the Humanities

Oct. 2004 - GRC wins award for Lewis and Clark Historic Landscape project from the American Association for State and Local History

Lewis and Clark Historic Landscape Project featured in National Geographic

For more information contact:
James D. Harlan
Geographic Resources Center
10 Stewart Hall
University of Missouri-Columbia
Tel (573) 882-1356
Email harlanj@missouri.edu


This website serves geographical information and maps that are products of the LEWIS AND CLARK HISTORIC LANDSCAPE PROJECT that has been conducted at the Geographic Resources Center (GRC), Department of Geography, University of Missouri in partnership with the Missouri State Archives, Office of the Missouri Secretary of State. With the primary goals to geo-reference, digitize, and map all of the retrievable information from the Lewis and Clark journals and the 18th and 19th-century land survey notes along the Big River Corridors of the state of Missouri, this effort should serve as a significant educational contribution to the national commemoration of the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial (2003-2006).

Specific campsite maps, photo-realistic images of important river landmarks, animated virtual Missouri River travel, and an interactive map server offering various layers of geographical data on the Expedition's outward and homeward journeys joined with the natural and cultural history of the Missouri River corridor are all currently offered here. We hope your visit both informs and excites your geographical and historical imaginations on the Missouri of old.

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