Discovering Lewis & Clark from the Air

Photography by Jim Wark

Text by Joseph Mussulman

Front cover of Discovering Lewis & Clark from the Air

Part I Monticello to St. Louis

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Image map with same links provided elsewhere on this page St. Grand American Mississippi Wabash Louisville Cincinnati Wheeling, Lawrenceville, Pittsburgh Harpers Monticello Brown's Island, Weirton, West Virginia

Part II Camp Dubois to Fort Mandan

Image map with same links provided elsewhere on this page Knife Mandan-Bismarck Fort Oahe Pierre, Big Fort Sandbars Niobrara Yankton, Elk Floyd Spirit Blue Little Tornado Omaha Platte Rulo, St. Kansas Malta Driftwood Arrow Jefferson Osage Charrette St. Mouth

Part III–A Fort Mandan to Fort Peck Lake

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Part III–B Upper Fort Peck Lake to Lost Trail Pass

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Part IV–A Travlers' Rest to Confluence Snake and Columbia Rivers

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Part IV–B Blalock, Oregon to the Pacific Ocean

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Part V Willamette River to Mouth of the Yellowstone

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All images on this page © 2004 Mountain Press Publishing Company.

Portland, Salmon The Canoe Pryor A Pompeys Badlands Knobby Lewis Camp Fight Cannon Tillamook Seaside, Lewis Long Cape Point Grays Lower North Ridgefield Beacon Bonneville The Miller Columbia Snake Snake Tucannon Clearwater Near Clearwater Weippe Lolo Travelers Fort C.R. Deserts White Citadel Great Decision Narrow Tremendous Crooked Lost Salmon Upper Lemhi Clark Beaverhead Tobacco Jefferson Gates Oxbow Lower Sun Rainbow 66. Fort Fort Milk Oil Fort Yellowstone Strip Fort

The entire story is told from 1200 feet above the ground.