www.lewis-clark.org Discovering Lewis & Clark. (9-12) Conceived in 1993 and online since 1998, this site is a hyperhistory in progress. It is enhanced by at least one new interpretive episode each month, employing a variety of multimedia techniques. IT focuses on issues, values and visions related to the Lewis and Clark Expedition, its preludes and the aftermath up to the present time.
www.nationalgeographic.com/west Go West Across America with Lewis and Clark (6-12) INTERACTIVE The National Geographic Society presents this site so students can join the Lewis and Clark expedition. Features include a map to trace the voyage, selections from Lewis and Clark’s diaries, and a forum to share their explorations with others online.
www.sierraclub.org/lewisandclark In the Foot steps of Lewis & Clark. (9-12) INTERACTIVE This site by the Sierra Club, allows student to learn about the expedition’s discoveries in natures. There is a strong environmental focus to this site, which includes the report, Protecting the Lands Explored by Lewis & Clark: 1805, 1905 & 2005.
www.nwrel.org/teachlewisandclark/home.html Lewis & Clark’s Expedition: Curriculum Ideas. (6-
www.pbs.org/lewisandclark Lewis & Clark The Journey of the Corps of Discovery. (4-12) This is the PBS’s site dedicated to Lewis & Clark. Many related links.
www.lewisclark.net Lewis & Clark’s Historical Trail. (4-8) This site is dedicated to Lewis & Clark’s expedition across the Louisiana Territory.
www.edgate.com/lewisandclark Lewis & Clark Mapping the West. (6-12) This site is from the Smithsonian and is dedicated to Lewis & Clark’s mapping expedition.
www.lewisandclark.org Lewis & Clark Trail Heritage Foundation Kid Page. (6-12) INTERACTIVe
www.nationalgeographic.com/lewisandclark National Geographic Lewis and Clark (5-8)