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Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation [MT]

The Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation seeks to preserve and share the history of the Lewis and Clark Expedition (1803-1806) and the physical sites thereof. To this end, the headquarters hosts the non-circulating William P. Sherman Library and Archives.

The foundation offers research library access, educator training, and research assistance. Appointments are required for library access. The website offers a curriculum guide for purchase, a video, and children's games and activities.