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Acknowledgements
We would like to thank the following contributors, supporters and orga-nizations, who made this project possible.

National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife, U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers, National Council of the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial, Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation, Pacific County Friends of Lewis and Clark, Lewis & Clark Bicentennial in Oregon, Oregon State Parks and Recreation Department, CruiseAmerica RV Rentals, Jim Gale, Ralph I. Miller, AUDISEE Sound & Music, Tim Bertram, John Berks, Oregon Forest Resources Institute, Gary Johnson - Chinook Tribal Chairman, Tony Johnson - Chinook artist/linguist, Hobe Kytr - Administrator Ilwaco Heritage Museum, Peggy Disney - Chinook Tribal Council Member, David Nicandri - Director Washington State Historical Society, Gary Moulton - editor, "The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition," John Luzader - Living Museums of the West, as William Clark, recorded at InSight studios in Loveland, CO., Bill Weldon - Colonial Williamsburg, as Meriwether Lewis, recorded at Wistaria Sound in Yorktown, VA.

Musicians Daniel Slosberg and Jim Knight perform tunes that were part of the North American folk repertoire in the early 1800s, on instruments the expedi-tion carried - fiddle, Jew's harp, tambourine, sounden horn - or which we know that it had access to - frame drum, bones, spoons, rattles, Indian flute and fiddlesticks. Recorded by Michael Stern at Magnet Studios in Los Angeles, CA. Special thanks to CarTours Foundation Board of Advisors - Ralph Naess, Russ Butcher, William Hoke, Alain Brion and David E. Levy; staff - Laura Reeves, Vicki Beaver, Frank Sanborn and Jennifer McCord; and, volun-teers - Samantha and Judy Lewis.

 

 

 

 

 

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