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Rich Lowry: Can science survive a garish shirt?

...America, the king of France rebuked him for lack of gender inclusivity aboard La Dauphine.When William Clark and Meriwether Lewis made it to the Pacific Ocean and back, President Thomas Jefferson quizzed them about any microaggressions they may...
Sacagawea's son: Through the mist of two centuries, a portrait emerges

...first child this woman had boarn and as is common in such cases, her labor was tedious and the pain violent,'' Meriwether Lewis wrote in his journal. Interpreter Rene Jessaume suggested a folk remedy -- a rattlesnake rattle crumbled in water...
Excerpts from expedition's journals

EDITOR'S NOTE -- Spelling is as originally written. The journals of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark are many things -- legal documents, whose precisely drawn maps helped define U.S. boundaries; scientific...
A thumbnail sketch of William Clark

...home near Louisville, Ky., when he was asked by Meriwether Lewis to join him in leading an expedition to the Pacific...Sacagawea's son and daughter. He named his own son Meriwether Lewis Clark. William Clark died in St. Louis on Sept...
On 200th anniversary of journey, a look back is a hard look at ourselves

...Scott Mandrell, portraying Meriwether Lewis, has his height and the same...Ill., in character as Capt. Meriwether Lewis, is pictured with other retrace the expedition of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark during its...
Rather than protesting, many Indian tribes embracing bicentennial

...CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) -- Before plunging his keelboat into the Missouri River and heading for Indian country, Meriwether Lewis sent his mother a parting letter, telling her not to worry. ''My rout(e) will be altogether through tribes...
A thumbnail sketch of Meriwether Lewis

Meriwether Lewis was born Aug. 18, 1774, in Albermarle County, Va., a neighbor of Thomas Jefferson. He was an Army officer when Jefferson...


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