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William Clark Burnett Former long time Soldotna resident William Clark Burnett died Friday, Nov. 30, 2007, at Providence Hospital in Everett, Wash. He was 56. Mr. Burnett was born June 2, 1951, in Anchorage. A celebration of life memorial...

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A thumbnail sketch of William Clark

William Clark was born on Aug. 1, 1770, in Caroline County, Va. He was a frontier...Sacagawea's son and daughter. He named his own son Meriwether Lewis Clark. William Clark died in St. Louis on Sept. 1, 1838.

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Sacagawea's son: Through the mist of two centuries, a portrait emerges

...Sacagawea has been described as a guide, most of the route to the Pacific was as new to her as it was to Lewis and Clark. William Clark took a shine to the infant, whom he called ''Pomp,'' and ''My little dancing boy,'' apparently because of...

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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 reports, with detailed...

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Rather than protesting, many Indian tribes embracing bicentennial

...through tribes of Indians who are perfectly friendly to the United States,'' he wrote. And he was right. Lewis and William Clark had few unpleasant encounters with tribes as they searched for the Pacific, handing out bronze medals to the chiefs...

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On 200th anniversary of journey, a look back is a hard look at ourselves

...1803-1806 expedition of Lewis and William Clark during its bicentennial. Mandrell...expedition of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark during its bicentennial, which...Lewis invited his army friend William Clark to help lead the trip, sharing...

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At trail's end, a historic vote that few remember

...Sgt. Patrick Gass in his journal of the day. ''The whole party assembled,'' Pvt. Joseph Whitehouse noted. In William Clark's journal, long columns record first and second choices. The last vote listed is that of York, Clark's servant...

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Kenai Peninsula Online - Archives

...Omission makes reader question media Kenai celebration works because of many Donations appreciated Obituaries William Clark Burnett Raemonda Eugena Olson Outdoors Winter plant identification workshop, other events planned Photos...

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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 off

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