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Published October 02 2004

Lewis and Clark exhibit visits Stanton

STANTON, N.D. -- A national mobile exhibit that introduces visitors to the Lewis and Clark story makes its first of six stops in North Dakota on Oct. 9-13 starting in Stanton.

The National Park Service's "Corps of Discovery II: 200 Years to the Future" features the Lewis and Clark story as it relates to the natural history, cultural resources and residents. It will follow the Lewis and Clark Trail through the United States.

The traveling exhibit includes two interpretive tents with exhibits and a performance tent called the "Tent of Many Voices," which will provide space for live demonstrations, lectures, cultural presentations and audio-visual showings.

The exhibit will stop Oct. 22-31 in Bismarck. During 2005, stops include: April 1-7 in Hazen, April 12-18 in Watford City and April 23-May 1 in Williston. Its final North Dakota stop will be Aug. 17-20, 2006, in New Town.

For more information about these and other Lewis and Clark events, call (701) 328-2525 or visit to www.ndtourism.com.