This ¾" thick wooden map was created to show significant points of interest along the Lewis and Clark Trail. The back includes a few more written details relating to the map. Set your keepsake map in a prominent location like a shelf, desk, wainscoting, or door/window trim. Use this map to share stories or history with the children and family in your life.
With Thomas Jefferson's purchase of Louisiana from Napoleon at about 3 cents an acre, the procurement of what is today the better part of 11 states between the Mississippi River and the Rocky Mountains nearly doubled the size of the United States in 1803. So was born the Corps of Discovery and the Lewis and Clark Expedition of 1804-1806.
The Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail was designated as a National Historic Trail in 1978.