Beaverhead County Commissioners. "Clark’s Lookout proposed state monument application for Coal Tax Park Funds." [s.1.]: The Commissioners, 1983. 19p.
Burke, Redmond A. and Robert Q. Kelly. "The Lewis and Clark Papers: The Genesis of a Case." De Paul Law Review vol. 7, no.2, Spring/Summer 1958. Chicago: De Paul University College of Law, 1958. Pp.162-171.
Cappon, Lester J. "Who is the author of History of the Expedition under the command of Captains Lewis and Clark, 1814." Williamsburg: William and Mary College, 1962. P. 257-268.
Copeland, Peter F. "The Lewis and Clark coloring book." New York: Dover Publications, c1983. 45p.
Flandrau, Grace. "A Glance at the Lewis and Clark Expedition." St. Paul: Great Northern Railway, 1925(?). 29p.
Fletcher, Robert H. "American Adventure: The Story of the Lewis and Clark Expedition." New York: American Pioneer Trails Association, c1945. 54p.
Foote, Stella. "Pompey’s Pillar of the Lewis and Clark Trail." Billings, MT: Reporter Printing and Supply Co., 1971. 16p.
-2627- Forrest, Earle R. "Patrick Gass: Lewis and Clark’s Last Man." Contains war records of Patrick Gass’ descendents in WWI and WWII. Independence, PA: A.M. Painter, 1950. Unpaged
Fritz, Harry. "Meriwether Lewis and William Clark and the Discovery of Montana." Portland, OR: Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation, 1984. 30p.-(WPO publication; No. 8, November 1984)
Garver, Frank H. "Lewis and Clark in Beaverhead County." 1914? Reprinted from the Dillon Examiner December 10, 1913. 20p.
Garver, Frank H. "The Story of Charles Floyd." 17p. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Montana State Historical Association for the year 1908-1909.
Gibbon, John. "An Autumn in the Rocky Mountains: Searching for Lewis and Clark’s Pass." Philadelphia: s.n., 1879. P. 81-100. From: American Catholic Quarterly Review, January, 1879.
Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, vol. 44, no. 11 (November 1954). Baltimore: Washington Academy of Sciences, 1954. Pp. 333-376. Articles in honor of the 150th anniversary of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Includes bibliographical references. Copy from the Teakle Collection.
Kingston, Ceylon S. "Sacagawea as Guide: The Evaluation of a Legend." 1944? Pp. 3-18. Reprinted from The Pacific Northwest Quarterly, vol. 35, no. 1 (January 1944).
"The Lewis and Clark Trek: Across the Western Portion of North America from the Mississippi to the Pacific, being the journal of the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Trek, June 5th-August 16th, 1976." P. Shurtliff, 1976. 1 vol., unpaged.
Loos, John L. "They Opened the Door to the West." 1964. P. 10-15. Separated from: The Humble Way. Vol. 3, nos. 3-4 (Fall 1964).
Mattes, Merrill J. "Colter’s Hell and Jackson’s Hole." Yellowstone Library and Museum Association; Grand Teton History Association, c1962. 87p.
Mayer, Robert W. "Wood River, 1803-1804." Springfield: State Historical Society, 1968. P. 140-149. Photocopy of Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, vol. 61 (summer 1968).
Muench, David. "Lewis and Clark: Voyage of Discovery." Las Vegas, NV: KC Publications, 1977. 64p.
Overholser, Joel E. "Which Way West?" Fort Benton, MT: River Press, 1976. 26p.
"The Potlatch Story." Vol. 22, no. 2 (November 1982). San Francisco: Potlatch Corporation, 1982. 16p.
Ravenholt, Reimert Thorolf. "Triumph then Despair: The Tragic Death of Meriwether Lewis." Epidemiology, 1994. Pp.366-379.
Reid, Russell. "Sakakawea, the Bird Woman." Bismarck, ND: State Historical Society of North Dakota, 1986. 26p.
Saindon, Bob. "Authentic Cutout Models of the three historic forts of the Lewis and Clark Expedition." Helena, MT: The author, c1982. 7 leaves.
Space, Ralph S. "The Lolo Trail: A History of Events Connected With the Lolo Trail Since Lewis and Clark." Lewiston, ID: Printcraft Printing, Inc., 1970. 65p.
Stearns, Harold G. "On the Trail with Lewis and Clark in Montana: April 26, 1805, September 13, 1805, June 29, 1806-August 7, 1806." Harlowton, MT: Times-Clarion Pub., 1972? 39p.
Stein, R. Conrad. "The Story of the Lewis and Clark Expedition." Chicago: Childrens Press, c1978. 31p.
"The Three Forks of the Missouri, logical site of a national memorial to Captains Lewis and Clark." Lewis and Clark Memorial Committee of the Three Forks Chamber of Commerce. Three Forks, MT: The Committee? 19- -(Three Forks, MT: Three Forks News Printing Co.) 16p.
Three Forks Chamber of Commerce. "Lewis and Clark Memorial Committee." [s.1.]: The Committee, 19- -. 11p.
Thwaites, Reuben Gold. "Newly Discovered Personal Records of Lewis and Clark." Seattle: Shorey Publications, 1982, 1971. 22p.
U.S. Bureau of Outdoor Recreation. "The Lewis and Clark Trail: A proposed National Historic Trail." U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation [s.1.]: The Bureau, 1975. 75p.
U.S. Bureau of Outdoor Recreation Mid-Continent Region. "The Lewis and Clark Trail, a potential addition to the national trails system: summary of findings and alternatives." Denver: The Bureau, 1974. 14p.
U.S. Museum of the Plains Indian, Browning, MT. "Meriwether Lewis in Blackfeet Country." Helen B. West. Browning: the Museum, 1964. 18, 10p.
Vincent, W.D. "The Lewis and Clark Expedition." [s.1.]: State College of Washington, 1929. 40p.
"Enlightenment science in the Pacific Northwest: the Lewis and Clark Expedition." William F. Willingham and Leonoor Swits Ingraham, editors. Portland, OR: Lewis and Clark College, 1984. 72p.
Wood, Ruth K. "The Lewis and Clark Expedition." The Mentor. New York: The Mentor Association, 1919. 19p.
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