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Lewis and Clark 200

represents an effort by 32 federal agencies and organizations to provide a web portal for information about Lewis and Clark historical places. It profiles Lewis and Clark and other expedition members, describes tribes they met, and includes journals, maps, and timelines. (Multiple Agencies)

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The Three Flags Events commemorated the transfer of Upper Louisiana from Spain to France to the United States in its capital city of St. Louis 200 years ago.

Three Flags Ceremony

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