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The Indian Education of Lewis and Clark with Dr. Hal Stearns

August 5, 2016

A soldier-humanist, retired general Dr. Hal Stearns has traveled the trail from Monticello to Fort Clatsop. In this presentation, he is Captain William Clark looking back in time. Without question, the Corps to the Northwest needed Native Americans to succeed in accomplishing their two-plus year trip. Indians provided knowledge, food, great generosity, stories, and momentous moments. The trek West by the Corps was and is America's great land expedition. Indians and "Indian ways" added much to their success. This story is a great expression of "Indian Education for All."

Funded project of Humanities Montana. Humanities Montana is a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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Time: 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Contact: Humanities Montana Phone: (406) 243-6022
Great Falls - Lewis and Clark NHT Interpretive Center
4201 Giant Springs Road
Great Falls, MT 59405
United States
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