Welcome to the Marquette Libraries' resource guide for Lewis and Clark. Use the blue tabs above this box to discover a wealth of materials that support research related to the traveling exhibit. Please ask questions--before, during, or after the exhibit, using the quick links at left, or directly to the exhibit coordinator, Bill Fliss, 414-288-5906.
William Clark (left); Meriwether Lewis (right). Photo Credits: Independence National Historical Park
The national traveling exhibit "Lewis & Clark and the Indian Country" was hosted by Marquette University's John P. Raynor, S.J., Library from March 14 to April 27 of 2012. Organized by the Newberry Library and the American Library Association's Public Programs Office, the exhibit told the story of the historic 1804-1806 expedition from the point of view of the Indians who lived along the route. The exhibit drew upon original documents from the Newberry Library, Washington State Historical Society, Minnesota Historical Society, and other repositories.
In conjunction with the exhibit, organizers scheduled several public programs at Raynor Library, including:
February 7. Brenda Child (University of Minnesota) "Holding Our World Together: Ojibwe Women and the Survival of Community." Raynor Library Conference Center
March 29. Frederick E. Hoxie (University of Illinois) "Getting a Bicentennial Right: Who Cares?", the official kick-off lecture for the exhibit.
April 25. Herman J. Viola (Curator Emeritus, Smithsonian Institution) "The View From the River Bank." Raynor Library Conference Center.