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Re-enanters taking a break on shores of the Missouri River breaks in Montana

Lewis & Clark: Re-enactors- Missouri Breaks {format} {format} 3:42 Barrett Golding

The Lewis & Clark Trail: 200 Years Later: America is now celebrating the Lewis&Clark bicentennial. Much of their trail, along the Missouri and Columbia Rivers, has changed quite a bit in 200 years. But some spots still looks much as they did in Lewis&Clark’s time. You half expect a wooden boat full of men wearing buckskin and black powder rifles. And that’s exactly what happened when the producer was kayaking the Missouri Breaks. [transcript]

Broadcast: May 31 2004 on NPR Day to DaySeries: Lewis & Clark Trail: 200 Years Later Subjects: Historical, Travel