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Missouri Resource Cards - Series No. 4 (GSRAD) The Missouri River - Lewis and Clark Expedition Missouri Department of Natural Resources - 2003 Geologic Survey and Resource Assessment Division
Notes: The series was produced for the bicentennial of the Louisiana Purchase and the Lewis and Clark Expedition. It features the Lewis and Clark route through Missouri, relating tales from the voyage and noting then-existing natural features and related later history. Thanks to Terry Russell for the list!
Print run: 3000 sets. No. Title 1 Missouri Resource Trading Cards 2 Acknowledgements 3 Missouri River Basin 4 origin of the Missouri River 5 Ice Age Glaciers Reshape Northern Missouri 6 Prehistoric Cultures and the Missouri River 7 Europeans Discover the Missouri River 8 An Untamed River of Debris 9 Early Explorers of the Big Rivers 10 How the Missouri River Got Its Name 11 A Great City Is Born 12 The Louisiana Purchase 13 The Corps of Discovery Expedition Is Born 14 Meriwether Lewis 1774-1809 15 William Clark 1770-1838 16 Preparing for the Great Expedition 17 Tower Rock 18 In the Land of Caves 19 Camp Wood River 20 Two Great Rivers Join 21 A Recreational Resource 22 A Great Expedition is Launched 23 Keelboats and Pirogues 24 The Treacherous Missouri River 25 A Large aCoal Hill 26 Mapping Their Way West 27 Venier Compass and Gunter 4-Pole Chain 28 Hadley Octant and Chronometer 29 Weldon Spring 30 Katy Trail State Park 31 High Bluffs - The Boone Settlement 32 Tavern Rock Cave 33 St. Peter Sandstone 34 Shifting Sand 35 Changing the Missouri River 36 Missouri River Bank Stabilization and Navigation Project 37 Daniel Boone 38 Whitehouse Cave 39 Gasconade River 40 Graham Cave State Park 41 Clark's Hill / Norton State Historic Site 42 Osage River 43 Jefferson City 44 Sugar Loaf Rock 45 Manitou 46 Roche Percee Natural Bridge 47 Big Manitou Bluffs 48 Salt 49 Arrow Rock and Flint 50 Island Campsites 51 City of Glasgow 52 Historic River Bends 53 Grand River 54 Sandbars 55 Fertility and the Missouri River 56 The Old Fort 57 Mosquitoes, Boils and Ulcers 58 Fort Osage 59 Confluence of the Missouri and Kansas Rivers 60 Kansas City and the Missouri River 61 Commodities and Towboats 62 Missouri River Habitat 63 Wetland and Riparian Habitat 64 Weston Bend State Park 65 Celebrating Independence Day 66 Oxbow Lakes 67 Saltpeter 68 Cliffs of Yellow Clay - Loess 69 City of St. Joseph 70 Lewis and Clark Inscription 71 Big Lake State Park 72 Indian Cave 73 McKissick Island 74 Thalweg, Avulsion, Accretion 75 McKissick Island Battle 76 Settling the McKissick Island Dispute 77 On to the Pacific Ocean and Back 78 Series No. 4 Index [1-37] 79 Series No. 4 Index [38-80] 80 Who We Are and What We Do Searchwords: jahoc, yr2003, mfrMissouri, catNature©2014 Jeff Allender. Comments, updates, & corrections are welcomed!