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LEWIS & CLARK

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LEWIS & CLARK

 Explore the bluffs and rolling hills of the Missouri River, a land crossed by Lewis and Clark on their travels north. Visit Ponca State Park, named for the Native Americans who once lived there. In 1879, Standing Bear, a Ponca Chief, won a landmark case in Omaha that found that a Native American must be considered a "person" under U.S. law. Look for red and gray foxes, bobcats, owls, deer, and wild turkeys, or fish for bass, bluegill, and walleye.
 
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 all images courtesy of the Nebraska Division of Travel and Tourism: image #1 by J. Nabb, images #2 and #3 copyright Erik Stenbakken/stenbakken.com
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