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MR340 Lewis and Clark Maps HERE (Read 96450 times)
01/07/13 at 09:39:18
Joewildlife   Ex Member

 
These great maps have dissappeared off the 'net.

Personally, I think these are the most detailed a map that a paddler needs. The USCG charts are just too much, numbering in the dozens.

Scott, if this is using too much server space of your's, my bad. Put 'em where you want 'em!

Joe
 

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Reply #1 - 01/07/13 at 09:40:16
Joewildlife   Ex Member

 
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Joewildlife   Ex Member

 
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Reply #8 - 01/07/13 at 09:54:42
Scott Mansker   Ex Member

 
Thanks, Joe.  These are great for paddlers and ground crew.
 
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Reply #9 - 09/22/19 at 01:02:34
flug   Ex Member

 
Hey, I got snooping around and found a full copy of the USACE Lewis & Clark Bicentennial map. It is attached as a PDF file. It includes:

- the navigation maps for Missouri River from St Louis to Nebraska City (so the complete set of maps from river mile 0 to just past river mile 560)

- the page accompanying each map page that has historical information and details about the Lewis & Clark expedition, for each river map

- a few extra introductory pages with historical information, background about the L&C bicentennial, and info about the maps

Also, the entire map booklet is all in one single PDF file and it's unlocked, so that you can easily print, combine, remove, or extract pages, etc. without trouble.

This document is now coming on 20 years old (and thus an interesting historical document in itself!) so I don't know that I could trust all of the emergency contact information and also perhaps fine details regarding navigation, maps, roads, land ownership, and such.

But it is still a very interesting and useful map and filled with information about the Lewis & Clark Expedition, timeline, locations, and so on.

Just for example, the map shows both current and historic (L&C-era) river channels, and also marks the *exact* location of each L&C campsite for each day of their journey.

Also, I OCRed the entire file, so you can copy/paste text. (Though the text is quite small & fuzzy, the OCR isn't the best.)
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Reply #10 - 09/22/19 at 03:00:53
flug   Ex Member

 
Attached to this message is the no OCR version of the file above.  It is larger, somewhat higher resolution--which is somewhat noticeable on maps etc--but no OCR.
 

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Reply #11 - 09/22/19 at 11:00:15
abcnkc   Ex Member

 
The first time I saw these maps they came to me on CD and the word Missouri was misspelled everytime. I think there may still be some available at the USACoE offices in the Bolling Federal Office Building in Downtown KCMo. Call ahead and they might be waiting for you at the Homeland Security Desk in the lobby. You'll most likely need to show picture ID to even get to the desk
 
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