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SpeakerContactBackgroundExpertise & TopicsSpecialty & PropsPreferred AudiencesGeographic RangeAvailabilityFee
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John W. Fisher25216 Arrow Highline Rd, Juliaetta, ID 83535, 208-276-3164, jwfisher1961@gmail.comRetired Lewiston High School Science Teacher. Lewis & Clark historical re-enactor and interpreter. Independent scholar and consultant to the Ft. Mandan Museum. Collector of period artifacts representing those carried on the expedition.The material culture of the Expedition. Presentations include: "Venereal Disease and Mercury on the Expedition"; "Lewis's Traveling Library"; "Medical events Lolo to The Dalles"; "Medicine, Madame Charbonneau, & Pomp"; and "Medicines Purchased in a Philadelphia Apothecary Shop".Pickup and trailer filled with trunks of artifacts, especially the country's best collection of expedition medical material; presentation in various period uniforms; high quality auditorium Power Point projector & personal amplification. Third person only.Adults & Children; not all these presentations are suitable for childrenCountry-wideMost any time with adequate notificationTravel & housing expenses and possible presentation fee
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Alisha HamelP.O. Box 1822, Clackamas, OR 97015,
503-705-5965, alishahamel@gmail.com
Executive Director, Historical Outreach Foundation; Lt. Col., Oregon National GuardEntire history of the Corps, Military history of the CorpsSuitcase exhibit with period items and replicasChildren, AdultsOregon, SW WashingtonAny timeDonation requested to Historical Outreach Foundation
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Gloria Linkey561 Bonnie Ct., Seaside, OR 97138,
503-440-7142, glorialinkey@aol.com
Historian, Author, College Adjunct Instructor (retired insurance broker)Women and the Expedition ("Native American Women: Three Who Changed History")First-person interpretation of Molly Bridget Sullivan, inn keeper in St. Louis in 1806, just after the expedition returns and 3 of the men are staying at her boarding house. In period clothing.Children, AdultsOregon CoastAny timeUsually $100
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Larry McClure17760 SW Cheyenne, Tualatin, OR 97062,
503-692-5489, Larry.McClure@or-lcthf.org
Retired educator (NWREL)Entire history of the CorpsTeaching teachersChildren, AdultsPortland AreaAny timeno
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Roger Wendlick6414 N Delaware Ave., Portland, OR 97217,
971-235-1805, Roger.Wendlick@or-lcthf.org
Noted L&C book collector & re-enactorEntire history of the CorpsFirst-person interpretation of George Drouillard, tomahawk throwing, flintlock rifle, sign talkingChildren, AdultsOregon, SW WashingtonAny timeyes, depends
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Tom Wilson206 Bristol St., Astoria, OR 97103,
503-325-6284, Tom.Wilson@or-lcthf.org
Ranger, Fort Clatsop; retired teacherEntire history of the Corps, Military history of the CorpsFort Clatsop, Winter of 1805-06, Saltworks & Saltmakers...with actual kettles and saltChildren, AdultsOregon CoastAny timeno
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