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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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Albert Furtwangler235 Oak Way NE, Salem, OR 97301,
503-316-8011, vfurtwan@willamette.edu
Retired college professor; author: "Acts of Discovery", "Bringing Indians to the Book"1.) Interdisciplinary approaches to L&C; 2.) L&C and others' claims to empire...in territory and in early science.Informal talks pursuing questions of value: Why L&C matter--in this region, in early American history, in the clash of empires in the North Pacific, in the development of rival views of the West (by empire builders, missionaries, settlers)Adults, StudentsMid-Valley and beyondAny timeno
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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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Tom Laidlaw1607 Franklin St. # A, Vancouver, WA 98660, 360-695-4824, tomlaidlaw@comcast.netRetired, Theatre Arts degree from Portland State University; volunteer interpreter at Fort Vancouver; instructor for Elderhostel's L&C tour from St. Charles to Astoria; member of OCTA.First-person interpretation: Meriwether Lewis, Peter Skene Ogden, George Abernethy, Columbia Lancaster, William Cannon, and George Robert Twelves Hewes; plus straight lectures. Almost any part of the talks can be adapted to groups' specific needs.A versatile series of programs on Northwest History is available, amplified by many audio visual aids, maps, charts, and modern Power-Point presentations. Programs of any length can be developed, from 20 minute mini talks to multi-day courses. Children, AdultsOregon, SW WashingtonAny time$50-100
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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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