Bicentennial Offers Opportunities for Tourism and Good WillFeb 15th, 2003 | By dyellowbird | Category: 14-3: Your Heroes Are Not Our Heroes, Features
Two hundred years ago, the Lewis and Clark expedition encountered the Lakota, Dakota, Arikara, Mandan, and Hidatsa in what is now South Dakota and North Dakota. Today these tribes are preparing for tourists who will visit some of the same sites as the explorers. This time, they won’t be at the shore of the Missouri River handing out food and directions. Instead, Native people will be taking a lead role in interpreting and making history.
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