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Volume 1 cover photo
Mist rises from the frost on Fort Clatsop, the winter 1805-06 headquarters of Lewis and Clark's Corps of Discovery. This 1955 replica of the fort, reconstructed in the 1960's, is situated proximate to the original and lies at the heart of a significant advance in the commemoration of Lewis and Clark history: the Lewis and Clark National and State Historical Park. This timely increase in federal, state and local coordination of public stewardship, if enacted by Congres, will include sites throughout the lower Columbia region, such as Fort Clatsop, Fort Stevens, Fort Canby, and Ecola Park. Photo courtesy of the United States National Park Service.
Lewis and Clark Bicentennial First Class Postage commemorative stamps were issued on May 14, 2004. Special first day issue ceremonies were held in eleven locations across the nation, including both Fort Clatsop National Memorial in Oregon and Cape Disappointment in Washington. The cover stamp shows Meriwether Lewis and William Clark on the 1804-1806 Corps of Discovery expedition. The other two Bicentennial stamps are printed inside some versions of volume 2 of the voters' pamphlet. One is a formal portrait of Lewis and the other is of Clark. The stamps, trademarked and copyrighted, are courtesy of the United States Postal Service (www.usps.com).Voters' Guide for November 2, 2004 General Election