Terra Cognita

Newsletter of the Society for the History of Discoveries

Page 11

May 2002

Lewis and Clark in Cody, Wyoming
      This summer, the Larom Summer Institute in Western American Studies in conjunction with the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody, Wyoming will offer two sessions designed to explore the world of Lewis and Clark. The sponsors say “Not just a survey of the expedition’s travels, encounters, and accomplishments, the courses bring the heritage of Lewis and Clark into the 21st century.” 
      Session I (June 3-14, 2002) includes two courses, (1) Pioneering Naturalists: the Natural History of the Lewis and Clark Expedition (SHD member John Logan Allen, Instructor), and (2) Exploration and Encounter: Lewis and Clark in Indian Country (James Ronda, Instructor). The two courses offered in Session II (June 17-28, 2002) are (1) Charting the Course of Empire: Mapping the American West with Lewis and Clark and Beyond (SHD member Ralph Ehrenberg, Instructor), and (2) From Lewis and Clark: The U.S. Army in the West (George G. Chalou, Instructor).
      For more information about these summer sessions, contact Lillian Turner at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, 720 Sheridan Avenue, Cody, Wyoming 82414. Phone- (307) 578-4007. E-mail- programs@bbhc.org.

Contributing Members 2003
      The society wishes to recognize those contributing members who have paid $50.00 annual dues. They are::

Richard Adelson 
Sanford H. Bederman 
Alan Brown 
John G.L. Cabot 
Tom Conley 
Ralph Ehrenberg 
Peter Enggass 
Richard Francaviglia 
Warren Heckrotte 
Robert Highbarger J. 
Arthur Holzheimer
Alice Hudson
H.G. Jones 
Ken Nebenzahl
Fabian O’Dea
Mark O’Donoghue
David Parsons
Walter Ristow
Robert Stocker II
J. Thom Touchton
John Wolter
John Woram

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