About this project

Undaunted Anglers – Fishing with Lewis and Clark was originally created as a physical exhibit by the Fly Fishers International and housed at the Fly Fishing Discovery Center in Livingston, Montana. The exhibit was researched and created by Seonaid Campbell and was open to the public from 2004 to 2009. The physical exhibit is now on display at the Missouri River Basin Lewis and Clark Interpretive Trail and Visitors Center in Nebraska City, Nebraska. The center focuses on the scientific discoveries of Lewis and Clark and is a perfect resting home for this exhibit. Visit the Missouri River Basin Lewis and Clark Center.

This project was made possible with funding from The Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail of the National Park Service. Artwork in this website is by Michael Haynes and Joseph Tomelleri.

The virtual exhibit may be used by education and non-profit entities for educational purposes only. All artwork and illustrations are restricted for use solely in the context of the exhibit. If you are interested in utilizing any artwork or illustrations beyond the context of the exhibit, please contact the artist for their permission.

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