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Dignity of Earth & Sky / Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center

Dignity of Earth and Sky

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Dignity was installed in her location at the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center on September 17, 2016 – follow her story

Links to  additional information:

Dale Lamphere – Dignity the Vision

Missouri River Tourism – Native American Roots

South Dakota Magazine – Dignity Unveiled

 

 

 

 

 

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The center commemorates the Lewis & Clark 1803-1806 expedition as they voyaged through South Dakota.
It features interpretive panels and murals reconstructing the expedition journey. Take the scenic walk and view the Missouri River and the community of Chamberlain and Oacoma from a replica keelboat.

 

Location:
Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center is at the Chamberlain rest area on Interstate 90 between Exits 263 and 265.

Admission:
Free admission and free parking. Handicap accessible.

Contact us:
Phone:(605) 734-4562

Hours:8am-5pm

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