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CONTENTS
COVER STORY
PLANT LIFE
TASTE
ON FITNESS
ESSAY
NOW & THEN
PREVIOUS ISSUES OF PACIFIC NW


Lewis & Clark
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COVER STORY

Two journeys: From the trail of Discovery to the trial of denial, the Chinooks survive

WRITTEN BY ROSS ANDERSON
PHOTOGRAPHED BY STEVE RINGMAN
ON THE COVER: Gary Johnson's long ponytail is about the only physical trait that is stereotypically Native American. The Chinooks were mostly short and stocky; Johnson stands well over 6 feet.

PLANT LIFE
A Horticultural Heritage
The fruits of Lewis and Clark's botanical explorations can still be experienced in our home gardens.experienced in our home


ON FITNESS
Fit As An Animal
Go way, way back before Lewis and Clark in order to be fit.


NOW & THEN
Schooled in 'LC'
TASTE
Repasts Of The Past
Lewis and Clark didn't eat this well, but a new cookbook points out how Jefferson might have fared.


ESSAY
Of Heroes And Hype
Unlike the mostly anonymous explorers who beat them West, Lewis and Clark had great marketing.


PREVIOUS ISSUES
June 29, 2003
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The energizer: With persistence and passion, Aubrey Davis leads the political way
June 22, 2003
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Taking the long view: Saving the 'green heartland' from Seattle to Vancouver
June 15, 2003
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Strong man: A dad discovers the power of tender

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