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8. Fort Osage - Reconstruction of fort built in 1808 under the supervision of Clark as Superintendent of Indian Affairs for the Louisiana Territory.

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9. Lewis and Clark Memorial - Located in a small Kansas City park on the river bluff. View of the confluence of the Kansas and Missouri Rivers.

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10. Independence Park - Interpretive sign about the Expedition’s camp of July 4, 1804, and the naming of Independence Creek by the captains.

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11. Brownville State Recreation Area - The historic side-wheel dredge vessel "Captain Meriwether Lewis" located here has been converted into a floating museum.

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