Lewis and Clark Sculpture
611 W 8th St, Kansas City, MO 64105-1311
When Lewis and Clark stopped at this spot on September
15, 1806, atop a high bluff with a sweeping view of the Missouri
River Valley, they noted that the site offered a "commanding
situation for a fort."
Today, this spot is in downtown Kansas City -
Clark's Point. The sculpture depicts Lewis, Clark, York, and
Sacagawea holding her baby Jean Baptiste and Seaman (Lewis's newfoundland
dog). Eugene Daub, one of
America's leading figurative sculptures, created the work.