Lewis and Clark Trail Pavilion

Iowa Tribe of KS and NE Loop Tour

Lewis and Clark Trail Pavilion

White Cloud, Kansas 66094, United States

Created By: Baxoje Wosgaci


This pavilion and stone marker interprets the passage here of the Lewis and Clark Expedition of 1804-1806, as well as the Indian culture which occupied this land before 1836, the Kansa or Kaw Tribe, who ceded this land in 1825, prior to its passage into Ioway hands in 1836. Here also is the boat landing and fish cleaning station for local fishermen who fish for carp and various species of catfish in the Missouri River.

This point of interest is part of the tour: Iowa Tribe of KS and NE Loop Tour


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