Several tools and firearms of the Lewis and Clark era were on display.
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Glen Allison, center, of Pasco portrayed Capt. Meriwether Lewis.
The flintlock firearms were capable of about three shots per minute, depending on the speed and ability of the shooter.
Members of the Pacific Northwest Living Historians demonstrated tools and skills used during the Lewis and Clark expedition, including handlin…
Anton Dmitriev, center, tries out a wooden yoke, a primitive tool used to carry pails of water.
Margaret Fedje portrayed a seamstress of the the Lewis and Clark era. Observing is Sebastian Dmitriev, 7, and Susan LaFrance.
Salt as it would have appeared after being extracted using early rudimentary methods during the Lewis and Clark expedition.
KNAPPTON — The beaver tail was good, but the whale blubber was savored, especially compared to their daily ration of dog meat.
A boy watches his ball during the Youth Golf Program July 3 at the Peninsula Golf Course in Long Beach.
Youth Golf Program participants listen to instruction July 3 at the Peninsula Golf Course.