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              Maricela Pena, center, pushes a relative's baby in a carriage while picking up four of her children at Lewis and Clark Elementary School in Wenatchee, Wash., Thursday, Sept. 20, 2012. M

    Maricela Pena, center, pushes a relative's baby in a carriage while picking up four of her children at Lewis and Clark Elementary School in Wenatchee, Wash., Thursday, Sept. 20, 2012. M

    Posted: 9/21/2012 5:33:51 PM EST
    Maricela Pena, center, pushes a relative's baby in a carriage while picking up four of her children at Lewis and Clark Elementary School in Wenatchee, Wash., Thursday, Sept. 20, 2012. Many were wearing masks and covering their faces as the city continues to be chocked with smoke from nearby wildfires. At left, teacher Lucy Garcia wears a mask while on crossing guard duty. Garcia said the masks have been donated to the school and she's been wearing hers when outside since Monday. (AP Photo/The Seattle Times, Ken Lambert)
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    Posted: 3/27/2012 7:50:47 PM EST
    In this March 23, 2012, photo semi-trucks drive north on Highway 85 south of Williston, N.D. Touring bicyclists wanting to retrace the path of explorers Lewis and Clark or pedal through the northern tier of the U.S. are being warned to steer clear of northwest North Dakota because of heavy oil traffic. (AP Photo/Elijah Nouvelage)
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    Posted: 3/17/2012 9:25:46 PM EST
    Republican presidential candidate, former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, right, greets supporters after campaigning at a Lewis and Clark Township Caucus Saturday, March 17, 2012, in Hazelwood, Mo. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)
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    Posted: 3/17/2012 9:25:46 PM EST
    Republican presidential candidate, former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, speaks at a campaign stop in Lewis and Clark Township, Mo. Caucus Saturday, March 17, 2012, in Hazelwood, Mo. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)
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    Posted: 3/17/2012 9:25:46 PM EST
    Republican presidential candidate, former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, speaks at a campaign stop in Lewis and Clark Township, Mo. Caucus Saturday, March 17, 2012, in Hazelwood, Mo. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)
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    Posted: 3/17/2012 5:05:46 PM EST
    Republican presidential candidate, former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, waves to supporters as he leaves the Lewis and Clark Township Caucus Saturday, March 17, 2012, in Hazelwood, Mo. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)
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    Posted: 12/9/2011 7:05:47 PM EST
    FILE - This April 3, 2001 file photo shows the Holter Dam on the Missouri River near Wolf Creek, Mont., that is privately owned by Pennsylvania Power and Light. Montana Supreme Court justices will hear arguments Dec.7, 2011 that invoke the Lewis and Clark expedition from two centuries ago in a dispute that could affect who controls waterways across the nation. PPL Montana is appealing a ruling by the Montana Supreme Court that determined the state owns the lands beneath 10 hydroelectric dams, including Holter Dam, sitting on three Montana rivers. The state court said PPL must pay the state rent dating back to 2000, amounting to more than $52 million with interest. (AP Photo/Great Falls Tribune, Stuart S. White, File)
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    Posted: 9/23/2011 11:46:06 AM EST
    William Clark's descendants Peyton 'Bud' Clark, center, and Carlota 'Lotsie' Holton, right, walks with Lewis and Clark historian Roger Wendlick Thursday, Sept. 22, 2011, at Cape Disappointment State Park, near Ilwaco, Wash. Back in 1806, explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark stole a canoe from native Americans living on the Pacific Coast. More than 200 years later, Clark's descendants are making amends to the Indian's descendants by having a 36-foot replica built for them. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
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    Posted: 9/23/2011 11:46:06 AM EST
    Lewis and Clark historian Roger Wendlick stand along Waikiki Beach Thursday, Sept. 22, 2011, at Cape Disappointment State Park, near Ilwaco, Wash. Back in 1806, explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark stole a canoe from native Americans living on the Pacific Coast. More than 200 years later, Clark's descendants are making amends to the Indian's descendants by having a 36-foot replica built for them. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
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    Posted: 9/23/2011 11:46:06 AM EST
    Lewis and Clark historian Roger Wendlick stand along Waikiki Beach Thursday, Sept. 22, 2011, at Cape Disappointment State Park, near Ilwaco, Wash. Back in 1806, explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark stole a canoe from native Americans living on the Pacific Coast. More than 200 years later, Clark's descendants are making amends to the Indian's descendants by having a 36-foot replica built for them. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
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    Posted: 9/23/2011 11:46:05 AM EST
    William Clark's descendants Peyton 'Bud' Clark, left, and Carlota 'Lotsie' Holton, right, walks with Lewis and Clark historian Roger Wendlick Thursday, Sept. 22, 2011, at Cape Disappointment State Park, near Ilwaco, Wash. Back in 1806, explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark stole a canoe from native Americans living on the Pacific Coast. More than 200 years later, Clark's descendants are making amends to the Indian's descendants by having a 36-foot replica built for them. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
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    Posted: 9/23/2011 11:46:05 AM EST
    William Clark's descendant Carlota 'Lotsie' Holton walks with Lewis and Clark historian Roger Wendlick Thursday, Sept. 22, 2011, at Cape Disappointment State Park, near Ilwaco, Wash. Back in 1806, explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark stole a canoe from native Americans living on the Pacific Coast. More than 200 years later, Clark's descendants are making amends to the Indian's descendants by having a 36-foot replica built for them. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
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    Posted: 9/23/2011 11:46:05 AM EST
    FILE - In this June 26, 2011 photo provided by Laura McCallum and taken in Veneta, Ore., a group of men help turn a canoe being built by John McCallum, owner and boatwright of Applegate Boatworks, in Veneta, Ore. Back in 1806, explorers Lewis and Clark stole a canoe from native Americans living on the Pacific Coast. More than 200 years later, William Clark's descendants are making amends to the Indians' descendants by having a 36-foot replica built for them by an McCallum. The gesture by Clark's descendants means a lot to the Chinook Indian Nation _ so much so that the tribe and Clark's descendants will have a salmon dinner together on the weekend to mark the occasion. (AP Photo/Laura McCallum)
  •  - Honadel films the record Missouri River water release from Gavins Point Dam on the South Dakota/Nebraska border

    Honadel films the record Missouri River water release from Gavins Point Dam on the South Dakota/Nebraska border

    Posted: 7/2/2011 7:49:23 PM EST
    Lisa Honadel (L) of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, films the record Missouri River water release from Gavins Point Dam on the South Dakota/Nebraska border, in this picture taken on July 1, 2011. After record snowmelt and spring rain, the spillway is releasing a massive 160,000 cubic feet of Missouri River water per second from Lewis and Clark Lake downstream. Watching with Lisa, are her son Davis and husband Craig Honadel. The dam spillway has become a major local tourist attraction. Picture taken July 1, 2011. REUTERS/Michael Avok (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL DISASTER)
  •  - Tim Ravndal head of the Lewis and Clark Conservative Tea Party speaks on the steps of the Montana statehouse

    Tim Ravndal head of the Lewis and Clark Conservative Tea Party speaks on the steps of the Montana statehouse

    Posted: 3/5/2011 11:27:27 AM EST
    Tim Ravndal, head of the Lewis and Clark Conservative Tea Party, speaks on the steps of the Montana statehouse March 4, 2011. About two dozen gun-toting Tea Party activists rallied at the Montana statehouse on Friday to show support for their 2nd Amendment rights to bear arms, and for limiting the reach of the federal government. Picture taken March 4. REUTERS/Emilie Ritter/ (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)