The Oregon Heritage Commission, whose mission is to secure, sustain, enhance and promote Oregon’s heritage, adopted the Lewis & Clark Bicentennial in 1996 recognizing the impact of the Expedition on Oregon’s history. Lewis & Clark Bicentennial in Oregon (LCBO) initially began in 1996 as a coalition of individuals interested in determining how the Bicentennial should be commemorated in Oregon, winning the endorsement of the Commission to coordinate statewide heritage events. LCBO subsequently incorporated as a non-profit in 1999, with Ted Kaye as the executive director, Bill Hansell as the board president, and administrative support provided by the Oregon Historical Society. We are pleased to be able to continue to make available to you the content of the LCBO website. You can enter the site by clicking on the logo below.
Its website is archived here, on the website of the Oregon Chapter of the Lewis & Clark Trail Heritage Foundation, so that visitors can see the tremendous amount accomplished in Oregon during the Bicentennial and tap some of the multitude of excellent resources contained in its website. You can enter the site by clicking here or on the logo above.