|Seaman the dog and statues depicting
the Lewis and Clark Exposition.
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Greeting visitors at the front entrance of the North Dakota Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center in Washburn, North Dakota, stand three 12-foot tall steel statues depicting Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, and Mandan Chief Sheheke. By Tom Neary
Statue of Seaman - Lewis and Clark's Dog
Also shown here is a six foot tall statue of the dog "Seaman," a large Newfoundland dog who traveled with Lewis and Clark, and of course, Lee Duquette, one-half of the two RV Gypsies.
Seaman, a sturdy Newfoundland dog, was the pet of Meriwether Lewis, chronicled in their journey logs as a faithful companion and even a hero, carrying food to an injured explorer and fending off predators around the camp.
The double life-size steel sculpture of Seaman was created by artist Tom Neary for the Lewis & Clark Fort Mandan Foundation.
|The North Dakota Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center provides an overview of the Lewis & Clark Expedition, with special emphasis on the time spent at Fort Mandan during the winter of 1804-1805.|
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