Shannon Kelly is the Interpretive Resource Specialist at the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center and Fort Mandan State Historic Site in Washburn. She holds a bachelor’s in history from the University of Idaho and a master’s in public history from Colorado State University. Kelly has written a history of the Sound of Idaho Marching Band for the University of Idaho and is a contributor to the Lewis & Clark Trail Heritage Foundation’s journal We Proceeded On. She is currently at work on a book exploring the three winters of the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
Backstage Pass to North Dakota History
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