Jay Buckley will continue our Confluence of History lecture series with a Zoom presentation titled
"The Lewis & Clark Expedition: Visualizing
Their Journey Through Art" at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 12, on the second floor of the Lewiston City Library.
Buckley (PhD, Nebraska, 2001) grew up in Bridger Valley, Wyo., on a cattle and sheep ranch located on the north slope of the Uinta Mountains. He is an associate professor of history at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, where he teaches American West, American Indian and America history courses. Buckley is the author of the award-winning monograph "William Clark: Indian Diplomat" (2008). He
is co‑author of "By His Own Hand?: The Mysterious Death of Meriwether Lewis" (2006), "Zebulon Pike, Thomas
Jefferson, and the Opening of the American West" (2012) and five other books. He served as president of the
national Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation (2011-12), which provides leadership on scholarship,
education and conservation pertaining to the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail.
The Confluence of History's lecture series is made possible by the Lewiston City Library, Idaho Chapter Lewis Clark Trail Heritage Foundation, Nez Perce County Historical Society's North Central Idaho Speakers Bureau and the Idaho Governor's Lewis and Clark Trail Grant of 2022.
To reserve your physical seat at the library to watch the Zoom presentation, please call the museum at (208) 743-2535 or email email@example.com. Also you can click on the Zoom link byu.zoom.us/j/93683917539?pwd=TjdpZDJVZ1k0T1k2ckFteWtET2xOUT09to and passcode is 1804 to watch Jay's presentation at home.
No Zoom advanced registration needed.