L&C Information
Hear Dr. Peck give some Lewis and Clark medical information at their famous campsite, Traveler's Rest, in western Montana:  
Traces on the Trail :
See short lectures given by Dr. Peck at Traveler's Rest, Montana, site of the Expedition camp in September, 1805 and again in July, 1806
Mercury & Dr. Rush's Bilious Pills at Traveler's Rest
  Articles to Read

Firearms and the gunshot wounds suffered by Meriwether Lewis

A Life of Accomplishment and Giving: Dr. Benjamin Rush

Did the Sulfur Water from the “Magic” Spring Cure Sacagawea’s Illness?

The Strange and Mysterious Death of Captain Meriwether Lewis

The Medical World of Lewis and Clark

Hypochondriasis and Malaria

Or Perish in the Attempt:
The Hardship and Medicine of the
Lewis and Clark Expedition

Oregon Public Broadcasting
Produced by Oregon Public Broadcasting and Lewis and Clark College, Unfinished Journey, The Lewis and Clark Expedition is a 13 part series, narrated by Peter Coyote. This landmark series was carried nationally on over 80 NPR stations and covered a diverse number of topics relating to the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Dr. Peck was a featured participant in two of the episodes. These episodes are featured here in their entirety for your pleasure, courtesy of Oregon Public Broadcasting, Portland Oregon.

Wilderness Medicine

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