Travel the Great American West with award-winning historians who bring the legends to life.


Experience first-hand the sites where the pivotal events in the history of the West actually took place.  In addition to spectacular western scenery and national parks, programs feature living history, special speakers and events, authentic meals and music, interpretive centers, historic sites and other activities to help you to relate to the history that happened here.

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Go beyond astounding natural wonders and scenic beauty to uncover our rich cultural heritage.  Experience the places, artifacts and activities that authentically represent the stories and people of the past and present.  Memorable travel experiences don’t have to come from famous locales or breathtaking sights.  In fact, the richest memories often come from surprising sources, and provide the most meaningful experiences for travelers.

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Many of America’s most spectacular parks are located in the Great American West.  Experience the western parks as you’ve never seen them before, with the special insights and historical background provided by experts in the field.

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Shebby Lee Tours is a founder and co-owner of Travel Alliance Partners – 30 of North America’s premier tour providers. We are therefore able to offer hundreds of scheduled departures per year to the far corners of the globe.


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  • Geography Quiz: At one time bison numbered as many as 70 million in North America, but because of indiscriminate slaughter and a government policy to tame the indigenous peoples of the continent by eliminating their food supply, they had dwindled to two pockets of beasts totaling less than 400 by 1900. Can you name the locations where they survived?

    May 24

  • On this day in 1804 Merriwether Lewis, William Clark and the Corps of Discovery set sail from St. Charles, Missouri on their epic journey West. Clark recorded in his journal, "we set sail... at half-past three o'clock, under three cheers from the gentlemen on the bank and proceeded." Despite his cheery journal entry, it was an inauspicious beginning. Because of a late start, wind and rain, they made only three miles of what would end up to be the 8,000 mile journey ahead!

    “We arrived at St. Charles at 12 oClock. A number of spectators French & Indians flocked to the bank to see the party. This village is about one mile in length, situated on the North Side of the Missourie at the foot of a hill from which it takes its name, Peetiete Coete or the Little hill. This vil...

    May 22

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From Our Trail Talk Blog

  • Tidewater

    Two hundred years after the first Pilgrims, Dutch East Indian employees and English Cavaliers arrived on these shores (and began the long, agonizing process of wresting it from its original owners)  90% of the non-Indian population still lived within 50… read more >

  • Story Telling

    Nobel and Pulitzer Prize-winning American novelist, Toni Morrison, has admitted in interviews that she writes the story she would like to read herself.   Unfortunately, doing what we want and doing it well is a gift that only a talented few… read more >

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