Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center Fort Canby The interpretive center sits in front of Battery David at the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center. View from the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center out to the north jetty of the Columbia River. The tools uses to navigate and make maps during the expedition. A display of making salt while staying a Fort Clatsop. One of the displays tell the story of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. The upper floor features the story of early days shipping protection and rescue. The Lewis and Clark National Interpretive Center has some great view windows. A 3D relief of the bay and mouth of the Columbia River. An example of an early days Coast Guard Rowing rescue boat. A Fresnel order 1 light house light is on display. Tools for making a Point (arrowhead). Most of the these are what native people would have to used to flack a point. An example of how the make a point (arrowhead) out of Obsidian.