Lewis and Clark Expidition
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Expedition across North America authorized by Thomas Jefferson
Lewis and Clark set out on their jouney
July 21st, 1804
Lewis and Clark were authorized to travel to the Pacific Ocean to find a river route on Feb. 28 1803
August 20th, 1804
Lewis and Clark set out on May 21, 1804 for the Pacific Ocean with 4 dozen other men.
November 4th, 1804
Lewis and Clark reach the Platte River. Marking the beginning of Sioux Territory
November 20th, 1804
Sergeant Charles Floyd dies from bilious chorlick (ruptured appendix). He is the first and the last person to die on the expedition.
Lewis and Clark meet Toussaint Charbonneau and his two Shoshone Indians wives. Little Otter and Sacagawea.
Lewis and Clark reach the Pacific Ocean on the Colombia. The ocean was in sight 13 days earlier.
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