Lewis and Clark Expidition

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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