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  • Louisiana Purchase
  • This color= the louisiana Territory.
  • Lewis and Clark Begin
  • Missouri River
  • Leg 3
  • Give us the boat
  • Thomas Jefferson bought the Louisiana territory from Napoleon Bonaparte. The land of about 827,000 square miles, cost $15 million, about 3 cents an acre.
  • Leg 4
  • We can walk on this river
  • Yeah, I know
  • Lewis and Clark started going upstream of the Missouri River from St. Lewis. They left for the Expedition in May of 1804. Lewis and Clark were very well supplied, they brought many different items and materials for trading with the Native-Americans that they came across.
  • Leg 5
  • Here you go.
  • Thank you!
  • The Yankton Sioux had warned them that the Teton Sioux would greet them with gifts; a medal, a military coat, and a cocked hat with ill-disguised hostility. Also, the Teton Sioux wouldn't let Lewis and Clark pass there territory if they didn't give the tribe a boat as the price.
  • Lewis and Clark Reture
  • What is this?
  • Lewis and Clark had went over a lot of miles before the Missouri River froze and 4 day after the first snowfall they had made it to the Mandan's tribe and planned to stay there through the winter. Soon they finish a fort and the temperatures were dropping and they were gradually running out of food.
  • Soon it was Spring and the river started to thaw. After a hard winter of hunting buffalo and trading with the Indians Lewis and Clark disited to move on and continue with their expedition.
  • Lewis and Clark returned in 1806 and they were gone for 2 years, 4 months, and 10 days. They also traveled over 8,000 miles on their trip. Lewis and Clark discovered about 300 new species on their trip. Lewis and Clark were the first men to make all the way to the Pacific Ocean on foot.
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