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From left to right: Lewis, Clark, Sacagawea, and Pikke Queenah. The others are extras.
AND THE EAGLE OF FREEDOM!!!
On September 11th the men set out and started to climb the Rocky Mountains. With the supplies and guides the Shoshone indians gave the men.
To stay alive the men Lewis and Clark had to eat some of their horses and animal fat candles.
Lewis, Clark, and their men meet the Nez Perce Indians. The Nez Perce indians gave the men new supplies, and taught them how to make canoes.
The crew then went through the Snake River and eventually got to the Columbia River junction.
Who are these people?!
When the men reached the junction of the Snake and Columbia River there were a group of indians who came to watch Lewis and Clark. The crew gave the chief a medal, shirt, and a handkerchief.
Nice to meet you.
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