The louisiana purchase

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  • Louisiana purchase
  • it's a deal!
  • I agree I will buy the land from you for 15 million dollars.
  • Lewis and Clark begin
  • were headed right on track and have all the supplies looks like were good.
  • Leg 2
  • Be warned there is a tribe coming up that is not as friendly as us beware.
  • The louisiana purchase was purchased from France. it cost 15 million dollars. the total land purchased was 827,000 square miles of land. Thomas Jefferson bought it from Napolean.
  • Leg 3
  • I demand your boat as a price for your passage
  • Lewis and Clark started at the Missouri river on May 20, 1803. They were supplied well with supplies for transportation, camping equipment, clothing, medicine, weapons, and more.
  • Leg 4
  • Our supplies are dwendeling fast.
  • Thomas Jefferson told Lewis and Clark they need to have a friendly impression on the sioux tribe. By the final week they reached the edge of the great plains . They met the yankton sioux tribe and gave them five medals and they did not like them and warned them about the teton sioux.
  • Lewis and Clark return
  • The journey is finally over!
  • As the yankton warned they met the teton sioux. One of the teton chiefs demanded a boat as the price of passage. The indians became threatining and Clark drew his sword and Lewis turned his gun to the indians. both sides drew back and the crisis was over and they headed up the river.
  • Lewis and Clark had to cover as many miles as they could before the Missouri froze. Four days after the first snowfall, they reached the Mandan tribe's villages, where they planned to spend the winter. The winter cam and their supplies started to dwindle.
  • The journey ended on September 23, 1805. The trip was two years, four months, and ten days. They discovered about 300 new species and were the first people to cross the pacific ocean by land.
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