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  • You will not be disappointed.
  • Can you kind sirs take on this task. I am appointing you to map out the Mississippi River and the Pacific Ocean so we can use it for trade?
  • Yes, sir we will take up the task.
  • In the summer of 1803, the boat was constructed and the journey had began. Lewis had began to travel down the Ohio River and picked up Clark on the way. They built Camp Wood at the intersection of the Missouri and Mississippi River.
  • Since we have built Camp Wood, let us start to recruit people for the Corps of Discovery.
  • Yes.
  • I have gathered all my supplies. Have you, Clark?
  • The Corps had now already discovered the Great Plains and had a conflict with the aboriginal people who lived on that land because, they claimed that the team was passing through their territory of the river. However, they soon resolved the issue and stayed there for three days to research. After gathering their findings, they arrived at the Missouri River and built Fort Mandan.Here they met a Canadian Fur Trader and his wife, Sacagawea.
  • Hello, we are Lewis and Clark. We are explorers mapping out a route to the west and the Mississippi River. Will you come with us and be our Shoshone interpreter?
  • Hello, I am Sacagewea and this is my husband, Charbonneau.
  • Yes, I'll be happy to help as long as I find my family.
  • It is early spring of 1805 and the team has arrived in Missouri along with the help of Sacagewea.
  • Look! I have found a new species of plant!
  • I documented my findings of grizzly bears and bull snakes.
  • I think I might have discovered a new species of birds. Er...I think I'll call them woodpeckers!
  • In August of 1805, the Corps came to Shoshone Camp in Montana. Here, Sacagewea met her family.
  • It was now late November and Lewis and Clark had finally reached the Pacific Ocean! Here they established Fort Clatsop.
  • Alas! We have reached the Pacific!
  • Thanks to the Corps and Sacagawea for helping us. I say we stay here and research for a while until we plan our journey back.
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