Thomas Jefferson asks Lewis and Clark to explore the Western land.
Lewis and Clark, thank God you're here. I have news that there is land western available for us. I need you to set out on an expedition.
Of course Mr. Jefferson, we would love to. We are so honored.
Lewis and Clark went to a Native American camp to find people to come along in the expedition in case they run into Indian tribes.
What are you Americans doing in our house?!
Sorry sir, our names are Lewis and Clark. We would like you and your wife to come on our expedition to the West. We believe that there are Native American tribes, so we would like you to come along with us.
After a long time of travel, they finally get to the West. Sacajawea is looking and inspecting all the plants and wildlife in the West.
Look at all the plants and wildlife!
I know, the west is so great!
Lewis and Clark meet back up with Thomas Jefferson to tell him what they found.
Great, you guys are back from your exploration!! Did you find anything good?
Yes, actually we found out that there is a lot of great land in the West. There are many plants and animals, I think buying it will be worth it.
Thomas Jefferson meets up with the congress to decide if he should get the Western land.
There's land Western that Lewis and Clark say is really good. Should we get it?
I think we should, we could grow the U.S.A. even more!
Jefferson meets up with Napoleon to give him the $15,000,000 for the Western land. This later on begins to be known as the Louisiana Purchase.