Louisiana Purchase and Lewis and Clark's Expedition By: Devin Wilson

Louisiana Purchase and Lewis and Clark's Expedition By: Devin Wilson
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  • I, President Jefferson, want Lewis and Clark to go on an expedition.
  • I, Lewis, will do this President Jefferson.
  • I, Clark, will do this President Jefferson.
  •                    May 14, 1804
  • I, Clark, think we made it to the Mississippi River.
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  • That took forever Clark.
  • Lewis,I think we finally made it.
  • Thanks for signing the Louisiana Purchase.
  •         At the end of their expedition our nation grew very rapidly.
  • 1803
  • Your welcome.
  • The key people are in the first and second to last square. They are Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, Thomas Jefferson, and Sacagawea.
  • September 23, 1806
  • Thank you for giving us food Sacagwea.
  • Lewis and Clark's journey was from May 14, 1804 to September 23, 1806. The Louisiana Purchase was signed in 1803.
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  • Thank you for getting all of these crops for our country and extending our country.
  • Lewis and Clark get the Louisiana Purchase signed and set off on there journey back home.
  • Sacagawea provides Lewis and Clark with food and valuable advice.
  • Your welcome Lewis and Clark.
  • President Jefferson thanks Lewis and Clark for getting the nation more land.
  • Your welcome.
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