histoery
Updated: 3/31/2021
histoery

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  • are you exited to see the new land Thomas Jefferson bought
  • yea
  • this is a long jouney
  • can you help us on are journey
  • sure
  • i will come to
  • Lewis and Clark's keel-boat was built as a galley in Pittsburgh in 1803 for the Lewis and Clark Expedition, after detailed specifications by Meriwether Lewis. ... The boat was the expedition's main vessel until the spring of 1805, when it was returned to Saint Louis
  • lock at all of these fish clark
  • i know lewis.
  • Lewis and Clark's keelboat was built as a galley in Pittsburgh in 1803 for the Lewis and Clark Expedition, after detailed specifications by Meriwether Lewis. ... The boat was the expedition's main vessel until the spring of 1805, when it was returned to Saint Louis.
  • Sacajawea, the daughter of a Shoshone chief, was captured by an enemy tribe and sold to a French Canadian trapper who made her his wife around age 12. In November 1804, she was invited to join the Lewis and Clark expedition as a Shoshone interpreter.Feb 28, 2018
  • this was a very exiteding adventure
  • Lewis was thrilled to see the enormous waterfall, the Great Falls of the Missouri. It was 900 feet wide and 80 feet high with a "beautiful rainbow" just above the spray. Lewis called it "the grandest sight" he "ever beheld." More importantly, it meant that he and Clark had chosen the right fork in the Missouri River.
  • On March 23, 1806, the Corps left Fort Clatsop for home. They retrieved their horses from the Nez Perce and waited until June for the snow to melt to cross the mountains into the Missouri River Basin.After again traversing the rugged Bitterroot Mountain Range, Lewis and Clark split up at Lolo Pass.Lewis’ group took a shortcut north to the Great Falls of the Missouri River and explored Marias River—a tributary of the Missouri in present-day Montana—while Clark’s group, including Sacagawea and her family, went south along the Yellowstone River. The two groups planned to rendezvous where the Yellowstone and Missouri met in North Dakota.
  • The Corps had traveled more than 8,000 miles, produced invaluable maps and geographical information, identified at least 120 animal specimens and 200 botanical samples and initiated peaceful relations with dozens of Native American tribes.