Lewis and Clark Expedition
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On February 28, 1803, Lewis and Clark got and approval from President Thomas Jefferson for a visionary project.
On April 7, 1805, the Corps of Discovery left Fort Mandan and continued their journey.
On May 14, 1804, Lewis, Clark, and 31 other men left from Camp Dubois to begin their expedition. The group is known as The Corps of Dicovery.
On July 25, 1805, the Corps of Discovery reached Three Forks.
Finally, on November 7, 1805, the Corps of Discovery reached the Pacific Ocean. Then on September 23, 1806, they made it back to St. Louis.
On November 2, 1804, the Corps of Discovery started Fort Mandan near the Missouri River. They stayed there for the winter.
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