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There were 51 men in the Lewis and Clark expedition.

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York, Sacajawea, and Lewis's men went with them. Other people might have gone too.


There would be a total of 31 people in the Lewis and Clark expedition, but Lewis and Clark were the only ones who were permitted to write in the journals. Being that the instructions of what to write in them were given to Lewis only, and eventually Clark would know them, the others did not have the authority to do so.


"A woman with a party of men is a token of peace"-Clark



Lewis and Clark Expedition (1803-06) 1.) Before Lewis met up with Clark, he began the expedition on August 30, 1803 in Pittsburgh PA. Lt. William Clark would offer to join Lewis on the expedition weeks later on October 13, 1803 at Camp Dubois (in present-day Indiana).2.) At the time, Lewis was 29 years old and Clark was 33.3.) The party of nearly 30 --including Lewis and Clark, three sergeants, 22 enlisted men, volunteers, interpreters, and Clark's slave.



Lewis from the Lewis and Clark expedition was shot because one of his men thought he saw an elk, and shot at it, but he accidently shot Lewis in the butt. he wasnt killed, but he was wounded.


The only man known to have died during the Lewis and Clark Expedition was Sergeant Charles Floyd. Sergeant Floyd was born in Kentucky and was one of the first men to enlist in the expedition, on August 1, 1803. On August 20, 1804, he died from what is generally thought to have been a ruptured appendix. He is buried at Floyd's Bluff near Sioux City, Iowa.10


The only man known to have died during the Lewis and Clark Expedition was Sergeant Charles Floyd. Sergeant Floyd was born in Kentucky and was one of the first men to enlist in the expedition, on August 1, 1803. On August 20, 1804, he died from what is generally thought to have been a ruptured appendix. He is buried at Floyd's Bluff near Sioux City, Iowa.


Lewis and Clark Expedition (1803-06) 1.) Before Lewis met up with Clark, he began the expedition on August 30, 1803 in Pittsburgh PA. Lt. William Clark would offer to join Lewis on the expedition weeks later on October 13, 1803 at Camp Dubois (in present-day Indiana).2.) At the time, Lewis was 29 years old and Clark was 33.3.) The party of nearly 30 --including Lewis and Clark, three sergeants, 22 enlisted men, volunteers, interpreters, and Clark's slave.


Meriwether Lewis who had been appointed to the rank of Captain, was designated as the expedition "scientist". Prior to the expedition, Lewis went to Philadelphia for intense training by physician Benjamin Rush, astronomer-surveyor Andrew Ellicott, botanist Benjamin Barton, anatomist Casper Wister, and mathematician Robert Patterson. For three months he was tutored in the spring of 1803. The skills that Lewis learned would be passed on to Clark as they traveled. Prior to the expedition, Clark was in fact Lewis' superior officer and was very experienced in handling boats. Clark had rounded up some men from the mountains to help on the expedition.


Meriwether Lewis who had been appointed to the rank of Captain, was designated as the expedition "scientist". Prior to the expedition, Lewis went to Philadelphia for intense training by physician Benjamin Rush, astronomer-surveyor Andrew Ellicott, botanist Benjamin Barton, anatomist Casper Wister, and mathematician Robert Patterson. For three months he was tutored in the spring of 1803. The skills that Lewis learned would be passed on to Clark as they traveled. Prior to the expedition, Clark was in fact Lewis' superior officer and was very experienced in handling boats. Clark had rounded up some men from the mountains to help on the expedition.



Meriwether Lewis who had been appointed to the rank of Captain, was designated as the expedition "scientist". Prior to the expedition, Lewis went to Philadelphia for intense training by physician Benjamin Rush, astronomer-surveyor Andrew Ellicott, botanist Benjamin Barton, anatomist Casper Wister, and mathematician Robert Patterson. For three months he was tutored in the spring of 1803. The skills that Lewis learned would be passed on to Clark as they traveled. Prior to the expedition, Clark was in fact Lewis' superior officer and was very experienced in handling boats. Clark had rounded up some men from the mountains to help on the expedition.


Lewis and Clark explored the Louisiana Purchase. They and The Corps of Discovery (a group of about forty men) traveled to the village St. Charles. They also explored the Rocky Mountains. Pike explored in the Southwest into Spain's territory and got arrested.


No. Both Lewis & Clark were men.


Only one slave traveled on the Lewis and Clark expedition. His name was York, and he was Clark's slave, willed to him by his father. But Clark did not like to refer to him as slave, so in the journals he just called him "my servant". The two men had grown up together. York was tall, strong, a valuable member of the expedition, and devoted to Clark, who freed him when they returned to St. Louis. Subsequently Clark set him up in the draying business.


yes, she did. During the expedition, the Indians (shoshone people) recognized her, and they belived a women and her baby with a group full of men was a symbol of peace and love


Sgt Floyd was the only man known to have died during the Lewis and Clark Expedition. He was born in Kentucky and was one of the first men to enlist in the expedition, on August 1, 1803. On August 20, 1804, he died from what is generally thought to have been a ruptured appendix. He is buried at Floyd's Bluff near Sioux City, Iowa.


First, Jefferson requested $2500 from Congress to pay for the costs of the trip. Meriwether Lewis who had been appointed to the rank of Captain, was designated as the expedition "scientist". Prior to the expedition, Jefferson sent Lewis to Philadelphia for intense training by physician Benjamin Rush, astronomer-surveyor Andrew Ellicott, botanist Benjamin Barton, anatomist Casper Wister, and mathematician Robert Patterson. For three months he was tutored in the spring of 1803. The skills that Lewis learned would be passed on to Clark as they traveled. Prior to the expedition, Clark was in fact Lewis' superior officer and was very experienced in handling boats. Clark had rounded up some men from the mountains to help on the expedition.


Lewis and Clark explored the Louisiana territory. Charles Slidell later did additional exploration in this vicinity


The only man known to have died during the Lewis and Clark Expedition was Charles Floyd. Sergeant Floyd was born in Kentucky and was one of the first men to enlist in the expedition, on August 1, 1803. On August 20, 1804, he died from what is generally thought to have been a ruptured appendix. He is buried at Floyd's Bluff near Sioux City, Iowa.


The only man known to have died during the Lewis and Clark Expedition was Sergeant Charles Floyd. Sergeant Floyd was born in Kentucky and was one of the first men to enlist in the expedition, on August 1, 1803. On August 20, 1804, he died from what is generally thought to have been a ruptured appendix. He is buried at Floyd's Bluff near Sioux City, Iowa.



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