the Lewis and clark expedition
Lewis and Clark killed 13 deer on their expedition
Lewis and Clark were joined by 31 other permanent members of the expedition.
Yes Lewis and Clark met many Native Americans on their journey. The Lewis and Clark Expedition began in 1804 and ended in 1806.
the most important thing about The Lewis & Clark Expedition was that it led to active learning through exploration. The expedition describes the journey of Lewis and Clark during the Louisiana
he most important thing about The Lewis & Clark Expedition was that it led to active learning through exploration. The expedition describes the journey of Lewis and Clark during the Louisiana
The Lewis and Clark expedition followed the Missouri river westward, through what is now Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska. This expedition began on May 14, 1804.
It was not an African American who helped guide Lewis and Clark on their expedition. It was a Native American. However, Sacagawea was the one who helped them with their journey.
Lewis, Clark, Sacagawea's Husband, Sacagawea, 45 members, and bunch of People in there.
There were 33 individuals on the expedition, plus Sacajawea.
The purpose of the Lewis and Clark expedition, or Corps of Discovery , was to find a water route to the Pacific Ocean.
The Lewis and Clark expedition to fined a rout to the pacific ocean was the only expedition Lewis and Clark went on together, because a few years later Lewis killed himself.
The Lewis and Clark expedition took place in Platys burgh
only once, on the way back from their journey.
Both went to places unknown and full of dangers.
i think they will need hard working people who are willing to go on the expedition
During the journey of the expedition they prepared advanced weapons to show their military firepower. They also carried flags, gift bundles, medicine, and other items they needed for the journey.
The Lewis and Clark expedition came to be known as the 'Permanent Party.' These were the members of the Corps of Discovery who had remained with the group for the duration of the expedition. Several members were removed from the expedition party because of disciplinary reasons.
so her brother,Cameahwait can lead them through the journey
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The members of the Lewis and Clark expedition of 1804-1806 were willing to endure the hardships they encountered for a variety of reasons. Some were inspired by the daring and the glory of the expedition itself. Others persisted for the sake of the rewards that could be earned at the journey's conclusion. Others acted out of simple courage and loyalty toward their fellow expedition-members. Still others, such as Lewis and Clark themselves, acted out of a steady patriotism that carried them through to the end.
Yes he was. William Clark was a lieutenant-captain and was in fact Lewis' superior prior to the expedition. However, once Jefferson assigned Lewis to the expedition, Lewis was promoted to Captain. Lewis always considered Clark his "co-captain" and kept secret the fact that Clark was of lower rank from the other members.