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Were Lewis and Clark good leaders on the expedition?

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Lewis and Clark were good leaders on their expedition. Lewis was considered to be the leader of the expedition and was a very insightful leader.

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Lewis and Clark had to sleep on there expedition because that was the only place they could sleep it is not like they can go to a home and sleep there thanks for reading and good luck to you


Its imporatant because if we did not have Lewis and Clark we would probably not be here right now . They made the land ok for us to live in it . its good that we have it .


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Sacajawea was important because she was a Shoshone which live in the Rockies which is where Lewis and Clark needed to travel so she new how to navigate the expedition. She also helped with trading horses because the Shoshone had good horses and she could speak 4 languages. Sacajawea was also very resourceful, which helped when the expedition had to abandon some of they're belongings when they had to continue on foot.



He instructed Lewis to explore the Louisiana Purchase and find out if it is a good place and Lewis knew Clark from the military so he invited him as well.


lewis and clark seperated because they weren't a good team working together sailing in a ship they just coulden't handle it so someone gave lewis the idea of breaking his friendship with clark


Meriwether Lewis was best known as the leader of the expedition. He was born on August 18, 1774 in Albemarle County, Virginia. He was the second child and first son of William and Lucy Meriwether Lewis. His mother was widely knowledgeable in herbal medicine and remedies. Meriwether heavily drew information from her mother's teachings during the expedition to the West. Lewis learned much of his backwoods skills when his family moved to Georgia. He would later receive a formal education when he returned to Virginia around the age of 13. In 1795, Lewis joined the Army as an ensign and was stationed under General Wayne in Ohio country. Due to his bad drinking and misconducted behavior, he was transfered to a company of sharpshooters lead by William Clark. The two soon became good friends and gained each other's respect. Lewis rose to lieutenant in 1799 and gained a fairly good reputation. Thomas Jefferson, the former president at the time, appointed Lewis as his private secretary. Jefferson had a dream of exploring the west. He was the actual force that drove the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Meriwether Lewis was then appointed to lead the expedition and of course he accepted. He studied science extensively before embarking on the journey. Lewis was 29 years old when he was chosen to lead the expedition. He knew how to lead men but he wasn't the best leader due to his drinking habits and behavior so he was accompanied by William Clark. Lewis and Clark became one of the most renowned partnerships in American history.


They thought it would be a good idea to bring the baby along because they thought it would show that the expedition's intentions were peaceful.


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no. they needed a person good with direction.


No, they didn't meet until adults


The staring place was Pittsburgh, PA.......................I think this is right I'm only in the 8th grade and this is what we are learning well for anyone who reads this.. GOOD LUCK and HAVE A NICE DAY OR NIGHT



The exploration of Lewis and Clark resulted in the founding of American, eventually.


They crossed the Rocky Mountain Range...good luck!


she teasilated Indian for them and brought a good cook with her


Meiwether Lewis and William Clark were friends. the were both in the military Lewis was a captain, Clark was a lieutenant. thanks to Sacagawea, a Shoshone native, Lewis's' and Clark's relationship with the natives was good. The natives some times saved there lives and supplied them with food throughout the journey


He is definitely worthy of being remembered. Not only was he our third President, but he wrote the Declaration of Independence and bought the Louisiana Purchase which started the Lewis and Clark Expedition. His face is on Mt. Rushmore for a good reason.


John Key, Possibly Helen Clark, and Graham Henry


lewis was originally chosen because he was a friend of Jefferson, he was young, and he had many skills (drawing, exploring, negotiating) that he would need. lewis chose the older clark to accompany him because he was especially good at drawing maps


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The Chinook people were good traders and the people who hosted Lewis & Clark in the winter of 1805 and 1806


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