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Were lewis and clark good friends as children?


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No, they didn't meet until adults

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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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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 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 would be a lifelong bachelor and therefore did not marry nor have any children. William Clark however would marry twice and have several children. With his first wife, Julia Hancock, Clark had five children. They were Meriwether Lewis Clark, Sr., William Preston Clark, Mary Margaret Clark, George Rogers Hancock Clark and John Julius Clark. After his first wife's death he remarried her first cousin, Harriet Kennerly Radford. With her Clark had 3 kids: Jefferson Kearny Clark, Edmund Clark, and Harriet Clark. Note:Lewis did go through a good number of girlfriends, but it all ended in failure. One of them dumped him brutally by leaving town in the middle of the night; the next day Lewis came to see her and her parents had to tell that she left.

1. Who is Lewis? 2. Who is Clark? 3. Who are Lewis and Clark? 4. Is Lewis his first or last name? 5. Is Clark his first or last name? 6. Is Lewis a girl? 7. Is Clark a girl? 8. What is Clark's middle name? 9. What is Lewis's middle name? 10. Is this a board game? 11. Do you know the answer to number one? 12. Do you know the answer to number two? 13. Is Clark still alive? 14. Is Lewis still alive? 15. Is this number fifteen? 16. What did Clark do for a living? 17. What did Lewis do for a living? 18. Did Clark know Lewis? 19. Did Lewis know Clark? 20. Do you know more about Lewis and Clark now that you answered all these questions?

no. they needed a person good with direction.

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 .

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

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

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

"Pomp" was the nickname that William Clark had given Sacagawea's baby, Jean-Baptiste Charbonneau. William Clark had become fond of the child during the trip, and even cared for it when he suffered from an infection in his neck along with a fever. After the death of Sacagawea, Toussaint gave William Clark full custody of his son as well as his daughter. William Clark was a good father with 8 children of his own, and gave Jean-Baptiste a good education.

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

-Lewis was sometimes depressed and drunk -William Clark was good friends with Lewis and could negotiate with Indians -Their team that went with them was called the corps of discovery and had 20 people on it including a slave named York. (he belonged to Lewis or Clark, not sure which) -Sacagawea was a big help to the world of discovery. Her being with them showed they meant peace. she also found her brother and tribe along the way. -when the corps of discovery was at the rocky mpuntains they all had to eat candles. -when they were by the Columbia river they ate dog instead of the many fish that was available. -They traveled a total of 4000 miles all based on reckoning.

A good example is a question that asks more than one thing. "Where did Lewis and Clark start their journey and who did they meet?" This could be split into: "Where did Lewis and Clark start their journey across America?" & "Who did Lewis and Clark meet on their journey?" Another: "What is the habitat of the badger, do they live in caves and how many babies do they have?" This asks three different questions. Another: "Who is on the Drachma coin and what is one worth?" Again, asks two different things.

Yes, they were friends. Thomas Jefferson was good friends with Lewis's father, who died in the Revolutionary War. They were neighbors for many years, and when Jefferson became president, he made Meriwether Lewis his personal secretary.

there are a lot of things that are good for children from good food to good excercise from good parents to good attention. good education to good living good environment to good friends. there are always good for children and that they can be benifited from it is also good.

for fun, friends do it and its a good way of making friends in a footballing community

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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.

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