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What tribes did Lewis and Clark meet?

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The Teton Sioux and the Shoshone

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The Native Americans welcomed and assisted Lewis and Clark.



Lewis&Clark met while in the army.


Sacagawea. She helped them navigate through the west. They also encountered various Native American Tribes.


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In Camp Wood, Fort Catosp and Fort Mandan were some tribes Lewis and Clark stayed with for the winter?


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