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What was the Lewis and clark expidition called?


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2012-03-30 03:26:11
2012-03-30 03:26:11

the lewis and clark expidition :)

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the people in lewis and clark's expidition were Nativ Americans

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Lewis and clark obviously. lead by Sacajawea who carried her child on her back throughout the expidition Lewis and clark obviously. lead by Sacajawea who carried her child on her back throughout the expidition

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an important event sacagawea did was go on the expidition with lewis and clark

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