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What were the friendly tribes to Lewis and Clark?

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The Yankton Sioux Tribe

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The Native Americans welcomed and assisted Lewis and Clark.


Sacajawea encountered Lewis and Clark during their expedition through the wilderness of North America. Also encountered by Lewis and Clark were a variety of Native American tribes.


The Teton Sioux and the Shoshone


Lewis and clark found 300 Species unknown to Science, nearly 50 indian tribes, and the Rockies


To get ready for their journey Lewis and Clark spent $2,000 for the Natives so that they can show them that they are friendly and come in peace.


Well they came across the Hidatsa, the Shoshone, and the Mandan tribes


the Nez Perce, Shosone, and the Chinook i think


helping lewis and clark by translating with other indian tribes.



No they did not give Sacajawea a friendship medal. Lewis and Clark had established friendly relations with a great many Indians tribes to whom they presented gifts, medals, American flags, and a sale of talk designed to promote peace and the fur trade.


Before Lewis and Clarks expedition, most of what was known about land west of the Mississippi was all myth. The expedition helped locate and lay out a "survivable" route to the west, and helped identify what Native American tribes could be counted on to be friendly, and the ones who were not so friendly.


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


The Nez Perce, Shawnee and Blackfeet, among others.


Lewis and Clark found 170 new plants and 100 new animal species on their expedition of North America. They had also found the Rockies and nearly 50 Indian tribes.


Yes there is a Lewis and Clark Monument. Its called Lewis and Clark Monument Park.





because the tribes needed a special meeting place


Sacajawea was their interpreter and guide. She helped them negotiate with various Native American tribes.


One of the most significant contributions of the Lewis and Clark Expedition was a better perception of the geography of the Northwest and the production of the first accurate maps of the area. During the journey, Lewis and Clark prepared approximately 140 maps. A second achievement of the expedition was a better understanding of the country's natural resources. During the journey, the expedition documented and categorized 122 new animals and 178 plants. Another achievement of the Lewis and Clark Expedition was that it established friendly relations with some of the Native American tribes. For the most part, encounters between the three dozen Indian tribes and the expedition were successful. They collected a variety of Indian goods and gathered information on Indian languages and culture. == ==


One of the most significant contributions of the Lewis and Clark Expedition was a better perception of the geography of the Northwest and the production of the first accurate maps of the area. During the journey, Lewis and Clark prepared approximately 140 maps. A second achievement of the expedition was a better understanding of the country's natural resources. During the journey, the expedition documented over 122 species of animals and approximately 178 plants. Another achievement of the Lewis and Clark Expedition was that it established friendly relations with some of the Native American tribes. For the most part, encounters between the three dozen Indian tribes and the expedition were successful. They collected a variety of Indian goods and gathered information on Indian languages and culture.


Meriwether Lewis was in charge and William Clark came as his assistant. But the Lewis And Clark Expedition is still know as The Lewis And Clark Expedition.


Col. Meriwether Lewis Clark, Jr is the grandson of William Clark. His father was William Clark's son Meriwether Lewis Clark, Sr. William Clark had named his son after his friend Meriwether Lewis.


Lewis and Clark did not invent anything.



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