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In May 21, 1804 Lewis and Clark began their expedition to explore the Louisiana purchase. They returned September 23, 1806.

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It wasn't. Lewis and Clark had nothing to do with the exploration of the Northwest Passage. The purpose of the Lewis and Clark expedition was to explore the newly acquired Louisiana Purchase and points west.

They discovered the Northwest Passage.

Lewis and Clark, among others.

Meriwether Lewis and William Clark became friends when they met during the Northwest Campaign. At the time Lewis was serving under Clark and they became fast friends.

As part of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, William Clark helped explore the vast Louisiana Purchase. He and Lewis also claimed the Pacific Northwest.

Meriwether Lewis (1774-1809) and William Clark were the explorers of the Louisiana Territory and US Northwest from 1804 to 1806.

to help Lewis and Clark find the Northwest Passage.

Thomas Jefferson gave orders to Lewis to find the Northwest passage

Lewis and Clark explored the Pacific Northwest and blazed a trail to the Pacific Ocean.

Because Thomas Jefferson chose Lewis to lead the expedition and Lewis chose Clark to lead it with him.

Lewis and Clark were looking for the Northwest Passage to the sea. They also were tasked with mapping the unexplored territory.

Yes he was. William Clark was a lieutenant-captain and was in fact Lewis' superior prior to the expedition. However, once Jefferson assigned Lewis to the expedition, Lewis was promoted to Captain. Lewis always considered Clark his "co-captain" and kept secret the fact that Clark was of lower rank from the other members.

She set out to help Lewis and Clark on their journey to find the Northwest Passage.

Meriwether Lewis and William Clark traveled from 1804 to 1806 across North America. They explored the Louisiana Purchase and the Pacific Northwest.

yes because Sacagawea helped them find it that is why she went with them.

President Thomas Jefferson funded the Lewis and Clark expedition.

They weren't french, they were American. The answer is Lewis and Clark.

She assisted Lewis and Clark on their journey to discover the Northwest Passage.

Lewis and Clark (on their expedition to the American Northwest) are at 1805 AD (8 o'clock on the time device).

Lewis and Clark explored the Louisiana Territory from 1804 to 1806. They often used the Mississippi River to travel north to find the Northwest package.

Lewis and Clark were dispatched to explore the newly acquired Louisiana Purchase. They also wanted to find the Northwest Passage, which was a waterway connecting the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean.

He was one of the leaders of the Lewis and Clark expedition into the northwest in 1803. He was also an army captain who was originally appointed by Thomas Jefferson.

You might have the names wrong. They are: William Clark and Meriwether Lewis. Both were not brothers nor were they related.However, if you are referring to William Clark's son, his name was indeed Meriwether Lewis Clark. Clark had named his son after his friend Meriwether Lewis; but those two are father and son, and not brothers.up the Missouri River and into the Pacific Northwest.

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.

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