The explorers began their journey home on March 23, 1806. On July 3, after crossing the Continental Divide, the Corps split into two teams so Lewis could explore the Marias River. Lewis and Clark stayed separated until they reached the confluence of the Yellowstone and Missouri Rivers on August 11. Once reunited, the Corps was able to return home quickly via the Missouri River. They reached St. Louis on September 23, 1806.
their trip began in Missouri
No, they stared the trip together
Lewis and Clark crossed the Appilation mountains during there trip.
They discovered the Northwest Passage.
Lewis and Clark never explored Wisconsin. They followed the Missouri River for much of their trip.
She had to carry her child on the trip
No they did not. On their homeward trip back, Lewis and Clark went their separate ways. They later met up.
Because Jefferson told Lewis and Clark to take a trip to Louisiana but follow the Missouri river.
Because they were curious on what the world had to show them
Lewis and Clark took the Missouri River westward. Clark went down the Yellowstone on the return trip to St. Louis.
it delayed the trip by a month
No, but they found you mom and did her and she gave them AID's
corps of destony
they went back on the specific ocean
Sacajawea found edible treats and showed them the way
They made 135 total maps on their trip
because they traded stuff with them that they needed for there trip