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In Smallville and Metropolis.
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In 1803, Thomas Jefferson commissioned Capt. Meriwether Lewis and Lt. William Clark to explore what is now the northwest United States. The party of nearly thirty men including Lewis and Clark, three sergeants, twenty two enlisted men, volunteers, interpreters, departed St. Louis in May 1804 heading… up the Missouri River. They wintered at the present site of Bismarck, North Dakota, where they acquired a guide and translator, the Shoshone woman Sacagawea. In spring 1805, they continued to the headwaters of the Missouri River, struggled across the Continental Divide, and headed west along the Salmon, Snake, and Columbia Rivers to the Pacific. They returned to St. Louis the following year.. Answer . Louis and Clark were very famous historical explorers.They captured Sacagawea and York. York was a slave for them on the aventure and wasn't set free until 6 years went by. Sacagawea, well you should know who she is and if you don't type in "Who is Sacagawea" ( Full Answer )
Clark Robertson is a Scottish professional footballer who currentlyplays as a left back for Blackpool.
Eugene "Torchy" Clark was the men's basketball coach at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, from 1969-1983. Compiled a career record of 274-89 (.754). Member of the Florida Sports Hall of Fame and Sunshine State Conference Hall of Fame, in addition to the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Hall …of Fame. Father of Bo Clark, who led the nation in scoring during the 1978-79 season while playing for his father. Namesake of "The Torchy Clark Endowment", at UCF. ( Full Answer )
Answer . The United States. Our third President - Jefferson, bought the Louisiana Purchase from France and sent Lewis and Clark to explore the new land.
George Rogers Clark was born in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 1752.His family moved to Caroline County, Virginia, after the French andIndian War began. In 1772, he made his way to Kentucky. After theend of the Revolutionary War, Clark moved to Indiana. He returnedto Kentucky in 1809 after suffering …from a stroke. He passed awayin Louisville, KY in 1818 at the age of 65. ( Full Answer )
In the beginning, William Clark lived in St. Louis, Missouri. Then in March 1785, they moved to Kentucky having traveled overland to Redstone Landing before completing the journey down the Ohio River by flatboat. The Clark family settled at "Mulberry Hill", a plantation along Beargrass Creek near Lo…uisville. This would be William Clark's primary home until 1803. ( Full Answer )
She pastors in California. *She also left the group I believe in the mid to late 80's.
Ron Clarke was in the Olympics for track and field. His intelligent BIG mind holds him at the top of one of the best track runners!
William Clark died at age 69 on September 1, 1838, while at the home of his son, Meriwether Lewis Clark. His cause of death is unknown and is only described as a "brief illness.".
William Clark served in the U.S. Army as an artillery officer and eventually rose to the rank of lieutenant. Clark had red hair and was a popular leader, which proved an asset during the Expedition. During the Lewis and Clark expedition, Clark was the one in charge of taking care of the supplies, gu…iding the boats, and keeping the journals. His partner Lewis was the one mainly in charge of diplomacy with the natives and keeping details reports of animals, plant life, weather, etc. After the expedition, Clark would serve as governor of the Missouri Territory and he continued to lead Native American affairs for 30 years as an Indian Agent, enjoying a high reputation as an authority on the West. ( Full Answer )
The Clark's headquarters is located in the United Kingdom. Thiscompany was founded in 1825 and is a well known shoemaker.
Clark would serve as governor of the Missouri Territory (from 1813-1820) and he continued to lead Native American affairs for 30 years, enjoying a high reputation as an authority on the West. Many hunters, adventurers and explorers would visit him in St. Louis for advice. He died at age 69 on Septem…ber 1, 1838, while at the home of his son, Meriwether Lewis Clark.His cause of death is unknown and is only described as a "brief illness." ( Full Answer )
William Clark was from Caroline County, Virginia, and Meriwhether Lewis was born in in Charlottesville, Albemarle County, Virginia. wow!
Ken Clark appeared on an Italian TV show called "Stracult" (a talk show) in June of 2009. I do not know when it was recorded. At the time, he was living just outside Rome, Italy.
Twinkie Clark is located in Detroit, Michigan. In 2008, Twinkie wontwo Grammy awards and the BMI Trailblazer Award.
Nathan Clark is a mid-field professional soccer player who presently plays for Huddersfield Town. He also likes to scooter!!!!!
if you are trying to commit a murder, it wont work. too many people already tried silly.
Clark is a wide receiver at wayzata high school with a 4.6 second 40 he is unstoppable on the football field. He also has some of the best catching abillities in the state of minnesota
America just bought the great Louisiana purchase was a massive huge purchase. Lewis and Clark were trying to travel and explore there new land. they tried to get to the pacific with using rivers just water they almost completed that (I think try bing.com) But the basics of what they had to do is tra…vel the great Louisiana purchase (With is bigger that Louisiana look it up on Bing images) and they accomplished that with a BIG corp and it was a big journey yet only 1 person died! That's pretty amazing. I hope it helped! ( Full Answer )
William Clark was an American soldier and explorer that was bornthe 17th of September of 1770 and died the 1st of September of1838. By doing the math, the result is he lived 68 years. Duringhis lifetime he also served as a territorial governor of his nativeVirginia.
Travis Clark is the lead singer of the band, We the Kings . He is also their main guitar player. He grew up in Bradentown, FL and still resides there. HE ROCKS! . he is an awesome sexy singer who grew up in BRADENTON not BRADENTOWN where i lived for the first 11 years of my life.
clarck vaughn is a guy who visited quito Ecuador with his wife and kids and was touched by the kids the visited they soon realized that god was calling them to open and orphanage called For his children or ara sus ninos
TLA Clark is a very large reciprocating two stroke engine, either straight six or eight. Our pump natural gas on a pipeline. The compressors are bolted to the crankcase and the connecting rods connect to the same crankshaft as the power connecting rods. The engines stand ten foot from the floor to t…he cylinder heads and about twenty feet in length. The power pistons are 17 inch in diameter and the compressor pistons are 13 inch diameter. They have very large turbochargers (a must to even run) and run 300 rpm max. ( Full Answer )
The most famous "Clark" of WW2 was Lt-Gen Mark W. Clark. During most of the war he as commanding general of the US 5th Army in Italy. In December 1944, he was promoted to CG of 15 Army Group which was in command of all American and British troops in Italy. Clark was a graduate of West Point …and saw a few days of combat in WW1. He was a captain for 18 years , but at outbreak of WW2, he rose in rank from Lt-Colonel to Major-General in only 18 months--a rise only surpassed by Eisenhower. He was prone to media attention and asked reporters to refer to his command as "Mark Clark's Fifth Army". Many considered him to be egotisitcal but it did make him a well known name. So it is not uncommon for someone today to refer to "Clark" and everyone knows exactly who it refers to. He wrote two books: " Calculated Risk " about the WW2 years and " From the Danube to the Yalu ", about his command experience in Korean War. Source: www.custermen.com No, the most famous "Clark" is Clark Boersma. He is even still alive! If you want a good time, you can count on Clark! He even has his own holiday! It's called Clarkish day! This year's celebration was amazing! We partied until 5 in the morning! Heck, some of us don't even remember the night! But, Clark is one crazy mo fo but an awsome party thrower! So he is the most famous "Clark" EVER! ( Full Answer )
She was with the Corps of Discovery until they arrived back in St. Louis on September 23, 1806. After the expedition, William Clark offered Toussaint and Sacajawea a place in St. Louis and a proper education for Jean-Baptiste (at a time where there was no opportunity for Native Americans to receive …an education). Toussaint then took a job with the Missouri Fur Company, and stayed at Fort Manuel Lisa in present-day North Dakota. Evidence suggests that Sacagawea died at the fort in 1812. Some Native American oral traditions relate that rather than dying in 1812, Sacagawea left her husband Toussaint Charbonneau, crossed the Great Plains and married into a Comanche tribe, then returned to the Shoshone in Wyoming where she died in 1884. After her death, Toussaint signed over complete custody of his son Jean-Baptiste and his daughter Lisette over to William Clark. ( Full Answer )
Amazon.com $39.99 to 425.00 No album is worth that much money. It will be on there site forever at that price
I believe he worked in construction or had a construction company when he was young. I remember seeing him on a TV interview
As of March 2011, John Clarke, the actor who played Mickey Horton for several years on Days of our Lives, is still alive. Mr. Clarke announced his retirement from acting in 2004. The writers of DOOL decided to kill his character off so they could create more storylines for Maggie Horton involving a …love interest. ( Full Answer )
As of January 2011, John Clarke, the actor who played Mickey Horton for several years on Days of our Lives, is still alive. Mr. Clarke announced his retirement from acting in 2004. The writers of DOOL decided to kill his character off so they could create more storylines for Maggie Horton involving …a love interest. ( Full Answer )
Considering the Lewis and Clark expedition, the fact that they were part of a scientific expedition was extremely important, especially during the Age of Enlightenment. The new knowledge they obtained about the Northwest's geography, natural resources, and native inhabitants sparked American interes…t in the west, and strengthened the nation's claim to the area. It also gave Americans a sense of pride at a time when they badly needed symbols of national triumph. Americans at this time realized that their new nation was still very much divided and relatively weak and Lewis and Clark's adventure offered Americans proof that the men of their nation could accomplish great deeds amidst enormous hardships. Also spread was the idea of 'Manifest Destiny' as Americans increasingly assumed a continental destiny. This opened many door for poor families to go out and prosper throughout the late nineteenth century. However this also led to many Native Americans and earlier Hispanic settlers to be dispossessed, along with the great number of buffalo that Lewis and Clark themselves saw and were amazed by. ( Full Answer )
Ex-MLB player Will Clark Jr. is 54 years old (birthdate: March 13,1964). (*Adult movie actor "Will Clark" was born March 9, 1968.)
Will Clarke (novelist) is 46 years old (birthdate: August 13, 1970). William Clarke Jr. (NFL) is 26 years old (birthdate May 4, 1991). William Clarke (triathlete) is 32 years old (birthdate January 31, 1985) Will Clarke (Australian cyclist) is 32 years old (birthdate April 11, 1985). (* For the …US baseball player, William Clark Jr. -- see Will Clark) ( Full Answer )
He had a house there in the 50s. My parents lived down the street. He used to play catch with my brother on the beach.
Yes. He had a small beach front home on the north end of the city.It was destroyed by a hurricane. May have been the late 50s.
He is the Sr advertiser in his Advertisement firm. He was expecting a $30K Christmas bonus to pay for his swimming pool and was hoping to get possibly $40K bonus to fly his family for the unveil and so he probably makes around $150K a year in order to expect a 30K bonus.
it's a bird. i think it's in the same family as the blue jay? i don't know.
In Metropolis. I'm not sure if their "address" was ever specified or not. At one point, Clark Kent was living in a building owned (indirectly) by Bruce Wayne; he casually mentioned to Batman that he liked the apartment but wasn't sure he would get it. He got it.
she is there sister that quit singing with the clark sisters bcuz she started having babies, Larry clark.....
Clark Gable, then known as Billy, moved to Oregon to work as a logger in Bend and then lived in Portland and Astoria as a young man between 1920 and 1923. While in Portland, he lived in a rooming house off of Burnside and SW 13th avenue and worked at The Oregonian in the advertising department and l…ater at Meier and Frank selling ties. In Astoria he acted at a little theater coompany (where there is a plaque commemorating his stay in the downtown) and later in Portland with the Red Lantern Players where he met the acting teacher Josephine Dillon 12-17 years his senior, whom he later married. Dillon groomed Gable, getting his teeth fixed and dressing him in elegant clothes, while working on his acting technique. They moved to Hollywood where he eventually would get his big break. For many years after becoming a big star, Gable visited Portland where he had made some very good friends. ( Full Answer )
Does anybody know the suite number Motley Crue lived in at the Motley House on Clark Drive Hollywood?
1121124 N. Clark 1124 n clark This is the infamous Motley band house where they would throw wild parties after their gigs at The Whisky. The guys all lived here in 81/82, and WASP's Blackie Lawless also had a place in this building where he lived with a chick who ran an escort service
Clark Gable, then known as Billy Gable, moved to Oregon to work as a logger in Bend and then lived in Portland and Astoria as a young man between 1920 and 1923. While in Portland, he lived in a rooming house off of W Burnside and SW 13th avenue and worked at The Oregonian in the advertising departme…nt and later at Meier and Frank selling ties. In Astoria he acted at a little theater company (where there is a plaque in the downtown commemorating his acting days at the Astoria Theatre ) and later in Portland with the Red Lantern Players where he met the acting teacher Josephine Dillon 12-17 years his senior, whom he later married. At that time, Dillon could could see the possibilities, despite the young man's gaunt and unattractive appearance and awkward demeanor. She groomed Gable's appearance, getting his teeth fixed, having him lower his high-pitched voice, changing his hairstyle, and dressing him in elegant clothes, while working on his acting technique at the same time. They moved to Hollywood in 1924 where he eventually would get his big break. For many years after becoming a big star, Gable visited Portland where he had made some very good friends. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Did_Clark_Gable_ever_work_for_the_power_company_in_Portland_Oregon_or_at_least_live_in_Portland#ixzz1caI5iWSy ( Full Answer )
The Clark Family members are - Chris, Marjorie, Truman, and Ruthie Clark - and so many more!
Gemma Clarke is a professional musician who was previously the drummer for The Suffrajets, The Krak and Babyshambles.
Yes, she did. She is actually half-Welsh, her mother being Doris Phillips, who worked as a nurse at Long Grove Hospital in Epsom, Surrey. Petula was evacuated to Wales in 1942 to stay with her grandparents during WW2, at the age of ten- even back then she had established a reputation as a child star…, singing on the radio. Although she never lived in Wales again after the end of the War, she returned there in 2007 on a journey to discover her ancestral roots. ( Full Answer )
As the leaders of the Corps of Discovery, along with other members of the exploration team, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark had purchased a large stock of supplies, including guns, ammunition, food, clothing, horses, candles, paper and pens for taking account of things and writing journals, navig…ational instruments (compasses, hand-held telescopes, or "looking scopes", binoculars, etc.), and large numbers of goods to use as gifts to barter (bribe and trade) with the Indians (Native Americans). To carry the Corps and its vast quanitity of cargo on the first leg of their journey, Lewis had a keelboat built. It was 55 feet long and could carry up to 12 tons of cargo. Even though the boat had a large sail, it was mainly propelled by oars (long paddles) and poles (to stick into the riverbanks and push the boat forward). The team also used canoes and paddle boats to navigate the upstream rivers and falls, if necessary should there be no passage to cross the falls. ( Full Answer )
The Lewis and Clark expedition, 1803â1806, was a U.S. expedition that explored the territory of the Louisiana Purchase and the country beyond as far as the Pacific Ocean. . Thomas Jefferson had long considered the project of a western expedition, and as president he contemplated the m…atter in earnest and discussed it with his private secretary, Capt. Meriwether Lewis . When Congress approved the plan in 1803 and appropriated money for it, Jefferson named Lewis to head it, and Lewis selected William Clark as his associate in command. The purpose was to search out a land route to the Pacific, to strengthen American claims to Oregon territory, and to gather information about the indigenous inhabitants and the country of the Far West. Before the long march was begun, the Louisiana Purchase was made, increasing the need for a survey of the West. GUYS I HOPE U LIKE THIS AND I HOPE IT HELP YOU *_______________* ( Full Answer )
Acacia Clark is a blond 15 year old model. Her birthday is October 22, 1995. You can follow her on social networks; Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc.
Julie Clark is an aerobatic and former commercial pilot, with over forty years of flight experience and 30,000 hours of accident-free flying. Starting her career with Golden West Airlines, she is recognized as being a pioneer for woman pilots, being among the first to fly for a major commercial airl…ine. She currently frequents the air show circuit, with multiple appearances throughout the year. ( Full Answer )
Oz Clarke dedicates his time to a number of things some of which he does for a living. He is a actor, broadcaster, television presenter and a wine writer.
Ciaran Clark (born September 26, 1989 in Harrow) is an Englishfootballer who as of February 2014 plays for Aston Villa. Clark has played for Aston Villa for his entire career, since his2009-10 debut season. Clark plays as a central defender, but canalso be used as a midfielder or left back.