The Indian tribe Blackfeet
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.
During the Lewis & Clark expedition in the first decade of the 1800s, one of the greatest challenges on both the outbound and return voyages came from the Sioux Natives that were encountered. Initially friendly, if also suspicious, the Sioux proved to be easily aroused and prone to stealing and making threats. At several points, they in fact nearly turned violent, even threatening to imprison the expedition. Although the expedition also clashed with Blackfeet Natives at another point in its journey, this incident was isolated and not as full of ramifications as the explorers' various encounters with the Sioux.
Lewis and Clark encountered the tribe when they were on the verge of losing everything. The tribe had been forced out of their lands and struggled to survive. The Shoshone relocated to reservations where their descendants live today.
To protect and translate between Lewis and Clark and the Indians they encountered on the way West
They encountered with the Missouris, the Omahas, the Yankton Sioux, and the Teton Sioux (Lakota) in the first season of exploring.
The members of the Lewis and Clark expedition of 1804-1806 were willing to endure the hardships they encountered for a variety of reasons. Some were inspired by the daring and the glory of the expedition itself. Others persisted for the sake of the rewards that could be earned at the journey's conclusion. Others acted out of simple courage and loyalty toward their fellow expedition-members. Still others, such as Lewis and Clark themselves, acted out of a steady patriotism that carried them through to the end.
they went to the future and got some cofee and gave it to the natives for wool and other things
Sacagawea was helpful to Lewis and clark because she was their interpreter. She found routes for them. Her being with them led other natives to gain trust towards them.
People say they wanted to Explore the island and make friends with the natives, and look for gold.
There was a disease in the Lewis and Clark expedition
Lewis and Clark are the captains of this expedition
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.
By the end of the expedition, Lewis and Clark found and categorized 122 new animals and 178 plants, mapped the geography, and achieved friendlier relations with the natives. However, they did not find an all water route to the Pacific Ocean.
the problems were that they couldnt stand ech other so they had to leave each other alone! call me! (!!
Lewis & Clark began their expedition in 1804.
yes there was starvation in Lewis and Clark expedition
There were 51 men in the Lewis and Clark expedition.
the Lewis and clark expedition
She showed Lewis and Clark the paths to go and helped them survive. She traveled with them and was their translator to all the Indians they encountered.
Lewis and Clark on their expedition
On their expedition Lewis and Clark encountered many animals, among the fish that they found were: blue catfish, channel catfish, Columbia river chub, cutthroat trout, eulachon, mountain sucker, northern pikeminnow, sauger and the white sturgeon.
The Lewis and Clark expedition started on May 14, 1804.
Thomas Jefferson is the one who started the Lewis and Clark expedition.
Yes someone did get lost on the Lewis and Clark expedition.
Yes, Louis and Clark went West for their expedition.
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