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.
I believe they did so because they were motivated to finish the job no matter what, in honor of America.
They were wondering what was beyond the Mississippi River as well.
i think they will need hard working people who are willing to go on the expedition
People where willing to face the hardships of the trail to the West to look for gold.
The reason people were so willing to face hardships in the war was because they wanted freedom and independence from Britain.
why do you think many people were willing to take hardship during the war
She wanted to find her tribe, the Shoine tribe.
Bcuz she had a great knowledge about the forests and she was also willing to go with them
By pouring out the water, he proved to his men that he was willing to share in the great hardships of the march, and that he did not consider himself above them.
because they would get hurt and whiped to death if they didn't because they would get hurt and whiped to death if they didn't
well a civil war soldier had to be willing to fight either for the southern or northern states. they had to be strong and able to endure many hardships
There was not enough water for his troops to drink, so he poured out his helmet full of water to show that he was willing to face the same hardships as his men.