Extras

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Lewis & Clark

The Nez Perce

They fished for salmon, harvested the rich bulbs of camas plants, and hunted buffalo.

The Nez Perce

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Lewis & Clark

Lewis's House Call

The youngest member of the Corps of Discovery is born.

Lewis's House Call

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Lewis & Clark

Grizzly Bear Encounters

Lewis shoots a Grizzly bear after passing the mouth of the Yellowstone river.

Grizzly Bear Encounters

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Lewis & Clark

Fort Clatsop

On December 25, 1805 The Corps of Discovery built their winter quarters.

Fort Clatsop

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Lewis & Clark

Expedition Journals

President Jefferson insisted the expedition write down everything they experienced.

Expedition Journals

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Lewis & Clark

The Corps of Discovery Disbands

The Corps of Discovery disbands with each member going their separate way.

The Corps of Discovery Disbands

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Lewis & Clark

The Continental Divide

Lewis approaches the Continental Divide which no American citizen had ever been before.

The Continental Divide

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Lewis & Clark

Camp Fortunate

Chief Cameahwait agrees to sell the Corps of Discovery all the horses they needed.

Camp Fortunate

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Lewis & Clark

Black Buffalo's Intervention

His only request, was that the women and children of his village see the keelboat.

Black Buffalo's Intervention

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Lewis & Clark

An American Story

The U.S. stretched far beyond the Louisiana Territory when their last member member died.

An American Story

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