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Lewis and Clark: 

Lewis and Clark 1804-1806 Linda Harris TTL-Para Parkston, SD

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Lewis and Clark leave St. Louis in May of 1804

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1st official meeting of whites and western Indian tribes at Council Bluffs in 1804

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The only casualty on the entire trip

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August – October 1804 Lewis and Clark met The Indian tribes of South Dakota The Yanktons were Hunters and traders Who lived near Gavins Point Dam

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Lewis and Clark met the Lakota, or Teton, Indians in central South Dakota

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The Arikaras were a farming tribe who Welcomed Lewis and Clark

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Lewis and Clark spent the winter of 1804 In a Mandan Indian village

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Sacagawea and her infant son Pomp were Guides for Lewis and Clark on their journey west

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June 1805 Great Falls of the Missouri River

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Lemhi Pass August 1805 No river leading to the Pacific Ocean

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In Idaho Lewis and Clark Met the Shoshone Indians Sacagawea is the sister of the chief The explorers buy horses to cross the Mountains for eleven days

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The Nez Perce teach Lewis and Clark to make Canoes from logs to speed down the Snake And Columbia Rivers toward the ocean

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Mt. Hood Pacific Ocean ahead!

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Fort Clatsop Winter of 1805

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Pompy’s Pillar is named for Sacagawea’s son

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July 1806 In the only battle of the whole Expedition, two Blackfeet warriors are killed

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Sacagawea says good-bye in August 1806

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Lewis and Clark arrived back in St. Louis on September 23, 1806 To a hero’s welcome

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Lewis and Clark are remembered today Statues Books Parades Reenactments Trail Markers Celebrations Museums

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Pictures taken from: www.altavista.com/image/default www.sd4history.com Timeline guide taken from: www.sd4history.com

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