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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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1 st 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
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Unformatted text preview: The explorers buy horses to cross the Mountains for eleven days The Nez Perce teach Lewis and Clark to make Canoes from logs to speed down the Snake And Columbia Rivers toward the ocean Mt. Hood Pacific Ocean ahead! Fort Clatsop Winter of 1805 Pompys Pillar is named for Sacagaweas son July 1806 In the only battle of the whole Expedition, two Blackfeet warriors are killed Sacagawea says good-bye in August 1806 Lewis and Clark arrived back in St. Louis on September 23, 1806 To a heros welcome Lewis and Clark are remembered today Statues Books Parades Reenactments Trail Markers Celebrations Museums Pictures taken from: www.altavista.com/image/default www.sd4history.com Timeline guide taken from: www.sd4history.com THE END...
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