Lewis and clark project
By Brett Dotson
*A native american tribe who live in the Pacific northwest region
*4,000 in the tribe
*They were friendly towards the expedition.
*Seamen, A Newfoundland has superb swimming skills.
*Seamen sadly died in 1809 from mosquitos.
*Seamen has his own creek named Seaman creek.
*Is in Kansas City.
*The expedition rested at Kaw Point, fixed their ships, did repairs, and camped.
*several tribes told the expedition about grizzly bears.
*Clark and other members fired 10 shots at the bear before it died.
*The first grizzlies Lewis saw during the expedition were smaller grizzly bears.
*It was eventually completed on November 27th.
*It was made to defend against hostile indian tribes for the winter.
*Died August 20, 1804
*Has his own Monument in Sioux City.
*Considered a "A Man of much merit"
*The expedition remained at fort Clastop from December 7, 1805 until March 23 1806.
*Was in an area with a large population of elk.
*Planned to meet at St. Charles
*France originally owned the land.
*Vast, unexplored land for the americans.
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