Corps of Discovery Exploration
- Pompey had a little sister 2 years before Sacagawea died, and him and his sister, Lisette, were both looked after by Clark.
- On June 13th, 1805, Lewis and his small advance party witness the "grandest sight" of the Great Falls
- Lewis and Clark leaned that to kill a bear it could take up to 10 bullets, and the Indians never went after one unless their hunting party had 6-10 people in it
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