Par samala le 9 Février 2014 à 21:07
When we arrived to our objectiv we began to return in St Louis. It was faster than in the path. We put only six months and all were happy to find their family. The president Thomas Jefferson was very happy to our expedition and thanked everybody.
Thanks to this expedition : - It allowed to progress in the knowledge of the West.
- We discovered in total 178 plants and 122 species of animals.
- We met 50 tribes (Sioux, Missouris, Otos, Shoshone etc)
Par samala le 9 Février 2014 à 20:18
Jean baptiste was born the 11 february 1805, by Sacagawea thanks to Jesseau who gives the venem of rattlesnakes to facilate childbirth. To cotinue their expedition they built small boats because Sioux stall their horses. The 7 april 1805 the expedition left for Mandan whith whith the the mission to bring 108 botanical specimens,68 minerals and maps.
The expedition continues in the rise of missouri .They join the river Yellowstone the 26 april 1805.The shipment is made difficult by two grizzly attack.The 26 mai 1805 Lewis perceives the rocky mountains for the firt time.Lewis decides to go whith three men to recognize falls Missouri was onepassages of the trip.
The 11 august 1805 is the first meeting with Shoshone, their leader Cameahwait is Sacagawea and gave horses to help the expedition.The first snow appear the 3 september and the hunger is felt. gave fish and roots for helping them.The 10 october They cross the Snakeriver.
To conclud Lewis reached the Pacific Ocean the 15 november 1805.
Par samala le 9 Février 2014 à 16:12
The camp was in Valley County, Montana, above Snow Creek in an area now inundated by Fort Peck Reservoir. The Corps noted huge herds of buffalo, elk, deer, wolves and antelope. Six of the men attacked a grizzly with their rifles; although the bear was hit many times, it continued to pursue them. It took eight balls to kill it. The white pirogue was overset when Charbonneau was at the helm; many valuable articles might have been lost without the clearheaded help of Sacagawea; Lewis and Clark were both on shore at the time. (Marion)
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