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  Lewis and Clark Expedition - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The expedition was not the first to cross North America, but was roughly a decade after the expedition of Alexander MacKenzie, the first European to cross to the Pacific Ocean, in 1793.
Lewis and Clark stayed separated until they reached the confluence of the Yellowstone and Missouri Rivers on August 11, when one of Clark's hunters, Pierre Cruzatte, blind in one eye and nearsighted in the other, mistook Lewis for an elk and fired, injuring Lewis in the thigh.
USS Lewis and Clark and USNS Lewis and Clark
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 Lewis & Clark Expedition - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Lewis & Clark Expedition
The Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail, opened in 1978, marks the route taken by the explorers.
Lewis, an experienced hunter and forester, was the president's private secretary, while Clark was a friend of Lewis.
Lewis and Clark left St Louis on 4 May 1804 with a team of 27, including French and Kentuckians.
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 Encyclopedia Smithsonian:Lewis and Clark
Lewis and Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery.
Voyages of Discovery: Essays on the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
Thomas Jefferson and the Lewis and Clark Expedition
www.si.edu /resource/faq/nmah/lewclark.htm   (450 words)

 Lewis clark expedition trail - Lewis and Clark Expedition 200 year anniversary - maps, links, and
Lewis and Clark Expedition :: Voyage of Rediscovery
Lewis and Clark believe the south fork is the Missouri, while all of the other men believe it is the north
Route Mapping on the Lewis and Clark Expedition -by Ralph Ehrenberg During the expedition, Clark prepared four types of trail maps.
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