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Lewis And Clark Expedition By: Ahmya Boyce & Gracie Cameron. Clark’s Slave. Clark brought a long his lifelong slave York. He was a big help to the expedition. Summer 1803. The Summer 1803 with Lewis’s newfound dog Seaman. He had Purchased him for $20.00 dollars. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Lewis And Clark Expedition By: Ahmya Boyce & Gracie Cameron

  • Clarks SlaveClark brought a long his lifelong slave York. He was a big help to the expedition.

  • Summer 1803 The Summer 1803 with Lewiss newfound dog Seaman. He had Purchased him for $20.00 dollars.

  • May 14, 1804On May 14, 1804 the expedition sets off from camp Dubois. The crew works though the pain.

  • July 4, 1804On July 4, 1804 the crew comes across the first creek of the west. The crew names it Independence Creek.

  • Aug. 20, 1804On Aug.20, 1804 the first member of the expedition Sgt. Floyd dies. He was the first member of the crew to die.

  • Sept. 25, 1804On Sept. 25, 1804 a fight almost breaks out with the Tenton Sioux. The Tenton Sioux took some guns but the crew got them back.

  • Nov. 4, 1804 On Nov. 4, 1804 Sacagawea joins the expedition with her husband. Sacagawea was very helpful to the expedition.

  • Apr.29, 1805On Apr. 29, 1805 the crew heads toward present day Montana. It was a very exciting day.

  • Feb. 11, 1805On Feb. 11, 1805 Jean Pierre Baptiste was born to Sacagawea. This was a exiting day.

  • May 20, 1805On May 20, 1805 a river was named after Sacagawea. Also known as Bird woman.

  • May 31, 1805 May 31, 1805 the Corp enters what is now the White cliffs of Missouri.

  • June 13, 1805On June 13, 1805 the Corp comes across the Great Falls of Missouri. That day was a big step for the expedition.

  • Late July 1805Late July 1805 the expedition reaches the three forks of the Missouri river.

  • August 11, 1805 On August 11, 1805 Lewis comes across the first Indian seen sense leaving Fort Mandan. That day was a lifesaving event.

  • September 11, 1805On September 11, 1805 the Corps of discovery ascends into the bitterroot mountains. There in the cold they almost starve.

  • August 18, 1805On August 18, 1805 it was Lewiss 31st birthday. It was also the day the first American citizen to reach the continental divide.

  • July 3, 1806On July 3, 1806 after recrossing the bitterroots, the expedition splits into smaller units, in order to explore more of the Louisiana territory.

  • July 26\27 1806On July 26\27 1806 heading back to the Missouri river Lewis saw eight Blackfeet warriors.

  • August 12, 1806On August 12, 1806 down stream from the mouth of the Yellowstone river, the expedition is reunited.

  • September 23, 1806On September 23, 1806 is their last day as the Corps of Discovery. This was a very special day.

  • December 20, 1812On December 20, 1812 Sacagawea dies at Fort Manuel which is now South Dakota.