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Lewis & Clark

Lewis and Clark Timeline from the Idaho Blue Book

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What happened on January 18th, 1803? President Thomas Jefferson requested funds for expedition
What happened in December 1803? Winters quarters set at Camp Wood, Illinois
What happened on May 10, 1804? Expedition leaves St. Charles, Missouri
What happened on August 20, 1804? Sergeant Floyd dies, the only member of expedition to die during the trip
What happened on November 2, 1804? Set winter camp among the Mandans and Hidatsas at Fort Mandan
What happened on August 12, 1805? Lewis crosses Lemhi Pass into present-day Idaho
What happened on August 17, 1805? Sacajawea recognizes her brother, Chief Cameahwait
What happened on October 10, 1805? Canoes reach Snake River and leave Idaho?
What happened on November 7, 1805? Expedition reaches Pacific Ocean, "We are in view of the Ocean"
What happened on December 7, 1805? Fort Clatsop site selected
What happened on March 23, 1806? Expedition leaves Fort Clasp and begins return journey
What happened on June 28, 1806? Expedition reaches Lolo Pass and leaves Idaho
What happened on July 3, 1806? Party splits in 2; Lewis heads east along the Blackfoot River, Clark heads sough
What happened on September 23, 1806? The expedition returns to St. Louis
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