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Lewis and Clark

5th Grade Social Studies

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Sacagewa a Native American woman who was an interpreter and guide for Lewis and Clark on their expedition of the Louisiana territory
William Clark co-leader of the expedition who trained men and gathered supplies for the mission. He also had good relations with the Native Americans
Meriwether Lewis co-leader of the expedition who trained men and gathered supplies for the mission. He also had good relations with the Native Americans
Corps of Discovery a specially established unit of the United States army which included Lewis and Clark and other soldiers chosen for their survival skills
Thomas Jefferson U.S. president asked Lewis to explore the Louisiana Territory and America’s Wild West
Louisiana Purchase the acquisition of 530 million acres of territory in North America bought from France in 1803 for $15 million
keelboat Lewis and Clark used this type of boat when they left for the expedition which allowed them to carry all their supplies
Fort Mandan The name of the fort which Lewis and Clark built for surviving the winter of 1804-1805