Where did Lewis and Clark end their journey?

Answer Lewis & Clark's Corps of Discovery expedition reached the Pacific Ocean near the mouth of the Columbia River in November 1805. Today, the Columbia River forms the state line between Oregon and Wash... Read More »

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What did Lewis& Clark eat on their journey?

In 1803, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark were hired by President Thomas Jefferson to explore the Louisiana Purchase Territory and to find a water link between the Mississippi River and Pacific O... Read More »

When did Lewis& Clark begin their journey?

The Lewis and Clark expedition officially began on August 31, 1803, when they set off from Pittsburgh with nine other men and supplies. They completed the expedition when they returned from the wes... Read More »

Where did Lewis& Clark start their journey?

After wintering at Camp Dubois in Illinois, the Lewis & Clark Corps of Discovery expedition set out from the confluence of the Mississippi and Missouri rivers near St. Louis on May 14, 1804. The ex... Read More »

Who was the president of the U.S. when Lewis and Clark made their journey?

The third U.S. president, Thomas Jefferson, was America's president when Lewis and Clark made their overland journey to the West Coast. It was Jefferson who asked Lewis and Clark to make the expedi... Read More »