What did Meriwether Lewis discover on his long, arduous journey in the 1800’s?

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“I saw the spray arise above the plain like a column of smoke….it began to make a roaring too tremendous to be mistaken for any cause short of the great falls of the Missouri.”

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On June 13, back in 1805, explorer Meriwether Lewis arrived at the Great Falls of the Missouri River.  Take students on a trek through the wilderness lands west of the Mississippi with Meriwether Lewis on the historical ‘Lewis and Clark Expedition’ which lasted 28 months.


Allow them to make their own explorations into this adventurous journey and discover that it has both scientific and commercial objectives, as well as the prospect of opening up commerce opportunities.  Throughout his life, Meriwether was a pioneer in exploration and made a significant contribution to science and the North American Continent


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