It is 1804, July 13th. U.S. President Thomas Jefferson has asked Meriwether Lewis to lead an expedition across western North America-unknown territory for all but Indians. The goals: map the rivers, make friends with natives, open the West to trade, and look for a Northwest Passage (an easy water route from coast to coast). Meet part of the crew, Meriwether Lewis, Captain Assistant to Thomas Jefferson, avid student, Expedition leader
William Clark, Captain Lewis’s former commanding officer, Expedition co-leader John Ordway, Sergeant
Journal writer (in case Lewis and Clark lose theirs’) George Drouillard
Interpreter, hunter, skilled woodsman York Slave and lifelong companion of Clark Pierre Cruzatte, Private River Man, expert fiddle-player
Seaman Lewis’s pet, a 150-pound (68-kilogram) Newfoundland dog Field brothers, Privates
Joseph and Reubin, hard-working Kentucky men John Shields, Private Oldest of the party at 35, a blacksmith and gunsmith George Shannon, Private Youngest of the party, about 16
Lewis and his colleague William Clark had chosen a special team for the journey above, and now you’re invited too.
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July 13th, GO WEST Day