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Guide for 5th grade research at Elm School
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Read the dilemmas below and decide with your Corps what you would have done in that situation. Then research what Lewis and Clark actually did and compare the results.



Clothing Description

Journal entries


The Lewis and Clark Expedition

1805: Sacajawea Interprets Lewis And Clark's Intentions To The Chinook Indians. Sacajawea. Photographer.Encyclopædia Britannica Image Quest. Web. 9 Nov 2013.

Websites about Lewis and Clark

  • Clothing
    Descriptions and photographs of the uniforms of Lewis, Clark, and the enlisted men. See also the box about clothing in the right column.
  • Distance Lewis and Clark Traveled
    By looking at this article, you can find figures to estimate how far Lewis and Clark traveled from Fort Mandan to the Pacific.
  • Espontoon
    Use the Find command and search for "Windsor" to find out how Lewis used his espontoon.
  • Instruments on the Expedition
    Describe the instruments Lewis and Clark used to explore to the Pacific.
  • Interactive Map
    Follow Lewis and Clark's journey to the Pacific. The website includes information about plants and animals they encountered on the trip west.
  • Jefferson
    Jefferson's goal for the Lewis and Clark expedition with links to photocopies of actual documents.
  • Keelboat
    See a model and description of the keelboat.
  • Native American Tribes
    Click on the tribe name on the left.
  • Native American Tribes
    Click on links for
    Hidatsa and Mandan
    Yankton Sioux
    Nez Perce
  • Newfoundland Dogs
    Information from the American Kennel Club

Online Encyclopedias

Search an online encyclopedia to find information about tribes, plants and animals, and other tasks.


netTrekker Educational Websites


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