Top Ten Things Not to Do on the Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1804


It’s another great Top Ten post from John Howell’s Fiction Favorites blog: TOP TEN THINGS NOT TO DO ON THE LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION IN 1804

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Lewis, Clark, and Sacagawea

This last week marked the 216th anniversary of the beginning of the full Lewis and Clark expedition. On May 14, 1804, Clark and the Corps joined Lewis in St. Charles, Missouri, and headed upstream on the Missouri River to try and find a water passage to the Pacific Ocean. This is one journey you won’t want to miss. If you go take along this list so maybe you will stay out of trouble.

Top Ten Things Not to Do on the Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1804.

10 On the expedition, do not insist that the expedition started in Pittsburgh in November of 1803. If you do, at best, the men will ignore you. At worst, since most came with Clark in 1803, you might make some enemies. (You see, Lorne, Meriwether Lewis and a few of the crew picked up a keelboat in Pittsburgh in 1803…

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