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History[ edit ] The foundations for the Corps of Discovery were laid when Thomas Jefferson met John Ledyard to discuss a proposed expedition to the Pacific Northwest in the s. A letter from President Thomas Jefferson to the U. Jefferson also wanted to establish a U.
The soldiers were to distribute them to the nations they met. But the Corps would be prepared for any acts of hostility because it would be equipped with the most advanced weapons available, such as rifles and a. They also carried flags, gift bundles, medicine and other items they would need for their journey.
Much time went into ensuring a sufficient supply of these items.
Men were expected to be excellent hunters and possess skills that would ensure their survival in the wilderness.
He also wanted men who were brave, unmarried, and healthy. Lewis entrusted recruitment to Clark. He first went to LouisvilleKentucky where he found his first recruits in then ClarksvilleIndiana. This group eventually became known as the "Nine Young Men from Kentucky": In total almost a third of the party's permanent members — forming the heart of the Corps — were from Louisville, Clarksville or their surrounding areas.
A total of 33 volunteers, including 29 in training, spent the — winter at Camp Dubois in Indiana Territory. The expedition then set off west following the Missouri River on 21 May.
On August 20,Sergeant Charles Floyd died, apparently from acute appendicitis. He would be the party's only death on the expedition over the next two years. During the coming weeks, the expedition would reach the Great Plains. They would be among a select group of white people to see the area abounding with elkdeerbisonand beavers before the large-scale encroachment of European settlement.
Over the next two years, the Lewis and Clark Expedition established relations with more than two dozen indigenous nations between Missouri and the Pacific Ocean.
Researchers now acknowledge that without such contact or help, the Corps of Discovery would have undoubtedly starved to death or become hopelessly lost in the Rocky Mountains.
InPresident Thomas Jefferson appointed Lewis as his private secretary. Two years later, Jefferson chose Lewis as commander of the expedition to cross the American continent to the Pacific Ocean. Following the return of the expedition inLewis became governor of the Louisiana Territory.
However political and personal problems caused him to suffer severe emotional difficulties. Lewis died at an inn on the Natchez TraceTennessee. He was the younger brother of General George Rogers Clark. In he resigned his commission to work in the family business. On accepting Lewis' offer to join the expedition, Clark received a second lieutenant's commission instead of a captaincy because of the Army seniority system.
However he and Lewis concealed this from the members of the expedition, who always referred to him as Captain Clark.
After returning inClark embarked on a distinguished political career, including the governorship of the Missouri Territory.Star Trek: Discovery is an American television series created for CBS All Access by Bryan Fuller and Alex caninariojana.com is the first series developed specifically for that service, and the first Star Trek series since Star Trek: Enterprise concluded in Set roughly a decade before the events of the original Star Trek series and separate from the timeline of the concurrently produced feature.
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