Lewis and Clark expedition
A journey made by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, during the presidency of Thomas Jefferson, to explore the American Northwest, newly purchased from France, and some territories beyond. The expedition started from St. Louis, Missouri, and moved up the Missouri River and down the Columbia River to the Pacific Ocean. The information that Lewis and Clark gathered was of great help in the settlement of the West. (See also Louisiana Purchase.)
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It took a blow to the head from Clark and the assistance of three deputies to subdue her.
In fact, Clark fell back first from her blows, losing his cap, tie, and badge in the melee.
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