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Lewis and Clark Today: May 14, 1804

Follow the Corps of Discovery on its great adventure across unknown territory to the mouth of the Columbia River.
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Follow the Corps of Discovery on its great adventure across unknown territory to the mouth of the Columbia River. Start today on May 14 when William Clark and most of the Corps set out from a spot on the Missouri River near St. Louis to travel up the river on its way to the source, hoping upon hope that it would empty into the Pacific Ocean. Every day you’ll find an excerpt from at least one of the journals that were kept, a visual of some sort, a link to the current weather, a map of the current day’s location, and the journals of Lewis and Clark. Take the trip of a lifetime with these intrepid men and, eventually, one woman. And remember, only one man died.

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