Lewis and Clark's North Dakota: Jefferson's Vision

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Thomas Jefferson had many purposes in mind when he commissioned the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Places of interest identified by Lewis and Clark became military and trading posts in future years.  Additionally, many new species of plants and animals were identified.  William Clark also produced one of the earliest maps of this region.



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Producer

D. Geck, T. Jensen, L. Westad

Source

Lewis and Clark's North Dakota, 2002 Prairie Public Television. Kim Stenehjem (Producer)

Grade Level

2-7

Subject Matter

Social Studies

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