Table of Contents
- 1 What were some challenges that Lewis and Clark faced?
- 2 What were Jefferson’s three goals for Lewis and Clark’s trip?
- 3 What seems to be Jefferson’s main concern in exploring the new territory Why would this be a concern?
- 4 Did Lewis and Clark find the Northwest Passage?
- 5 What was the name of the expedition that went wrong?
- 6 Why was Magellan not investigated in North America?
What were some challenges that Lewis and Clark faced?
Part of the supplies stored in the Corps of Discovery included a substantial medical list. Nevertheless, Lewis and Clark’s crew were plagued with illness, disease and accidents. A list of illnesses they suffered includes sunburn, dysentery, colds and flu. Dental problems and toothaches were also a problem.
What were the goals or reasons behind Jefferson’s decision to send this expedition west?
He hoped to establish trade with the Native American people of the West and find a water route to the Pacific.
What was the hardest part of the Lewis and Clark expedition?
They traveled north to Lolo Pass where they crossed the Bitteroot Range on the Lolo Trail; this was the most difficult part of the journey. Nearly starved, Lewis and Clark reached the country of the Nez Perce on the Clearwater River in Idaho, and left their horses for dugout canoes.
What were Jefferson’s three goals for Lewis and Clark’s trip?
Their mission was to explore the unknown territory, establish trade with the Natives and affirm the sovereignty of the United States in the region.
What struggles did Lewis and Clark face at Lolo Pass?
“Several horses slipped and rolled down steep hills which hurt them very much,” wrote Clark. “The one which carried my desk and small trunk turned over and rolled down a mountain for 40 yards and lodged against a tree, broke the desk. “The horse escaped and appeared but little hurt. …
Did Lewis and Clark have slaves?
York was born enslaved, the son of Old York and Rose, who were owned by John Clark III, William Clark’s father. William inherited York from his father in 1799….York (explorer)
|Occupation||Body servant (enslaved) Explorer|
|Employer||Enslaved by William Clark|
|Known for||Participating in the Lewis and Clark Expedition|
What seems to be Jefferson’s main concern in exploring the new territory Why would this be a concern?
Louisiana Purchase:What was Jefferson’s main concern of exploring new territory? To find new water routes. Best water communication across continent.
What is Thomas Jefferson’s most famous quote?
“We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal. . . .” “it is the great parent of science & of virtue: and that a nation will be great in both, always in proportion as it is free.” “our liberty depends on the freedom of the press, and that cannot be limited without being lost.”
What bad things happened on the Lewis and Clark Expedition?
One of the worst injuries came during the trip home, when an enlisted man accidentally shot Lewis in the buttocks after mistaking him for an elk. Though not seriously wounded, the explorer was forced to spend a few miserable weeks lying on his belly in a canoe while the expedition floated down the Missouri River.
Did Lewis and Clark find the Northwest Passage?
Lewis and Clark may not have discovered a direct Northwest Passage, but they did forge a path to the Pacific that would inspire thousands of others to settle in the northwestern United States in the century to follow.
Was Lewis and Clark’s journey successful?
In less than 2 1/2 years, at a total cost to the taxpayer of $40,000, The Corps of Discovery traveled over 8,000 miles. The Lewis and Clark Expedition was phenomenally successful in terms of accomplishing its stated goals, expanding America’s knowledge, and tantalizing curiosity and wonder about the vast American West.
How many species did Lewis and Clark discover?
122 animal species
But during their 8,000-mile journey from Missouri to the Pacific Ocean and back between 1804-1806, Lewis and Clark discovered 122 animal species, including iconic American animals like the grizzly bear, coyote, prairie dog and bighorn sheep.
What was the name of the expedition that went wrong?
Seeking safety to the west, a group of 245 men constructed rafts and attempted to sail across the Gulf of Mexico. During the attempt, Narvaez was swept out to sea and was never seen again. Eighty-six members of the party did make it to Galveston, where they were subsequently captured.
What was the result of the first Discovery Expedition?
When this first expedition failed to return, Abubakari refused to admit defeat and assembled an even greater fleet of 2,000 ships. Leading the expedition in person (after abdicating the throne), Abubakari II set sail in the name of discovery . . . and was never heard from again.
What was the result of the Narvaez expedition?
During the attempt, Narvaez was swept out to sea and was never seen again. Eighty-six members of the party did make it to Galveston, where they were subsequently captured. Four survived by escaping and journeying across what is now the southern USA and Mexico, taking eight years to do so.
Why was Magellan not investigated in North America?
Magellan The legend not investigated in North America was: Inca gold Columbus’ two mistakes were that he believed the distance to Asia was shorter than it actually was, and he believed the land he discovered was near the continent of ________. Asia Trade increased THIS SET IS OFTEN IN FOLDERS WITH…