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By Amber Dille. William Clark. Background Information. William Clark is from Louisville,Kentucky Clark married Julia Hancock in 1808,an there sons name is Merewether Lewis Clark. Time line. August 1, 1770 born in Virginia He played sports. He painted things.

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William clark

By Amber Dille

William Clark


Background information

Background Information

  • William Clark is from Louisville,Kentucky

  • Clark married Julia Hancock in 1808,an there sons name is Merewether Lewis Clark.


Time line

Time line

  • August 1, 1770 born in Virginia

  • He played sports.

  • He painted things.

  • When did he sail September, 4, 1901

  • William Clark was a rock artist in 1900

  • September 1, 1538 died age 68.


R easons f or t rip

Reasons for Trip

Theyexploredthere becausethe water.


Places that william clark sailed

Places that William Clark sailed

  • Great Falls of the Missouri.

  • William Clark sailed the Louisiana Territory on rivers.

  • Exploration of the Yellowstone would wait for the return trip. Lewis and Clark headed west along the Missouri into Montana.


What did he discover

What did he Discover

  • William saw a big bear that was black and 2 white ones.


Difficulties

Difficulties

  • Indians became dangerous

  • He had to get rid of the canoes because the water falls.


Citation

Citation

  • http;//virtuablogy.com/hall of explorers/William Clark.org/


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