Lewis and Clark . Mr. Boeke. What we’ll Learn…. What was the Louisiana Purchase? Who was Sacagawea Different historical perspectives toward Sacagawea How cross-hatching can be used for value How interpretations of the same story can differ. VOCABULARY CROSS-HATCHING VALUE ILLUSTRATION.
What was the Louisiana Purchase?
Who was Sacagawea
Different historical perspectives toward Sacagawea
How cross-hatching can be used for value
How interpretations of the same story can differ
Expanded American territory westward
1800 Napoleon Bonaparte convinces Spain to sell back the territory
Jefferson feared the strong French presence
Purpose: Explore new territory of Louisiana Purchase
Transportation by water
Mississippi, Gulf of Mexico
From St. Louis May, 14 1804
Took 2 years and 4 months
New territory populated by Native Americans
Started in St. Louis, went to the pacific, and came back
Traveled mainly by river
55 ft keel boat
Nov. 3, 1804 Start Construction
Protection from enemy tribes
45 degrees below zero
Rest, less travel in Winter
Winter at Fort Mandan 1804-1805
Joined as interpreter, with Sacagawea
One of his wives, pregnant
Common in Native Cultures
16 years old
Means “bird woman”
Son, Jean Baptiste Charbonneau
Born Feb. 11,1805
present day North Dakota
Lewis and rattlesnake tail
It MUST include :
John Baptiste Charbonneau “Pomp”
Rattlesnake/ or just the tail
Fort Mandan/North Dakota landscape
Lewis and/or Clark
What city did the expedition start in?
What was the official name?
Who was first in command?
Who was president?
Who did we buy the Louisiana territory from?
How much was it?
Who was Toussaint Charbonneau?