Follow the route explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark took on their expedition across the U.S. in search of a water route believed to link the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. What they found forever changed the shape of America.
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Lewis and Clark 200
December 4, 2001 -- From Brent Lane, a parent from Montana who is affiliated with the site
The historical articles by Phil Scriver are top notch. The pictures of the honor guard are great. It is a growing site.
Pomp: The True Story of the Baby on the Sacagawea Dollar
May 13, 2000 -- From Liz, a reader from Brooklyn, New York who is affiliated with the site
He’s cute, he’s sleepy, and he’s in your pocket. He’s Pompï¿½the napping baby on the new Sacagawea dollar coin. Learn all about his amazing life in this e-book for kids. In 1805, Pomp and his mother Sacagawea traveled across the western United States on the Lewis and Clark Expedition. But that was only the beginning of his adventures. As an adult, Pomp toured Europe with royalty, blazed new trails as a mountain man, survived a bear attack as a U.S. Army scout, and became one of the first Americans to catch “gold fever” during the California Gold Rush.