Lewis and Clark Journal Project - sps186.org

Lewis and Clark Journal Project - sps186.org

Lewis and Clark Journal Project The Project Lewis and Clark were hired by President Jefferson to explore the

land bought through the Louisiana Purchase. They kept a journal to record all of their findings. You will do the same.

Looking at your Rubric You must have 3-5 journal entries. Lewis and Clark discussed their adventures such as food shortages, the weather, encounters with dangerous animals and tribes. Your journal entries must be atleast 10 sentences

each, describing your adventures of the day. Be creative about what you write. This is an opportunity to be as descriptive and exciting as you like! IT MUST BE REALISTIC TO THE TIME PERIOD. These are actual pages from their journals.

They identified new species of plants and animals. You will have to include 3 specimens. You may either find them outside or draw them.

Left Pittsburgh [2] this day at 11 ock with a party of 11 hands 7 of which are soldiers, a pilot and three young men on trial they having proposed to go with me throughout the voyage. [3] Arrived at Bruno's Island [4] 3 miles below halted a few minutes. went on shore and being invited on by some of the gentlemen present to try my airgun [5] which I had purchased brought it on shore charged it

and fired myself seven times fifty five yards with pretty good success; after which a Mr. Blaze Cenas [6] being unacquainted with the management of the gun suffered her to discharge herself accedentaly the ball passed through the hat of a woman about 40 yards distanc cuting her temple about the fourth of the diameter of the ball; shee fell instantly and the blood gusing from her temple we were all in the greatest consternation supposed she was dead by [but] in a

minute she revived to our enespressable satisfaction, and by examination we found the wound by no means mortal or even dangerous; called the hands aboard and proceeded to a ripple of McKee's rock* [7] where we were obleged to get out all hands and lift the boat [8] over about thirty yards; the river is extreemly low; said to be more so than it has been known for four years; about [blank] we passed another ripple near [erasure] Past another bear or ripple with more dificulty

than either of the others halted for the night much fatiegued after labouring with my men all day [9] the water being sufficiently temperate was much in our favor; gave my men some whiskey and retired to rest at 8 OClock

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