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Apr 21, 2023

[Answer] Which river did Lewis and Clark mostly follow?

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...1. Yellowstone River 2. Missouri River 3. Colorado River 4. Mississippi River

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Missouri River - When Lewis and Clark set out to discover the West in 1804, they tracked the Missouri River to its headwaters. Their expedition via this course may have followed that of Moncacht-Apé, a Native American explorer from the Yazoo tribe who was said to have undertaken the journey in the early 1700s. Lewis and Clark’s expedition began with the training of its 45 “Corps of Volunteers” at Camp DuBois in St. Louis, Missouri. Traveling at an average of about 15 miles a day by boat, the trip was rough, leading the Corps along the Missouri to the Columbia River, which wound to the Pacific Ocean. They arrived on the West Coast more than a year later in November 1805 and returned back to St. Louis two years and four months after their departure.:

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