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The Journals of Lewis and Clark Setting & Symbolism

Meriwether Lewis and William Clark
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Objects/Places

Blackfeet Tribe

An native tribe located in present-day Browning, Montana. Two Blackfeet Indians are killed by Corps members while attempting to steal their horses during a night in July, 1806.

Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe

A native tribe located in present-day South Dakota. This tribe is also known as the Teton Lakota tribe in the Journals of Lewis and Clark.

Chinook Indian Tribe

A native tribe located in present-day Chinook, Washington.

Clatsop Tribe

A native tribe located in present-day Turner, Oregon. The Corps of Discovery name the their Western winter quarters after this tribe.

Eastern Shawnee Tribe

A native tribe located in present-day Oklahoma.

Lemhi-Shoshone

A native tribe located in present-day Lemhi Valley, Idaho. This is Sacawagea's tribe.

Nez Perce Tribe

A native tribe located in present-day Lapwai, Idaho. This tribe saves the members of the Corps from starvation and almost certain death after their difficult crossing of the Bitterroots...

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