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Lewis & Clark Corps of Discovery

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1804
With the smooth flow of the journey for the past couple of days, Clark has been able to make many careful observations. In fact, he determined the height of a hill to be about one hundred feet high. At the top of the hill he discovered two mounds which appeared to be burial sights. Lewis took some complex measurements of the moon and the sun; as a result, he calculated the altitude. Two men reunited with the group after being away for seven days.
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This guide last edited 12/17/2005
This guide last revised 10/23/2007
This guide created 10/12/2004