Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Explorer Rock Fort Campsite The Dalles
Visitor Two Medicine Fight Site Buffalo Ridge
1770/08/01 Born in Caroline County, Virginia
1785/00/00 Home 1785-1803 Home Mulberry Hill site Louisville, KY
1803/03/00 William Clark lives with his brother George Rogers Clark and works as Clarksville's town surveyor. Home Old Clarksville Site Clarksville
1803/10/26 William Clark shakes hands with his brother George Clark. Corps of Discovery departs for the Pacific Ocean. Explorer Old Clarksville Site Clarksville Lewis and Clark Expedition
1803/11/11 Lewis and Clark arrive at Fort Massac, expecting to gain eight soldiers who had volunteered for the Corps of Discovery at South West Point, Tennessee, but they were not there. The Corps of Discovery departed Fort Massac on November 13th. Explorer Fort Massac State Park Metropolis, IL Lewis and Clark Expedition
1804/06/00 Lewis and Clark expedition camp Explorer Fort Osage Sibley Lewis and Clark Expedition
1804/07/30 William Clark notes that Sergeant Floyd is "verry unwell a bad Cold" etc. Explorer Sergeant Floyd Monument Sioux City Lewis and Clark Expedition
1804/10/00 Westbound Lewis and Clark expedition makes its way up the Missouri River and reaches the five earthlodge villages of the Mandan and Hidatsa tribes. Explorer Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site Archeological District Stanton Lewis and Clark Expedition
1805/00/00 The Corps, help by the Nez Perce, resupply and carve five canoes in twelve days Explore Canoe Camp Orofino Lewis and Clark Expedition
1805/07/16 This rock I called the tower. It may be ascended with some difficulty nearly to it's summit and from it there is a most pleasing view of the country we are now about to leave. From it I saw that evening immense herds of buffaloe in the plains below. ML Explorer Tower Rock State Park Montana Lewis and Clark Expedition
1805/07/25 Corps of Discovery reaches the Three Forks of the Missouri Explorer Three Forks of the Missouri Missouri Headwaters State Park Lewis and Clark Expedition
1805/08/09 Near Beaverhead Rock - Lewis, Drouillard, John Shields and Hugh McNeal hike to Beaverhead Rock, looking for the Shoshones. Clark and the others headed down river. Explorer Beaverhead Rock State Park Montana Lewis and Clark Expedition
1805/08/13 William Clark makes a survey Explorer Clark's Lookout State Park Montana Lewis and Clark Expedition
1805/08/26 Corps of Discovery crosses the Continental Divide through Lemhi Pass Explorer Lemhi Pass Tendoy Lewis and Clark Expedition
1805/11/15 Corps of Discovery camp at Chinook Point where they see the Pacific Ocean for the first time Explorer Cape Disappointment Historic District Ilwaco Lewis and Clark Expedition
1805/12/00 Corps of Discovery build Fort Clatsop and camp from December 1805 to March 1806. Explorer Fort Clatsop National Memorial Astoria Lewis and Clark Expedition
1806/00/00 Captain William Clark and 12 members of the Corps of Discovery walk to Tillamook Head in search of a beached whale near present-day Cannon Beach. Explorer Ecola State Park Oregon Lewis and Clark Expedition
1806/05/02 we passed the small creek at 8.75 from the commencement of this course and encamped on the N side in a little bottom, having traveled 19 miles today. at this place the road leaves the creek and takes the open high plain. - ML Explorer Patit Creek Campsite Dayton, WA Lewis and Clark Expedition
1806/11/08 Meriwether Lewis and William Clark arrive at Locust Grove, ending their expedition Explorer Locust Grove Louisville, KY Lewis and Clark Expedition
1807/09/06 William and George Clark arrive in Boone County to collect fossils at Big Bone Lick. Paleontologist Big Bone Lick State Park Kentucky
1838/09/01 William Clark dies in St Louis, buried in Bellefontaine Cemetery Died Bellefontaine Cemetery City of St Louis
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