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    Lewis and Clark expedition Students Name Institutional affiliation Introduction Thomas Jefferson was the third president of the United States. He took office in 1801 when most people lived within 50 miles of the Atlantic Ocean.Peolpe had little knowledge of the Western part of the country. It was only the French traders, fur trappers, Spannish and British explorers. I t was Thomas Jefferson’s dream to send explorers to North America before he became the president. President Thomas Jefferson on January 18, 1803 drafted a letter to Congress. He wanted $ 2500 to fund an expedition to the Pacific Ocean. His hopes were establishing trade with the people of the west who were Native Americans. By these he hoped to find a water route to…

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    Clark Kent Research Paper

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    In the distance, a dying planet is at its last breath. Just before the planet’s utter demise a scientist places his infant son into a spacecraft headed for earth. The infant (Clark Kent) is later found on earth where he is adopted into a normal American family. This infant (Clark Kent) is unknowing of his place of origin, and he appears to be normal. However, this infant is anything but normal. As he grows and develops Clark Kent soon learns about his superhuman abilities. “...Hurdle a…

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    Dick Clark had always been interested in music. At the age of 13 he dreamed of being a DJ. Clark worked at his uncle's radio station (larkin,comp, 2002). Dick Clark inherited the skill of show business from his uncle. Dick Clark's dream of becoming a DJ became true after he was invited to American Bandstand as a substitute where he later stayed as host(larkin,comp, 2002). Dick Clark was invited to the show that changed his life. Dick Clark was invited to American Bandstand as a substitute were…

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    Clark Gable “I'm no actor and I never have been. What people see on the screen is me” (Clark Gable)(IMD). Gable was a man who loved his job. That quote tells that he is not acting, he is just being himself. Clark Gable was also known as “The King” or “The King of Hollywood”. Gable was a very talented actor and achieved many things in life (Clark Gable). Gable was born on February 1, 1901 in Cadiz, Ohio. Clark was born to William Henry Gable and Adeline (Hershelman) Gable. William Gable was an…

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    Kimberly Clark Case Analysis

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    I have chosen Kimberly Clark Corporation to analyze because they are “passionate about providing people with essentials for a better life by adding convenience to daily routines with some of the world 's most recognized products” and I have worked for them for over 15 years. KC has over 43,000 employees, 144 years in business, over $18 billion in sales and we hold the Number 1 and Number 2 brand shares in 80 countries. In addition to our world class manufacturing, we have donated $35 million in…

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    On September 22, 1805, the explorers finally emerged from the mountains near present-day Weippe, Idaho, exhausted and nearly starving. They met the Nez Perce Indians and got dried fish and roots from them. Lewis and Clark set up camp on the banks of the Clearwater River, a branch of the Snake River, which was a branch of the Columbia River. On October 7, they left camp and started down the Clearwater River in their five newly hollowed dugouts they had made. They reached the Snake River on…

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    Comparing Lewis And Clark

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    When delving into history books, two prominent names stand out and are universally known. Those two names are Lewis and Clark. While both gentlemen have a background in the military, they are predominately known for their historic expedition along the Mississippi River to the Coast of Oregon in what is widely known as the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Their achievements would later be used to argue that the U.S owned the Pacific Northwest while the expedition also paved the way westward for…

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    The Lewis and Clark Expedition is most commonly known as the exploration that led to the westward expansion of the United States of America. William Clark is highly under-credited for his role as one of the two explorers on the trip with most of the credit given to Meriwether Lewis. William Clark is responsible for the making of maps along the journey, especially his master map of the West. Without the detailed maps that Clark created, there would have been a delay in westward expansion in an…

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    At the beginning of the 19th century, two men, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark began a three year journey from St. Louis, Missouri westward toward the Pacific Coast. The expedition west brought forth many challenges including spring storms that flooded the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers. Throughout the journey out to the Pacific and back to St. Louis, Missouri, the threat of Native American confrontation persisted. Along the way, both Lewis and Clark encountered frequent dangers and life…

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    Lewis And Clark Analysis

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    Meriwether Lewis and William Clark led the first American expedition to cross the western portion of America. This expedition was called the Corps of Discovery Expedition, but it is more commonly known as the Lewis and Clark Expedition. President Thomas Jefferson ordered the expedition shortly after the purchase of the Louisiana Territory in 1803. Lewis and Clark were to be accompanied by a few select US Army volunteers. Their journey lasted from May 1804 to September 1806. Their main objective…

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