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Corps of Discovery

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I picked the first photo (the one with them in front of the boat) because I figured it explains how they traveled by boat and they had Sacagawea with them on the expedition. The second photo I have is of them as a statue and I figured it represented how they went through a lot and the statue is there to remember what they did. The third photo shows what kind of money they could have gotten. Fourth photo represents how Sacagawea traveled and was apart of the expedition. Lastly, the fifth photo shows how the Blackfeet indians dressed, I did this so you have a better picture of them when you read the discription.

3c Lewis & Clark Expedition single

National Postal Museum

Lewis and Clark Memorial, (sculpture)

Art Inventories Catalog, Smithsonian American Art Museums

Dollar, United States, 1804 (Class One)

National Museum of American History

29c Sacagawea mini sheet single

National Postal Museum

Blackfeet Group, (painting)

Art Inventories Catalog, Smithsonian American Art Museums