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    1) Lewis & Clark and Louisiana Purchase Fill-in-the-Blanks --

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    Vocabulary Word List:
    Lewis & Clark and Louisiana Purchase vocabulary list:
    continental, expedition, exploration, fortitude, frontier, hostile, interpreter, journey, navigate, negotiation, opposition, perilous, persistence, possession, provisions, territory, translation, treacherous

    Lewis & Clark and Louisiana Purchase Fill-in-the-Blanks --

    1)  Settlers feared Native American raids on the and encouraged soldiers to protect them.
    2)  Families attempted to keep of supplies and food in their dwellings.
    3)  Molly turned to her sister to help since she was unable to why her niece continued to cry.
    4)  Donald asked another traveler to the words the young French boy had said.
    5)  Scientists needed documentation about the configuration, existing explorations and discoveries.
    6)  Before the wagons set out, occurred between the party leader and the scout.
    7)  The Louisiana Purchase included vast lands once in the of France.
    8)  Heavy rains made some streams to cross with heavy wagons.
    9)  Three men were exhausted enough to exchange words with other settlers due to their frustrations.
    10)  What those early settlers had to set forth on uncharted land!
    11)  Hannah admired the cook’s in urging travelers to eat at least once a day.
    12)  On this trip, oxen crossed the riverbed without too much difficulty.
    13)  Since the majority of the party was in such to the planned route, the guide proposed an alternative.
    14)  The guide explained that the hilly would be especially difficult for the animals to traverse.
    15)  If the did not encounter problems, it might reach the fort at dusk.
    16)  Brave individuals were willing and ready to make an of uncharted areas.
    17)  Elizabeth’s children soon tired of the and often asked how much longer they needed to travel.
    18)  Charles had earned a fine reputation and could through riverbeds without losses.