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Seeds Collected and Documented
by

Lewis & Clark's
Corps of Discovery Expedition

1804 to 1806


 Products (Total Items: 3)
 
  
Blanketflower - Gaillardia arisata
Blanketflower - Gaillardia arisata
$1.75
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Flax, Blue
Flax, Blue
$1.75
Quantity
Rocky Mountain Beeplant
Rocky Mountain Beeplant
$1.75
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President Thomas Jefferson called upon Captains Meriwether Lewis and William Clark to assemble a crew and coordinate an expedition into the wilderness that lay beyond the Missouri in what is now Illinois. They assembled a diverse group of people and called them the "Corps of Discovery."

The three year journey took them across the country to the Pacific Ocean and resulted in the recording of nearly 1,000,000 words. Along with documentary information, the corps recorded weather data, geography, native cultures, and descriptions of animal and plant specimens that they collected during the journey.

The wildflower varieties above are examples of discoveries made by the expedition. They are a perfect way to incorporate a bit of history into your daily life.


Bibliographic Sources and Links:

  1. Lewis and Clark as Naturalists, Smithsonian Museum of Natural History.
  2. Lewis and Clark as Naturalists, Smithsonian Museum of Natural History.
  3. Lewis and Clark as Naturalists, Smithsonian Museum of Natural History.
  4. Lewis and Clark as Naturalists, Smithsonian Museum of Natural History.