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... Claude State Historic Site Nash Rolette Standing Rock State Historic Site Ransom Steamboat Warehouse Historic Marker Bismarck Burleigh Stutsman County Courthouse State Historic Site Jamestown Stutsman ...
... They were accompanied by a sixteen-year-old Shoshone Indian woman, Sacagawea, the wife of a French-Canadian fur trader ... about geography, plant and animal life, and Indian cultures filled their daily journals ... journey helped to strengthen the idea that United States territory was destined to reach all the way to the Pacific ...
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—Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (18351910)