William Clark inherited York from his father and
York accompanied Clark
on the Lewis and Clark Trail journey.
present day South Dakota, York
astounded the Arikara's with his size
and skin color.
"The Indians much asstonished at my
and Call him the big medison,
this nation never saw a black man
before." Captain Clark
Reaching the Pacific Ocean,
York was given the right
to vote, November 24, 1805, as to the location of where the
Expedition would build their winter quarters.
Annual Winter Storytelling Series at Traveler's Rest, Missoula,
Montana. From time immemorial, families have gathered during the cold
months of winter to celebrate the community, to share food and to
hear age-old stories that have been passed down through the generations.
Join us at Traveler's Rest as we continue this ancient tradition.
Every Saturday @
11 AM through February
Birth of Pomp: Jean Baptiste Charbonneau was born on
Feb.11,1805 in present day North Dakota with the help of Captain Lewis
and some rattlesnake tail. More info
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