Spring semester begins January 23rd. We are ready, are you?? 📚📖📝
Toketee Falls before I decided to climb down to the bowl.
10 year challenge, when you say best friends means friends forever. Get you a real one. 👯 #lewisandclark
So my friend told me to look up this American history fact! She asked me how do you spell your name Lewis? Louis or lewis?? I said l ewis, why? Well Lewis and Clark were American explorers who traveled across the western boarder to the continental lands of American. This expedition first start from st Louis, in 1804 to 1806. Lewis and Clark were determined to do d plant life, animal life, and crops of harvest to share and trade with American Indians before British and European powers claimed it. I'm glad I look up this fact, I learned something new, my middle name has a meaning. Which means I'm a explorer in my mind, exploring my answer in life, and trading my experience to the people close,as well giving back in this world. Whenever I do become a clothing designer, I'll call it Lewis and Clark! #knowledge #lewisandclark
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Toussaint Charbonneau moved Sacagawea & their young son Jean Baptiste to St. Louis. There he tried his hand at farming but he & Sacagawea returned west after a year & a half. Charbonneau worked regularly as a trapper & interpreter, mentioned in many fur trappers’ journals from that time. In 1833 he was an interpreter for Prince Maximilian & artist Karl Bodmer. He survived the smallpox epidemic of 1837 that killed many Mandan & Hidatsa, including his young wife. He married a 14-year-old the next year. He was 70. He died sometime between 1839 & 1843, although the cause & location of his death is unknown.
#corpsofdiscovery #charbonneau #furtrapper #interpreter #lewisandclark
Thank you to everyone for getting us to over 300 followers here on Instagram. It's because of you that I do this and I have felt honored to share in your love of games since the first day I posted. Here's to many more. 🍻
New Office Hours episode today! "Damn you, let go my gun!" BYU History Professor Jay Buckley is a leading expert on the Lewis and Clark expedition, so who better to chat with about it? Especially when he knows how to spin a good yarn! Join Greg as he sits down with Professor Buckley for great stories from this most excellent expedition, including discussion of Lewis's mysterious death.
#lewisandclark #history #podcast
Hey Pio 🏀 Supporters, our 1st Annual Hoops Auction is fast approaching - January 19th after the Men’s & Women’s games vs. Pacific. The online auction opens tomorrow (Jan. 14) at 8 am and closes Friday (Jan. 18) at 11:59 pm. Once you have purchased your online auction ticket (link in our bio), to access the online auction, follow this link: www.32auctions.com/LCHOOPSFUNDRAISER. In order to start bidding, you will need to either log into your existing account or create a new account and request access in order to participate. The auction administrator will receive this access request via email, and they will approve the request ASAP for anyone who has bought their online auction ticket. Once the access request is approved, you will be joined to the auction as a participant and can enter bids. 👏🏽🏀🧡 THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT! •
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"What we are not is often more compelling than what we are. The fact of our emptiness is in itself immensely significant." K. Ross Toole, from Montana: An Uncommon Land.
It's been said #montana
is a desert state, meaning there is thin history in it and historians have a tough job making it seem otherwise. Toole admits in some ways that is correct, but in our vast skies and empty lands...there is something. A history of mountain men and Indians, cowboys and farmers, soldiers and miners.
I love the state I call home and look forward to writing about it in the future.
#nofilter #bigskycountry #bigskymontana #montana #lastbestplace #lastbestpress #montanacreators #lewisandclark
I, too, have traversed along the shores of the mighty Yellowstone, just as my heroes Lewis and Clark did, over two hundred years ago. 🐾🐾