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When Lewis and Clark traveled across America, it took two years, four months, and nine days. They had traveled about 6,000 miles. They brought back much new material for map makers and specimens of previously unknown wildlife. American settlers and traders soon began to travel over the route they had blazed. After they blazed the path, it made it much easier for those who followed to go across America. Now we can travel all across America - from point a to point b - in air conditioned and heated cars without bumps, partly due to their work. Someone had to blaze the path.

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