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        Lewis and Clark Pathways | The Mandan People

        Lewis and Clark carried out their plan to spend the winter along the Missouri River near the Mandan tribe. The Mandan culture was different than the nomadic Sioux, as they lived in earthlodges in fortified villages, gardened and traded extensively. The Mandan and Hidatsa traded corn for tools and battle axes made by the expedition’s blacksmith, allowing expedition members to survive the winter.

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