|Lewis & Clark & Sacagawea|
U.S. schoolchildren who learn about the Lewis & Clark expedition probably remember little except Sacagawea
—which is OK, with me, since it’s not certain the explorers could have made it without her. Many years after those history lessons, I read Stephen Ambrose’s Undaunted Courage, and developed a proper appreciation for what theses people faced and what an extraordinary accomplishment this was.
The video is a rather more lighthearted take, with plenty of in-jokes for those familiar with the story—and/or Bill & Ted.
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