What were the goals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition?

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The goal of the Lewis and Clark Expedition was to follow the Missouri River to see if there were connecting rivers that would lead directly to the Pacific Ocean. Their secondary goal was to discover any economic benefit of the land that they traveled through on their way to the Pacific Ocean.
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