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William Clark (August 1, 1770 – September 1, 1838) was an American explorer, soldier, Indian agent, and territorial governor. A native of Virginia, he grew up in ...

William Clark - Explorer - Biography.com


Oct 10, 2016 ... Famous explorer William Clark was half of the historic traveling duo Lewis and Clark. Learn more at Biography.com.

Lewis and Clark . Inside the Corps . The Corps . William Clark | PBS


Captain William Clark, the red-haired co-captain of the Corps of Discovery, was born on August 1, 1770, the sixth son and ninth child from a family of 10 children.

PBS - THE WEST - William Clark


Forever linked to the epic achievements of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, William Clark returned from that adventure to become a respected administrator of ...

BIO: William Clark


William Clark was born on August 1, 1770. He grew up on his family's Virginia plantation, but moved to Louisville, Kentucky when he was 14. In 1789, he joined  ...

William Clark | American explorer | Britannica.com


Oct 1, 2014 ... William Clark, (born August 1, 1770, Caroline county, Virginia [U.S.]—died September 1, 1838, St. Louis, Missouri), American frontiersman who ...

Biography of William Clark - VCDH


William Clark descended from a line of adventurous men. The Clark family first settled in Virginia in 1630. Clark's parents, John Clark, III, and Ann Rogers reared  ...

William Clark - Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail (U.S. National ...


One hundred sixty three years after his death, William Clark received a promotion . In 2001, President Clinton promoted Clark from Lieutenant to Captain.