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1967 The Arch opens to public on July 24. 29 GLOSSARY abundant (uh-BUHN-duhnt): having a great amount of something; having more than enough architecture (AHR-ki-tek-chur): the art or practice of designing and building structures commerce (KAH-murs): the exchange or buying and selling of goods on a large scale involving transportation from place to place establish (ih-STAB-lish): to start or make stable expedition (ek-spuh-DISH-uhn): a journey or excursion undertaken for a specific purpose frontiersman (fruhn-TEERS-man): a person who lives or works on a frontier keelboat (keel-boht): a shallow, covered riverboat used for freight that is usually rowed, poled, or towed interpreter (in-TUR-pri-tur): someone whose job is to translate from one language to another negotiate (ni-GOH-shee-eyt): to make a deal or bargain pioneers (pye-uh-NEERS): a group of people that originates or helps open up a new line of thought or activity; one of the first to settle in a territory republic (ri-PUHB-lik): a government having a chief of state who is not a monarch and who in modern times is usually a president treaty (TREE-tee): a contract in writing between two or more political authorities formally signed by authorized representatives 30 INDEX Bonaparte, Napoleon 7, 8 Clark, William 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 27, 28 Corps of Discovery 10, 13, 28 Dickmann, Bernard 19 Jefferson, Thomas 4, 5, 7, 10, 13, 14, 15, 19, 24, 27, 28 keelboat 11 Lewis, Merriwether 10, 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 27, 28 Mississippi-Missouri River system 10 Monroe, James 7, 8, 10 Native Americans 11, 13 Northwest Passage 10, 15 Old Courthouse 5, 27 Saarinen, Eero 22, 23, 25, 29 Sacagawea 13 Scott, Dred 5, 27, 28 Smith, Luther Ely 5, 19 SHOW WHAT YOU KNOW 1.
How did the Lewis and Clark expedition contribute to the expansion of the American West? 3. Why was St. Louis chosen as the location for the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial? 4. For what reasons was construction of the Arch delayed? 5. What did Luther Ely Smith hope a memorial on the riverbank in St. Louis would do for the city? com 31 ABOUT THE AUTHOR Keli Sipperley is a multimedia journalist and children’s book author in Tampa, Florida. She enjoys writing stories about interesting moments, fun places, and people who help others in their communities.
For what reasons was construction of the Arch delayed? 5. What did Luther Ely Smith hope a memorial on the riverbank in St. Louis would do for the city? com 31 ABOUT THE AUTHOR Keli Sipperley is a multimedia journalist and children’s book author in Tampa, Florida. She enjoys writing stories about interesting moments, fun places, and people who help others in their communities. She has two sons and two daughters who love reading and writing as much as she does. Meet The Author! com © 2015 Rourke Educational Media All rights reserved.