The Pacific Ocean

by Anne Pemberton

Picture of Sacagawea and her son Pomp.  
This page creates an adventure story starring your student or your child. He or she travels back to the Oregon Coast in 1805 to meet Lewis and Clark, and Sacagawea to discover the Pacific Ocean.

Turn on your speakers to hear "American Commerce Freedom"

Directions to create story and book.


Create a Personalized Story

Enter the name to appear in the story:

Click on gender: :

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Music Credits

Background Music: "American Commerce Freedom", from "Martial Music of Camp Dupont", recorded on "Martial Music in the Age of Lewis and Clark" by Randolph Cabell. The tune was widely played during the time of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Violins were taken on the journey, so it is likely this tune was played when the Expedition was in camp. Synthesized by Randy Cabell, 2004. Music used by permission.

Illustration Credits

Illustrations used without permission, for educational use only. Some illustrations have been edited for this application.

  1. Front Cover:
  2. History Hat: MSN Clipart

Page created September 7, 2004. Anne Pemberton. Updated Fri, Dec 9, 2011 | Thu, 28-Oct-2010. AP.