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The Journals of Lewis and Clark

by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark August 28, 1806August 30, 1806August 29, 1806 Friday 29th August 1806 a cloudy morning the hunters proceeded on agreeable to their orders of last…

The Journals of Lewis and Clark

by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark August 27, 1806August 29, 1806August 28, 1806 Thursday 28th of August 1806 Capt Lewis had a bad nights rest and is not very well this morning. we…

Day 1590 Day 1592 Clark, August 28, 1806 Thursday 28th of August 1806 Capt Lewis had a bad nights rest and is not very well this morning. we Set out early and proceded on very well, Saw a n…

The Journals of Lewis and Clark

Day 1392 Day 1394 Clark, August 28, 1806 Thursday 28th of August 1806 Capt Lewis had a bad nights rest and is not very well this morning. we Set out early and proceded on very well, Saw a n…

The Devil's Dictionary

by Ambrose Bierce ASPERSEAUCTIONEERASS -n. A public singer with a good voice but no ear. In Virginia City, Nevada, he is called the Washoe Canary, in Dakota, the Senator, and everywhere the…

The Journals of Lewis and Clark

by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark August 18, 1805August 20, 1805August 19, 1805 Monday August 19th 1805. This morning I arrose at dylight. and sent out three hunters. some of the …

Day 1591 Day 1593 Clark, August 29, 1806 Friday 29th August 1806 a cloudy morning the hunters proceeded on agreeable to their orders of last night. I Sent out two men to the village of bark…

The Journals of Lewis and Clark

Day 1393 Day 1395 Clark, August 29, 1806 Friday 29th August 1806 a cloudy morning the hunters proceeded on agreeable to their orders of last night. I Sent out two men to the village of bark…

Day 855 Day 857 Lewis, August 19, 1805 Monday August 19th 1805. This morning I arrose at dylight. and sent out three hunters. some of the men who were much in want of legings and mockersons…

The Journals of Lewis and Clark

Day 657 Day 659 Lewis, August 19, 1805 Monday August 19th 1805. This morning I arrose at dylight. and sent out three hunters. some of the men who were much in want of legings and mockersons…