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The Journals of Lewis & Clark: September 29, 1805

by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark
September 28, 1805
September 30, 1805

September 29, 1805

Septr. 29th Satterday Drewyer killed 2 deer Collins 1 der men Conte Sickly at work all able to work.

Sunday 29th Septr. 1805

a Cool morning wind from the S. W. men Sick as usial, all The men that are able to at work, at the Canoes Drewyer killed 2 Deer Colter killed 1 Deer, the after part of this day worm Cap Lewis very Sick, and most of the men complaning very much of ther bowels & Stomach

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