Original Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804-1806: Printed from the Original Manuscripts in the Library of the American Philosophical Society and by Direction of Its Committee on Historical Documents, Together with Manuscript Material of Lewis and Clark from Other Sources, Including Note-books, Letters, Maps, Etc., and the Journals of Charles Floyd and Joseph Whitehouse, Now for the First Time Published in Full and Exactly as Written, Том 3

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Dodd, Mead, 1905
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Стр. 210 - Great joy in camp we are in view of the Ocian? (in the morning when fog cleared off just below last village (first on leaving this village) of Warkiacum) this great Pacific Octean which we been so long anxious to See. and the roreing or noise made by the waves brakeing on the rockey Shores (as I suppose) may be heard disti[n]ctly We made 34 miles to day as computed.
Стр. 301 - This morning I was awoke at an early hour by the discharge of a volley of small arms, which were fired by our party in front of our quarters to usher in the new year; this was the only mark of rispect which we had it in our power to pay this celebrated day. our repast of this day tho...
Стр. 289 - After brackfast we divided our tobacco which amounted to 12 carrots, one half of which we gave to the men of the party who used tobacco, and to those who doe not use it we make a present of a handkerchief.
Стр. 305 - ... better than that of Christmass, consisted principally in the anticipation of the 1st day of January, 1807, when in the bosom of our friends we hope to participate in the mirth and hilarity of the day, and when with the zest given by the recollection of the present, we shall completely, both mentally and corporally, enjoy the repast which the hand of civilization has prepared for us.
Стр. 69 - I have been wet and as cold in every part as I ever was in my life, indeed I was at one time fearfull my feet would freeze in the thin mockersons which I wore...
Стр. 330 - Missouri and those of our frontier; they are generally cheerfull but never gay. with us their conversation generally turns upon the subjects of trade, smoking, eating or their women; about the latter they speak without reserve in their presents, of their every part, and of the most formiliar connection.
Стр. 151 - Lewis went up to the Lodges to See those Canoes and exchanged our Smallest Canoe for one of them by giveing a Hatchet & few trinkets to the owner who informed that he purchased it of a white man below for a horse, these Canoes are neeter made than any I have ever Seen and Calculated to ride the waves, and carry emence burthens, they are dug thin and are suported by cross pieces of about 1 incn diamuter tied with Strong bark thro
Стр. 52 - Total and at least 500 horses, those people reeved us friendly, threw white robes over our Sholders & Smoked in the pipes of peace, we Encamped with them &: found them friendly but nothing but berries to eate a part of which they gave us...
Стр. 234 - Some rain in the after part of the night. men appear much Satisfied with their trip beholding with estonishment the high waves dashing against the rocks & this emence Ocian...
Стр. 217 - It would be distressing to a feeling person to see our situation at this time all wet and cold with our bedding &?

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