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A heavy fog this morning prevented our setting out before seven o'clock. At nine I took two men and walked on the L.S. I crossed three beautiful streams of running water heading into the prairies. On those streams the land very fine, covered with pea vine and rich weed.
A windy rainy night, and cold, so much so we could not speak with the Indians [...] many others came to see us today, we gave them some tobacco and informed them we would speak tomorrow, the day continued cold and windy.
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August 1, 1770
September 1, 1838
William Clark was an American explorer, soldier, Indian agent, and territorial governor. A native of Virginia, he grew up in prestatehood Kentucky before later settling in what became the state of Missouri. Clark was a planter and slaveholder.
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