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Reunion Bay

August 12, 1806

Since dividing on July 3, 1806 Travelers Rest present day Missoula, Montana; the explorers had been exploring separate routes.  Captain Lewis and nine men went to pursue a direct route to the Missouri, then explore Maria's river.  Captain Clark and the rest of the party went a new route to the Jefferson River, then descended to the Three Forks and then proceeded with a detachment party to explore the Yellowstone, while Sergeant Ordway, with nine men, descended the Missouri.  

The separated parties were re-united at this bay. 


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