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1805 Journal Entry Archives   September 27 - 30, 1805

Party camps about 5 miles west of Orofino, Idaho Canoe Camp

September 27, 1805

 "  all the men able to work comened building 5 canoes, Several taken Sick at work, our hunters returned Sick without meet. J. Colter returned he found only one of the lost horses, on his way killed a deer, half of which he gave the Indians the other proved nourshing to the Sick  the day verry hot, we purchase fresh Salmon of them  Several  Indians Come up the river from a Camp some distance below.  Capt Lewis very Sick nearly all the men sick.  our Shonshonee Indian Guide employed himself makeing flint points for his arrows. "  Clark

September 28, 1805

" Our men nearly all Complaining of ther bowles, a heaviness at the Stomach & Lax, Some of those taken first getting better, a number of Indians about us gazeing.  This day proved verry worm and Sultrey, nothing killed  -  Our men nearly all complaining of their diat of fish & roots. All that is able working at the Canoes."  Clark

September 29, 1805

 " The men that are able to at work, at the Canoes Cap Lewis very Sick, and most men complaning very much."   Clark

September 30, 1805

"a fine morning  our men recruting a little  cool, all at work doing something except 2 which are verry Sick, Great run of small duck passing up and down the river this morning.  maney Indians passing up and down the river."   Clark

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