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Meriwether Lewis and William Clark
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"Sand bars are so numerous that that it is impossible to describe them, and think it unnecessary to mention them," Chapter 4, p. 78.

"Note: The Arikaras are not fond of spirituous liquor, nor do they appear to be fond of receiving any or thankful for it. They say we are no friends or we would not give them what makes them fools," Chapter 4, p. 90.

"The Big Bellies and Wetersoons are at war with the Snake Indians and Sioux, and were at war with the Arikaras until we made peace a few days past. The Mandans are at war with all who make war only, and wish to be at peace with all nations. Seldom the aggressors," Chapter 5, p. 105.

"Although the game is very abundant and gentle, we only kill as much as is necessary for food. I believe that two good hunters could conveniently supply a regiment with provisions." Chapter...

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