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Undaunted Courage Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 10 Up the Mississippi to Winter Camp November 1803 - March 1804 Summary

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Chapter 10 Up the Mississippi to Winter Camp November 1803 - March 1804 Summary and Analysis

The mighty Mississippi River quickly convinces Lewis and Clark that they will need still more men to be successful. Over the next several weeks, the men worked the keelboat and pirogues against the current, difficult hard work claiming only a few miles of progress each day. The party continued on, stopping at trading posts and forts to obtain supplies and review potential recruits. The party eventually reaches St. Louis and a brief period of political intrigue follows wherein the local Spanish political commander refuses to allow entry to the Americans until the official land transfer of the upper Louisiana territories occurs. While in St. Louis Lewis sends and receives mail, notably from Jefferson. Additional men and supplies previously sent overland, rendezvous with the river party. With the...

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