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Undaunted Courage - Study Guide Chapter 30 The Last Leg July 29 - September 22, 1806 Summary & Analysis

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Lewis' group proceeds by water to the junction of the Yellowstone River, the site of planned rendezvous with Clark. Clark has left a note and moved ahead. Lewis pursues through a land of abundant game and abundant mosquitoes, making excellent progress without incident until mid-August. At that time, Lewis and a nearsighted one-eyed private are hunting elk when Lewis is shot in the buttocks. He calls out for the private who does not respond—Lewis hobbles back to the canoes and rouses the alarm of an Indian attack. The men go on the offensive but shortly return with the missing private and state no Indians are in the area. Later Lewis recovers another letter from Clark informing him that one of the smaller expeditions, having completely failed in its mission, has rejoined...

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