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The Lost Journal Entries of Lewis & Clark

These never-before-seen pages paint Lewis and Clark’s famous expedition in a whole new light.

Great numbers of buffalo, elk, deer, and goats. Our hunters killed 10 deer and a goat today, and I personally wounded a bear. I saw several fresh tracks of those animals, which are three times as large as a man’s track. The wind hard all day from the N.E. and E. The bear was wearing pants, by the way, which was peculiar.

CAPTAIN CLARK, 20 OCTOBER 1804. 

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Thanksgiving: A Historical FAQ
Learn why pilgrims murdered for buckles, who the real Squanto was, and much more in this helpful FAQ.

Thanksgiving: A Historical FAQ

Learn why pilgrims murdered for buckles, who the real Squanto was, and much more in this helpful FAQ.

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