January 28, 1804
Clark receives several different visitors at Camp River Dubois. Rev. David Badgley trades potatoes and game birds, Mr. Cummings brings corn meal and brandy, and Mr. Coxe inquires about his horses. The porter (ale) freezes.
Mr. Bagley Came with Potatos fowls &— I trade him Mr. Cummins Came with meel & Brandy from Contractor at 2 oClock 18° abov 0, the Mr. Anty Coxe called toDay to inqure after his horses
January 28, 1806
Only three of the elk shot previously are found due to the recent snows. Howard and Werner bring some salt to Fort Clatsop. Today's Lewis and Clark River was named Netul after the Clatsop name for that river.
the river on which Fort Clatsop stands we now call Ne-tul, this being the name by which the Clatsops call it.