November 20, 1803
The Expedition leaves the Ohio River and turns up the Mississippi bound for St. Louis. They make several miles against the current and camp on the eastern shore in present Illinois.
Left our mouring on the Ohio side of the point at 10 OC.
we came too on the Starbd side and stayed all night
November 20, 1804
West winds bring warmer temperatures to Fort Mandan in present North Dakota. Several Indians come to eat the fresh meat brought to the fort yesterday. Charbonneau brings four horse loads of meat, and the Captains move into their huts.
the work go on as usal. Captains moved in their Room, &.C. got Stone &.C.
November 20, 1805
Clark's group joins the others at Station Camp near present Chinook, Washington. Chiefs Comcomly and Shelathwell are given medals and a flag. An Indian trades two sea otter skins for the belt of blue beads worn by Sacagawea.
I was overtaken by three Indians one of them gave me Some dried Sturgeon and a fiew wappato roots,
found maney of the Chin nooks with Capt. Lewis of whome there was 2 Cheifs Com com mo ly & Chil-lar-la-wil