On this day in Lewis & Clark history...
The day brings snow, and Clark has the men start raising the walls at Camp River Dubois. They also cut a road to the nearby prairie. Lewis plans to leave St. Louis for Cahokia in order to write and send letters.
From the journals...
I cut a road to the prairey 2490 yards East Comminc the Cabins one Indian Came with meat, 2 Pass to dy hunters illed Some grouse Snow
Ruffed grouse, Bonasa umbellus
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