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On this day in Lewis & Clark history...

The day is cold and rainy as the new recruits start their hut at Wood River. At the end of the day, all the men are tired from carrying logs. One of the Indians forced to surrender lands in the Treaty of Fort Greenville visits.

From the journals...

Several Deleaways pass, a chief whome I saw at Greenville Treaty, I gave him a bottle of whiskey

William Clark

Bód-a-sin, Chief of the Tribe

Historical painting of a Delaware Indian

Painting by George Catlin circa 1832.