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On this day in Lewis & Clark history...

At the Wood River, the men finish the roofs of their huts. Drouillard brings in deer and turkeys, and Shields is sent to St. Louis to buy butter. Two French pirogues pass up the Mississippi and an American pirogue passes down.

From the journals...

men Continue to put up & Cover the necessary huts, finish Covering our huts this evening—

William Clark

Camp Dubois

Cabin roof at Camp Dubois

This photo is provided as a service by the U.S. Army Center of Military History.