On this day in Lewis & Clark history...
Lewis, Clark, York, and one other are in St. Louis socializing. No journal entries for this date are known to exist.
From the journals...
[Undated entry circa April, 1804]
No man is to absent himself from Camp on any pretence whatever without permission from the Comdgn. offecer present, under the pain of punishment agreeable to the rules & articles of War for Disobedience of Orders; the guard shall Strictly attend to former Orders without the Smallest Variation
Reneacators from the Discovery Expedition of St. Charles, Missouri.