On this day in Lewis & Clark history...
Those who had hauled the meat to Fort Mandan are resting today. Those who remained at the fort work on freeing boats from the river ice.
From the journals...
22nd of February Friday 1805
a Cloudy morning, at about 12 oClock it began to rain and Continud for a fiew minits, and turned to Snow, and Continud Snowing for about one hour, and Cleared away fair
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