|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Series:||Cambridge Library Collection - North American History Series|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 1.10(d)|
Table of Contents
24. A general description of the beasts, birds, and plants, &c. found by the party in this expedition; 25. Difficulty of procuring means of subsistence for the party; 26. Description of Wappatoo Island, and the mode in which the nations gather wappatoo; 27. Captain Clarke procures four horses for the transportation of the baggage; 28. The party still pursue their route towards the Kooskooskee on horseback, with Wollawollah guides; 29. The party encamp amongst the Chopunnish; 30. The party mingle in the diversions of the Willetpos Indians, a tribe hitherto unnoticed; 31. The party proceed on their journey with their Indian guides, and at length agree to divide, to take several routes, and to meet again at the mouth of the Yellowstone River; 32. Captain Lewis and his party still proceed on the route mentioned in the last chapter, and arrive at the forks of Maria's River; 33. The party commanded by Captain Clarke, previous to his being joined by Captain Lewis, proceed along Clarke's River, in pursuance of the route mentioned in a preceding chapter; 34. Captain Clarke proceeds with his party down the river; 35. The party, while descending the river in their skin canoes, are overtaken by the detachment under Captain Lewis, and the whole party, now once more happily united, descend the Missouri together; 36. The party return in safety to St. Louis.