The Journals of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1806

Clark, William

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Titel: The Journals of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1806
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Buchbeschreibung RareBooksClub. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 588 pages. Dimensions: 9.6in. x 7.5in. x 1.3in.Excerpt: . . . the water is too Salt to Drink, we use rain water. The Salt water has acted on some of the party already as a Pergitive. rain continus. Clark, November 9, 1805 November 9th Saturday 1805 The tide of last night did not rise Sufficintly high to come into our camp, but the Canoes which was exposed to the mercy of the waves and c. which accompanied the returning tide, they all filled, and with great attention we Saved them untill the tide left them dry- wind Hard from the South and rained hard all the fore part of the day, at 2 oClock P M the flood tide came in accompanied with emence waves and heavy winds, floated the trees and Drift which was on the point on which we Camped and tosed them about in Such a manner as to endanger the Canoes verry much, with every exertion and the Strictest attention by every individual of the party was Scercely Sufficient to Save our Canoes from being crushed by those monsterous trees maney of them nearly 200 feet long and from 4 to 7 feet through. our camp entirely under water dureing the hight of the tide, every man as wet as water could make them all the last night and to day all day as the rain Continued all day, at 4 oClock P M the wind Shifted about to the S. W. and blew with great violence imediately from the Ocian for about two hours, notwithstanding the disagreeable Situation of our party all wet and Cold (and one which they have experienced for Several days past) they are chearfull and anxious to See further into the Ocian, The water of the river being too Salt to use we are obliged to make use of rain water- Some of the party not accustomed to Salt water has made too free a use of it on them it acts as a pergitive. at this dismal point we must Spend another night as the wind and waves are too high to proceed. Clark, November 10, 1805 November 10th Sunday 1805 rained verry hard the greater part of the last night and Continus this morning, the wind has layed and the Swells are fallen. we loaded our Canoes. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9781236704092

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