The Journals of the Lewis & Clark Expedition - Vol. 6

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FIGURES
Map of Expedition's Route, November 2, 1805-March 22, 1806, 6
1. Mouth of the Columbia River, Washington and Oregon, ca. November 16-25, 1805, 52
2. Flounder (starry flounder, Platichthys stellatus), November 18, 1805, 63
3. Area about Cape Disappointment, ca. November 18, 1805, 64
4. Fort Clatsop Environs, December 7, 1805-March 23, 1806, 80
5. Point Adams, Oregon, ca. December 1, 1805, 102
6. Plan of Fort Clatsop Drawn over Area of Youngs Bay, ca. December 7, 1805, 110
7. Plan of Fort Clatsop, ca. December 7, 1805, 111
8. Location of Fort Clatsop, ca. December 17, 1805, 128
9. Necanicum River, Oregon, ca. December 17, 1805, 129
10. Conic Hat, December 29, 1805 , 141
11. Conic Hat, December 29, 1805 , 143
12. Two Swords, a Bludgeon, and a Paddle, January 1, 1806, 152
13. Route to the Whale Site, ca. January 6- 10, 1806, 170
14. Skate (big skate, Raja binoculata), January 7, 1806, 176
15. Arrow, January 15, 1806 , 207
16. Arrow, January 15, 1806 , 209
17. Bone Fishhook and Line, January 16, 1806, 212
18. Bone Fishhook and Line, January 16, 1806, 213
19. Digging Instrument, January 23, 1806, 232
20. Digging Instrument, January 24, 1806, 234
21. Conic Hat and Double-edged Knife, January 29, 1806, 247
22. Conic Hat and Double-edged Knife, January 30, 1806, 250
23. Method of Head-flattening and Adults with Skull Deformation, ca. January 30, 1806, 252
24. Paddle, Small Canoe, Canoe with High Bow, and Most Common Canoe, February 1, 1806, 264
25. Canoe with Carved Images, February 1, 1806, 266
26. Paddle, Small Canoe, and Sharp- pointed Paddle, February 1, 1806, 268
27. Another Small Canoe, Canoe with High Bow, and Most Common Canoe, February 1, 1806, 269
28. Canoe with Carved Images, February 1, 1806, 271
29. Stalk and Leaves of the Shallon (salal, Gaultheria shallon), February 8, 1806, 289
30. Fir Leaf (Douglas fir, Pseudotsuga taxifolia), February 9, 1806, 291
31. Fir Cone (Sitka spruce, Pìcea sitchensis), February 9, 1806, 292
32. Maple Leaf (vine maple, Acer circinatum), February 10, 1806, 294
33. Maple Leaf (vine maple, Acer circinatum), February 10, 1806, 296
34. Evergreen Shrub Leaf (Oregon grape, Berberis aquifolium), February 12, 1806, 300
35. Evergreen Shrub Leaf (dull Oregon grape, Berberis nervosa), February 12, 1806, 301
36. Fern Leaf (Christmas fern, Polystichum munitum), February 13, 1806, 304
37. Fern Leaf Christmas fern, Polystichum munitum), February 13, 1806, 306
38. Head of a Vulture (California condor, Gymnogyps californianus), February 16, 1806, 320

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