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

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Index
Abies amabilis, 284 n
Abies grandis, 28 n. See also Fir, grand
Accipiter cooperii, 378 n. See also Hawk, Cooper's
Acer circinatum, 296 n. See also Maple, vine
Acer macrophyllum, 19 n. See also Maple, bigleaf
Acipenser medirostris, 70 n. See also Sturgeon, green
Acipenser transmontanus, 346 n. See also Sturgeon, white
Acorn, 345
Actitis macularia, 383 n. See also Sandpiper, spotted
Aechmophorus occidentalis, 98 n, 391 n. See also Grebe, western
Agropyron spicatum, 368 n. See also Wheatgrass, bluebunch
Air gun, 233, 235
Alcoholic beverages. See Liquor
Alder, black. See Alder, red
Alder Creek, 276 n
Alder, Oregon, 29 n. See Alder, red
Alder, red: observed, 9, 26-27, 65, 96, 98, 103; marked on, 81; habitat of, 284 n; described, 290, 293, 293n, 297; mentioned, 29 n, 98 n, 104 n
Aldrich Point, 41 n
Algae, 426-27, 428 n
Algonquian language, 432 n
Allogona townsendiana, 405 n
Allspice, 174, 197
Almota Creek, 467
Alnus rubra, 29 n. See also Alder, red
Alsea (Neck-ê-to, Ul-se-ah) Indians, 201, 202 n, 237 n, 432 n, 476, 485, 490-91
Alsean language, 202 n, 237 n
Anas discors, 384 n. See also Teal, blue-winged
Anas platyrhynchos, 98 n. See also Mallards
Anas sp., 384 n. See also Teals
Anchovies, 344. See also Eulachon
Anomiidae, 409 n
Anser albifrons, 420 n. See also Goose, great white- fronted
Antelope. See Pronghorn
Anthus spragueii, 383 n. See also Pipit, Sprague's
Antilocapra americana, 317 n. See also Pronghorn
Aplodontia rufa, 78 n. See also Beaver, mountain
Apocynum sp., 217 n. See also Dogbane
Appaloosas, 313, 315, 317 n
Aquila chrysaetos, 94 n. See also Eagle, golden
Arborvitae. See Redcedar, western
Arbutus menziesii, 105 n. See also Madrone, Pacific
Arcostaphylos uva-ursi, 237 n. See also Bearberry
Ardea herodias, 98 n. See also Heron, great blue
Arikara (Ricare) Indians, 169, 172 n, 191, 405-6
Ariolimax columbianus, 146 n. See also Slug, Pacific woods
Ar-lo-quat, 148 n
Armells Creek. See South Mountain Creek
Arms and ammunition: powder, 15, 74, 76, 138, 187, 205-6, 208-9, 273 n; stolen, 48-49; balls and shot, 74, 76, 187, 205-6, 208-9; examined, 265, 272; repaired, 441-42; mentioned, 151, 153, 158, 456. See also specific weapons and Guns
Arrow Creek ( Slaughter River), 449, 463
Arrowhead. See Wapato
Arrows. See Bows and arrows
Arrowwood, 44, 45 n
Artiodactyla, 405 n
Arwarharmay (and similar spellings) Indians. See Hidatsa Indians
Ash, 9, 17
Ash, Oregon, 20 n, 96, 98, 98 n, 294-95, 296 n
Ash, volcanic, 14 n
Assiniboine Indians, 169, 191
Astagus sp., 398 n. See also Crayfish
Astor, John Jacob, 94 n
Astoria (Point Meriwether), 92, 94 n, 459, 471
Astoria Formation, 67 n, 179 n, 185 n
Astorians, 37 n, 61 n, 91 n, 94 n, 148 n, 333 n
Astronomical observations, 71 n, 82-83, 179, 255, 257, 259, 277, 347, 410, 417, 495
Athapascan Kwalhiokwa (Killaxt-ho-kle) Indians, 475, 486, 491
Athapascan language, 432 n
Atlantic Ocean, 397
Audubon, John James, 148 n
Aurelia sp., 425 n. See also Jellyfish
Awls, 214, 216

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