The Journals of the Lewis & Clark Expedition - Vol. 11

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Index
Abies grandis, 286n. See also Fir, grand
Acer negundo, 182n. See also Boxelder
Achillea millefolium, 189n. See also Yarrow, western
Acipenser medirostris, 396n
Acipenser transmontanus, 425n
Acorns, 362
Air gun, 65-66, 192, 259
Aldrich Point, 433n
Allium brevistylum, 238n
Almota Creek, 349n
Alum, 59
Amahami site, 134n
Amelanchier alnifolia, 242n. See also Serviceberry
Amphicarpa bracteata, 92n. See also Peanut, hog
Anchor, 83, 85-86, 88-90
Antelope. See Pronghorn
Antelope Creek (Gallatin County, Mont.), 249n
Antelope Creek (McCone County, Mont.), 145n
Antelope Creek (Phillips County, Mont.), 167-68, 169n
Antelope Creek ( S.Dak.), 82n, 83, 84n
Antilocapra americana, 75n. See also Pronghorn
Apios americana, 89n. See also Potato, Indian
Aplodontia rufa, 405n
Apple (Shepherd's) Creek, 102, 103n
Apples, 113
Aquila chrysaetos, 252n. See also Eagle, golden
Arborvitae. See Redcedar, western
Arikara (Rickaree) Indians: villages, 91, 92n, 96-99, 97n, 172; artifacts, 96; lodges, 96, 98, 105; encountered, 97, 99-100; councils, 98; relations with expedition, 100; chiefs, 100n; hunting, 101; language, 103n, 126n; customs, 106; war, 108-9, 110n; establish peace, 131; visits, 132; mentioned, 92, 126
Armells (South Mountain) Creek, 166-67, 167n
Arms and ammunition: examined, 12; repaired, 56, 193-94; balls, bullets, and shot, 72-73, 178n, 215- 16; Indian, 89-90, 439; powder horn, 165-66, 215-16, 257-58; shot pouch, 165-66, 215-16, 257-58, 352-53; lead, 192-93, 212; powder, 192-93, 212, 257-58, 322-23, 341-42, 352-53; and Indians, 280, 282, 285; as trade item, 291; cached. 339; powder flask, 381; mentioned, 113-15. See also specific weapons; Guns; Muskets; Rifles
Arrow Creek ( Slaughter River), 177-78, 179n
Arrow Prairie, 21
Arrow Rock Island, 21n
Arrows. See Bows and arrows
Artemisia tridentata, 154n
Artichokes, 196
Ash, 361-62, 435
Ashley Island, 97, 97n
Assiniboine (Osnaboin) Indians, 119, 120n
Assiniboine River, 111n
Astacus sp., 326n
Astronomical observations, 4, 17, 31-32, 37-40, 44, 51, 184-85, 245-46, 959, 277-79, 310, 349-50, 358-59, 367-68, 431
Atlantic Ocean, 6n
Augers, 193-94
Auxvasse (Big Muddy) River, 16-17, 17n
Awaxawi Hidatsa Indians, 105- 6, 105n, 108-9
Awls, 113
Awning, 156-57
Axes, 99, 212, 228, 334, 403
Bachelor (Green Bryor) Island, 387, 388n, 436n
Badger, 47-48, 48n, 96-97, 121, 301-2
Badger Creek, 102n
Bad (Teton) River, 83, 84n, 172
Baggage: portaged, 199, 201, 203-4, 206-16, 273, 275- 77, 282-83, 287, 292, 355 365-66, 370, 379-81; cached, 202, 217, 278-81, 334; wet, 211, 352-53, 393; unloaded, 217, 286, 340-41; loaded, 222-24, 227, 259, 278, 291, 302-3, 313, 340-41; dried, 244- 45, 277, 352-54, 394, 398, 400, 411; guarded, 289-90; Indian, 334; mentioned, 368, 391, 402, 421-22
Baker (Haley's) Bay, 393, 394n, 397n
Balaenoptera musculus, 412n. See also Whale, blue

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The Journals of the Lewis & Clark Expedition - Vol. 11
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Editorial Procedures ix
  • Introduction to Volume 11 xi
  • Chapter Fifty-Five - Up the Missouri 1
  • Chapter Fifty-Six - Winter at the Knife River 85
  • Chapter Fifty-Seven - Great Falls of the Missouri 132
  • Chapter Fifty-Eight - Across the Rockies 227
  • Chapter Fifty-Nine - Winter on the Coast 348
  • Sources Cited 441
  • Index 443
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