This section is comprised of entries from the expedition’s Field Notes made while wintering at Camp Dubois, Illinois, on the Wood River. Apparently the captains did not regard this journal as an official document because they were not traveling and the Expedition had not actually begun; hence it is extremely sketchy and disorganized (Moulton 1986, 2: 133). Data were entered in these field notes until the day the Expedition commenced up the Missouri on May 14, 1804.
KeywordsField Note Fair Weather Peach Tree Observation Table Temp Weather
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