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chief, 239.  Condor, a California variety, 256.  Council Bluffs, 19.
Cowas, an edible root, 278 - Page 360
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Comowol, A Columbia River Indian Chief, 239.

Condor, a California variety, 256.

Council Bluffs, 19. Cowas, an edible root, 278. Coyote, described, 72. Crow Indians, 24.

D Dalles, the, 266. Dearborn River, 130. Divide, on the great, 148; across the, 179. Dog's flesh as an article of food, 24, 185-

E

Echeloot Indians, 210. Elk, hunting of, 251. Ermine, first seen, 49. Expedition, Lewis and Clark's, 7; Organization of, 8; route of, 10; sets sail, 14. "Experiment," failure of the boat, 124

F

Falls of the Missouri, 101; description of, 111 et seq. Flathead Indians, 211. Floyd's River, why so named, 23, Forks of the Missouri, 135. Fort Clark, 48; Clatsop, 255.

G

Gallatin's fork of the Missouri, 135. Gates of the Rocky Mountains, 132. Goose-nests in trees, 61. gray, Capt., discoverer of the Columbia, 3. Grizzly bear, first seen, 40; thrilling encounters with, 72, 76, 77, 105) 115, 315-

H

Horse-flesh eaten by the expedition, 77. Hungry Creek, 178, 303-

1

Independence Day, celebration of (1805), 123; (180(i), 327. Iowa Indians, 16. Islands, White Bear, 110.

J

Jefferson, President Thomas, 2-4; his letters to Capt. Lewis, 12; presents to, from Lewis and Clark, 55; welcome to Capt. Lewis on return, 358; name given to fork of the Missouri, 135. John Day's River, 203-

K

Klikitat River, 214, Kooskooskee River, 180.

L

Lewis, Capt., biographical notice of, 6, 7; accidentally wounded, 341; announces his return, 358; Governor of Louisiana Territory, 359; his tragical death, 360. Lewis and Clark, pursue separate routes across the Divide, 140; also on their return, 310, Lewis's River, 165.

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