From Traveler’s Rest July 3, 1806

 

Lewis

Clark

 

Lewis, Thompson, MacNeal, Goodrich, Drewyer, Field, Field, Werner, Frazier, Gass, Seaman, 17 horses. Short cut

Clark, Charbonneau, Sacagawea, Pomp, Hall, Shields, Bratton,  Labiche, York, Ordway, Collins, Colter, Cruzatte, Howard, LePage, Potts, Wieser, Whitehouse, Willard, Pryor, Shannon, Gibson, Windsor, 49 horses and 1 colt

 

Great Falls (July 13-27, 1806)

Camp Fortunate (July 8, 1806)

 

Recover caches, some damaged. Iron boat frame in good order, but what did they do with it? 10 horses stolen, but 3 recovered.

July 17 Lewis goes to survey Maria’s River

Lewis, J. Field, R. Field, Drewyer, Seaman,  6 horses

 

July 22 –25
 (Cut Bank, MT)

Camp Disappointment

Gass, Frazier, Werner, MacNeal, Goodrich, Thompson, 4 horses

Preparing for reverse portage

Same 23 people, 49 horses, 1 colt, 6 canoes.

Three Forks (July 13, 1806)

 

Ordway, Collins, Colter, Cruzatte, Howard, LePage, Potts, Wieser, Whitehouse, Willard, 6 canoes

Clark, Charbonneau, Sacagawea, Pomp, Hall, Shields, Bratton,  Labiche, York, Pryor, Shannon, Gibson, Windsor,  49 horses, 1 colt. 24 horses were stolen July 20

 

Yellowstone River  (July 21, 1806)
Clark builds catamaran near Park City, MT

Great Falls (July 19-27)

 

Gass, Frazier, Werner, MacNeal, Goodrich, Thompson. Ordway, Collins, Colter, Cruzatte, Howard, LePage, Potts, Wieser, Whitehouse, Willard. This group performs the portage, pick up White Pirogue, leave 1 canoe.  

Clark, Charbonneau, Sacagawea, Pomp, Gibson, Shields, Bratton,  Labiche, York, 1 dugout catamaran

 

Pryor, Shannon, Hall,, Windsor, 25 horses, 1 colt, bound overland to Mandans. All horses stolen. Pryor builds 2 bullboats at

Downstream Portage (completed on July 27)

Missouri R. (Aug. 3)  Clark camps in point, but bugs drive him to leave without waiting for Lewis
1 dugout catamaran

Pompy’s Tower (July 26)

Frazier, Werner, MacNeal, Goodrich, Thompson. Ordway, Collins, Colter, Cruzatte, Howard, LePage, Potts, Wieser, Whitehouse,  5 canoes, White Pirogue.

 
Gass and  Willard take the 4 horses on the north side of the Missouri to the Teton River & down to the Marias.

Pryor, Shannon, Hall, Windsor, 2 bullboats

2 Medicine R. 7/ 26-27

Fight with Blackfeet. Gain several horses

Missouri R. (8/8) Pryor’s group joins Clark

Clark, Charbonneau, Sacagawea, Pomp, Gibson, Shields, Bratton,  Labiche, York, Pryor, Shannon, Hall, Windsor,
1 dugout catamaran, 2 bullboats

Parties rejoin at Maria’s confluence with Missouri R. (July 28)

 

Lewis, J. Field, R. Field, Drewyer,  Gass, Frazier, Werner, MacNeal, Goodrich, Thompson. Ordway, Collins, Colter, Cruzatte, Howard, LePage, Potts, Wieser, Whitehouse, Willard, Recover cache at Maria’s R., but much damaged, Red Pirogue unusable, strip her of nails. Let horses go. 5 canoes,  White Pirogue

 

Missouri River downstream of Yellowstone (Aug. 12) Lewis joins Clark. All together again.

 

Lewis, J. Field, R. Field, Drewyer,  Gass, Frazier, Werner, MacNeal, Goodrich, Thompson. Ordway, Collins, Colter, Cruzatte, Howard, LePage, Potts, Wieser, Whitehouse, Willard, Clark, Charbonneau, Sacagawea, Pomp, Gibson, Shields, Bratton,  Labiche, York, Pryor, Shannon, Hall, Windsor, Bullboats abandoned. - 1 dugout catamaran,  5 canoes,  White Pirogue.

Aug. 20 (Mandan Villages) – Discharge Charbonneau Family & Colter; pick up Sheheke, et. al.;  another catamaran made from 2 of the canoes,
2 dugout catamarans,  3 canoes,  White Pirogue

Sept. 20 – one catamaran set adrift so 1 dugout catamaran, 3 canoes,  White Pirogue  to end at Saint Louis – Sept. 23, 1806