WINTER ON THE PLAINS: LEWIS AND CLARK AMONG THE MANDANS
This chapter recounts the experiences of Lewis and Clark wintering with Hidatsa and Mandans. Topics covered include the Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Indians as traders; Mandan and Hidatsa villages, the prairie dog, and the black-footed ferret; and Lewis and Clark surviving a cold winter.
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