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Sand Bar
 
Sand Bar, November 20, 1803, Eastern Journal

 
Island
 
Island, November 20, 1803, Eastern Journal

 
Island
 
Island, November 21, 1803, Eastern Journal

 
Manitou
 
Manitou on a Rock, June 5, 1804, Codex A, p. 34

 
Mississippi River
 
Mississippi River and Tributaries in Present Minnesota, undated (winter 1804–5), Codex C, p. 155

 
"Convolvalist" leaf
 
Large "convolvalist" leaf (Convolvulus sepium L.,
hedge bindweed), July 17, 1804, Codex R, p. 37

 
War Hatchet
 
War Hatchet, January 28, 1805, Codex C, p. 158

 
Battle Ax
 
Battle Ax, February 5, 1805, Codex C, p. 165

 
Falls and Portage
 
Falls and Portage of the Missouri River, ca. July 4, 1805, Codex E, pp. 132–33

 
Smoking-pipe
 
Shoshone Smoking-pipe, August 13, 1805, Codex F, p. 99

 
Fish Weir
 
Shoshone Fish Weir, August 21, 1805, Codex F, p. 147

 
Great Falls
 
Great (Celilo) Falls of the Columbia River, Washington
and Oregon, October 22–23, 1805, Codex H, p.1

 
The Dalles
 
Long and Short Narrows (The Dalles)
of the Columbia River, Washington and Oregon,
October 22–28, 1805, Codex H, pp. 2–3

 
Hut Door
 
Shape of a Hut Door, October 24, 1805, Codex H, p. 63

 
Cascades
 
Great Rapids (Cascades) of the Columbia River, Washington
and Oregon, October 30–November 2, 1805, Codex H, p. 4

 
Mouth of the Columbia
 
Mouth of the Columbia River, Washington and Oregon,
ca. November 16–25, 1805, Codex I, p. 152

 
Point Adams
 
Point Adams, Oregon,
ca. December 1, 1805, Codex Ia, p.7

 
Conic Hat
 
Conic Hat, December 29, 1805, Codex I, p. 80

 
Tongue Point
 
Tongue Point,
Oregon, Winter 1805–6, Codex I, p. 11

 
Two Swords
 
Two Swords, a Bludgeon, and a Paddle,
January 1, 1806, Codex J, p. 1

 
Whale Site
 
Route to the Whale Site,
ca. January 6–10, 1806, Clark's First Draft

 
Skate
 
Skate (big skate, Raja binoculata),
January 7, 1806, Clark's First Draft

 
Arrow
 
Arrow, January 15, 1806, Codex I, p. 119

 
Bone Fishhook
 
Bone Fishhook and Line,
January 16, 1806, Codex J, p. 28

 
Digging Instrument
 
Digging Instrument,
January 23, 1806, Codex I, p. 135

 
Digging Instrument
 
Digging Instrument,
January 24, 1806, Codex J, p. 40

 
Conic Hat
 
Conic Hat and Double-edged Knife,
January 29, 1806, Codex I, p. 144

 
Paddle, Canoes
 
Paddle, Small Canoe, Canoe with High Bow,
and Most Common Canoe, February 1, 1806, Codex J, p. 52

 
Canoe with Images
 
Canoe with Carved Images,
February 1, 1806, Codex J, p. 53

 
Fir Leaf
 
Fir Leaf (Douglas fir, Pseudotsuga taxifolia),
February 9, 1806, Codex J, p. 65

 
Maple Leaf
 
Maple Leaf (vine maple, Acer circinatum),
February 10, 1806, Codex J, p. 66

 
Fern Leaf
 
Fern Leaf (Christmas fern, Polystichum munitum),
February 13, 1806, Codex J, p. 71

 
California condor
 
Head of a Vulture (California condor, Gymnogyps califorianus),
February 17, 1806, Codex J, p. 80

 
Pine Cone
 
Pine Cone (Sitka spruce, Picea sitchensis),
February 18, 1806, Codex J, p. 83

 
Eulachon
 
Eulachon (Thaleichthys pacificus),
February 24, 1806, Codex J, pp. 93

 
Cock of the Plains
 
Head of Cock of the Plains
(sage grouse, Centrocercus urophasianus),
March 2, 1806, Codex J, p. 107

 
White Gull
 
Head of a White Gull
(northern fulmar, Fulmarus glacialis),
March 7, 1806, Codex J, p. 115

 
Brant Head
 
Head of a Brant
(greater white-fronted goose, Anser albifrons),
March 15, 1806, Codex J, p. 131

 
White Salmon Trout
 
White Salmon Trout
(coho salmon, Oncorhynchus kisutch),
March 16, 1806, Codex J, p. 133

 
Iron Scimitar
 
Iron Scimitar, March 29, 1806, Codex K, p. 14

 
Confluence
 
Confluence of Willamette and Columbia Rivers and Environs,
April 3, 1806, Codex K, pp. 28–29

 
Canoe
 
Two Views of a Canoe, April 6, 1806, Codex K, p. 33

 
Bone Fishhook
 
Bone Fishhook, April 26, 1806, Codex K, p. 83

 
Fish Net
 
Fish Net, May 18, 1806, Codex K, p. 139

 
Snake and Missouri
 
Snake and Missouri Rivers and their Connections, May 29–31, 1806, Codex M,
pp. 1–2

 
Lewis's Route
 
Lewis's Route from Traveler's Rest to the Missouri River,
ca. July 3–11, 1806, Codex N, pp. 149–50

 

Note: These images are courtesy of the Missouri Historical Society library. Permission to reproduce is required.




 
Area about Fort Mandan and North to the
Assinboine River, undated (winter 1804–05),
Voorhis Collection, Missouri Historical Society

 

 
Aspect of the Missouri River, April 28, 1805, Voorhis no. 1

 

 
Ibex (bighorn sheep, Ovis canadensis), May 25, 1805, Voorhis no. 1

 

 
Falls and Portage of the Missouri River, ca. July 2, 1805, Voorhis no. 1

 

 
Great Falls of the Missouri River, ca. July 3, 1805, Voorhis no. 1

 

 
"Handsome Falls" (present Rainbow Falls) of the Missouri River,
ca. July 3, 1805, Voorhis no. 1

 

 
"Upper Falls" (present Black Eagle Falls) of the Missouri River,
ca. July 3, 1805, Voorhis no. 1

 

 
Route from Traveler's Rest toward Lolo Trail, Montana,
September 11–12, 1805, Elkskin-bound Journal

 

 
On the Lolo Trail, Idaho, September 13–16, 1805,
Elkskin-bound Journal

 

 
On the Lolo Trail, Idaho, September 16–18, 1805,
Elkskin-bound Journal

 

 
On the Lolo Trail, Idaho, September 18–20, 1805,
Elkskin-bound Journal

 

 
On the Lolo Trail to Canoe camp at the Junction
of the North Fork Clearwater and Clearwater Rivers, Idaho,
September 20–October 7, 1805, Elkskin-bound Journal

 

 
Confluence of the Clearwater and Snake Rivers,
Idaho-Washington Border, ca. October 10, 1805,
elkskin-bound Juornal

 

 
Columbia River and Affluents, Washington,
ca. October 13, 1805, Elkskin-bound Journal

 

 
Indian Locales on Columbia River and Affluents,
ca. October 14, 1805, Elkskin-bound Journal

 

 
Indian Groups of the Columbia River Basin,
ca. October 15, 1805, Elkskin-bound Journal

 

 
Indian Groups on Columbia River and Affluents,
ca. October 18, 1805, Elkskin-bound Journal

 

 
Columbia River near Mouth of Walla Walla River, Washington,
October 16–18, 1805, Elkskin-bound Journal

 

 
Confluence of Snake and Columbia Rivers, Washington,
ca. October 18, 1805, Voorhis No. 4

 

 
Columbia River near Mouth of Umatilla River
(not shown), Washington and Oregon, ca. October 19, 1805,
Elkskin-bound Journal

 

 
Columbia River, Area between Mouths of Umatilla
and John Day Rivers (not shown), Washington and Oregon,
ca. October 20, 1805, Elkskin-bound Journal

 

 
Columbia River near Mouth of John Day River, Washington
and Oregon, ca. October 20, 1805, Elkskin-bound Journal

 

 
Columbia River near Mouth Deschutes River, Washington
and Oregon, ca. October 21, 1805, Elkskin-bound Journal

 

 
Great (Celilo) Falls of the Columbia River, Washington
and Oregon, October 22–23, 1805, Voorhis No. 4

 

 
Long and Short Narrows (The Dalles)
of the Columbia River, Washington and Oregon,
October 22–28, 1805, Voorhis No. 4

 

 
Shape of a Hut Door, November 1, 1805, Elkskin-bound Journal

 

 
Great Rapids (Cascades) of the Columbia River, Washington
and Oregon, October 30–November 2, 1805, Voohis No. 4

 

 
Flounder (starry flounder, Platichthys stellatus),
November 18, 1805, Elkskin-bound Journal

 

 
Area about Cape Disappointment,
ca. November 18, 1805, Elkskin-bound Journal

 

 
Plan of Fort Clatsop Drawn over Area of Youngs Bay,
ca. December 7, 1805, Elkskin-bound Journal

 

 
Plan of Fort Clatsop, ca. December 7, 1805,
Elkskin-bound Journal

 

 
Conic Hat, December 29, 1805,
Elkskin-bound Journal

 

 
Method of Head-flattening and
Adults with Skull Deformation,
ca. January 30, 1806, Voorhis No. 2

 

 
Paddle, Small Canoe, and Sharp-pointed Paddle,
February 1, 1806, Voorhis No. 2

 

 
Another Small Canoe, Canoe with High Bow, and
Most Common Canoe, February 1, 1806, Voorhis No. 2

 

 
Canoe with Carved Images,
February 1, 1806 No. 2

 

 
Stalk and Leaves of the Shallon (salal, Gaultheria shallon),
February 8, 1806, Voorhis No. 2

 

 
Fir Cone (Sitka spruce, Picea sitchensis),
February 9, 1806, Voorhis No. 2

 

 
Maple Leaf (vine maple, Acer Circinatum),
February 10, 1806, Voorhis No. 2

 

 
Evergreen Shrub Leaf (Oregon grape, Berberis aquifolium),
February 12, 1806, Voorhis No. 2

 

 
Evergreen Shrub Leaf (dull Oregon grape, Berberis nervosa),
February 12, 1806, Voorhis No. 2

 

 
Evergreen Shrub Leaf (dull Oregon grape, Fern Leaf (Christmas fern, Polystichum munitum),
February 13, 1806, Voorhis No. 2

 

 
Head of a Vulture (California condor, Gymnogyps californianus),
February, 16, 1806, Voorhis No. 2.

 

 
Eulachon (Thaleichthys pacificus),
February 25, 1806, Voorhis No. 2

 

 
Cock of the Plains
(sage grouse, Centrocercus urophasianus),
March 2, 1806, Voorhis No. 2

 

 
Head of a White Gull
(northern fulmar, Fulmarus glacialis),
March 6, 1806, Voorhis No. 2

 

 
Head of a Brant
(greater white-fronted goose, Anser albifrons),
March 15, 1806, Voorhis No. 2

 

 
White Salmon Trout
(coho salmon, Oncorhynchus kisutch),
March 16, 1806, Voorhis No. 2

 

 
Iron Scimitar, March 30, 1806, Voorhis No. 2

 

 
Plan of Chinookan House, April 3, 1806, Voorhis No. 2

 

 
Confluence of Willamette and Columbian Rivers and Environs, April 3, 1806,
Voorhis No. 2

 

 
Confluence of Willamette and Columbian Rivers and Environs, April 3, 1806,
Voorhis No. 2

 

 
Columbian, Missouri, and Yellowstone Rivers and their Connections, ca. April 4, 1806,
Voorhis No. 3

 

 
Game Bone, April 18, 1806, First Draft Voorhis Fragment

 

 
Confluence of Snake and Columbia Rivers and Environs, ca. April 1820, 1806,
Voorhis No. 3

 

 
Bone Fishhook, April 26, 1806, Voorhis No. 3

 

 
Fish Weir, April 29, 1806, Voorhis No. 3

 

 
Fish Net, May 11, 1806, Voorhis No. 3

 

 
Yellowstone River, Sweetgrass-Stillwater Counties, Montana,
July 17–18, 1806, Vorhis First Draft

 

 
Islands on the Yellowstone River, Stillwater County, Montana,
July 18, 1806, Voorhis First Draft

 

Note: These images are courtesy of the Beinecke Library, Yale University. Permission to reproduce is required.



Ohio, Mississippi Rivers
 
Confluence of Ohio and Mississippi Rivers,
ca. November 15, 1803, Field Notes, document 3

 
Camp Dubois
 
Plan of Camp Dubois, ca. December 29, 1803,
Field Notes, reverse of document 1

 

 
Confluence of Missouri and Mississippi Rivers,
ca. January 3, 1804, Field Notes, reverse of document 4

 

 
Sketches of the Keelboat, ca. January 21, 1804,
Field Notes, reverse of document 7

 

 
Sketch of the White Pirogue, ca. April 12, 1804,
Field Notes, reverse of document 10

 

 
Missouri River near Mouth of Osage River and East,
ca. June 1, 1804, Field Notes, reverse of document 17

 

 
Missouri River near Mouth of Osage River and East,
ca. June 1, 1804, Field Notes, reverse of document 17

 
Manitou
 
Manitou on a Rock, June 5, 1804, Codex A, p. 34

 

 
Manitou, Buffalo, and Indian on a Rock,
June 7, 1804, Field Notes, reverse of document 19

 

 
Missouri River near Mouth of Osage River and West,
ca. June 13, 1804, Field Notes, reverse of document 18

 

 
Missouri River near Mouth of Grand River to Beyond Mouth
of Kansas Rier, ca. July 1, 1804, Field Notes, document 10

 

 
Profile of a Boy, August 12, 1804, Field Notes, document 42

 

 
Sketch of a Horse, August 19, 1804, Field notes, document 43

 

 
Bon Homme Island on the Missouri River,
ca. September 2, 1804, Field Notes, document 51

 

 
Missouri River near present Fort Randall Dam, South Dakota,
ca. September 9, 1804, Field Notes, reverse of document 53

 

 
Big Bend of the Missouri River, ca. September 21, 1804,
Field Notes, document 56

 

 
Country between the Missouri and Red Rivers, ca. December 17, 1804,
Field Notes, reverse of document of 66

 

 
Profile of a Man with Pipe, ca. March 29, 1805,
Field Notes, reverse of document 64

 




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