William Clark writes to his sister Fanny Clark O'Fallon a brief letter from Greenville, Ohio, updating her on the comings and goings of various officers and ladies, including Captain Thomas Lewis. He expresses that he wishes to hear from their sister Lucy Clark Croghan.
William Clark writes to his sister Fanny Clark O'Fallon from Greenville, Ohio, about love, romance, and social activities, the current pomp and drill of camplife, and the presence of several American Indians and their activities.
William Clark writes to his sister Fanny Clark O'Fallon from Greenville, Ohio, while a lieutenant in the U. S. Army. He reports his generous reception by the General upon his tardy return and discusses his interest in the ladies of the neighborhood, alluding to a particular lady. He also mentions Captain Thomas Lewis' interest in a particular lady. He states that a number of American Indians are there and peaceably inclined.