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Letter from William Clark to Jonathan Clark, 5 October 1808

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Clark writes his brother Jonathan from St. Louis relating news about the fort [Fort Osage] he has built up the Missouri and a treaty he negotiated with the Osage nation. He is overwhelmed with official business. He very much wants to engage in…

Letter from William Clark to Jonathan Clark, 3 May 1804
Clark writes a letter of introduction to his brother Jonathan for Pierre [Peter] Chouteau who is leading a delegation of Osage Indians to Washington. He stresses how cooperative Chouteau has been concerning not only official matters but also…

Two accounts from the United States
One is to George Shannon for the loss of his leg during battle with the Native Americans. The other is to James Toben for a pair of millstones for the horse mill intended for the Osage Indians.