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The Journals of Lewis and Clarke 1804-1806

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Published: 1806
Language: English
Wordcount: 652,377 / 1761 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 54.6
LoC Categories: D, G
Downloads: 1,959
mnybks.net#: 4382
Origin: gutenberg.org
Genre: History
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stor, the Roman Catholic priest, as they yeald passive obedience to the will of their temporal master the commandant. a small garden of vegetables is the usual extent of their cultivation, and this is commonly imposed on the old men and boys; the men in the vigor of life consider the cultivation of the earth a degrading occupation, and in order to gain the necessary subsistence for themselves and families, either undertake hunting voyages on their own account, or engage themselves as hirelings to such persons as possess sufficient capital to extend their traffic to the natives of the interior parts of the country; on those voyages in either case, they are frequently absent from their families or homes the term of six twelve or eighteen months and alwas subjected to severe and incessant labour, exposed to the ferosity of the lawless savages, the vicissitudes of weather and climate, and dependant on chance or accident alone for food, raiment or relief in the event of malady. These people are principally the dec

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