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Do Them No Harm!: Lewis and Clark Among the Nez Perce (Lewis & Clark… (edition 1990)

by Zoa L Swayne (Author)

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In autumn 1805, a group of strangers staggered into a camp of Nez Perce Indians on the Kooskooskee River in what is now northern Idaho. The natives discussed killing the starving newcomers. Instead, they heeded an old woman who said, Do them no harm , marking the beginning of a friendship between the Nez Perce and the Lewis and Clark Expedition.… (more)
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Title:Do Them No Harm!: Lewis and Clark Among the Nez Perce (Lewis & Clark Expedition)
Authors:Zoa L Swayne (Author)
Info:Caxton Press (1990), Edition: Illustrated, 348 pages
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In autumn 1805, a group of strangers staggered into a camp of Nez Perce Indians on the Kooskooskee River in what is now northern Idaho. The natives discussed killing the starving newcomers. Instead, they heeded an old woman who said, Do them no harm , marking the beginning of a friendship between the Nez Perce and the Lewis and Clark Expedition.

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