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"we Saw great numbers of buffalow in the plains in everry direction considerable of the plains as far as our Eyes could extend appear to be black with buffalow. Some antelopes and Deer also wolves"

- John Ordway, Great Falls, Montana, June 26, 1805

(Sergeant John Ordway was an officer
in Lewis and Clark's Corps of Discovery.)