Lewis and Clark's Canoe Camp on the Clearwater RiverWhen the Lewis and Clark expedition stumbled out of the Bitterroot Mountains in September of 1805 they were nearly starving. They camped at this location for twelve days and built six large dugout canoes from ponderosa pine logs, then continued west down the Clearwater River.
west of Orofino on the Clearwater River, IdahoDate photographed: August 4, 2014
Heart of the MonsterNow a unit of Nez Perce National Historical Park, Heart of the Monster is a small conical hill that figures largely in the tribe's creation stories.
Kamiah, IdahoDate photographed: August 4, 2014
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