September 29, 1805
William Clark

Drewyer killed 2 deer Collins 1 der men Conte Sickly at work all able to work.

September 29, 1805
William Clark

a Cool morning wind from the S. W. men Sick as usial, all The men that are able to at work, at the Canoes Drewyer killed 2 Deer Colter killed 1 Deer, the after part of this day worm Cap Lewis very Sick, and most of the men complaning very much of ther bowels & Stomach

September 29, 1805
John Ordway

a fair morning.  2 men went out a hunting.[George Drouillard & John Colter]   all hands employed at the canoes as usal.  the Indians caught and Sold us Several Sammon, &C--

September 29, 1805
Patrick Gass

A fine morning; all our hunters went out, and all the men able to work, were employed at the Canoes. At noon two of our hunters came in with 3 deer; a very welcome sight to the most of us. Five or six of the men continue unwell.

September 29, 1805
Joseph Whitehouse

a fair morning.  all hands who where able to work are employed at the Canoes.   only two who went out to hunt.  about noon the hunters [George Drouillard killed two, Collins or John Colter one, reports Clark.] Came to Camp with three Deer, which they had killed.  the natives caught a nomber of Sammon which they Sold to us.

September 29, 1805
Joseph Whitehouse

a pleasant Morning, all our Men that were able to work, were employed at making the Canoes, Two of our hunters were sent out hunting, About noon the hunters returned to our Camp, with 3 Deer which they had killed.  The Natives also brought to us, a number of Salmon, which we purchased of them for some trifling Articles.--