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Photographer: McKenney and Hall
Caption: Portrait on The Lewis and Clark Expedition Across Missouri Marker
Additional Description: [Caption reads] Once the Lewis and Clark Expedition passed the mouth of the Kansas River, they began to encounter the abandoned village sites of the Kansa Indians, who had once lived on the Missouri River. They were living on the Kansas River and hunting on the prairies at the time the expedition passed. This portrait of Monchonsia, a Kansa chief, is from McKenney and Hall, The Indian Tribes of North America
Used with permission, State Historical Society of Missouri, Columbia
Submitted: July 16, 2011, by William Fischer, Jr. of Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Database Locator Identification Number: p162217
File Size: 0.102 Megabytes
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