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orange honeysuckle

Capt. Lewis, February 7, 1806--In this neiglibourhood I observe the honeysuckle common in our country I first met with it on the waters of the Kooskooske near the Chopunnish nation, and again below the grand rappids In the Columbian Valley on tide-water.

Capt. Clark, February 7, 1806--In this neighbourhood I observe the honeysuckle common in the U States, I first met with it on the waters of the Kooskooske near the Chopunnish Nation, and again below the grand rapids in the Columbian Vally on tide water.

 
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