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July 6, 1806:  "I also met with the plant in bloom which is sometimes called Lady's Slipper or Moccosin Flower.  It is the shape and appearance as ours, only that the corolla is white, marked with small veins of pale red longitudinally on the inner side."  Capt. Meriwether Lewis
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