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Locality Name:
Lower Cascades
Skamania County , Washington
Washougal River and Lower Cascades of the Columbia

Species Encountered:
icon-1 Oreortyx pictus
Mountain Quail
April 7, 1806
Above mouth of Washougal river
icon-4 Ribes divaricatum Dougl.
spreading gooseberry
April 8, 1806

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Ribes divaricatum - these images are copyrighted by Dr. James L. Reveal and used with the ...  more>>

icon-4 Acer macrophyllum Pursh
bigleaf maple
April 10, 1806
At the cascades of the Columbia river, below the Wind river

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Acer macrophyllum - these images are copyrighted by Dr. James L. Reveal and used with the ...  more>>

icon-4 Fritillaria affinis (Schultes) Sealy
checker lily
April 10, 1806
Bradford (Bryant) Island, just above Beacon Rock, or below the cascades, both on the Columbia River

Two specimens of checker lily were made by Capt. Lewis, both presumably at the same location on the Columbia River. Lewis notes that "the root of this ...  more>>



Journal Entries:
Washougal River and Lower Cascades of the Columbia

 
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