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October 28,1804, Clark and his crew came to a village 50 feet above water.
Clark met the Mandan and Hidatsa Indians at the Mandan Villages, which the Indians were already familiar with white men because they had contact with French traders since 1738.
Clark and the Indians start building Fort Mandan, where Clark and his crew will be spending the winter. Building Fort Mandan took four weeks and there was already six inches of snow on the ground.
The chief and the Indians were anxious that Lewis and Clark would eat food with them.
Lewis, Clark, and a Frenchman interpreter named Jessome walked up the river to examine the situation and timber for a fort.
Clark, Lewis, and Jessome found the situation good but the timber scarce.
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