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By Tom Elpel
Contributing Writer 

Missouri River Corps of Rediscovery: Layover


October 9, 2019

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"Dignity of Earth and Sky" is a fifty-foot-tall stainless steel sculpture of an indigenous woman in Plains-style dress honoring the Lakota and Dakota people.

"This morning set out at an early hour, and come too at ½ after 7 A. M. on the Lard. Shore 1¼ miles above the mouth of a small creek which we named Corvus, in consequence of having kiled a beatiful bird of that genus near it we concluded to ly by at this place the ballance of this day and the next, in order to dry our baggage which was wet by the heavy showers of rain which had fallen within the last three days, and also to lighten the boat by transfering a part of her lading to the red perogue, which we now determined to take on with us to our winter residence wherever that...

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