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Welcome to Chamberlain, South Dakota
Chamberlain South Dakota
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Pleasing, rich scenery greeted the Expedition after three days of rain.
 The landscape was beautiful and spectacular.
Immense herds of buffalo, deer elk and antelope grazed on the prairies.
 Steep irregular hills and deep ravines challenged the physical spirit of the
Corps while observing and hunting the game.

The strange new animals . . . jackrabbit, antelope, mule deer, black-billed magpie
 and coyote were well known by the natives and trappers,
but this was the first detailed descriptions recorded for science by Lewis and Clark.

"Plumb Camp/Camp Pleasant"
September 12-18, 1804

Lewis & Clark 1806 Timeline

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Chamberlain, South Dakota

Destination Fort Randall Area, South Dakota on the Lewis and Clark Trail
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Area  Attractions
Keelboat Visitor Center
Plumb Camp-American Island
Akta Lakota Museum
Native American Scenic Byway
Lewis & Clark Historical Sites
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Proceed on to Pierre, South Dakota  Approx. travel distance is 86 miles  

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