Course from the Perogue & Distances &c286
80 poles of 4 feet fall one of 3 feet fall above the Creek the

Creek is 55 yards wide at its mouth.

270
48
the 1st rivein

180
194
Course of the Creek

112
400
poles

80
2d holl. at 2 poles

(To the river)
700
wide confined in Clifts, passed a Deep revein at 420 and one

near its mouth of deep bluff banks at 644 poles— at

the mouth of this last revein a rapid of 3 feet up the river

340
souri

an inch a cascade for 200 yards above which has a fall of

about 18 feet below 93 yds. a rapid of 6 feet fall

90
80
80
520
mile of 4½ feet

178
2 feet Dist.

970
near its mouth at which a rapid of 5 feet fall, & 10 feet

102
47 feet 8 Inches, a
Small rock attached to a bench of 5 feet fall on the Stard

Side at this fall Re: th 479 yards wide river as far Can be

Seen down 1½ miles N. 40° E. Passed a desent of 7f the

135
feet pitch

58
156
up and throws out an emense Current & quantity of water

decline 3 feet.

124
river dest. 4 feet
240
last rappid to this place must be 8 feet

88
80
one Pitch of 5 feet to the head of the rapid is 23 feet about

26.5 〈Inches〉 in all 49 feet 5 Inches fall from the last fall of

14.9 Inc feet to this a Continued rapid & cascade of about

19 feet fall river 580 yds wide

320
130
278
120 poles. river 〈about a mile〉 1440 yds wide wide

140
78
90
160
Side this river is 137 yards wide

88
170
381
70
120
664
Deduct
490 5293

8 2¾

S 70 E 160 poles to the top of a high hill expirt near the most extreem S Esterly bend of the river.

From the top of this hill the

from the mouth of

Then S 10° E ½ a mile & a fall of 6 feet

South ¾ miles & has a fall of 18 feet

S. 81° W. 1¼ miles passed a run the fall of about 13 feet in repeeted rapids.

S. 15° W. ½ a mile repeeted rapids of about 5 feet fall.

S 75° W ¼ of a mile to a mouth of the Deep Ravein [X: 1 foot fall] from the Commincement of this Course to the Great fall is 8 feet the river is narrow Confined with high Bluffs.

286
wide at 80 poles a rapid of 4 feet, the Com-

puted decent of the water above is 4 feet to-

gether makes—

8

280
the Lard. Side of the

puted distance the water in this distance is

about 10 feet

10

160
240
400
passing a deep Small rivene in this Course

13

160
tance is about five feet river inclosed in rocks

5

80
which there is a fall of 3 feet which aded to

the probably decent of the water in that dis-

tance 2 feet makes

5

340
87 feet ¾ of an
inch. Computed decent of water in the dis-

320
130
278
poles opposit to which the river is 1400 yards wide—

140
78
90
160
which is 137 yards wide, and the

yards wide—

88
170
380
white Bear
Island.—

70
Small.—

120
Seperated from the Lard. Shore by a very narrow Chanel.

664
the 1st & 3rd Island (at our Camp) at 144 Poles, and flattery

run at 284 further river wide Still low banks.—

160
erly bend of the river— from this point the

S 85° W. for about 10 miles. the gap of the Mtn. where the

blank] miles and the Peni-

The course from the

Course & Distance from