els taught him to value the lifeways ofrnthe Indian nations he encountered. Hisrnjournals show him to be a thoughtfulrnrecorder of the things he saw from day tornday, not only the small details ofrnweather or the shape of a particular ridgernbut deeper matters pertaining to religiousrncustom and dailv life. His pleasantrnmemories . . .

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