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a week all had arrived, the ■navigation was once more free,● and they resumed their course. Towards evenin●g they saw on th

eir right the mout■h of a great river; and the clear current was● invaded by the headlong torrent of th●e Missouri, opaque

with mud. They built their■ camp-fires in the neighboring forest;● and at daylight, embarking a■new on the dark and mighty

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stream, drifted● swiftly down towards unknown destinie●s. They passed a deserted town● of the Tamaroas; saw, three ●days after, the mouth of the Ohio;[2●32] and, gliding by the wastes of ●bordering swamp, landed on the twenty-fourth of ●February n

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ear the Third Chickasa●w Bluffs.[233] They encamped, and the hun●ters went out for game. All returned, except■ing Pierre Prudhomme; and as the othe●rs had seen fresh tracks of Indians, La Sa●lle feared that he was killed. Wh●ile some of his followe

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rs built a smal●l stockade fort on a high bluff[234] by the■ river, others [Pg 298] ranged the● woods in pursuit of the missing h●unter. After six days of ceaseless a●nd fruitless search, they met two Chick●asaw Indians in the forest; a■nd through them La Salle sent presents■ and peace-messages to that warlike● people, whose villages were a few■ days' journey distant. Sev

eral days later Pru●dhomme was found, and brough■t into the camp, half-dead. He ●had lost his way while hunting; and to cons●ole him for his woes La Salle christen●ed the newly built fort with his name, and l■eft him, with a few others, ■in charge of it. Again they embarked; and wi■th every stage of their advent●urous progress the mystery of this■ vast New World was more and more unveiled. Mor■e and more they entered the realms of sp●ring. The haz

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y sunlight, the warm and drows■y air, the tender foliage, the opening fl■owers, betokened the reviving life of Nature. F■or several days more they followed the writhing■s of th

e great river on its to■rtuous course through wastes of swamp an●d cane-brake, till on the thirteenth of March■[235] they found themselves wrapped in ●a thick fog. Neither shore was

visible; but● they heard on the right the booming of ●an Indian drum and the shrill outcri●es of the war-dance. La Salle at once cr■ossed to the opposite side, where, in less

t■han an hour, his men threw up a rude ●fort of felled trees. [Pg 299] Meanwhile the fog■ cleared; and from the farther bank th●e astonished Indians saw the strange v●isitors at their work. Some ■of

the French advanced to the edge of■ the water, and beckoned them to com

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