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- n. Alternative form of pirogue.
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- n. See pirogue.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of pirogue.
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Page view page image: lost perog [u] e but was unsuccessfull; while engaged in surching for the perogue Collins one of his party killed two Elk near the Netul below us. we sent Sergt.
Isd. & several Small ones, the water excessivly Strong, so much so that we Camped Sooner than the usual time to waite for the perogue, The banks are falling in verry much to day river rose last night a foot.
This evening we examined the arms and amunition found those mens arms in the perogue in bad order. a fair evening.
& Six in a perogue with 40 Days provisions for the party as far as these provisions last
Lewis and Myself with 6 men in a perogue went up this Great river Platt about 2 [one] Miles, found the Current verry rapid roleing over Sands, passing through different
For the present one man will be furnished daily to assist the crew of the white perogue; this man must be an expert boatman.
Warvington's mess forming that of the white perogue.
We sent a party again in surch of the perogue but they returned unsuccessfull as yesterday.
This accident had like to have cost us deerly; for in this perogue were embarked our papers, Instruments, books, medicine, a great proportion of our merchandize, and in short almost every article indispensibly necessary to further the views, an insure the success of the enterprize in which, we are now launched to the distance of 2,200 miles. it happened unfortunately that Capt.
W to a point of wood land on the Stard Side, at which place one perogue like to have been lost & we camped