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Eat No.11 Astoria, Oregon

When Lewis and Clark went in search of a water route to the Pacific Northwest, maintaining a regular supply of food was a major concern. One solution reportedly employed was a 93 lb. soup concoction, boiled until gelatinous, and then left to dry until hard. Hardly a meal to look forward …

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Stay No.17 Night Watch at the Great Columbia River

Their momentous journey at an end, Louis and Clark finally reached the mouth of the mighty Columbia river, catching sight of the Pacific in mid-November 1805. Having achieved their goal the expedition’s thoughts turned quickly to making the return journey home. The men …

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No.82 Finding Japan in Seattle

Occasionally, when things in the world go awry, fear and some of mankind’s less attractive instincts come to the fore, manifesting in blanket actions intended to protect one group of people from another. But subdividing a population based on a category as general and broad as ethnicity has …

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