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19. Lolo Hot Springs

Lolo Hot Springs: The expedition stopped at Lolo Hot Springs on both legs of the journey. Local tribes had used the site for centuries and it was also a valuable source of water for wildlife as Clark observed on September 13, 1805: "These seem to be much frequented, as there are several paths made by elk, deer, and other animals, near one of the springs a hole or Indian bath.

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