The trail of the Loup; being a history of the Loup River region . ssouri) with such rapidity that we could not trust ourselves to go nearit. The waters of this river are so muddy that we could not drink it. Itso discolors the Mississippi as to make the navigation of it dangerous.This river comes from the northwest and on its banks arc situated a num-ber of Indian villages. Ill a most interesting chart of the expedition, now in the archives atMontreal, Marquette locates, in what is now Kansas and Nebraska, thefollowing Indian villages: The Ouemessouriet (Missouri), the Kenza(Kansas), the Ouchag
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