with heat (in “59”)
said to be so hot could not camp on it
waterspout 3 women 4 chil [children] killed & horses
clds [clouds] like flock sheep pass over lake twisted like rope
Mono began to die in 62 began 58, discovered Corde Norste discovered
[mins] [Minarets] still here
Hieroglyphics on stage road lol [between] Benton fish slough 3 ms [miles]
Lava for several hund [hundred] feet—on wall & on loose fallen blocks large characters other localities also
Pah Utes wish to know their meaning & ask if they are White mans speak
Big Medicine Man come & kill of [off] Whites for Whites now are pretty scarce.
The earthquake consider [considered] as signs of coming of
Original journal dimensions: 8 x 12 cm.
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