Arose in the morning as usual at the blast of the winding horn. got up our teams & started on our way and crossed the Looking glass crick about one mile from whare we ware camped and travled about 3 miles when we seen a lone indian approaching toward us from [a] narrow skirt of timber . . . soon after several more Indians immerged from the same wood & on coming up to us seemed to extend the hand of fellowship & say how de do (Journal of Appleton Milo Harmon, typescript, 21 Apr. 1847, Family and Church History Department Archives, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints [microfilm], 4–5).