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Chief Twisted Hair is the answer for Week 210 of Orofino History Trivia a special feature to celebrate the history and heritage of Clearwater Country.

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Monday: Hollow

Tuesday: Instructor

Wednesday: Native to the area

Thursday: Kept horses

Friday: Was a leader

Saturday: Sculpture stands by the Clearwater

\Chief Twisted Hair of the Nez Perce\ was one of the leaders that Lewis and Clark and the Corps of Discovery relied on to teach them how to build the canoes that would take them from what is now Orofino to the Pacific Ocean. He also kept their horses while they traveled to the Pacific. He memorialized with a sculpture on the bank of the Clearwater River at Lewis Clark Crossing.

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