Sacagawea was a Shoshone Indian who traveled with the Lewis and Clark expedition from 1804-1806. She was the slave wife of the expedition's French-Canadian guide, Touissaint Charbonneau; the only woman in the party, she also carried with her an infan...
Near what is now Idaho
December 22, 1812
Sacagawea is an important part of the Lewis and Clark legend in the American
public imagination. The National American Woman Suffrage Association of the ...
Sacagawea was a Shoshone woman who led the Lewis and Clark ... Sacagawea
played a very important role in the success of the expedition, not as a guide as ...
That's because the most important service that Sacagawea rendered came with
her presence: a woman with child announced to the Indians that the Corps of ...
Nov 15, 2012 ... Who? Sacagawea, also known as Sacajawea or Sakakawea, was the Native
American woman who accompanied Lewis and Clark on their ...
One of their boats capsized and Sacagawea was quick enough to rescue several
items including the important records and journals Lewis and Clark kept.
“as it is now all important with us to meet with those people as soon as possible, I
determined to proceed tomorrow with a small party to the source of the ...
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In 1800, when she was about 12 years old, Sacagawea was kidnapped by a ... of
her Shoshone heritage, Sacagawea could be important in trading for horses ...
Biography.com casts a light on Sacagawea, Shoshone interpreter, and the only ...
able to save some of its cargo, including important documents and supplies.