This is the timeline of the Lewis and Clark Expedition through the American West
(1803–1806). .... Lewis aided in the delivery of Sacagawea's baby, used rattle of
rattlesnake to aid delive...
c.1800 – In a confrontation between the Hidatsas and Sacagawea's tribe, the
Shoshones, Sacagawea and other young women were kidnapped. The Hidatsas
Sacajawea Timeline Timeline Description: Playing a vital role as the only woman
travelling with Lewis and Clark, Sacajawea was a guide, interpreter, and ...
Sacajawea Timeline. November 4, 1804: Sacajawea and her husband join the
Lewis and Clark Expedition. February 11, 1805: Sacajawea gave birth to her son,
January 1805. The Corps attends a Mandan buffalo dance, performed to call
buffalo to the area. February 11, 1805. Sacagawea's son, Jean Baptiste ...
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Sacagawea gives birth to a baby boy, Jean Baptiste. Lewis assists in speeding
the delivery by giving her a potion made by crushing the rings of a rattlesnake's ...
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LEWIS & CLARK. TIMELINE. 1805. FEBRUARY 11, 1805. Sacagawea,
Charbonneau's Indian wife, gives birth to a son, Jean Baptiste, at Fort Mandan.
The child ...