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Sacagawea - Wikipedia

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Sacagawea also Sakakawea or Sacajawea, was a Lemhi Shoshone woman who helped the Lewis and Clark ... Charbonneau was reported to have purchased both wives from the Hidatsa, or to have won ..... woma...

Sacagawea | HistoryNet

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Sacagawea: Assisted the Lewis and Clark Expedition ... It certainly was not the Sacagawea Expedition; she did not guide Captains Lewis and Clark all the way to the ... Her accomplishments have not been overlooked by the U.S. government .

Sacagawea - Native American History - HISTORY.com

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1788 – 1812) accompanied the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery ... Remarkably, Sacagawea did it all while caring for the son she bore just two ... and Clark recognized that as crucial: the Shoshone had horses they would need to purchase.

Lewis and Clark . Inside the Corps . The Corps . Sacagawea | PBS

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Lewis and Clark navigation ... While Sacagawea did not speak English, she spoke Shoshone and Hidatsa. ... Alleged to have been “Sacajawea,” which was interpreted to mean “boat launcher,” that woman died and was buried on the ...

Lewis and Clark Meet Sacagawea - Awesome Stories

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As the Americans passed through the tribal homelands, they did not know the ... After traveling about 1,600 miles in five months, Lewis and Clark needed to find ...

Sacagawea - Leading Lewis & Clark - Legends of America

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Sacagawea guided Lewis and Clark on their expedition ... But, in August, 1813, William Clark was known to have legally adopted Sacagawea's two children, ...

Sacagawea - Explorer - Biography.com

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Nov 4, 2015 ... Biography.com casts a light on Sacagawea, Shoshone interpreter, and the only ... Synopsis; Early Life; Lewis and Clark Expedition; Post-Expedition Life ... “[ Sacagawea's] experiences may have made her one of those people ...

Sacagawea's role and significance in the Lewis and Clark expedition

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Sacagawea was the only female among 32 male members of the Lewis and Clark ... Historians have given numerous assessments as to her role as a guide of the ... Charbonneau, who did not know how to swim, panicked instead of collecting ...

What Lewis and Clark Wrote About Sacagawea

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Dec 16, 1998 ... Did Lewis and Clark sympathize with Sacagawea's overwhelming ... If this is in fact the case, she must have felt it necessary to hide what she ...

Sacagawea - Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail (U.S. National ...

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Sacagawea, the only woman to travel with the Corps of Discovery, did this and more. ... Historians have debated the events of Sacagawea's life after the journey's end. ... I Am Sacajawea, I Am York : Our Journey West with Lewis and Clark

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Sacagawea - NebraskaStudies.Org

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Sacagawea was a Shoshone woman who accompanied the expedition from the ... Lewis and Clark accepted Charbonneau's offer to sign on as an interpreter, not ... Without those horses, who knows what would have happened to the expedition . ... Where did she belong — in a Hidatsa village, with her Shoshone relatives, ...

Lewis and Clark . Living History . Sacagawea | PBS

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Lewis and Clark navigation, Who was Sacagawea, and how did she aid the expedition? ... of who she was in history, where who her tribal people were, because we have ... When Lewis and Clark hired Toussaint Charbonneau, Sacagawea's ...

Sacagawea's importance to the expedition - Idaho Public Television

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David Borlaug: President of The Lewis and Clark Heritage Foundation ... to the Stony Mountains, and that they would need horses to cross those mountains, ... announced to the Indians that the Corps of Discovery did not constitute a war party.