Who Was Sacagawea?

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Who Was Sacagawea, and How Did She Evolve as A Person? ... Sacagawea would then live with Toussaint at his Mandan Village home. ... They used Sacagawea to talk to them because they knew she knew their language. ... The later fate of Sacagawea is uncertain. ... "Sacagawea came back to St. ...



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Sacagawea was an important member of the Shoshone tribe. ... In the wintertime, they stayed at Fort Mandan in which at this time, Sacagawea was pregnant. After winter, Sacagawea had given birth to her baby, Jean Baptiste. ... He had to bring Sacagawea and the new baby along too. ... How Sacagawea died is not very certain. ...


York's Journal

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Lewis met Charbonneau, his wife"s name is Sacagawea. ... February 5, 1805 At Fort Mandan, Sacagawea gave birth to a son this morning. ... July 15, 1805 - Our spirits brightened when Sacagawea began recognizing the country and assured Clark that her people were not far ahead. ... Sacagawea was excited to be in her ...


lewis and clark

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As winter broke the expedition had picked up two key editions, Toussaint Charbonneau and Sacagawea, to help guide the explorers through the country never before traversed by white men. (638) As Lewis & Clark reached the navigable limits of the Missouri on August 17, they made their first contact with the Lemhi Shoshone. The Chief C...


Lewis and Clark Expedition

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A french man by the name of Toussaint Charbonneu and his Shoshoni wife, Sacagawea joined them on their journey. ... Now they were on foot and they ran into some Shoshoni Indians, who happened to be led by Sacagawea brother Cameahwait. ...


Lewis and Clark

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During the winter, a French-Canadian trader named Toussaint Charbonneau and his wife Sacagawea, a Shoshone Indian, became members of the expedition. Sacagawea became very helpful on the expedition as an interpreter. ... Fortunately, during mid-August, they met a group of Shoshone Indians whose Chief was Sacagawea"s brother. ...


Lewis And Clark

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They communicated with the Indians through sign language because they didn"t have a translator until Sacagawea joined the expedition. ...


Lewis and Clark

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Sacagawea who followed her husband on the mission was valuable to Lewis and Clark. She spoke the same language as the Shoshoni and was able to conduct trade with them. "œ When not using sign language, Sacagawea spoke Minitari with Charbonneau ( her husband), who rendered it in French to be translated into English by George Drouill...


Lewis and Clark

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The Lewis and Clark expedition, one of the most remarkable journeys ever in the nation"s history, took place about 200 years ago. At that time, much of the country had not yet been explored; much of the territory was west of the Missouri River. On March 4, 1801, Jefferson took the presidential oath of office. ...


Thomas Jefferson

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Their band of forty-five included soldiers, French watermen, tough Kentuckians, Clark"s slave York, and Sacagawea, the Indian woman who served as ...


The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn vs. One Flew Over the Cuc

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Twain seems to almost capture the same sense of uncharted adventure that must have been felt by Lewis and Clark while they were led through this American wilderness by Sacagawea. ...