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    group of men met a quiet native, named Sacagawea, whose impact would later have a large effect on the success of their important journey. In late October, The Corps of Discovery reached the Mandan Indian Villages in what is now known as North Dakota, where they built a fort and spent the winter. There, Lewis and Clark met a French Canadian trapper named Toussant Charbonneau, who was hired to be an interpreter. His 17 year old Shoshone Indian wife Sacagawea and child, Jean Baptiste, also went along

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    contributions that have impacted the world. Sacagawea, a young native american girl, had a rough start in life by being kidnapped and sold at a young age. During the Lewis and Clark expedition, Sacagawea acted as both their guide and translator. Lewis and Clark were saved countless times with the use of Sacagawea’s knowledge and survival skills. Sacagawea was an important women in American History because without her the Lewis and Clark expedition would have failed. Sacagawea was born in 1788 into an Agaidika

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    Sacagawea was a mother, navigator and symbol of family for all of Lewis and Clark's discover corps. She provided direction, natural plants for boiling and eating, bargained for much needed horses with her recently reunited brother and was a message for the group that hope should be kept alive. Sacagawea navigates Lewis and Clark through dangerous passages to find a northwest passage and reach "the great waters". Many things have been vague about her life, such as her childhood and death but the voyage

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    This is the life of Sacagawea Taylor Feenstra 7th English 912 words This girl at a very young age was kidnapped by the enemy of the Shoshone tribe, the Hidatsas Indians. She was then later sold to a French Canadian fur trapper named Toussaint Charbonneau. Lewis and Clark hired him as a guide on their expedition; Sacagawea came along as an interpreter for the Shoshone language. She interpreted for them when they ran into Indians. She led Americans first explorers into finding the Western region of

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    Sacagawea & The Corps of Discovery When you open up a book and read about the Lewis and Clark expedition, it is likely that you are going to read about a woman named Sacagawea. But who exactly is Sacagawea? In about 1788, Sacagawea was born in the Lemhi-River Valley in present day Idaho. For the following twelve years, she grew up as a Shoshone child. Although everyone got along with each other, every person in the community had a responsibility. Children were expected to work hard and taught

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    2014 Sacagawea was associate Indian woman. Sacagawea belonged to the Shoshones Indians. Her name suggests that, "Birdgirl." in some unspecified time in the future the Minnetaree troopers had gone to her village. They'd taken horses, women, and kids. Sacagawea was captured in addition. She been tutored many various things from the Minnetaree warriors. She even got their language tutored to her. Then they sold-out Sacagawea to a person named Toussaint Charbonneau. He needed to make Sacagawea his wife

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    There are many stories we learned about Sacagawea traveling with Captain Meriwether Lewis and William Clark. Sacagawea was friendly, noble, and helpful for navigation. Not only did she guide Lewis and Clark during the expedition, but she communicated with other native tribes. She was the main food gatherer because she knew what types of lands provided specific roots and berries to survive. Sacagawea is the reason Lewis and Clark traveled safely and healthy from Fort Mandan, to Fort Clatsop, and then

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    to help them in their journey. Sacagawea earned the respect of Lewis and Clark because she proved herself in many trials during the expedition. At the age of twelve Sacagawea was captured by a neighboring tribe and they made her a slave for that tribe. Sacagawea would then be won by her husband in a poker game, which would lead her to the meeting of Lewis and Clark. During the expedition Sacagawea would also care for her newborn child (Hoose 130-132). Sacagawea is a legendary women still to this

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    wilderness. The expedition met various Native American tribes along its journey. Naturally, the ability to communicate effectively became essential to the group’s survival. A teenage Shoshone girl named Sacagawea acted as their interpreter. Despite being the only woman to join the expedition, Sacagawea proved her worth through displays of extraordinary courage and resourcefulness. She did not receive proper acknowledgment until years after her death; however, many remember her as the unsung hero of

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    The Lewis and Clark Expedition: Sacagawea

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    “Everything I do is for my people” (Quotes From Sacagawea). This fun loving naturalist that liked to help others was way more of a hero then she appears to be. Sacagawea, or also referred to as Sacagawea with a “g” or Sacakawea with a “k”, is known for her history in the Lewis and Clark expedition.(Sacajawea) She was born in Lemhi Mountains, which is now called Idaho, in 1788. She was the daughter of the Chief of the Indian Tribe, Shoshone. When she was 12 years old in 1800, she was kidnapped

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