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Who is Sacagawea?

Sacagawea was the 15 year old Shoshone Indian who assisted the Lewis and Clark expedition around 1804-1806. She, along with her husband , were their guides from the Great Pl (MORE)

How did Sacagawea die?

Sacagawea (often spelled Sacajawea) was recorded as having diedof a fever at the age of 24 or 25, on December 20, 1812, leavingbehind her infant son Jean. (born 1810). . Unfo (MORE)

Who was sacagawea and what did she do?

Sacajawea (or Sacagawea) was born c. 1788. in an Agaidiku tribe of the Lemhi Shoshone in Idaho. In 1800, when she was about twelve, she and several other girls were kidnapped (MORE)

How is Sacagawea honored?

There are at least 23 statues that honor the Native American guideof the Lewis and Clark expedition. She was only 24 years old whenshe died in 1812.

Who was sacagawea married to?

Sacagawea was married to Toussaint Charonneau. Sacagawea gave birth to a son called Jean Baptiste Charonneau, after expediton, she gave birth to another child(daughter) named (MORE)

Where was Sacagawea from?

-Sacagawea was born into an Agaidiku ("Salmon Eater") tribe of Lemhi Shoshone between Kenney Creek and Agency Creek about twenty minutes away from Hayden and Bear Trail Creeks (MORE)

Who were Sacagawea?

a shoshone Indian who was stoolen from her tribe and went on an expedition with Lewis and clark