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The Shoshone Indians traded Lewis and Clark horses, and they led the expedition over the Rocky Mountains!


because lewis and clark took Sagagawea on part of their journey. when they found the shoshone tribe Sagagawea relised the ledder of the shoshone tribe was her brother. the shoshone tribe gave them anything because Sagagwea was captered by a nouther tribe and now lewis and clark took her under their wing and returned her to her original tribe. :)


The Indians helped Lewis and Clark by providing them with food and directions



The Chinook Indians fed and housed the Lewis and Clark over the winter of 1805/6. With out the Chinook's help Lewis and Clark may not have made it back to their homes.


The shoshone indians help the expedition because Sacagawea was the chief's sister,


Lewis and Clark are NOT Indians. The Indians are Squanto and Samoset. Does that help you any? ;]


Lewis and Clark did build peaceful relations towards the Indians. Lewis and Clark would give gifts and peace metals to the Indians they met. Also without the Indians help, Lewis and Clark would have never reached the Pacific. What really help to establish the peace between the Indians and the Explorers was Sacagawea and her baby, Pompey, because the Indians that they wouldn't bring a women and an infant along if it was not in peace.


First she translated Lewis and Clark when they meet up with Shoshone people, she told them some of the geography and any various animals and plants that she was familiar with. Second she helped them by crossing the river. Third Lewis and Clark believed that she could be a big help by recognizing landmarks along the way and helping to find Shoshone camp


The Indians were paid for there time and effort for doing so. There was no adversarial relationship between them.


Sacagawea, a Shoshone did help the Lewis and Clark expedition making their way out west


they helped them by giving them food and water and some where to stay then they guided him to the way they were supposed to go acrossed the plains.


Lewis and Clark met Charbonneau and quickly hired him to serve as interpreter on their expedition. Even though she was pregnant with her first child, Sacagawea was chosen to accompany them on their mission. Lewis and Clark believed that her knowledge of the Shoshone language would help them later in their journey.


they found indians,with the help of sacajawea and crossed the missorui lake


When Lewis and Clark wintered at the present site of Bismarck, North Dakota, there they met Sacagawea and her husband in 1804. Toussaint Charbonneau was interviewed to interpret Hidatsa for the Lewis and Clark expedition, but Lewis and Clark (esp. Clark) were not overly impressed with him. However, Sacagawea his wife spoke Shoshone and Hidatsa, so they hired Charbonneau on November 4, and he and Sacagawea moved into Fort Mandan a week later. Sacagawea was 16 or 17 at this time.


Sacajawea help Lewis and clark by translating


Sacaguewa helped Lewis and Clark explore dangerous lands. She traveled amny miles with a baby on her back, and Lewis and Clark would have never been so successful without her help.


to help Lewis and Clark


no, Lewis and Clark were not led by Sacajawea. sometimes she acted like a guide but she was just trying to help Lewis and Clark find the best paths. which is leading


Sacagawea is better known for her accompaniment of Lewis and Clark on their expedition to explore the vast wilderness west of St. Louis, Missouri. She was also a Lemhi Shoshone Indian and traveled thousands of miles in that quest to help Louis and Clark as an interpreter and guide.


to help out lewis and clark on there expetition



She provided help to Lewis and Clark.


Lewis and Clark explored the newly bought Louisiana Purchase, that Thomas Jefferson bought.


She gave help to Lewis and Clark and took them to her brother for help.



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