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What were Lewis and clarks interactions with sacagewea?


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Answered 2011-09-13 17:08:08

Sacagewea helped them by pointing in the right direction. Lewis and Clark did not know which way to go so they asked the Indian, Sacagewea. She must have been a genuis!

that is crap, sacagewea and her french husband Toussaint Charbonneau accompanied Lewis and Clark on much of their journey. she helped in translation chains between the corps of discovery and the tribes they encountered. she was kidnapped as a child by rival Indians and was the sister of one of the great Indian chiefs.

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