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Asked in Explorers and Expeditions, Sacagawea
When did Sacagawea give birth to her daughter Lisette?
Actually her name was Lizette and she was born some time after 1810.
Asked in Oratorical Declamation
Can you give me a declamation piece entitled politician's daughter?
The Politician's Daugther
Where did Sacagawea have her two kids?
She would give birth during the expedition to Pom-Pom Charbonneau on February 11, 1805 at Fort Mandan in North Dakota. Six years after the expedition ended in 1806, Sacagawea gave birth to a daughter, Lisette on December 22 1812 while she and her husband were living in St. Louis. After that Sacagawea died of an illness. ...
Asked in Miscarriages
Can a pregnant woman carry a dead baby?
I have a daughter who was to give birth but unfortunatly the baby died half an hour before operation. She is now in pain and is yet to deliver her dead baby. What are the changes of my daugther surving through in this situation? Will it affect my daugther in anyway that may also cost her, her life? ...
Did Sacagawea have her son with her when she helped Lewis and Clark?
Sacagawea would give birth to her first child during the expedition and therefore not before she and her husband joined. She would give birth to Jean-Baptiste Charbonneau on February 11, 1805, whom Clark later raised and educated. By having a baby, she quieted the fears of other Native Americans, for no war party traveled with a woman and a small baby. ...
When were Sacagawea's children born?
She would give birth during the expedition to Jean-Baptiste Charbonneau on February 11, 1805. Six years after the expedition ended in 1806, Sacagawea gave birth to a daughter, Lisette on December 22 1812. ...
When was sacagawea born and What is her birth date?
the exact date isn't certain but it is predicted that she was born in the year 1787 ...