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She met Lewis and Clark by accident

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The Shoshone, which Sacagawea was originally from.


Lewis and Clark hired Sacagawea on November 4th, 1804. She and Toussaint Charbonneau were hired for them as translators.


They met Sacagawea, and she helped them by translating.


They found here bye here husband


What is now the present site of Bismarck, North Dakota



Sacagawea means a bird women


They had already meet when they were little and they also had this thing on them which lead them to know who they were and what they were to each other.


Bismarck , North Dakota they met Sacajawea and her Husband, in 1804.Lewis and Clark first met Sacagawea and her husband in land that makes up present day Bismarck, North Dakota.


No Sacagawea was not deaf


no, Sacagawea did not have a pet


Well for starters,,lets get the name spelling correct,,it is SACAGAWEA nothing more. thank you.


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 4,1804 and he and Sacagawea moved into Fort Mandan a week later. Sacagawea was 16 or 17 at this time.


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 4,1804 and he and Sacagawea moved into Fort Mandan a week later. Sacagawea was 16 or 17 at this time.


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.


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.


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 4,1804 and he and Sacagawea moved into Fort Mandan a week later. Sacagawea was 16 or 17 at this time.


Sacagawea is born in 1788 not 1787


Yes; Sacagawea is just different spelling version of Sacajawea.


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Sacagawea. She helped them navigate through the west. They also encountered various Native American Tribes.


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Sacagawea had a unknown sister named Billove(Grass Woman)but Sacagawea never knew.



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