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    people." (“Sacagawea Quotes”). Sacagawea was very loyal to her tribe, the Shoshone, even after the way they treated her. She had been kidnapped and sent to help out in the Lewis and Clark Expedition; an important journey lead by the Corps of Discovery to explore the newly-bought land called The Louisiana Purchase. Because of her free spirit, determination, and incredible help in the Lewis and Clark Expedition, Sacagawea became a notable Native American woman who changed American culture. Sacagawea was born approximately in 1788. She was born in what is now Lemhi County, Idaho. Since there was no written language in Shoshone, the spelling of her name is unknown, but Lewis always spelled it “Sacagawea,”…

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    Sacagawea Thesis

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    Sacagawea is a person commonly known for her journey with Lewis and Clark when they first explored the Louisiana Purchase. Sacagawea, a young Native American girl, was born in the mid-1780s and died about 25 years later. She, her husband Charbonneau, and their newborn baby son who would be called Jean-Baptiste headed out with the explorers, who called themselves the Corps. While on this journey she braved floods, harsh weather, Native American relations, and giving birth to/taking care of her…

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    Sacagawea once said, “[A]mazing the things you find when you bother to search for them.” Sacagawea went on a very colossal expedition with two strangers while pregnant. She allowed the group to communicate with others which prevented them from getting aggrieved. The vigorous leader had an infant, that sent the message that the troop came in peace. Sacagawea allowed Lewis and Clark to communicate with people who spoke other languages. She went on a two year journey with foreigners who she did not…

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    a book and read about the Lewis and Clark expedition, it is likely that you are going to read about a woman named Sacagawea. But who exactly was Sacagawea? Uncovering and finding new discoveries have always served as a course of attraction for the travelers of the world. For instance John Smith adventurous Englishman who longed to see the world, but he probably never imagined that he would become famous for helping save a new colony. Many explorers trailed from all walks of life, coming from…

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    Sacagawea Was Sacagawea an important member of Lewis and Clark’s discovery team? Without her, Lewis and Clark might have gotten lost and died. Lewis and Clark just led the discovery team. Some people believe she isn’t as important as she really was. I highly disagree though, she was very important to the team of discovery. First, she knew the land very well. “She began to recognize the mountains in the distance.” If she didn’t recognize them, that would have been a sure sign that they were…

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    Sacagawea is mostly known for being a member of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, which took place from 1804-1806. I wanted to learn more about this Shoshone woman, because she has been represented on the US dollar coin and possesses many monuments throughout the country. This clearly emphasizes that Sacagawea was a very prominent figure in American history. In order to educate the class and myself, the three categories that were crucial to the comprehension of her life and achievements include…

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    Sacagawea was the most influential person on the expedition. She contributed much to the expedition even though the pressure and complications she had. Sacagawea was even said to do more for the expedition than her husband. “If it weren’t for Sacagawea, I’m sure the captains would have sent Charbonneau back to the Mandan Village… .” (Smith 104) Sacagawea was a young Shoshone Indian girl who was captured from her village by the Mandan/Hidatsa indians when she was twelve years old. (The…

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    As Lewis and i continued our journey we hoped to see horses nearby. Then we saw an Indian on horseback, it was the first time we saw an Indian since Fort Mandan. The Shoshone led us to the chief who ended up being the brother of Sacagawea. Sacagawea was helping us translate as we were bargaining with the Chief. As the price goes higher everyday to trade i ended up having to give my knife, pistol and one hundred rounds of ammunition. In exchange i got horses. Most of the horses were in poor…

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    Learning about Sacagawea this week in both Chapter 8 and our other readings and videos was very interesting. Like I've said before in postings, in high school I was given a less descriptive and thorough history of her, though in this instance, it was not a contradictory version. I've read and learned before that she was the guide for Meriwether Lewis and William Clark's expedition across the western half of North America, that she helped them greatly and translated for them when they met Native…

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    Sacajawea Tribe

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    of the Shoshone tribe. She loved her life as a child. Her tribe moved around during the year to gather food. When Sacajawea was eleven years old, another tribe called the Hidatsa tribe attacked her tribe and she was kidnapped and became a slave in that tribe. The Hidatsa tribe lived near what is North Dakota today and they took her back to that area. Her life was not the same. This tribe did not move around and grew crops for food. It was Sacajawea’s job to work in the field and help with the…

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