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Sacagawea Bird Woman born a Shoshone Indian was captured by


Sacagawea. Native American explorer. Written By:

"Sacagawea, 'Bird Woman'" • "c 1787-1812. Born Shoshone, she was captured by rival Native Americans and later sold to a French trapper.


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Sacajawea (Bird Woman) was born in about 1780. A member of the Shoshone tribe she was captured by the a group of Minnetaree warriors and eventually sold to ...


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Sacagawea ~ (Bird Woman), born a Shoshone Indian, was captured by the rival Mandan in North Dakota and later sold to a French trapper.

Shoshone Native American With Infant on a Baby Board- 1884

Sacajawea Bird Woman -Detail- Artist David Joaquin ☆ Native American Beauty, American

Young Sacagawea2 (http://commons.marymount.edu)

Lewis and Clark knew that they would have to buy horses from the Shoshone in order to cross the Bitterroot Mountains and complete their expedition ...

This cache was placed on what is estimated to be Sacajawea's birthday: April 6, 1788 (actual birthdate is unknown). Sacagawea was a Shoshone Indian who ...

Sacajawea (Sak-a-ja-we'-ah), a young indian woman of the great Lemhi Shoshone was born about 1787 in the Snake River Country, what is today southern Idaho.


When Sacagawea went to her home town she saw the chief and she relized the chief was her brother then she saw her best friend! Her brother told her that the ...


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Sacagawea (Sakakawea, Sacajawea) (1787 - 20 December 1812) was a Native American woman who accompanied Meriwether Lewis and the Corps of discovery of ...

Sacajawea (ca. 1784? -1884) Expedition Guide: Born a Shoshone Indian, Sacajawea was betrothed as a baby, but was captured by Minnetarres when she was still ...


SacagaweaSacagawea and her son, Jean Baptiste Charbonneau, statue by Leonard Crunelle; at the North Dakota State Capitol grounds, Bismarck.

Fig 15: Sacajawea, an Indian Girl, D. Handsaker, 1932

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Sacagawea. Lemhi Shoshone Indian Sacagawea, meaning “Bird Woman” ...

Sacagawea - Explorer | Biography

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Bird Woman (Sacajawea) the Guide of Lewis and Clark: Her Own Story: James Willard Schultz: 9781530641376: Amazon.com: Books

Sacagawea was born c. 1788. Sacagawea was the name given by the Hidatsa tribe. Her Shoshone name was Boinaive. She was the daughter of a Shoshone.

Sacagawea and the Shoshone -- Native American Heritage Month Series & Giveaway


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Actors playing Sacagawea and Charbonneau

Toussaint Charbonneau. From Wikipedia ...

... USPS Legends of the West Sacagawea Postcard | by crayolamom

Bird Woman, Boat Launcher: The many names of Sakakawea | The Dickinson Press

The Charbonneaus' Gifts

Sacagawea Statue (Bismark, ND)

Rusty Talbot Statue of Sacagawea

Sacagawea Changed the Course of History and Deserves Respect

1805: Sacajawea interprets Lewis and Clark's intentions to the Chinook Indians

A monument in City Park Portland Oregon to Sacagawea .

Sacajawea of the Shoshone Indians

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Village where Lewis and Clark met the Native American Indian woman Sacagawea

Bird Woman (Sacajawea) the Guide of Lewis and Clark: Her Own Story Now

Sacagawea or Sakakawea was born in May 1788 into the Lehmi Shoshone Tribe who were located

A painting of Lewis and Clark Expedition titled Lewis and Clark on the Lower Columbia by Charles Marion Russell depicting Sacagawea with arms outstretched

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Sacagawea. Sacagawea Sacagawea was born in ...

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Map of the Louis and Clark Expedition to the Pacific Northwest. Shoshone Native American With Infant on ...

Sacagawea gets kidnapped


Shoshone around their tipi, probably taken around 1890

Bird Woman (Sacajawea) the Guide of Lewis and Clark: Her Own Story Now


L.M. “Bud'' Boller, Jr., of Dubois, sculpted the statue, which was installed May 24, 2003 Sacajawea statue in ...


She was a Shoshone Indian woman and in 1805 and 1806 she accompanied Lewis and

Fig 1: Sacagawea stands with Lewis and Clark


Shoshone Woman By Anne Adams

Sacagawea, also known as Sacajawea or Sakakawea, was the Native American woman who accompanied Lewis and Clark on their mission to explore the western part ...

Sacajawea: The Story of Bird Woman and the Lewis and Clark Expedition


o People believe that Sacagawea was near present day Salmon, Idaho.

Women's History Month: Sacagawea was a valued interpreter on expedition

Sacagawea and her son, Jean Baptiste Charbonneau

Sacagawea on US Dollar coin.

Sacajawea. By Joel Groeneweg. background informations. Background Informations. Name : Sacajawea; Meaning : Bird Woman; Tribe : Shoshone ...

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