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Name This American: Sacagawea
Have you ever heard of Sacagawea? Well if you haven’t, I really recommend you read this. It will contain lots of information on Sacagawea. I hope you read and enjoy this.
Sacagawea was a Shoshone who was an interpreter and a guide to Lewis and Clark. She also helped them gather food, led them the right way, and even got them horses! She was very valuable to have on the team. She has many things named after her. Without her, Lewis and Clark would have failed.
I would like to learn things from Sacagawea. Those things would be things about travel such as information on directions, using tools, and looking for the right things to eat such the different kinds of berries (determining which ones are poisonous and which ones are not). Also, I would like to learn more about the Shoshone and her relation to them. I know she is a part of the Shoshone tribe, but in the book Lewis and Clark it said that they considered her as, “a lost daughter that had come home.”
Well, that is all. I hope you enjoyed reading this blog. I also hope that you learned a lot about Sacagawea. Thank you for reading.
Article posted May 10, 2012 at 10:35 AM •
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