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My Hero; Sacagawea

Kelsey Becker 2nd Block Toporski

Kelsey Becker

on 1 May 2010

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Transcript of My Hero; Sacagawea

Double click anywhere & add an idea Sacagawea Early Life Agaidika tribe of Shoshone, Idaho Kidnaped into Hidatsa tribe in 1800
at the age of 12
At age 13 taken a wife by Toussaint Charbonneau
who also had another wife. Lewis and Clark
Expedition Sacagawea was pregnant with
her first child when Lewis and Clark
arrived Needed her to lead them to the
missouri river February 1805, her baby boy was born
Augest, they found her brother as the leader
of her old tribe Made it to the Pacific Ocean by winter
By the next summer they made their destination Later life Settled in St. Louis, Missouri
Sometime after 1810 she gave birth to a girl
Her boy enrolled to Saint Louis Academy boarding school
Death Myth of an 1812 death of an unknown sickness Died in Wyoming Controversy for Womens rights because she was
a role model 1925 Dr. Charles Eastman looked for
Sacagawea's remains "Porivo" was another name she was known as 1963 a monument to "Sacajawea of the Shoshonis"
was created in Lander, Wyoming Why a Hero?
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