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- no payment for her help, her husband was rewarded with cash and land. Six years after the journey, Sacagawea died after giving birth to her daughter Lisette.
- traded to a French-Canadian fur trader by the name of Toussaint Charbonneau, whom she later married.
- EPISODE 103: SACAGAWEA'S STORY: AN AMERICAN
- spoken to the young Shoshone woman before she gave birth. “Sacagawea”: [ Hidatsa phrase] Among my Hidatsa people, that means, “Hello, friends.
- Lewis & Clarkin North Dakota
- Sacagawea gives birth to a boy, Jean Baptiste. April 7, 1805 River is free of ice and Captains.
- A LEWIS & CLARK TIMELINE
- Sacagawea gives birth to Jean Baptiste. April 7. Keelboat sent downriver to St.
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- Sacagawea - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Reliable historical information about Sacagawea is very limited.
- Sacagawea Biography - Biography.com
- Some sources say 1788 while others say 1787 and 1786. Around the age of 12, Sacagawea was captured by Hidatsa Indians, an enemy of the Shoshones.
- Sacagawea Summary | BookRags.com
- Name: Sacajawea. Variant Name: Bird Woman, Sacagawea, Boinaiv. Birth Date: c.
- What is Sacagawea's date of birth
- When was sacagawea born and What is her birth date? the exact date isn't certain but it is predicted that she was born in the year 1787.
- At Fort Mandan Sacagawea gave birth to her first child, Jean-Baptiste Charbonneau. She was the only woman in the 33 man party.
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