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Society: Ethnicity: The Americas: Indigenous: Native Americans: Tribes, Nations and Bands: S: Shoshoni
Society: History: By Topic: Exploration: Explorers: Lewis and Clark
Idaho Public Television’s The Journey of Sacagawea
- Shoshoni and Mandan/Hidatsa tribal members describe their view of her accomplishments and historians discuss her importance to the Expedition.
National Geographic's What we know about her
- Describes what is known about Sacagawea with a link to information about her son Jean Baptiste Charbonneau.
Pomp: The True Story of Sacagawea's Son
- The famous infant's later life as an adventurer in the American West.
Sac-A-Ja-Wea: America's Greatest Heroine From the Lewis and Clark Diaries
- A free online illustrated book about Sacagawea using the Lewis and Clark diaries by M. I. McCreight.
- PBS provides information known about her life and journey on the Expedition.
- Her life and contributions are described from a Native American viewpoint through video, text, images and a detailed timeline.
- History.com has video and text on her experiences and details her contributions to the Expedition.
Sacagawea - Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail
- Her role in the Corps of Discovery and the landmarks she recognized to guide explorers.
Sacagawea and Jean Baptiste Sculpture
- Information and photos of a full size statue of Sacagawea and her son Jean Baptist on the campus of Lewis and Clark College.
Sacagawea and the Golden Coin
- U. S. Mint describes the Sacagawea Golden Dollar and the artist who designed its image.
Sacagawea Biography - Facts, Birthday, Life Story
- Using video, text and images Biography.com demonstrates her role as the only woman on the Lewis and Clark expedition.
Sacagawea Facts and Biography
- Biography and known facts with images.
Sacagawea's Role on the Expedition
- PBS provides the biography of the teen-age Shoshone interpreter and guide in New Perspectives on the West.
Sacagawea- Sacajawea- Sakakawea
- Sacagawea’s life and experience on the Lewis and Clark Trail is told in video, text and time lines. Links to Memorials and Interpretive Centers.
Sacagawea: Her Life and Death
- Her role in the Lewis and Clark Expedition is demonstrated using quotes from the Expedition Journals and her controversial death is documented.
- Sacagawea's life as told by her tribe- the Lemhi Shoshoni of Idaho.
Sacajawea (Boat Launcher) or Sacagawea (Bird Woman)
- Short biography of the Shoshoni guide and information on her death.
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