Sacagawea By: Riley Boley

Sacagawea grew up in the Rocky Mountains of Idaho. She is best known for acting as a guide and interpreter for Lewis and Clark. Sacagawea was a Shashone Indian.
She had a son it the winter named Jean Baptiste, she brought him on the journey when he was only 2 months old. When sacagawea came back to her homeland, she found that her brother was the chief.
One thing I will remember is the Sacagawea gave up her wapum belt ( a belt made with beads ) so that Lewis and Clark could trade for a fur coat to give to president Jefferson.
This apples to our EQ: What are some of the reasons that people moved west by Lewis and Clark bringing sacagawea on their journey so that they could explore out west for people, so they could have houses.


Created with images by BLMOregon - "Canyon View" • bsabarnowl - "3118 Sacagawea" • elcorredor - "usa rock usa west"

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