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Sacagawea

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  • 1. By: Caroline Ziabka, Julia Dorr, and Ashley Thompson
  • 2. Birth and Early Life She liked to travel east  Sacagawea probably sang across the Rocky and danced often as a Mountains child. Sacagawea was born about 1788. She was a member of the Shoshore and American Indian people.
  • 3. Adolescence/AdulthoodShe was an importantperson in American history Sacagawea was kidnapped by  Sacagawea died on Hidsta in the year 1800 and December,22,1812 age 25 lived with them about a year she got married to Carbonneau when she was 13 years old. She lived on the Missouri river. She got a baby
  • 4. Accomplishments She helped save the history of America She helped the Corps She also helped Louis and Clark In June 1805, Sacagawea got very sick

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